$25 for Family Admission to the Coconut Grove Pumpkin Patch Festival on October 5 or 6 ($50 Value)

Northeast Coconut Grove

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In a Nutshell

Pumpkins bloom in Miami during a fall celebration with a straw-strewn hay maze, kids' rides and shows, and pumpkins available for sale

The Fine Print

Expires Oct 6th, 2013. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Subject to weather conditions. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Kids love everything about pumpkin patches—looking for the pumpkins, walking around the pumpkins, smelling the pumpkins, lifting up the pumpkins, and then putting the pumpkins back down in the same place. Go for the gourd with this Groupon.

The Deal

$25 for family admission (a $50 total value)

  • Admission for two adults (a $20 value)
  • Admission for two kids aged 12 and under (a $30 value)

The festival will be held Saturday, October 5, and Sunday, October 6, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Peacock Park. Admission includes unlimited carnival rides, kids' hay-bale and corn-stalk mazes, a dress-your-own scarecrow, and a hayride. Kids under 2 years old are free.

Coconut Grove Pumpkin Patch Festival

It used to be that while the northern regions of the country enjoyed hayrides through patches of plump, orange gourds, south Floridians had to be content with only their gorgeous, tropical weather, but that all changed in 2012. At the 2nd annual Coconut Grove Pumpkin Patch Festival, 5,000 pumpkins will assemble just off the coast of Biscayne Bay for Peacock Park’s first pumpkin patch. But the pumpkins are just the centerpiece of a weekend-long celebration filled with classic autumn traditions. “We deserve to have that magical fall feeling too,” says organizer Vanessa Goodis, working to bring autumnal splendor to the Miami waterfront.

Along with pumpkins harvested for their slow-flickering internal flames, the fest also entertains guests with a diverse set of attractions. Kids navigate straw-strewn tunnels in the giant hay maze and tread eerie, eary paths in the corn stalk labyrinth. The dress-your-own scarecrow village stocks the latest field-hand fashion wear, and the orange orbs that star in the festival can be decorated with paint, glitter, glue, and googly eyes for an additional fee. The Coconut Grove Pumpkin Patch Festival lets Florida children enjoy everything fall has to offer.

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