Things to Do
We have several things to do at the pumpkin patch. You can come and stay all day or just a partial day. We have a pricing guide to suit everyone's needs. During the day we have life-size games, petting zoo, corn maze, etc.
We have several animals that love for you to pet and feed. Every season we try to add a new animal. Please stop by and see what we have added to our pumpkin patch for 2020. We will be debuting our most unique mini baby. Peppa had a baby who was born by cesarean. He is adorable and full of spunk. Also, you won't want to miss seeing Trey, our 3-legged lamb. He has quite a story behind him. But he is thriving.
We have life sized games which were hand made. We have Checkers, Tic Tac Toe, Connect Four, and Corn Hole.
We also have several other interactive games such as pumpkin bowling, horse shoes, knock a bucket, and ring toss.
Not to leave out the cow milking, stick horse races, tricycle races, horse shoes, swing set, large spider swing, slides, and sand play area.
This year is our fifth year for a maze. Last year was a challenge due to the drought. So this year, we bit the bullet and purchased a water pivot to have a corn maze. It was a success.
Our maze this year is a challenge. Be sure to bring a good pair of walking shoes. Farmer Chad and I also got lost a time or two. Our scarers were giving the maze a try and even got lost. The challenge is their let's see how long it takes you to maneuver out of the maze.
Once dark approaches, our corn maze turns haunted only Saturday nights. With a private reservation will only haunt Friday nights. We have some of the best spooks in our neck of the woods. We might have scared some people who might have ran to their vehicles, cried, and screamed for their lives. We won't share names, but we may share their stories.
If we scare you too much, you have the right to tell one of our spooks, and we will get you out of the maze, no questions asked. We are a family-owned business and want you to have the best experience possible.