We had a pumpkin carving party at their urban pumpkin patch and everyone had a great time. You will find plenty of things to do even if you are 3 years old, teenage, 20-something, 30-something, and older! The owner was so accommodating to us and let the kids pet a rooster and a baby goat. Will definitely visit again for a fun family outing. Group Tours and School Tours available by appointment Monday to Friday. All farm fun-no ghouls, ghosts or goblins. Open: October 1st through Halloween, October 31 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, 7 Days a Week. There are lots of great rides for the little ones, and it is on a spacious and beautiful site.
The staff is super friendly in letting the kids pet all the animal up close. North on Watson to Entrance. It is available in the market during the week. So register your group today!. About the Kuipers Family Where it all began In 1998 Wade and Kim Kuipers opened their 71 acre pumpkin patch to the public in the hopes that families would enjoy the simple pleasures of a fall day spent on a beautiful Midwest farm, as they found they enjoyed it with their three children. Directions: Located 10 minutes northeast of Gurnee Mills and Six Flags.
November we begin taking orders for our Thanksgiving pies. Other areas of fun activities in Pumpkinland are: The Straw Tunnel, The Tile Tunnel, Lil' Tractor ride and Treasure Hunt. They also have a cool 5-acre corn maze, and a whole farm of attractions across the street, includng pumpkin patch and pony rides and petting zoo, which we skipped this time due to the rain getting heavier. We went there and had a blast years back. If you're still having trouble, check out. Open: For the month of October we will be open to the public on both Saturdays and Sundays from 10:00am until 5:00pm; Including Columbus Day this year! While the little fall happening has changed quite a bit, Wade and Kim have tried to remain true to their original vision of offering a farm experience to their customers that is as close to what you might really find on a Midwest farm as you can get without having to get dirty.
Open: Mid - April through October 31st Open Daily from 9am to 6pm. If your pumpkin is destined for a pie, choose a small one grown especially for eating. . Fee: Free; Age Range: 6-12 years. Everyday of the week, there are two corn mazes, a spooky house geared for young children, a haystack to climb on, and pumpkin characters. Hop aboard a train ride or try to find your way through our amazing corn maze! Don't forget to bring a flashlight when you come on Saturday nights! My Mother can't wait until next year also! Directions: Abbey Farms is located on the Marmion Abbey Campus at: 850 Butterfield Road, Aurora Illinois, 60502 For specific directions from your location visit our website for a google map! Evil lurks around each corner as demented spirits, seedy characters, and disturbed demons are trapped for eternity General Information Please understand that our Come Celebrate our 22-Year Fear-Union! You are welcome to go back to your car for a snack and then re-enter the farm same day at no charge.
We just to Kroll's this past weekend and we'll be definitely be coming here for our pumpkins. We couldn't get enough of the wide variety of chickens and their friendly goats, and probably spent an hour and a half feeding them. Also, we tried few treats such as Apple Cider doughnuts which they kept bringing out fresh. The apples were delicious, and again, this was a fun outing for my kids. What started out as a simple farm stand has grown to include pick your own apples, raspberries and pumpkins, a bakery, the Apple Barn Country Store and family activities.
Open: Monday to Sunday - dawn to dusk; May through December. If you do not like a big farm with lots going on, I would choose a smaller place that just has apples, and perhaps it will be cheaper. Their farm boasts over 50 different animals, a wagon ride, a pumpkin eating dinosaur that you have to see to believe, pig races, and more. Directions: From I94, ake Route 132 West Grand Avenue approximately 7 miles to Route 83. Directions: we are just south of 131th street on Bell Road. Crazy Maze-y: Enjoy navigating your way through our crazy maze-y! In addition to pumpkin picking, we also have apple picking, a corn maze, petting zoo, jumping pillow, mini zip line, and 30 more activities.
We loved the Giant outdoor Jumping Pillow, Corn Bin Bury yourself, and Simple Hay Bales. The world's best is here, and the is here! Visit our website for wholesale pumpkins. Riding Lessons are offered all year in a heated facility. They are also a pumpkin patch in the month of October. There is a simple corn maze and corn path. Groups are encouraged to come to the Historic Butterprint Farm this Fall for pumpkin picking. On the weekend join us for food, hot apple cider, horse drawn hay rides, steam train rides and face painting tickets required.
Raspberries: August 1 to October 15 or first heavy frost Blackberries: September 15 to October 31 or first heavy frost Apples: August 15 to November 15 Pumpkins: September 15 to November 15 or first heavy frost. Open: 7 days a week. Refresh this Yelp page and try your search again. Sunday 10 am to 6 pm; September 19 through Halloween; then November - December dail from 10am - 5pm. There are so adorable and so many different ones.
We have made many positive additions to the pumpkin festival to make your day as enjoyable as possible. You can also purchase gourds, taffy apples, refreshments, and hay bales. Located in Zion Come Celebrate our 22-Year Fear-Union! Open: It is a self help stand and we have brown eggs year round. They have pumpkins, a corn maze, animals to feed, and a hayride. According to the website and a person on the phone they were open until 6:00.