This sponsored post was written by me on behalf of Kelsay Farms. Regardless of compensation, all opinions are 100% my own.
Fall Break is this weekend for some (including us!) and if you’re looking for something to do, I highly recommend visiting Kelsay Farms to experience fall on the farm.
There’s so much to do, plan to spend the day on the farm. In fact, we could have easily spent the day there, with so much to keep the kids actively entertained and learning.
- 7-Acre Corn Maze & Scavenger Hunt (with Prizes!)
- Baby Calves & Cows
- Corn Crib (play in corn!)
- Corn Hole
- Hay Bale Mountain
- Hay Ride
- Hop Dots
- Moo Choo Express
- Straw Play Area
- and More!
Their huge Hay Bale Mountain isn’t just a mountain of hay bales. There are tunnels and slides to keep the kids busy for a long time. In fact, I had to drag mine away.
And, I’ve heard many complain this year about the cost of pumpkins due to the drought. Kelsay Farms has pumpkins priced according to size and the $1-2 pumpkins are well-sized. In fact, my two smallest both picked $1 pumpkins to carve for our porch, but since they are pie pumpkins, they’d also make delicious pumpkin bread!
We learned a ton! Throughout the farm you’ll find signs with fun facts, such as how a corn maze is made and how much cows eat.
Friday and Saturday evening, bring your flashlight to try the Corn Maze in the dark until 10:00 PM.
Kelsay Farm Admission
- General Admission: $8
- Children 1 and Under: FREE
Admission includes every activity. The only additional fees are for pumpkins and/or snacks.