Fall in Ohio is truly amazing; the leaves are changing, weather is (usually) mild, football season, and there are SO many fun, fall activities. Columbus is home to lots of great farms with fall activities, pumpkin patches, and festivals. From simple pumpkin patches to corn mazes and all-day fun with kids, check out these amazing farms around Columbus, organized by location.
There are many farm activities that can still be done safely, and some that may be changed or not available this year. Farm visits and activities might require reservations, so make sure you check before you go. Please call the individual farms or click on the links for more information or questions. Happy Fall!
If you’re looking for more Halloween and Fall fun, check out this list of over 120 events for Fall and Halloween fun around Columbus! (This list is being updated regularly throughout the fall as information is released)
Columbus Pumpkin Patches, Fall Farm Activities, and Corn Mazes
North of Columbus Pumpkin Patches and Farms
1175 Lexington-Ontario Road, Mansfield, Ohio 44903 (419) 884-1500 and 16780 Fredericktown-Amity Road, Fredericktown, Ohio 43210, 740-694-76888. Pick-your- own apples (available now) and pumpkins (tba October). Visit our goat, sheep, and chickens; watch the honeybees in the observation beehive. Selling apple cider and hot apple donuts. In 2019, hayrides were offered through the orchards on weekends from mid-September through October, but this isn’t verified for 2020. See FB page for updates as they are made.
Apple Hill Kids’ Weekend: cancelled for 2020. 12pm to 6pm at Apple Hill Orchards Mansfield. Petting zoo, scavenger-hunt hayrides, pick-your-own apples and pumpkins, cider-pressing, pony rides, big tractor (for little ones), balloon man, and more! Parking $5.00/vehicle.
6142 Lewis Center Road Galena, Ohio 43021 740-548-7866 – Farm market open daily from noon – 7 pm. Fall treats and decorations include pumpkins, fall squash, gourds, decorations, jelly, jams, apple butter, candy, apples, cider and fall gifts.
Fall festival days: Saturdays and Sundays from September 19 – October 25, 2020. Hours are Sat. from 10 am – 5 pm and Sun. from 11 am – 5 pm. Hayrides, Kettle Corn Over Wood Fire, Concessions, make-your-own Scarecrow, Petting Animals, Apple Butter Making Demonstrations (Selected Days). Some activities have fees (call for details).
Dates: September 19-20 – September 26-27 – October 3-4 – October 10-11 – October 17-18 – October 24-25
7437 Hyland Croy Rd., Plain City, OH. 43064 614-873-5725. See different address below for u-pick pumpkin field address. The market features home-grown pumpkins and gourds. Fresh local apples and cider, Fall decor (straw bales, corn stalks, Indian corn), Pumpkin donuts and caramel apples on Saturdays and select Sundays when open. Limit of 1 dozen donuts per family due to popularity. No kids activities for 2020. Masks are required.
Market Hours: Monday through Friday 10am-6pm; Saturday 10 am – 5 pm; Sunday from 1 pm – 5 pm (select Sundays only; verify via Facebook page). Last day of the season is typically October 31.
If you wish to just visit the pumpkin field for pick your own pumpkins, the address is 11430 Industrial Parkway, Marysville, Ohio.
Jacquemin Farms U-pick Pumpkin patch hours are Saturday 10 am – 5 pm and Sunday from 1 pm – 5 pm.. Cash is preferred as credit card processing is slow at this location. Jack-O-Lantern pumpkins: 50 cents per lb, Specialty Pumpkins: 60 cents per lb. Snacks may be available at the field until sold out. No kids activities for 2020. Masks are required.
581 S. Galena Rd, Sunbury (740-815-9371): Weekends (Sat-Sun) 10-6 and Weekdays (Wed/Thur/Fri) 11-4. Guests will be required to wear face coverings while in any enclosed building, wagon rides and/or when 6ft. physical distancing can not be maintained. Last entrance into the Fall Fun Activities is 5:00 PM. It takes a minimum of 1 hour to do the activities. Last hayride to the pumpkin patch is 5:30 PM.
Entrance fee $7 (ages 2+), $4 (ages 55+). Pumpkin picking, child-sized hay-bale maze, corn cannon, hayrides, farm animals, play barn, pumpkin slide; admission $7, 2 and under free. Pony rides $4 (select Oct weekends), and food available for purchase. See Facebook page for updates.
Fall Festival Dates: September 19-October 31, 2020, Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am – 6 pm. Hayrides & Fall Activities weekends only.
2634 Smeltzer Road, Marion, OH 43302. Phone: 740-389-3019. 15 varieties of Apples, peaches, pumpkins, Christmas trees. Integrated pest management system for lower chemical use. Not everything will be available for u-pick, depending on crop availability. Open from 9 am -6 pm, Monday – Saturday. See Facebook page for updates.
Harvest Saturdays at Lawrence Orchards
September 5, 12, and 19: 11 am – 2 pm Food trucks, pick-your-own apples, Story Stroll
September 26 and October 3: Apple Days from 10am – 5pm. Event has been adapted from Apple Fest for safety in 2020. Enjoy an old-fashioned day at the orchard. Food trucks, kettle corn, apple pie slices, caramel apples, paint your pumpkins, story stroll, apple picking, pumpkin guess, and orchard scavenger hunt. Admission is free due to reduced activities.
October 10, 17, 24: 11 am – 2 pm Food trucks, pick-your-own apples, Story Stroll
October 31: 10 am – 6 pm. Schmidt’s Sausage Truck, Applebutter stir, horseradish grind, pick-your-own apples, Story Stroll
8738 Marysville Road, Ostrander, OH 43061. (740.666.2020) Pumpkins for sale in the shop or farmstand. Fall festival, Iron Horse Corral, pedal carts, straw barn forts and slides, tractor tire tower, tube time, pig races, tractor-pulled hay rides, pumpkin jumping pillow, combine, racer, and mountain slides, mini zip lines, farm animals. No corn boxes for 2020. Concessions and porta-potties are available.
Pre-purchased tickets will be required for ALL guests for farm activities! Masks are required in outdoor and indoor spaces per government mandates. Tickets are available for timed entry at 10am, 11am, 12pm, 1pm, and 2pm. Guests can enter the farm any time after their timeslot begins and are welcome to stay until the farm closes. All ticket sales are final. Tickets are non-refundable due to weather or attraction availability.
Fall Festival Dates: Saturdays and Sundays, Sept. 19 through Oct. 31: 10am – 5pm. Admission includes activities: $12 (ages 3-54); Kids 2 and under: Free (under 3 not permitted on pumpkin jump; Adults 55 and over (does not include hayride & Big Zip) All farm activities are included with admission, including one hayride. Combo ticket: General Admission and 1 Big Zip, $15 for Kids & Adults. Additional zips and hayride $5.
Leeds Witches Night Out: Cancelled for 2020. Donations are accepted for Pink Ribbon Girls. Pink Ribbon Girls provides FREE direct services of healthy meals, housecleaning, rides to treatment, and peer support to breast and gynecological cancer patients and families to ensure that No One Travels This Road Alone…™
2920 Rt. 203, Radnor. (740-595-3207) 8-acre corn maze, mini golf, mini zip line, peddle go cart, animal track maze, human hamster ball, pumpkin picking, hayrides, inflatable farmhouse, petting zoo; barrel train ride, play barn, Giant Legos, Tire Pyramid, jump pad, kids’ fun tent, Arrowhead hunting, homestead stations.
Fall Fun Dates and Admission: September 19 -October 31, 2020. See calendar for days and times.
Weekend admission is $9 for guests ages 3-17, $7 for guests 18-59, and free for children under 3 as well as visitors over 59. Saturdays and Sundays, plus Fridays in October 10 am – 7 pm, and Mondays 10 am – 3 pm. Your admission covers all activities with the exception of the sling shot and arrowhead hunting areas. Activities include 10 acre corn maze, lil’ corn maze, tire rollers, little and big barrel rides, swingline, jump pad, jump pillow, paintball shooting range, hayrides, play barn, barnyard golf, animal track maze, farm animals, tire climb, bunnies, lil’ farmer raceway, the hen house, giant sling shot ($), field tile slides, Lenher raceway, climbing wall, touch a tractor, pumpkin bowling, pick your own pumpkin, and more.
Weeknight admission is $5 and $4; (Tues-Thurs, 4:30pm – 7pm, Friday, Sept 25) all activities are not available on weeknights [see website for details]. Activities include 10 acre corn maze, lil’ corn maze, tire rollers, play barn, barnyard golf, animal track maze, farm animals, tire climb, bunnies, lil’ farmer raceway, the hen house, giant sling shot ($), field tile slides, Lenher raceway, climbing wall, touch a tractor, pumpkin bowling, pick your own pumpkin, and more.
Sunday, October 4: Columbus Zoo visit from 2-3 pm. Get up close and personal with several wild animal visitors as they waddle, bounce, slither and pounce their way to the farm!
Sunday, October 25: Trick or Treat on the Farm from 10 am – 7 pm. Costume Contest start time: 3:00pm. Age Categories: 0-4, 5-10, 11+. Prizes for each category: 1st place- $25, 2nd place- $10
2488 Rt. 37 W. Delaware – Open for produce through the fall; pre-picked pumpkins, pumpkin picking, playground, petting zoo, hayrides. Admission required for corn maze and wagon rides (740-363-5021).
Pumpkins, fall activities, and hayrides to the pumpkin field begin October 3; Wednesday-Friday from noon – 5 pm, Saturday from 10 a.m. to 7.p.m. Saturdays, and Sunday from and noon to 4 p.m.
Sunflower field is done for 2020.
Stop by to take pictures. They are selling sunflowers for $1.50/bloom.
Summer Hours: Wednesday thru Saturday 9am-7pm; Sundays 12noon to 5pm; Closed Mondays and Tuesdays. Labor Day weekend may be the last weekend for blooms
Miller’s Annual Fall Festival is cancelled/tba for 2020.
182 N Sunbury Rd Westerville, OH 43081. Creepy, but not scary, family-friendly Halloween maze. The maze is open when Hoover Gardens is open, which is Mon-Sat, 8 am – 6 pm, and Sunday from 10 am – 6 pm.
Please check in at the gift shop counter so they can ensure there aren’t too many people in the maze at one time. Admission is free, but please leave a donation at the gift shop counter so they can continue to make improvements on the maze each year.
South of Columbus Pumpkin Patches and Farms
9015 London Groveport Rd. Grove City, OH 43123 – Activities tba for 2020. Pumpkin patch, hayrides, big slide, bale cave, farm animals, corn and sunflower maze, bakery, drinks, and more. $10 per person (Children under 2 admitted free), $4.00 per pumpkin (optional). General admission includes: Hayride, Fun Barn, Petting Zoo, Corn & Sunflower Mazes, Bale Cave.
Fall Fun Days: tba for 2020
4600 Lockbourne Rd, Columbus, OH 43207, 614-491-0812 Pumpkin patch- already gathered from the field, along with other produce. Pumpkins typically available in October. See FB page for updates.
12846 State Route 772, Chillicothe, OH 45601. Phone: 740-775-7055. Apples and pumpkins. June-October from 8am-6pm. Our on-farm retail market is located at 12846 State Route 772 (740-775-7055) and our off-farm location is on 41 Seney Rd, both in Chillicothe OH
Apple Harvest Open House cancelled for 2020
15632 OH-56, Mt Sterling, OH 43143. Fall farm market, activities, sunflowers, and pumpkins. Lots of farm market goodies, gifts, decorations, and more.
Sunflower Field: August 22 and 23, August 29 and 30 and September 5,6,7 (Labor Day). Saturday: 9:00 a.m. – *7:00 p.m., Sunday: 11:00 a.m. – *6:00 p.m., Labor Day: 11:00 a.m. – *6:00 p.m. Tickets are $5 per person and include one sunflower. Children 3 and under are free. Additional sunflowers are available for purchase at $1 per bloom. Bring hand pruners (the size that will fit in your pocket) from home. Also offering corn maze $3, Tractor train $3, plus farm market, graffiti barn wall, goat visits, and concessions
Pumpkins and Fall Fun: Saturdays and Sundays from September 26-October 31: Take a Pumpkin Picking Ride to the field to pick your own pumpkin from 11 am – 5 pm. Cost is $7 per person and includes the pumpkin. Additional pumpkins are available in the farm market as well. Other activities include tractor train rides ($3), corn maze ($3), plus caterpillar crawl, haystack, graffiti barn wall, and photo frames and straw bales for photo ops! Eilenfeld Concessions food trailer will be on site on Saturdays and Sundays with cider slushies, brats, hotdogs and pulled pork, kettle corn, nachos and much more.
East of Columbus Pumpkin Patches and Farms
5895 Johnstown Utica Rd, Utica, Ohio, OH 43080 (740) 892-3989
37 varieties of apples, 26 varieties of peaches, 3 varieties of pears, and pumpkins. Pumpkin patch is a good walk away from the market, so make sure you grab a wagon.
This is one of my favorite orchards to visit, and it’s never overcrowded due to the size. The grounds are beautiful, so enjoy the scenery while you’re there. They also have a huge playground for the kids to enjoy with slides, hay mountain, corn bin, climbing, swings, and more!
Pumpkin Patch and fall events: Pumpkin patch is down a hill and a bit of a walk from the market. They have wagons you can borrow, or you can shop the “patch” created by the market of already picked pumpkins. Any size regular pumpkin $8, 2/$15, or 3/$20.
2500 Airport Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43219, (614) 252-6046. Fall plants, decorations, and pumpkins for sale.
Haunted Greenhouse, Cancelled for 2020.
Bring your little ghost and goblins to our haunted greenhouse. Kid friendly haunted maze (up to 12 years old) is fall fun for the whole family. Cost $8.95 per child, $2 per adult. Each child gets a small pumpkin, juice, popcorn, treat bag. Family games, bounce house, straw maze, haunted house, small farm animals, and a corn box play area included.
5766 Jacksontown Rd, Newark, OH 43056, (740) 323-2514 – This isn’t located at the farm, but it’s great! They sell a variety of pumpkins, squash, Indian corn, straw bales, mums for fall decorating. Farm activities include giant slides, climbing web, yard games, corn maze, straw maze, haunted room and goats and bunnies to visit (animals by late September).
Fall fun opens on Friday, September 18, 2020; Weekday hours are 12:00 to 7:00, weekend hours 10:00 to 7:00 pending weather (check Facebook page if unsure).
- Kid hand stamp $3 includes- Play Area (white slide, wacky climbing web, tube slide, tube crawl, gravel pit, yard games) and Haunted Room.
- Kid wrist band $5 includes- Play Area, Story Trail, Haunted Room, Corn Maze
- Adult wrist band $2 includes- white slide, yard games, Haunted Room, Corn Maze *No charge for adults in play area supervising children. Ages 2 and under are free.
- Wagon rides (weekends only in October) $2 per person.
1135 Locust Grove Rd. N.E., Bremen (740-569-4997): Selling pumpkins, mums, straw, and ornamental corn/corn stalks.
Pumpkin season: Open 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. Hayrides & Corn Maze on Saturday and Sunday.- Noon to 4:30
Weather Dependent Hay rides through the woods, $3.00, 4.5 acre corn maze.
14595 Johnstown-Utica Road, Johnstown (740-272-7680: Pumpkin picking, cider, mums, mini straw bales and fall decor. Hayrides and straw pyramid, plus a giant 8 acre corn maze.
5 acre Sunflower Patch: August 7-23. $5 Admission per person, 3 & under free, which includes one stem, each additional stem is $1. Bring your own cutter, and a jar or bucket of water.
Pumpkin Patch and Fall Fun: Hours: Daily 10-5 Last tickets for maze sold at 4pm. Maze price $5; 3& under free. This includes both maze paths and both interactive clue like games!Jump pad $5 for all day wristband. Jump pad is only open Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Maze and Jump pad combo $8. Mums $12.00. Corn stalks $6. Straw $7
You pick pumpkins range from $3-$15, ready picked from $4-$17. Fit as many pumpkins as you can in a wagon for $35, or as many as you can carry in your arms for $15!
9851 Morse Road SW, Pataskala, Ohio. Jurassic corn maze, wagon rides), barrel train ride, fun zone, mini maze. Snacks and refreshment stand, restrooms, picnic area, petting zoo, pumpkin patch (opening date tba – usually late Sept/early Oct). Apple picking schedule and info available here. (740-404-9967 Email: email@example.com).
Corn Maze and Fall activities: Jurassic corn maze Every Friday – Saturday – Sunday, September 4 through November 1. Fridays and Saturdays 10am to 10pm; Sundays 10am to 6pm. Last ticket sold one hour before close. Online, timed ticketing required to limit the amount of folks on site to a much smaller amount of people spread across our 15 acres.
- Corn Maze $11 – Fun zone is free with any maze wristband purchase.
The JURASSIC Maze is an 8-acre scavenger hunt for challenge stations. Most participants accept the challenge of finding each post. This year, you’ll be asked to do a challenge rather than collect an etching when you find a challenge station. For a lighter touch, you can walk the “Survivor Trail” that is marked with a line that goes from entrance to exit (you won’t find the posts, but you won’t get lost). Happy mazing!
- Kids’ Courtyard Combo $11 – Perfect for young ones – includes Barrel Train, Fun Zone and Mini Maze. No charge for attending guardian(s).
- Wagon ride $3 – Ride through the beautiful orchard and pick an apple. Ages 3 and under free. Last ride leaves at 5:30.
- Barrel Train $3.00 – The Conductor gives rides until 6 p.m. Passengers need to be 80 pounds or less.
Fridays: September-October: Storytime at Noon
September 14, 27, October 4, 11, 18, 25, November 1 : Farm Animal Petting Zoo 2-4
September 24, October 8 and Ocotber 22: ExtraOrdinary Days! – Play Date for friends of all ages with disabilities and their families – $11/free for parents and care givers from 3-7PM. Last wagon ride at 5:30.
3220 Adamsville Rd., Zanesville (740-452-4858): Corn Maze, plus petting zoo, pumpkin carving, slides, enchanted forest walk, hayrides, kangaroo jumper, gaga ball, giant corn box and more. Admission $7, or free for age 2 and younger, Pumpkins and mums are priced separately. Available activities tba for 2020.
Fall Farm Fun opens: September 19; 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturdays and 12 to 6 p.m Sundays, Weekdays 9:30-6 through October.
Grandparent Weekends: tba
4413 National Rd. S.W., Hebron – Great Pumpkin Fun Center, including play fort, A-maize-ing Maze, giant gerbil wheel, seesaws and hay-wagon slide; treehouse, circle swing, farm animals, pumpkin picking; weekends: face painting, crafters and demos, wagon rides. There’s so much to do here; make sure you allow an hour or two (or more!) to visit. (740-928-4925).
Pumpkin Fest: Fridays-Sundays, Sept. 18 – Oct. 31, 2020 from 10am – 7pm Fun center: $8. Under 2 is free. Narrated Wagon Ride are available on weekends for $3.
5950 Shannon Rd., Canal Winchester – Pre-picked pumpkins, pumpkin picking, and mums. Open Mon – Thurs 10 am – 6 pm; Fri & Sat 10 am – 5 pm; Sun (Oct only) Noon – 5 pm. (614-833-1932)
Pumpkin prices: Volleyball size=$4; basketball size=$6; beach ball and larger=$8
5066 Keller Road, Hebron, Ohio, Exit 122 off of I-70. Phone: 740.927.1780. Tons of family-friendly farm activities including Pac-Maize corn maze, cow train, hay ride, jumping pillow, pedal carts, putt putt, corn bin, slides, and tons of other activities.
Opens on Saturday, September 12; Wednesday-Sunday, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.
Admission is $8 for guests over age 2, and covers all activities and expenses except the mining sleuth, concessions and pumpkins, which are priced separately. Season pass is $22.00 and includes a U-Pick pumpkin. Pumpkins are $5 for u-pick and range up to $8 for pre-picked. You do not need to pay admission if you are just visiting the Barnyard Cafe, Nellie’s Country Store, or just purchasing fall decor/pumpkins (including U-Pick). Tickets can be purchased online or at the gate if available. They are also offering Bounce Back Passes that can be purchased when you exit. The cost is $4 and these can be used on a future visit. One bounce back pass per paid admission can be purchased.
Flashlight Maze Nights: Friday, Oct. 30 and Saturday, Oct. 31. from 7- 10 p.m. (last entry into the maze will be at 9:30 p.m. weather permitting. Must bring 1 flashlight per every 2 people in your group.
Sunflower Field: New this year! Visit the 9 acre sunflower field from Sept 12-20. Sunflower field visit is included with admission price.
West of Columbus Pumpkin Patches and Farms
1859 Walker Rd., near Hilliard; Hayrides, pumpkin picking, corn maze, straw maze, petting zoo, bouncy castle. 11 am -5 pm weekdays, 10 am – 6 pm on weekends, closed on Wednesdays
Opens for fall fun September 26. Admission is $10, including a pumpkin, ages 3 and under free. Some activities only available on weekends.
8657 Axe Handle Rd., Milford Center. Union County’s Bicentennial themed corn maze, low ropes, Pumpkin Blaster, play area, hayride, corn cannon, cow train, pumpkin picking, tube slide, roller slide, petting zoo, laser tag, family dodge ball, pedal carts, campfires, barnyard bouncer, corn ball and so much more.
Face masks are required for Hayride, Field of Fright, Kids’ Fun Barn, Paintball, the Exit Store & at all outdoor areas if you are not socially distanced from others. Hayrides to the u-pick pumpkin patch will have limited, social distanced seating and will run on a schedule. Reserved, timed tickets for this will be sold at admissions on the farm. The hayride will not be included in the Combo admission this year. Face masks required. A virtual line app will be used at the Field of Fright. Tickets to the Field of Fright must be purchased online.
Buy your tickets on line to save time and money! Tickets to the Field of Fright must be purchased online. Bring your online ticket to admissions to be scanned and to get your wristband.
Maze season opens September 19 through November 1; Friday from 5 PM-10 PM, Saturday from 12 PM-10 PM and Sunday 12 PM-6 PM. Field of Fright Haunted Maze: dusk to 10 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, Oct 9 – 31.
Online Ticket Prices (add $2 per ticket at the farm) Cost: Base admission, which includes corn maze, play area, petting zoo, bouncer, and cow train, and lots more is $10, or $5 for age 60 and older. Combo rate “The Works” is $14, or $10 for age 60 and older, free for age 2 and younger. To Add Haunted Field of Fright on Friday or Saturday Nights, Oct 9 – 31, add $6 to ticket package. Base Admission Season Pass – $22. (937-349-4781). Hayride is NOT included in the Combo due to COVID-19 social distancing – Hayride tickets to the u-pick pumpkin patch can be purchased ($1) at the window, scheduled times, LIMITED number of riders.
Sunflower Days: September tba
Costume Contest: Sunday, Oct. 25, 2020 / TBD – Costume contest at 3pm. Goodie bags for all contestants. 2 winners will be selected.
The Great Pumpkin Smash Contest – COVID Style – Sunday, Nov. 1, 2020.
We all can’t gather around this year to watch us smash pumpkins with prizes in them, but let’s still have a contest on the last day of our season. Everyone who comes the last day of the season and enters with their online purchased ticket (with name and email address on it) will be entered in the contest. We will draw 10 winners on November 2nd. Stay tuned for prize details to come.
Sunday, September 15: Farmers Feed the World Food Drive – Purchase one admission at the regular price and get the 2nd admission for FREE with 2 canned food items (not valid with group rates or discounts). Food will be donated to the Marysville Food Pantry.
7255 US HWY 42 North, Plain City. 614-873-0510. Farm market, u-pick pumpkins and apples, food, and more. Farm Yard Pass (Animal Barn, Jumping Pillow, Pedal Cart Track, Zip Line, Corn Box, Hay Barn, Hill Slide & Tire Climb, wagon ride, duck races & Moo Moo Express). U-pick apples are available now! Pumpkin patch tba.
Fall festival opens Saturdays & Sundays, September 12th- October 27th from 11 AM – 6 PM. Yard Pass for adults and children $10, Seniors $5, 2 and under free. Animal Barn, Jumping Pillow, Pedal Cart Track, Zip Line, Corn Box, Hay Barn, Hill Slide & Tire Climb, wagon ride, & Moo Moo Express. Fishing: $2.00, Gem Mining: Pay Dirt (gems) $5.00/ Fossils $6.00,
6880 Springfield-Xenia Rd., Yellow Springs (937-325-0629). Fall fun, pumpkin picking, corn maze, and other fun activities like Miniature Golf ($2-$7.50), Driving Range ($6.75 and up), Batting Cages (12 pitches $1.50), Moovers & Shakers barrel ride ($2.50/ride or 3/$6), Cowvin’s Fast Slide ($1.50/ride, discount for multiple rides), Cowvin’s Kiddie Corral ($5 all day) at Young’s Jersey Dairy. Don’t forget to visit the animals and get some ice cream while you’re there! Haunted wagon rides and the Fall Farm Pumpkin Festival have been cancelled for 2020.
Pay per activities, or they offer a combo deal, a three-tab Young’s Family Fun Wristband is $16.95 (choose 3 activities/food options, or a best value five-tab wristband for $23.95 (choose 5 options)
Cowvin’s Corny Maze Playland: August 1st – October 25th, 2020. Opens for weekends Aug 1st, then daily starting September 21st – 11am-6pm. Find your way through the 3.5 acre cornfield with twists, turns, and dead ends. $7.50 a person age 5 and older. Age 4 and under are free. Children age 11 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Price includes a wagon ride to and from the maze.
Labor Day Family Value Weekend: September 4th – September 7th, 2020. The special value wristband is good for all day unlimited family fun over Labor Day weekend. Play Udders & Putters miniature golf, batting cages, driving range, Moovers & Shakers, Cowvin’s Fast Slide, Cowvin’s Kiddie Corral, Cowvin’s Corny Maze, and Wagon Ride on the Farm. Each wristband is good for all day fun on the date purchased. Cost is $15 (ages 12 & over) $9 (ages 11 & under). Wristbands can be purchased at Cowvin’s Corny Bin.
Pumpkin picking Sept 19 – October 25 from 11 am – 6 pm. Buy your ticket at Cowvin’s Corny Bin located between the Dairy Store and the Barn and take a wagon ride to the Pumpkin Patch. $9 per pumpkin, or 3/$24. Pumpkins of all sizes (starting under $3), gourds, and Indian corn are also on display for purchase.
Young’s Ice Cream Charity Bike Tour: September 26th, 2020. Join us for the Annual Young’s Charity Bike Tour. It will be a one day ride this year, with 5 mileage options. Funds raised support local charities.
44th Annual Fall Farm Pumpkin Festival: Cancelled for 2020. The Fall Farm Pumpkin Festival will be held for the 2021 season on Oct 2-3, 2021.
Annual Wool Gathering: Cancelled for 2020. Join us for an awesome festival of fibers at the 24th annual Wool Gathering at Young’s Dairy. Observe sheep, llamas, alpacas, cashmere goats, Angora rabbits and other wool-bearing animals at the show. There will be shearing demonstrations, wool spinning, weaving and much more to see and learn. There are over 100 vendors from several surrounding states. Admission to this event is free – bring the whole family! Hours will be 10am to 6pm Saturday and 10am to 5pm on Sunday.
Cut your own Christmas Trees: November 27th – Until Sold Out. Search for the perfect tree to cut down at the 30 acre farm or select a freshly cut tree. They will shake, wrap and load your tree for you. Gift shop has tree stands, ornaments and gifts along many other items. Located just south of Young’s Jersey Dairy — look for the little red tree barn next to Route 68. Monday – Friday 11am – 5:30pm. Saturday & Sunday 9am – 5:30pm
Oakland Nurseries, 1156 Oakland Park Ave. (614-268-3511); 4261 W. Dublin-Granville Rd., Dublin (614-874-2400); and 25 Kilbourne Rd., Delaware (740-548-6633)
Fall Festival (all locations): Oct 1-18, from noon – 4 p.m. Enjoy weekend door prizes and some weekend events on October 3rd & 4th and October 10th & 11th. Plus, all-you-can-carry pumpkins will be on the weekend of October 10th & 11th.
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