Come fall, spending time outside with loved ones is what makes the season special. Where can Bucks County, PA, families head for the best in fall fun? To help you out, we picked three farms with festivals in the area that you won’t want to miss! Learn all about them below and make plans to visit today.
Hellerick’s Family Farm
If you’ve looked out over farmland from an airplane, you know that it’s quite beautiful from high in the sky. Hellerick’s Family Farm in Doylestown takes this idea and climbs with it to surely change your perspective on a traditional fall festival.
Take on thrilling climbing courses, zip line above the farm’s 5-acre corn maze, and participate in an exhilarating quick jump free fall. Back on the ground, pick your own pumpkins, gourds, and flowers, and compete in pumpkin bowling or rubber duck races.
Taking a tractor-drawn hayride out to the pumpkin patch is on most peoples’ autumn bucket lists. Kohler Farms in Horsham Township specializes in this favorite fall time activity, with hayrides happening every Saturday and Sunday throughout October.
After your farm tour by wagon, stop by the Kohler Farms market to get your harvest decorating done. Shop colorful, vibrant mums to liven up your walkway, as well as fresh apples for making legendary apple pie, caramel-dipped treats, and more!
Winding Brook Farm
Winding Brook Farm may have over a century in the dairy business, but come autumn, they’re known for a whole lot more. Visit this Warrington, PA, family farm during the month of October to see the cows, take a hayride out to the pumpkin patch, rock out to live music, and explore expansive corn and hay mazes.
For those who enjoy the fall season most by getting spooked, Winding Brook offers several bone-chilling attractions, including after-dark versions of their corn and hay trails that become eerie places to wander at night.
Now that you know where to go for the best in fall fun, get out there and have a blast! Happy fall from your friends at ATC!