Fall Fun on the Farm

Fall Fun is back in Bucks County and that means trips to some of Bucks County’s famous farms for pumpkin picking, corn mazes, hayrides, & more! In Bucks, there are two local farms that have become synonymous with fall family fun, Shady Brook Farm in Yardley & The Market at Delaware Valley College in Doylestown, and they continue to out-do themselves with more attractions each year. Check out what’s on the agenda in 2012:

Shady Brook Farm Fall Fest

For over two decades Shady Brook Farm has provided guests from near and far with an experience they will remember forever. From open aired hayrides pulled by real working tractors to the pumpkin patch to endless bouncing on inflatable attractions that never tire. Two new attractions this year include giant jumping pillows and a spider web crawl.

The fields are bursting with perfectly wonderful pumpkins, beautiful apple orchards, and raspberry vines; all are ready to be picked. Included in your admission you will be able to wind your way through a giant corn maze and hay maze. Upon exiting the corn maze you can enter a 20 foot tall corn stalk teepee. And if you’re tempted by some farm fresh pies or Uncle Dave’s famous pumpkin ice cream, rest assured that you can burn it off with a visit to the S.B.F. 500 Tryke Track.

This year, Shady Brook is also adding PumpkinFest After Dark, where guests can bring a flashlight to attempt the corn maze in the dark or pick the perfect pumpkin out of the field!

Dates:  11am – 5pm September 15, 16 & the 22 and 23rd, then open daily September 29 through October 31 with even later hours.  The last hayride to pick apples & pumpkins goes out at 4pm.  General Admission is $12.00 per person and infants under 2 years of age are free.  

The Market at Del Val

The family can enjoy a low key lunch inside or picnic outside during one of Del Val’s FallFun theme weekends:

September 29th & 30th: Monster Pumpkin Madness & Country Fair.  Check out the 1,000lb+ pumpkins…stay for the fun.  Prizes for furthest traveled, green squash, largest Bucks County grown and 10 prizes for Monster Pumpkins, cash prizes up to $1500!  !  Drop off is Saturday September 29th 9am – 11am, weigh off at 1pm and awards at 4pm.

October 6th & 7th: Scarecrow Harvest- We provide the materials, you bring the creativity. Ever want to create your own scarecrow to decorate your house?  Come visit The Market to learn all the ins and outs and leave with your very own scarecrow!  We’ll provide the directions plus: jeans, shirt, stockings (face) and straw, plus, no mess at your house- leave it at The Market!   Space is limited so call to make your reservation.

October 27th & 28th:  Pumpkin Carving Contest and the Pumpkin Glow!  Drop off your completed pumpkin to The Market on Saturday October 27th between 9am – 12noon.  Judging these masterpieces will take place at 2pm and winners will be announced at 4pm.  Pumpkins will then show off their “glow” that night around The Market.  You won’t want to miss seeing these creations in the dark.  Prizes for child, youth & adult age groups for several categories!

Plus, Del Val’s own Moonlit Fun is open Fridays & Saturday nights starting September 28th & 29th. 6:30 – 9pm. This non-haunted event includes the Flashlight corn maze, wagon ride & bonfire. (Bring your own flashlight)



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