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October 17, 2016

The 7th Annual Fall Harvest Festival & Pumpkin Patch at Waimanalo Country Farms


The pumpkin patch is now open at Waimanalo Country Farm! Visit the farm on a Saturday or Sunday from now until Halloween for lots of family-friendly fun, including hayrides, petting zoo, sunflower maze, games, food, and their incredibly popular freshly squeeze Nalo-Made Lemonade!  And don't forget to pick a pumpkin or two on the way out.

The pumpkin patch opens at 9 am. If you're going to take anything away from this blog post, it's this - GO EARLY to get the best parking and also to get your script, because it gets really crowded, and the line to buy script can get ridiculously long.



The script booth is at the entrance to the farm. Prices are on the board. You'll need script if you want to play games, ride the hay ride or cow train, pet the farm animals, go in the sunflower patch maze, or purchase food or lemonade. You can also purchase a wristband for $15.  



We arrived at 9, and since the hayride wasn't open yet, we let the boys roam around the pumpkin patch.





Once they announced that the first hayride was going to depart in 7 minutes, we made a beeline to the hayride entrance.  You'll want to ride the hayride before you do anything else, because the line for the hayride gets long too! 



The hayride is basically a short, guided tour of the farm. The hayride is operated by the owner, who gives you a short history of this family-operated farm.  





You'll get to ride through the corn fields - look at this amazing view!



After the hayride, we explored other areas of the pumpkin patch. 

The Sunflowers are always so pretty. 



The boys were curious as to what's in there.


The farm animals is always a fun attraction. It's $6 to enter, and another $1 to feed the animals.


They have games for adults....

and kids....

and plenty of photo ops...




The country market is at the exit, where they have a lot nice items for sale.  I a majority of the items available for purchase are made by members of the farm themselves.





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The two things we always have to have when we're here are the lemonade and cornbread!






The pumpkin patch is open every weekend (Saturdays and Sundays) up until Halloween from 9am - 5pm. For more information, go to their Facebook page (Waimanalo Country Farms). 

41-255 Lupe Street
(808) 306-4381

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