Fall is in the air and that can mean only one thing…Pumpkin Pandemonium at Heritage Farms Peninsula!
Pack up the family and join us for some Fall fun as we celebrate this beautiful season in the Valley. Pumpkin Pandemonium runs from Saturday September 24 to Sunday October 30, 2016.
It’s Pumpkin Pandemonium time at Heritage Farms. Pumpkins, gourds, straw bales, corn stalks and other harvest decorating needs are available from Saturday, September 24th thru Sunday October 30th.
Fall weekends are full of family fun. Heritage Farms offers 15+ family activities including the Harvest Maze, Scavenger Hunt, Pumpkin Rolling Corn Box, Straw Tunnel, Crazy Carton Maze and much more. Enjoy the beautiful Fall colors as you take a hayride through the Christmas Tree fields around the farm. Admission fee for everyone ages 3-99 years of age entering the activity areas or taking a hayride. Don’t be surprised by a visit from a Fairy or two during the weekends of Pumpkin Pandemonium.
Be sure to visit the Harvest Barn full of Fall crafts, repurposed and vintage items as well as furniture, antiques, tools and items waiting to be repurposed. The Harvest Barn is open from 10:00 am to 5:00pm on Pumpkin Pandemonium weekends.
Our concession stand will also be open weekends in October and is run by our local Diamond Dogs softball players. Sit and listen to local musicians as you enjoy hamburger, hotdogs, walking tacos and other Fall tasty treats.
Heritage Farms is a great place for family and church groups, preschool and scout field trips and weekend evening private parties. Please, call Carol at the Farms 330-657-2330 for information, group discounts and to book your group. Group discounts are available by reservation only.
Pumpkin Pandemonium Hours beginning Saturday September 24, 2016
Saturdays and Sundays: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm for Pumpkin Pandemonium activities, hayrides, Harvest Barn shop and pumpkin sales.
Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays: 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm for Pumpkin sales. The Harvest Maze and Scavenger Hunt will also be open for an admission fee.
For more information or to book your group, please call 330-657-2330. Visit our web site at www.heritagefarms.com and Like us on Facebook at Heritage Farms Peninsula.
Come enjoy Fall Family Fun at Heritage Farms.
Please leave your pets at home. We love animals here at Heritage Farms but for the safety of our customers and staff – please do not bring your pets.
Free parking and entrance into our pumpkin yard!
Open Hours and Information
Wednesday and Thursday- 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Pumpkin Sales Only – Friday- 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Pumpkin sales, Harvest Maze and Scavenger Hunt
Admission on Fridays for these two features only is $4.00
Saturday and Sunday- 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Product sales and Pumpkin Pandemonium Activities
Admission: Activities: $7.00 per person.
All adults and children 3 years to 100 years old
Does not include hayride
Hayride: $ 3.00 per person
Family 4 Pack $38.00
Includes 4 activity wristbands and 4 hayrides
Family 10 Pack $96.00
Includes 10 activity wristbands and 10 hayrides
Group Information, Packages and Reservations
Group rates available. For group info call 330-657-2330
Pre-registered Group of 15 people or more $1.00 off per person
Group must pay for the group packet and distribute the wristbands and tokens to the group. Reservation required.
Preschool Weekday Morning Groups:
$6.00 per person for adults and children. Includes activities and hayride. Reservation required
WEEKEND PRIVATE EVENING GROUPS of 75 people or more. Call Farm for available dates and pricing
Pumpkin Pandemonium activities include:
Harvest Maze, Scavenger Hunt, Coloring Wall, Straw Tunnel, Corn Box, The Bird Nest, Coloring Teepees, Pumpkin Rolling, Leaf Pile (mid Oct.), Photo Cut Outs and more.
Concession Stand is open weekends from 10:00 am – 5:00 pm Please, no outside food allowed.
Have your Fall Gathering at the Farm! Celebrate Fall with us on the Farm… we’ll be waiting for you!
Questions? call Carol Haramis 330-524-9566 or email to [email protected]
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