If you're looking to go to a pumpkin patch this weekend and enjoy all of the wonderful things a Minnesota fall has to offer, you might want to start in Wyoming, MN.

Pinehaven Farm proclaims to be the 'Best Pumpkin Patch In MN' voted on by viewers. And, they might be right about that. The farm isn't just a pumpkin patch. It's more like a fall destination.

Some of their attractions include; a zip line for kids, Superslides, Cluck Truck, You And Me Swings, Touch-A-Tractor, Tug-of-War, Charley's Corn Pit, Pumpkin Pedal Trikes, Barrel Broncos, Corn Maze, Gem Mining, Jumbo Jumping Pillow, Keep It Rockin Big Chair, Bertha And Martha Chatty Chickens, Colossal Ladder Ball, Pirate Band, Pineducky Derby, Skihigh slide, Grain Train, Spidee Climber, Barnyard Play Area, Round Bale Maze, Pumpkin Cannon, Trolley Rides, Farfel The Pumpkin Eating Dragon Show, Kritter Korral, Pirate Ship Corn Cannon, Authentic Indian Tee Pee and more.

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Seriously, this place has it all. I'm tired from just reading about all of the fun that's to be had there!

In addition to all of the attractions, there are also several food options. They've got Suzie's Snack Shack which serves up a variety of beverages and other common concession stand food like hot dogs, cookies, nachos and soft pretzels.

They also have Grandpa Wows Root Beer which sells 1919 Root Beer, fresh squeezed lemonade, mini donuts and kettle corn.

Becky's Sweets And Treats and the Quack Shack are two other food options at the farm. They both sell different kinds of popcorn, cookies beverages and hand made crafts.

Need something deep fried? Of course you do! They've got a funnel cake stand whith your choice of chocolate, strawberry or caramel syrup and whip cream on top. Hillbilly Bobs Fry Shack will curb your deep fried cravings with french fries, corn dogs, cheese curds and more.

If you're interested in going, you're encouraged to get your ticket in advance online. There's no guaratnee they'll have tickets available at the door and they're more expensive. Online tickets range from $9 to $15 per person. Kids 2 and under are free.

Season passes are also available for $34 per person. The farm is open Thursdays and Fridays from noon to 6 p.m., Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sundays from 10 a.m. to noon. They're also open on Wednesday, October 20 from noon to 6 p.m. for MEA weekend.

They're located at 28186 Kettle River Blvd. in Wyoming, MN.


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