Hawaii Mom Blog: Waimanalo Country Farms Pumpkin Patch




October 24, 2013

Waimanalo Country Farms Pumpkin Patch

This past weekend we took the kids to the Waimanalo Country Farms Pumpkin Patch.

We arrived shortly before the 9am opening time, and there was already a very long line of cars waiting to get in.

Once we parked and walked up to the where the Pumpkin Patch was located, we bought some tickets in order for the kids to participate in some of the activities and get some food (almost everything is paid through tickets).

Activities included the cow train, pumpkin cannon, sunflower maze, petting zoo, hay ride (which actually is just a ride on a truck with no hay), and more.

There are also lots of food and drink products available, such as baked goods, veggies, lemonade, shave ice, popcorn, and sandwiches.

And of course, there are lots and lots of pumpkins to pick from.

I loved that there was a nice big tent with lots of tables and chairs so families could sit and eat and take a break from the sweltering sun.

Although the line for tickets was sometimes very long, and as expected it was quite hot and dirty, the kids had a blast, and that's all that matters...

This coming weekend will be the last weekend for the pumpkin patch this year.  Check it out or you'll have to wait until next year!

Waimanalo Country Farms
41-225 Lupe St.
Waimanalo, Hi. 96795

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