Like holiday-gift wrappers, scarecrows are hired on a seasonal basis and spend the rest of the year trying to avoid being devoured by horses. Promote seasonal employment with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $11 for 20 tickets for one person (a $20 value)
- $20 for 40 tickets for two people (a $40 value)
- $35 for 80 tickets for four people (an $80 value)
Visitors receive 20 tickets each for the pumpkin patch's fall-themed activities, which include pony rides, a barrel train, and a ferris wheel for children 3–12. Hayrides, bounce houses, and the hay pyramid are free. Most events take three tickets, though the Punkin Chunkin grants one shot for two tickets. Pumpkins, food, and beverages are available for an additional fee.
Pumpkin Village Pumpkin Patch
Pumpkin Village Pumpkin Patch opens its fields each October, welcoming visitors for manifold fall activities. Admission and hayrides are always free, and activity tickets grant families access to additional amusements, with all profits going to charity. After roaming the pumpkin patch or riding one of the farm's friendly ponies, guests can stop and launch a pumpkin at the Punkin Chunkin station for a chance at a prize, depending on where the gourd lands on the target or on the farm's ferris wheel. A petting zoo allows kids to get up close and personal with new furry friends, and a picnic area invites human companions to rest and refuel with fall-themed refreshments.
38% of 691 customers recommend
“Cute place to take the little ones.”
“Lots of fun for the kids but there are a few other pumpkin patches with better photo opportunities.”
“The kids loved it. There is one right next to it where I went last year. It looks bigger but it really isn't, doesn't have half the stuff this one has. This one gives...”
“The kids loved it. There is one right next to it where I went last year. It looks bigger but it really isn't, doesn't have half the stuff this one has. This one gives all profit to charity which the other one does not--great motivater for me. How wonderful of them to do that!”