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Autumn is brewing on the horizon, which means all the fun fall activities are coming our way.
Plan ahead with this list of the Top 3 Pumpkin Patches and Corn Mazes to visit in the Treasure Valley this fall.
Twin Oaks is the last remaining operational farm in Eagle. Its location is convenient for those in Eagle, Star, parts of Middleton, Meridian, Boise. Alongside their sprawling pumpkin patch is their corn maze, hayrides, and the annual Halloweenland attraction (open Sept. 20th). During the winter months they deck the place out for their Winter Wonderland. Don’t pass up your chance to visit Twin Oaks this Halloween and Christmas season. Follow them on social media to stay informed about upcoming events.
Out in the farmland past the growing neighborhoods in south Meridian is Linder Farms, a place aimed at giving families a chance to be a part of all the best fall traditions like pumpkin patches and corn mazes. Opening day is September 20th. Go! find your perfect jack-o-lantern-to-be at Linder Farms. This spot is convenient for folks in parts of Meridian, Kuna, and Nampa. Follow their social media below.
Way out south in the rolling farmlands of Kuna is the Farmstead. You have probably seen these folks right next to the freeway on Eagle Road in past years, but they have found a home. They can boast the fact that they are Idaho’s original corn maze and have earned international fame with their Jimmy Fallon maze design back in 2016. This year’s design is Eric Carles’ The Very Hungry Caterpillar. For those adults and older kids that enjoy the thrill of haunted house type fears, they have the Field of Screams.
It’s still hot out right now, but soon enough that will change. The corn is already tall, and the pumpkins are getting bigger by the day. Get ahead of the game and plan a trip to one of these corn mazes and pumpkin patches.
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