For our Fall Fest in September and October, we he have our famous apple cake that is applelicious! Please no pets in orchards. And next Spring, you'll want to take your children to a free Easter egg hunt -. We follow organic practices, but are not seeking certification. Looking for a local, pumpkin patch, corn maze, hayride, gourds and other Halloween activities in Illinois? Pumpkin Fest open thru Oct. Open: May through October 8am to 6pm, 7 days a week. Zombie Paintball Ride through our Zombie Infested Nursery in our specially designed paintball trailers with mounted paintball guns.
Some pumpkin patch tips for getting the best pumpkin in Illinois this year: If you can, pick yours right off the vine and out of the pumpkin patch. Check out our own gourmet coffee's for sale. Directions: From I-80 take the Harlem South Exit and then at the second light make a left and you cant miss us!. Typically opens the third week of September, check website or call before making the drive 29W310 North Ave. Directions: Abbey Farms is located on the Marmion Abbey Campus at: 850 Butterfield Road, Aurora Illinois, 60502 For specific directions from your location visit our website for a google map! Parking is free and lots of parking. We have a one acre playland area that includes a corn maze, farm animals, straw pyramid, wooden ship, train, and castle, bounce house and inflatable castle weather permitting.
Our farm market is fully stocked with in-season fresh-picked produce and all the fall decorations you might be looking for! It is definitely the most popular pumpkin farm in the Cook County area and was even voted the best pumpkin farm in the chicagoland area. And for a map to our farm,. Directions: See their website for directions. We love to go to the farm, see the animals, have a smoked turkey leg, root beer and fresh apple pie. Fall Program starts late September and runs through October 31; Hay rides to the Pumpkin field on weekends and Columbus Day. The original farm house is a private residence and the barn was converted to an antique mall.
Special programs and attractions, camps, corn mazes, Splash Valley, Oak Orthopedic Ice Arena and events offered throughout the year. Open: starting late August each year. We have over 25 acres of pumpkins! July thru September we offer vegetables. Open: Monday to Sunday 10 am to 5 pm, closed Wed. I was a bit disappointed they different offer a better food selection for the season like kettle or roasted corn. Those copying content from this website and publishing it will be vigorously legally prosecuted.
Please feel free to call for directions. Gourds, squash, mini pumpkins, pie pumpkins. Our fun filled educational tours can not be found elsewhere! Directions: Located 1 mile west of Barrington Road on Higgins Road. Riding Lessons are offered all year in a heated facility. This is a clean, friendly, clever place. Bell Road is west of LaGrange road.
Also, cornstalks, vegetables, gourds, squash, straw bales, fall mums, jams and jellies, apples, cider, honey, Halloween toys, huge 100 lb pumpkins. This brand new haunted attraction has been hidden in the canyons below the Hayride of Horror. Located 5 miles south of I-55 on Weber Road Exit 263 in Crest Hill. This is not a scary haunted place. Mom's Kitchen has hot dogs, chili, nachos, cupcakes, cookies, donuts, hot cider, and of course pumpkin pie. We had a pumpkin carving party at their urban pumpkin patch and everyone had a great time. Addison, Irving Park Online: Harvest Fest at Indian Boundary Park Walk the makeshift patch to find your pumpkins big and small, round and tall and personalize them at the decorating station.
Directions: one quarter mile west of Randall Road, on the north side of Fabyan Parkway in Geneva. Crops are usually available in September, October. Our one-of-a-kind hayride includes a leisurely 15 minute journey through the woods. Open: Monday through Friday 3 pm to 7 pm and Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 7 pm; Farm opens Saturday October 2nd and remains open through December for Christmas trees. Urban Pumpkin Patch near Wrigley Field. Crazy Maze-y: Enjoy navigating your way through our crazy maze-y! Directions: North on Randall Road to Algonquin Road, turn left west 3-one half miles.
Turn north on Richardson Rd. Pony Rides are available on Saturday and Sunday. See how bees make honey in our bee barn, see how the Indians lived in our teepee. We have been coming for three years now, and absolute fell in love with their Amaizing Corn Maize, and also with their kiddie section, that is actually not just for kids. First time here and the apples were ripe for picking! We have U-pick strawberries in June, and Our market is always filled with a delicious aroma that can be smelled right after walking through the door. My family and I were very disappointed with our visit to pick apples. I called first to ask about the corn maze.