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 Springside Farm. Choose between the following options:
For $8, you get a fall-activity package for two (a $16 total value) that includes:
- Two corn-maze admissions (an $8 value)
- 32 pounds of standard pumpkins (an $8 value)
For $16, you get a fall-activity package for four (a $32 total value) that includes:
- Four corn-maze admissions (a $16 value)
- 64 pounds of standard pumpkins (a $16 value)
Springside Farm invites guests to indulge in the nostalgia of autumn activities with multiple outdoor mazes and a pumpkin-picking field brimming with future jack-o’-lanterns. Towering corn stalks arrange their husks into puzzling patterns, inviting intrepid explorers to weave their way through an autumnal labyrinth while competing for prizes in a scavenger hunt. Victorious corn voyagers can retaliate against their tasseled tormentors with the corn cannon, which launches cobs up to 350 feet, or by sailing to Portugal on a giant ear. Admission also grants access to pedal cars and several mazes-in-progress, including an endless willow maze, with a fluid interior lacking dead ends and adding another level of labyrinthine challenge, and two hedge mazes constructed of Christmas trees. In the farm’s vine-strewn pumpkin patch, heaps of orange globes gather en masse to vie for porch space, oven space, and frightening faces. Standard orange pumpkins are $.25 per pound, and Groupon holders can upgrade to novelty varietals for an additional $2 per 16 pounds.
After deliberating the drawbacks of bird-repelling arias with the resident scarecrow, take a free wagon ride or head over to the farm store for pumpkin-carving tools, ornamental accents, or socks and raw material for hats and scarves, as well as finished goods, woven from Springside Farm’s own alpaca wool (not included in today's Groupon).
For years, the Drexler family has cultivated the land of Springside Farm. And with each passing year, the farm sees its fair share of flora and fauna. In early spring, the lambs are born. Come April and May, trees are planted and sheep and alpaca coats are sheared off in the spring. Next comes summer's lush, green grasses and overgrown boughs, followed by autumn's store of pumpkins and a massive corn maze that zigzags across the property. Once winter rears its snow-covered head, two Christmas-tree farms get visitors in the holiday spirit before the whole cycle begins again.
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