I don’t know about you but I’m always ready when September hits. All things pumpkin, bonfires, and flannel shirts – I love every little bit of fall. It is (and always has been) my favorite season. So it should be no surprise that I love me a good fall outing :). And Fall on the Farm never disappoints.
Fall on the Farm is an annual fall-themed event put on by the fine folks at Blooms and Berries in Loveland. Fall on the Farm kicks off in late September and that’s when they typically have their sunflower fields in full bloom. This year (2017) was no exception – the sunflowers were in their peak for the opening weekend (which was September 23/24). Please note – the sunflowers do not last all season. They actually don’t last more than a week or two. If you’re going just to see the sunflowers call ahead and ask about their conditions.
Blooms and Berries is a working farm and they have acres upon acres of land. They make the most of their open lawn area with lots of play structures for the kids.
They have something for kids of all ages. Little ones will love digging and loading in the sand pit and the corn box (under the tents).
And bigger kids (and adults) will love the life-sized Connect Four, giant Guess Who game, and tug of war.
Kids of all ages will enjoy seeing the donkeys, goats, turkeys, chickens, and ducks on the farm too!
Fall on the Farm offers fun on wheels with the Cow Train for littles and a big farm-tractor-pulled hayride for the family.
And trust me when I say that the 7 acre corn maze will prove to be a challenge for all!
Have little ones? There’s a special corn maze just for them too!
Don’t leave without a pumpkin! They have a pumpkin patch hayride that will take you out to the fields. There’s also a pumpkin patch where little ones can choose a pumpkin. And if you want to just play and grab a pumpkin on the way out, they have lots of pumpkins (of all sorts) to choose from at the garden center.
Speaking of the garden center, take a few minutes to browse through their great offerings which include all kinds of jams and jellies, apple cider, fall decorations, a frozen meat case with locally grown offerings, and so much more.
And come hungry! The garden center has a kitchen where they make caramel apples, cookies, and fudge.
There’s also an outdoor kitchen and grill area that serves up locally produced sausages and burgers (and lots of other goodies too!).
Grab your grub and take a seat at the tables under the tents.
And on your way out, be sure to take a look at their gorgeous mums and other fall plants. They have all kinds of fall decor items including corn stalks, hay bales, scarecrows, and more.
Fall on the Farm is at Blooms and Berries Farm Market through October 31, 2017
Blooms and Berries is located at 9669 S. St. Rt. 48 in Loveland
Admission includes: All day access to Hayrides, Corn Maze, Play Area, Kids Corn Maze, Farm Animals, Spookley Story Board Trail, and Sunflowers when in bloom. Admission does not include any pumpkins, merchandise or food.
Ages 2 and up: weekends are $11 and weekdays (M-F) are $8
$2 off admission for Seniors (65+) & Active Military available daily at gate
1/2 Off Toddler Tuesdays: Half price admission for kids 2-4 years old with a paying adult every Tuesday.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. We have been compensated for this post and we also received admission to visit Fall on the Farm in order to gather information to write this post. Regardless of that, know that we only feature activities that we truly love and believe in and this is definitely something we can recommend to you.