The harvest season conjures countless memories—the crunch of fallen leaves, the smell of pumpkin pie, and the melodious sound of a scarecrow belting out the blues. Summon seasonal feelings with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $19.99 for four tickets to Pumpkin Daze (up to a $40 value)
- $29.99 for six tickets to Pumpkin Daze (up to a $60 value)
"This festival has something for everyone," according to Examiner.com, which lauded Pumpkin Daze’s tractor wagon rides and inflatable play areas. Each ticket grants unlimited all-day access to these and more than a dozen other attractions. Upon entry, families can load their kids into a Red Rider wagon and explore the 300-acre property, which contains two corn mazes, a tractor wagon course, a pumpkin patch, grounds for playing games, a craft barn, and numerous other activities added for the 2013 festival. Visitors are welcome to bring leashed pets to a handful of areas, and can leave and return freely throughout the course of one day. The festival runs from Saturday, September 21, through Sunday, October 27.
The value of this deal is based on regular ticket prices and doesn't reflect student, senior, or military discounts. Children 3 or younger are admitted free.
Abbey Farms of Marmion Abbey
For more than 50 years, the monks of Marmion Abbey have tended 300 acres of farmland. They started with Christmas trees, and now maintain 120 acres of pines, spruces, and firs that smell exactly like car freshener. On the remaining acres, they tend pumpkin vines and corn mazes, interspersing these areas with scenic picnic groves.
Throughout the year, the monks open their land to the public. In the autumn, they host Pumpkin Daze, a harvest festival with tractor wagon rides and a petting zoo. Around mid-November, they grant access to their tree farm, supplying visitors with rental saws for you-cut trees and bellowing "Timber!" just like Paul Bunyan did when he fell into bed at night. The monks stock their farm store with handcrafted goods that complement the season, whether caramel apples in the fall or quilts in the winter.