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From Our Editors
Visitors need a wagon to haul the oversized cargo that grows in Dehn’s Pumpkins’ patch: though the smallest pumpkins start at 1 pound, some tip the scales at 80. After guests pluck their ideal pumpkin straight from the vine, they can snag carving tips or even knives from a local artist who demonstrates jack-o'-lantern skills. In addition to the bright orange squash, the farm also offers decorative indian corn, cornstalk bundles, hay bales, and squash and pumpkins harvested specifically for baking. Cornstalks sway in a 5-acre maze—this year etched with the shape of a tractor—and shelled corn fills a huge pit where kids dig and play with beach toys or the wheelbarrow they always carry with them. Guests also can enjoy hayrides; greet the goats, cows, calves, and dogs that live on the farm; and jump in the Pumpkin Jumper bounce house.