Of all the fall activities that our family enjoys each year, Fall on the Farm at Blooms and Berries is one of our absolute favorites! They offer such a family-friendly atmosphere, with activities for kids and adults of all ages.
Their 7-acre corn maze features a who-done-it game called “The Great Migration Mystery.” Kids can meander through the maze and search for all five items that Monica Monarch needs for her great migration in order to complete the maze.
Towards the center of the maze, there’s a staircase with a platform to see not only where you’ve been, but where you need to go as well.
In addition to the corn maze, there are a variety of life-size games for kids to play, such as guess who? and connect four.
There’s also an interactive outdoor play area with giant slides, tire horse swings, a spider web climbing challenge, a giant tire pyramid, and a farm-themed ring toss.
On the other side of the farm, little ones can enjoy a bucking cow train and kids and adults of all ages can take a tour of the farm on the 30-minute hayride.
And of course, while you’re at the farm, you’ll definitely want to check out the farms animals and the spectacular flowers around the grounds as well.
Oh, and don’t forget to stop at the Blooms & Berries Market on your way out. From apple butter and jams to fresh apples and pumpkins, their store is the epitome of fall freshness.
For just $8 per person on weekdays and $11 per person on the weekends, you’ll have an all-access pass to all of these fun activities. If you visit on a Toddler Tuesday, you’ll be able to enjoy story time at 1 p.m. as well as half price admission for kids ages 2-4 with a paying adult.