Autumn is the only season where pumpkins are judged by their personality as well as their performance in the swimsuit competition. Get to know fall's finest with today's Groupon to the Fall Festival at Clark Farms in Matunuck. Choose between the following options:
- For $10, you get two admissions to the Fall Festival (a $20 value).
- For $19, you get four admissions to the Fall Festival (a $40 value).
Clark Farms’ annual Fall Festival celebrates autumn’s arrival with a huge host of family-friendly seasonal activities. Visitors can test their sense of direction and above-water breathing techniques by diving into a scavenger hunt in the deep-sea-themed corn maze, or wander through pumpkin patches in search of rare naturally occuring jack-o’-lanterns. Goats, sheep, and soft rabbits admire each other's timeless hairstyles in the farm petting zoo, and a giant 36-foot slide propels prospectors from the mountaintop gemstone mine. On weekends, a hayride chauffeurs passengers through the fields, forests, and scarecrow communities surrounding the farm before unloading passengers at a blazing bonfire where they can warm themselves inside and out by nibbling s'mores and sipping fragrant cider or hot chocolate.
As the days begin to wane and the trees' green leaves start to turn, Clark Farms celebrates the arrival of autumn by hosting its annual fall festival. The friendly farmhands welcome in guests of all ages for themed activities, which allow them to savor the season while experiencing a small taste of New England countryside life. Visitors can navigate the corn maze's labyrinth of towering stalks and direction-savvy scarecrows, or satisfy a need for speed with a zip down a 30-foot slide or lap around a professionally designed go-kart track. Clark Farms also encourages adults and kids to learn about farm life by taking a hayride around the grounds, touring the pumpkin patch, or visiting the petting zoo's resident quadrupeds and bipeds. When the sun sets and the weather turns crisp, the staff keeps crowds cozy by selling warm treats—including fresh donuts and apple cider—and by building roaring bonfires.
2984 Commodore Perry Hwy.
Matunuck, Rhode Island 02879