Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch Packages for Two or Three at Corona Pumpkin Farm (Half Off)

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In a Nutshell

Fall activities such as pumpkin painting fill the time between adventures in the corn maze and trips to the pumpkin patch

The Fine Print

Expires Oct 31st, 2013. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per household. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid until 9/27/13. Valid only for option purchased. Subject to weather conditions. $24 package valid Friday-Sunday only. $9 package valid Monday-Thursday only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose Between Two Options

$9 for a farm visit for two Monday–Thursday (an $18 total value)

  • Two corn-maze admissions (a $10 value)
  • $8 to spend on pumpkins, which are priced according to size and start at $1

$24 for a farm visit for three Friday–Sunday (a $48 total value)

  • Three corn-maze admissions (a $15 value)
  • Three autumn-activity credits (a $15 value)
  • $9 to spend on pumpkins
  • Three large popcorns (a $9 value)

Though the farm and corn maze are open all week from September 27 to October 31, activities such as the inflatable slide and pumpkin painting are only available on weekends.

Corona Pumpkin Farm

The owners of Corona Pumpkin Farm weren’t setting out to build a business in the fall of 2009. They just wanted to cultivate fresh, healthy produce for their family. So they began sowing seeds in box gardens, nourishing the soil with compost from chickens that also bore fresh eggs, and the occasional golden one. Eventually, the chickens’ bounty outgrew the boxed gardens, and the humble family endeavor flourished into Corona Pumpkin Farm, which sits atop more than an acre of land. Now the farmers nurture more than 50 types of pumpkins for eating and carving, as well as a cornucopia of fruits and veggies that includes three types of corn and pick-your-own boysenberries. Along with the produce, they raise chickens and turkeys for meat, gather eggs from the coop, and sometimes barter with neighbors for beef and pork.

To show their respect for Mother Nature and their own health, they never use hormones, additives, or chemicals on their garden grub. But visitors don’t flock to the farm just for the fresh, healthy fare; they come to pick their own pumpkins, meander through the 10-foot-high stalks that fill a half-acre corn maze, and enjoy other seasonal activities, such as cuddling baby chicks, scouring the fields for scavenger hunt clues, zooming down an inflatable slide, painting pumpkins, and crafting personalized trick-or-treat bag.

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