Lovers of fall can rejoice that at this time of year as many Lehigh Valley farms are playing host to outdoor autumnal attractions, including corn mazes, pumpkin patches, hayrides and more.We've put together a guide to some of the most popular local fall farm festivals, most of which continue through late October or early November.
Bear Rock Junction
Beginning September 23 - October 29
8181 Rt. 309, New Tripoli
Spanning just over two acres, this corn maze at Bear Rock Junction is the perfect outing for families! Activities within the maze include a scavenger hunt and fun trivia questions to get you thinking. For even more fun, hop on a hayride, race along go-kart tracks, or play a round Glow Golf (even the golf balls glow in the dark!) on site. In October, you can pick your own pumpkins from their patch.
Grim's Orchard & Family Farm
September 9–October 29
9941 Schantz Road, Breinigsville
Grim's Fall Festival in Breinigsville includes a four-acre corn maze, hayrides, a play corral, pumpkin-picking, barnyard animals, and more. Take the hayride out to the pumpkin patch to pick the perfect pumpkin, browse the varieties of apples in the on-site farm market, and more!
Juniperdale Farms & The Produce Crib
Saturdays & Sundays in October, 12-4 p.m.
9941 Schantz Road, Breinigsville
Every weekend in October, enjoy free hayrides to the pumpkin patch to choose the perfect pumpkin right off the vine. Take in the farm scenery and shop various fall decorations, pumpkins, and squash available for purchase. On select weekends enjoy apple picking and choose from sweet, tart, baking and fresh eating apples!
Olde Stone Farm
Saturdays & Sundays in October, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
1350 Raubsville Rd., Easton
Your $10 entry fee at Olde Stone Farm includes the corn maze, a tractor-pulled hay ride, seasonal games, and a chance to visit with friendly farm animals. Children under 2 get in free. Complete your "happy fall y'all" look with corn stalks, straw bales, gourds, and colorful mums, all available for sale. Located between Easton and Hellertown in the scenic Stouts Valley.
Raub's Farm Market
Open through October 29
1459 Tatamy Road, Easton
One of the largest corn mazes in the area, Raub’s Farm Market spans a whopping 14 acres. Packed with nearly six miles of trails, you’ll want to join in one of the investigative games that take place. Follow the clues to test your problem-solving skills and help reveal the answer to the mystery in a Clue-style game. Other activities include the Farm Scene Tracks, Treasure Hunt, and Monster Mystery. After you've found your way out of the maze, head to the farm stand to stock up on mums, gourds, corn stalks, pumpkins, and more.
September 23–October 29
5761 Nor-Bath Blvd., Bath
On weekends, you can enjoy visiting farm animals, a straw maze, pony rides, hayrides to pumpkin patch, and of course - the famous corn maze, all at Seiple Farms! The maze covers 22 acres with three miles of walking paths tucked within. Friday Nights Flashlight Fundraiser is from 6–9 p.m. Seiple Farms also offers pick your own pumpkins as well as gourds, squash, neck pumpkins, Indian corn, and popcorn. You can also purchase apples and apple cider, corn stalks, straw bales, mums, and other seasonal items.
Unangst Tree Farms
September 23–October 31
7317 Bethlehem-Bath Pike, Bath
Be sure to leave plenty of time to explore the maze at Unangst Tree Farms! The large mazes feature countless twists and turns that will leave you dizzy. Make note: the large maze is only open on the weekends, though a smaller, one-acre maze is open during weekday hours for children ages 8 & under. Take a hayride to the pumpkin patch and shop the snack stand and farm market to stock up on all your favorite seasonal treats.
Von Thun Farms
September 16–October 29
438 Route 57 West, Washington, NJ
Looking for fall activities to do with the whole family? You won't want to miss Von Thun Farms' Fall Festival every weekend. Admission includes over 20 activities from hayrides, 5-acre interactive Corn Maze, Giant Pumpkin Checkers, Rubber Duck Races, Pedal Karts, and more! Before heading home, be sure to walk through their apple orchard and pumpkin fields.
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