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Reviewed November 3, 2013
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What You'll Get
Choose from Three Options
- $11 for festival admission for two and one pumpkin to take home (up to a $23.50 value)
- $18 for festival admission for four and one pumpkin to take home (up to a $39.50 value)
- $29 for festival admission for six and two pumpkins to take home (up to a $63 value)<p>
The family fall festival takes place on weekends from September 28 through November 3. The Fall Festival includes:
- Corn mazes
- Pony rides
- Haunted hayrides through the woods
- Potato cannons
- Zorb human hamster ball
- The original big wheel for adults
- Pick pumpkins from the patch to take home
- The Jeff Band for Kids
- 80’s cover band Shades of Plaid
- DJ Jumpin’ G
- Special guest Brooke Pernice Band from Tennessee
- Little John’s Root Beer
- Iron Hog Barbecue
- Two Men And A Grill
- Pop N’ Sweet Kettle Corn
- Pow Wow Indian Story Telling<p>
Pony rides, haunted hayrides, potato cannon, and food are not included in admission but are available for an extra fee.<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 4, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Pumpkin must be 10 pounds or under, extra charge for bigger pumpkin. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Hickory Creek Ranch
Founded in 1994, Hickory Creek Ranch immerses riders and horses in an idyllic natural landscape, further solidifying the bond between man and animal on the trails and pastures. During trail rides, visitors set off across more than 40 acres of grassy pasture in the early morning or early evening—the time when the sun streaks brilliant colors across the sky, fauna roam the woods, and horses won't miss their favorite mounted-police show, CLOPS. After setting out, steeds meander through regions of dense forest home to wild flowers and trees as well as blue heron, red-tailed hawks, and wild turkey. Along the route, white-tailed deer may even bound across the fields as frogs croak improvised jazz melodies at the pond.
Back at the ranch, students of all experience levels learn horsemanship or improve their skills with private and group lessons or summer camps. Collectively, the trainers and instructors at Hickory Creek have amassed more than 30 years of teaching, showing, and breeding experience—a pedigree that has spawned numerous regional and national champions from past protégés.