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Farm Guide > Listing > Honeysuckle Hill Pumpkin Farm

Robertson County
Farm Stand, PYO
Jeff Alsup
1765 Martins Chapel Church Rd.
Springfield, TN 37172
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Season: May - November (In season now)
Days: See our website for hours.
What's here: (Click for recipes) Pumpkins, Mums
The Fall Festival Season begins September 24thth and lasts until November 6th. We will be open to the public on weekends. During the week we are open for Educational Farm Tours by reservation!

We produce Pumpkins, Mums, and of course corn, but that's for the 7 acre corn maze and animal feed! We also have a large orchard that children pick from on school tours!

We have something fun for the whole family with a wide variety of activities. New this year is a 30 ft. rock wall, bungee trampoline, zombie paintball and Little Rascals Zipline. Take a hay ride out to our Pumpkin Patch, get lost in our 10 Acre Corn Maze, or our Kiddy Corn Maze. We have a live Pig Race Show, Petting Farm, a Gemstone Mine, a Pumpkin Train, Pedal Carts, Duck Races, [2 Huge Jumping Pillows], a Zip Line Canopy Tour through Historic Battle Creek, which is for customers 11 years old and older. Plus we have two large pavilions to relax and enjoy some fresh country cooking at Grandma's Country Kitchen or KK's Sweet Shop. You can also stop by the Snack Shack or Farm Market for some local Jams and Jellies. If you're looking for some fun on the farm at night we have Scream Creek Haunted Woods, bonfires, a flashlight walk through our corn maze, and a new House of Fun. Come see why we are #1 in Fall Family Fun.

Last modified: Sat May 6 2017
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