Bowl a strike with pumpkins on Fall Family Fun Day at Ned Smith Center Visit the pumpkin patch or try your skills with a fun round of pumpkin bowling. Planning the maze is an art itself, as the farmer has to map out the picture on the ground and choose a strong-stalked variety of corn to make it all come to life. It will be on your right. There are a lot of great oppurtunities to take pictures with great backgrounds. The Pennsdale Haunted Barn returns for its 8 th year of scares in the Old Butcher Shop Barn on the grounds of the Pennsdale Fire Company, 261 Village Road.
There are companies who will professionally design mazes, too. And if you know of one I missed and want to add it or correct the information,! Check out more reviews on. Some of their festivals includes a Pumpkin Fall Festival, their Peach Fest in August, Summer Festival and Strawberry Social both in June, and Relay For Life event in May. Crops are usually available in October. And in December we have Holiday Tours- Remember us for your Santa parades, holiday events and romantic carriage rides.
Very close to Ski Roundtop. Immediately to your right at the underpass turn onto Armstrong Road. Signs will guide you If traveling route 15 north, turn onto route 405 at the red light in Montgomery and proceed to the railroad underpass as well. They grow more than 10,000 pumpkins. Pumpkin picking from their patch is available in season.
Corn mazes have been around for a long time, but have become increasingly more complex. Most have loads of pumpkins to choose from. Directions: And for a map to our farm, Crops are usually available in July, August, October, November, December. Activities includes pony rides, games, hayrides, and refreshments. Tomatoes: July 25, Pumpkins: September 15 to October 31, Open for Christmas Trees from Thanksgiving until Christmas eve. Whether you're looking for a good fright, want to go pumpkin picking, or simply looking to create amazing fall memories, then you'll want to head out to Lycoming county this Halloween season. Race around the pedal cart track or take your kids on a mini-wagon ride of the barnyard.
Our Market is on the right hand side. It is a third generation family owned and operated farm that has been a working farm since 1820. A good cause, their apple butter is the best! Open: Monday to Friday, 9 am to 7 pm, Saturday, 9 am to 5 pm, and Sunday, 11 am to 5 pm during the season, check our web site for exact dates. Open: Monday thru Friday 8 to 6 8 to 5 in Nov. So come in join us this October in this annual tradition and have a great time with your family and friends. We use integrated pest management practices. Turn right at the first light, then left at the second light onto Gettysburg Pike.
The world's best is here, and the is here! Open weekends starting in early September and ending in early November. They are 16 miles east of Reading. . Select your pumpkins from the patch after a tractor-drawn hayride wagon ride on weekends from late September through Halloween. The theme for the corn maze is Secret Agent.
Growing on 500 acres, the Hollabaugh family grows a wide variety of fruits and vegetables, including small fruits, apricots, plums, peaches, pears, Asian pears, apples, melons, cut flowers, and more! There is also numerous other things to do at the festival. Directions: Three Miles South of Red Lion off of Route 24, turn Left on Dairy Road - follow signs. Daytime activities open 9 a. Open Thursday through Sunday from mid-September through late October. We help millions of people have more fun in fall by listing local fall festivals, pumpkin patches, corn mazes, apple orchards, haunted houses, ghost tours, Halloween events and Black Friday deals. It is 26 miles west of Altoona.
Call in advance to make arrangements. Corn maze, hay maze, balloon launcher and farm animals also available for families to enjoy while visiting. Ride an 80-foot-tube-slide; even mine for gemstones! You can enjoy a hayride to the pumpkin patch and pick your own pumpkin or find one under the tent. Hot apple cider and amish-made donuts. Ten percent discount on the price during weekdays. With terrifying chills and exhilarating thrills, Lycoming county has something to offer for everyone - from families in search of kid-friendly fall fun, to friends looking to spend an evening at some of the spookiest haunts in Pennsylvania.
Looking for a local pumpkin patch, corn maze, hayride, gourds and other Halloween activities in Southcentral Pennsylvania? At night, the maze and hayride turn haunted! Bring your own flashlight or purchase one on Friday and Saturday nights to enjoy the flashlight maze. Farm Stand Open July to January Corn Maze is open on weekends in September and October U-Pick Apples and Pumpkins is open on weekends in September and October Birthday and Group Parties scheduled August through November Group Tours scheduled August through November. There are companies who will professionally design mazes, too. See the Fall Festival page for more information. A retail market provides the freshest produce throughout the season, as well as home-made baked goods, jarred goods, and a country gift shop. Also meet their Miniature Donkeys and Nigerian Dwarf Goats.
And for a map to our farm,. Turn onto route 405 towards Muncy and continue approximately 2. They are 43 miles west of Philadelphia. Planning the maze is an art itself, as the farmer has to map out the picture on the ground and choose a strong-stalked variety of corn to make it all come to life. Pumpkin carving and hayrides Join in a pumpkin carving sponsored by the Lower Paxton Twp. Go past Waynesboro Hospital on left. They have pick your own starting with strawberries in early June and continuing with cherries, peaches, apples, and then pumpkins from late August throughout October.