September - October
What's here: pumpkins
Open sun up to sundown, visitors can pick in the field or pick from pre-picked pumpkins.
Also sell wholesale.
Last modified: Tue Jul 17 2012
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23 Oct 2012, 15:03
I visited this farm and had so much fun. There were all sizes of pumpkins
and even some painted with characters like spongebob, mickey mouse, etc.
They also had 3 live pigs you could look at. I got to to go out into the
patch and found a pumpkin that weighed 87 pounds!