started as a simple walk to the field to gather pumpkins. Boy has
it grown! We now have an outdoor play area full of fun activities,
great Hayrides and lots of food.
is open to the public from September 28 through October 31. Both
children and adults enjoy their time playing and exploring the slides,
straw piles, swings, tubes and foam pits. Pumpkinville is a great
way to spend a fall day - a true fun family adventure.
During the weekdays we provide tours for many of
our surrounding schools. Pre-school thru first and second grade
have such great fun playing and going on hayrides. They receive
information on the different pumpkins and squash. The age of the
children determines how much information is shared with them during
the educational lecture. The children play in Pumpkinville, and
often have their mid day snack in our picnic area.
Children love playing. They slide on various slides,
roll in the giant tube, jump in the foam pits, or climb a straw
mountain. The highlight of their adventure is going on the hayride.
The hayrides travel around the farm, passing many fun scenes placed
throughout the fields. Of course, no hayride would be complete without
a stop at the pumpkin patch. Each child has the opportunity to find
his or her own special pumpkin to take back to school.
In addition to all the slides and tubes, we often
have face painting, balloons, and dress-up. There is a food booth
where Linda entertains and provides drinks, hotdogs, chips, french
fries or homemade soup. You won’t want to miss our entertaining
hayride with either Josh or Brian. Pumpkinville has become a favorite
spot for fall birthdays. They are incredible. A few Saturdays during
the pumpkinville season we offer Chicken BBQ’s. Brian and
Steve are the cooks that day! It is some of the best bar-b-que chicken
you ever had. The scarecrow workshops are lots of fun too. We supply
everything and together we build a scarecrow for you to take home.
Don’t know what to do with the jack-o-lantern
after Halloween? Bring them to our Pumpkin Smash on the last day
of Pumpkinville, November 5th. From a 65’ high lift, we drop
the pumpkins on a steel plate. Splat! No more jack-o-lanterns. Great
Come visit us and enjoy yourself as much as we do.