Back to Nature- Visiting the Pumpkin Patch

Fall is the best time of the year! I love the changing leaves, the pumpkin spice lattes, sweaters, boots, and crisp air.

There are so many things to do this season. Our family visited the pumpkin patch at Yule Forest

You have to park in a little grassy area

You can pay online or when you get to the gate. We paid at the gate. It’s $10 per person this season and it comes with a hay ride and a free cute little pumpkin.

There is an old country store where you can purchase things for your home

How cute is this sign?

There are also a few food stands out here

There is a bee house that sells honey and shows you a bee house with all the bees inside.

They also had a storytime section

They have a few cute rustic southern elements around this place. It reminds me so much of old south before all the new construction.

There were 4 areas for the kids to jump around. Zahara had fun jumping but she wasn’t too excited about the the slide. They also had a hay maze.

Growing up, I always remembered doing the hayride! I was excited to take the girls on the tractor.

The ride dropped us off at the petting area where we could get close to the animals. There was also a small area to wash hands

Overall we had a fun. The only thing I would change is more food options and a few more games for the kids. Thanks so much Yule Forest

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