Farm Activities

You’ll find Family Fun for everyone on our farm!Boys

  • Pumpkin Picking from real Pumpkin Patches – Take a scenic tractor-driven wagon ride, or walk to one of our patches to explore and u-pick all colors of pumpkins from the vine.
  • Two acre Corn Maze 
  • One acre Soybean Maze
  • Big Bale Fort with Slides – Crawl and walk on top of big bales
  • Pumpkin Sling for firing off pumpkins and gourds (extra cost)
  • 2 Corn Pits – great fun for the little ones
  • Pumpkin Derby – Race pumpkins on our handmade carts!
  • Corn Shelling Station for tons of fun
  • I Spy on the Wagon Ride – What can you spy on the farm?
  • Pumpkin Bowling, Corn Toss, Milk Can Toss, Jenga & Connect 4
  • Milk Sophia the “Cow” – Practice milking our simulated cow
  • Farm Mini Golf made from repurposed farm materials (remade NEW this year)
  • Straw Tunnel – Go under and through the bales
  • Tire Trail & Railroad Balance – Race someone through the course
  • NEW Bouncy Bull & Bouncy Horse Ride in the corral for ages 4-9
  • Feed the Goats, See the Pigs and Chickens, and watch Cows & calves grazing in the pasture.
  • Pumpkin Decorating Station Get creative without carving your pumpkin so it will last all fall
  • Natural Artwork Area – Get creative with natural materials
  • Pumpkin Tic-Tac-Toe  – just for fun
  • Straw Bale Broncos – Sit on real western saddles and pretend to ride
  • Sack Races – Jump in a sack.
  • Fall Photo Spots
  • Picnic Tables under the trees or bring your own chairs
  • Geocache Sites on the farm
  • Meet A Farmer and Learn About Farming today on our Century Farm.
  • On-Farm Stand with Pumpkin Stacks, Decorated Pumpkins, and Specialty/Heirloom in all colors, shapes and sizes
  • Get Grass Fed Beef Sticks & Jerky from our cattle, Honey, Homemade Jams & Jellies, Old Fashioned Root Beer, Pumpkin Bread, Snacks & Candy, and more. . .
  • Gourds, Indian Corn, Corn Stalks, Full and Mini Straw Bales

We invite you to come visit us, meet family and friends, and enjoy making memories while experiencing the fall harvest season on the farm!


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