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Monday, September 21, 2020

Blooms and Berries Fall on The Farm Review


Me and my family took a trip to the Blooms and Berries Fall on The Farm this past weekend. It was opening weekend and we definitely enjoyed it. The farm is pretty easy to find and there is lots of parking. Inside the farm there is lots to do. There are activities for kids and adults of all ages.

The first thing we did was take a hayride. The hayride goes thru the woods where there are lots of cute wooden animals they have made. The hayride then takes you to the pumpkin patch where you can find some nice pumpkins. The pumpkins there are huge!! We picked out 2 pumpkins that weighed 20 lb each!!! The hayride then takes you past some of their berry fields and back to the starting location.

The next thing we did was go through the corn maze. There is a kids option and a bigger option. You get a map when you come in and if you follow it you should have no problems, if not you may get a little lost lol. My parents took the kids option, while my boyfriend and I went through the big maze. It didn't take us too long to get through. 

We grabbed a drink as there are drinks as well as some food options like popcorn, hot dogs and baked goods. We then checked out a few of the games they had like where you put rubber ducks in a chute and race them with the water. They also had corn hole, some other kids games like trying to lasso a horse and an egg game.

They also have farm animals like pigs, goats, chickens, ducks and donkeys. You can feed cheerios to the goats.

There were also a few things made just for kids that we didn't check out like a bounce pad, a climbing area, a cow train ride and a slide. There are port-a-potties available as well as an area to change and feed babies. They also have an area where you can purchase a variety of items such as pumpkins of all sizes, decor, food and more!! This is definitely an attraction to check out and if you have kids I would definitely go. They are open 7 days a week and Fall on the Farm is going on through November 1. 

If you are worried about ther current situation they do temperature checks on the way in, masks are worn, and there is hand sanitizer stations everywhere. 

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