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What to Expect: Tips for a Visit to a Pumpkin Patch or Corn Maze!
Where you can find a pumpkin patch, corn maze, safe trick-or-treating, hayrides and other Fall and Halloween fun near you! Many corn mazes and hayrides are still open in November! Be sure to scroll down the page, some are big, and the top of the page looks the same! Click here to see what a trip to a pumpkin patch or corn maze is like!  And the latest craze: Zombie Paintball! Want to make the worlds best pumpkin pie, from a fresh pumpkin? What is the typical price for pumpkins in October 2015?  National average is around 50 cents per pound, or $5 for a basketball-sized pumpkin. NEW: Make your own Halloween Minecraft Costumes (Steve, Creeper, etc.)
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Never been to a Pumpkin patch or corn maze?  thinking of going, but you'd like a better idea of what it's like before you go?  Well, here's the page for you!

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General Tips!

  • Phone ahead for patch and maze conditions. Some attractions may  not be operating due to wet weather. You don't want to go on a day when your favorite won't be avilable.
  • Clothing: These are outdoor events and therefore weather affects everything! Dress appropriately for the day's weather. Wear proper head (sun protection) and foot gear.  You may want to wear old athletic shows in case you encounter any muddy areas!
  • Allergies: Corn and honey bees may pose a problem for some folks.
  • Nighttime activities: Bring a flashlight with fresh batteries for the nighttime mazes. Some mazes rent flashlights or the kids can buy glowsticks. Bring some warm clothes in case it's cold.
  • Strollers: Some mazes and pumpkin patches are stroller and wheelchair friendly (under ideal conditions), but many are not, so check the weather and call ahead. Remember the maze can go for miles, too far for little legs. It may be a good idea to bring a toddler backpack or wagon for the little ones.
  • Claustrophobic?: Corn maze paths are generally 5 to 15 feet wide and there are usually "flaggers" looking for waving flags at all times. A cell phone or walkie talkie is handy if you lose your friend.
  • Other tips
    *Bring a water container with you.
    *Take lots of pictures.
    *A poncho or a small umbrella could be a real lifesaver if it starts to rain
    *Have a race with prizes. Mazes and pumpkin carving make great team building exercises



Revised: 14-Jul-2016

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