Fall Fun Festival at Brooks Farms

The farm's harvest celebrations are packed with fun seasonal activities for kids.

Usher in the fall season with the Brooks Farms Fall Fun Festival. The farm's harvest celebrations are packed with fun seasonal activities for kids, including a Pumpkin Cannon Show, farm animals, Sue Wee Pig Races, a corn maze and much more. Come out and enjoy the beautiful autumn season Brooks Farms style!

The Fall Fun Festival gets bigger and better every year. Here are this year's highlights:

• Sue Wee Pig Races
• Corn Cob  Blasters
• Pumpkin Cannon Show
• “Dark Side of the Hill” Zombies (for the older kids)
• Train Rides
• Zip Lines
• Giant Jumping Pillow
• Farm Animals
• Tire Horse Swings
• Sandbox Fun
• Bouncing Ponies
• Playhouse & Slides
• Pirate Ship
• Animated Singing Chicken Show
• Corn Maze
• Rusty’s Forest
• Straw Pyramids & Jumps
• Spider Mountain Look out
• Farm Market
• Duck Races

No outside food is permitted on the farm however you won't go hungry during your visit. On weekends (and Thankgiving Monday), the Hungry Hut serves up Fresh cut fries, onion rings, hot dogs, chicken fingers, peameal on a bun while the Super Duper Soup Station offers hearty soups, homemade chili, and grilled cheese. Enjoy fresh coffee, hot chocolate and homemade donuts at the Donut Factory. And don't forget to stop in the Farm Market for Homebaked goods, pies, preserves, pizza buns and more!

In addition to farm fun, Brooks Farms also offers some pick-your-own opportunities. You can pick your own apples in September or find that perfect pumpkin from late September to end of October.

The Fall Fun Festival takes place weekends starting September 10 and ends October 31. The event also runs on Thanksgiving Monday. Brooks Farms is located north of the city in Mount Albert. For more information and admission rates, visit www.brooksfarms.com/festivals/fall-fun-festival.

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