Besides hayrides to the pumpkin patch to select the perfect pumpkin for Halloween, activities include a visit to a Native America Village replica, wool carding, and candle dipping. Kids will have a chance to visit the Nighttime Creatures Barn with exhibits of birds of prey, snakes and tide pool animals as well as taxidermy wildlife. The Creepy Crawly Room will have the kids amazed at tarantulas and scorpions that glow under black lighting. Gunnysack races, a straw maze and a petting zoo, archery fly-fishing and astronomy hands-on demos are also included. Either bring your own picnic to enjoy in the park or buy meals and dessert treats from local vendors.
When: October 14th – 15th and 21st – 22nd, 2017, Saturday and Sunday from 11 am to 5 pm.
Cost: $5 adults, $3 for children 12 and under. All activities inside the grounds are free. Parking $7 per car.