Our family went to the Maize at the Pumpkin Patch a couple of days ago. We had a fabulous time. And we were there a lot longer than planned. We left home at 9:30 in the morning and didn’t make it back until 2:30 pm. Wow, that is a lot of time to spend at a maze and pumpkin patch. Halloween is about three weeks away, so there’s still time for you take your little ones to the fun Maize at the Pumpkin Patch (save $2 with this coupon). And of course, pick up some pumpkins while you are there. You’ll get your money’s worth.
It’s been raining since Friday (started right after work), so my plans to build a roof over my roof this weekend has been delayed. Summer doesn’t officially end for another 2+ weeks, but the cool and wet weather sure feels like Fall. In fact, while I’ve been couped up inside, I’ve been thinking about the next holiday: Halloween. In my opinion, it’s the best holiday of the year. I can’t wait for Halloween and I can’t wait to visit The Maize at The Pumpkin Patch. We went last year and had a fun time. BTW, you can save $2 on admission with this online coupon.
We went to the Maize at The Pumpkin Patch recently. We had a great time. We’ve never been to the Maize before. In addition to the corn maze, there was a pumpkin patch, tractor hay ride, a kiddie tractor ride, barn animals, a kiddie maze, a haystack to climb up, and a neat country store where my daughter bought some kettle corn. We also left with four pumpkins and they only cost us $10 (total). It was a great deal. BTW, the Pumpkin Patch is offering $2 off admission to The Maize with this coupon.
If you’re planing on going to a pumpkin patch maze, I have a deal for you. Readers of my Portland blog can save $2 off The MAiZE at The Pumpkin Patch over at Sauvie Island. Regular admission (before coupon) for their cornfield maze is $7 for adults and kids 13 years and older. It’s only $5 for seniors and children six to twelve. Admission is free for kids five and under.
I saw this mutant pumpkin at Lake View Farms Pumpkin Patch. I couldn’t resist taking a photo. It would be perfect if it wasn’t for the green and yellow paint. Go Beavers!
If you’re looking for a pumpkin patch in the Portland area, then you should check out Lake View Farms. We’ve been going to their pumpkin patch annually for six years now. They are located in North Plains, Oregon. The pumpkin patch is free, but it will cost you extra for the pumpkins, boat ride, and train ride. Tickets are $4 each and each ticket includes one ride on the boat and one ride on the train. Pumpkins are about 50 cents for a tiny pumpkin (size of a fist), $2-$3 for a small pumpkin, $4-$8 for medium size, and $10+ for large. Note: you get a one dollar discount for each boat/train ticket (limit one discount ticket per pumpkin).