Another great fall festival season has come to an end….Another great October of activities and tradition. May Farms family would like to thank all of you who continue your family traditions of visiting each year. It’s always great to see you and hear your stories. It was also a great pleasure to meet the new familes who visited the first time this year. Thank you for your support. We look forward to seeing you all again. Please post your photos of your visit to May Farms in 2012. Watch our website and facebook page for upcoming events.
ALL PUMPKINS HALF PRICE!
OCTOBER HOURS: (Saturday and Sunday) from 10 am – Dusk.
FREE- GENERAL ADMISSION (additional activities listed below may be enjoyed for a small fee)
FREE – PARKING
PUMPKIN PATCH AND HARVEST FESTIVAL ACTIVITIES
While some activities have a small fee to enjoy we have many that are FREE!
Bean bag toss
Low Ropes Giant See Saw
and Crooked Path
You may purchase and enjoy the following activities using tickets: ONE TICKET =$1
Barrel Train Ride – 2 tickets
Hay Ride – 2 tickets
Wagon Rental – 5 tickets
Toddler Trike Track – 3 tickets
Giant Bale Maze – 2 tickets
Pumpkin Blaster – 5 tickets (you get to shoot 6 pumpkins!)
Feed Ducks and Fish – 1 ticket/serving
No refunds on unused tickets
Farm Fresh Pumpkins & Produce
Decorative Gourds – (also decorated gourds available in our Country Store)
Varieties of Potatoes
Varieties of Peppers
“Goofy” Gourds (we provide you the bag – you pick the gourd $6.00
PUMPKIN PRICING – ALL PUMPKINS ARE HALF PRICE FOR THE REST OF THE SEASON WHILE SUPPLIES LAST!
all shapes and sizes – White, Pink and Orange!
3 tickets – mini (HALF PRICE (we don’t like change) 1 TICKET)
4 tickets – pie pumpkin (HALF PRICE 2 TICKETS)
6 tickets – medium (HALF PRICE – 3 TICKETS)
8 tickets – Large (HALF PRICE 4 TICKETS)
10 tickets – Extra Large (HALF PRICE 5 TICKETS)
20 tickets – OMG!! – HUGE! (HALF PRICE 10 TICKETS)
Please note that this has been an exceptionally trying year for many farmers across the Nation and we here at May Farms are no exception. Mother Nature has dealt us a tough hand this summer and our corn crop suffered greatly. Because of the severe drought we were unable produce a corn maze – the first time we have not had a corn maze since we began opening our farm to families to enjoy. Please accept our sincerest apologies and hope that you will enjoy the many other attractions we provide at May Farms.
Here’s a clip that 9 news did about the drought at our farm.