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Family Farm

2023 Family Farm Season

Friday, September 15 – October 31

 

Children 2 and under – Free

Monday – Thursday  8 am – 6 pm    $12.99

Friday & Saturday 8 am – 10 pm     $15.99

Sunday 9 am – 6 pm   $15.99

Jump Pillow – additional $2 purchase for a bracelet. Must be 36″ or taller.

Snack Shack/Food Vendors – Please call ahead to double-check for food vendors on the weekends.

 

Concession is available daily, or bring a picnic lunch and enjoy!

 

Where You Come To Make Memories

Pumpkin Patch

We choose an exciting new theme for our 10-acre corn maze each year. From werewolves to Lost Trail Root Beer Co, our corn maze has seen it all – and our visitors have conquered them all!

Your family will love having the option to choose their perfect pumpkin and take it home with them. Our pumpkins range in price from $3 – $25, depending on size. Don’t want to pick your own; choose from the variety already picked around the farm.

First Pumpkin
Sliding down Mount Sunflower

Included in your admission ticket:

Corn Crib | Giant Swing Set | Low Challenge Elements | Mount Sunflower Slide | Fort Appleton Playland | Wagon Rides | Learning Barn | Farm Animals | Orchard Trail | Tire Tower | Tee Pee | Live Music | Beehive Exhibit

Family Playing in Corn Crib
Fire Pit Rentals

Looking for the perfect Fall party spot?

 

Call us or fill out the form to reserve a fire pit area for your birthday party, family gathering, or corporate event. For more information, please call 913-837-5202

Apple Cider Donuts and Gallon Apple Cider

FOOD CHOICES

During the weekdays, snacks and drinks are available in our entrance barn. On weekends (Friday evenings, Saturday, and Sunday), our Snack Shack is open with a wider variety of snacks, drinks, and apple cider donuts.

 

Our Hard Cider Shack is also open Friday evenings, Saturdays, and Sundays, where you can purchase our hard ciders by cup or 32 oz growlers. 

Saturday and Sunday, we also have food trucks on-site.

Call for details at 913-837-5202.

Louisburg Hard Cider at the Louisburg Family Farm
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