Find us at Hidden Creek Farm

We packed up the diaper bag and layers to drive up to Sunbury with our next door neighbors, Mike and Mo (Maureen). Lucky for us, they collect fun ideas for us to try (ie: redecorating our entire living room in neutrals, mounting our TV, and now going to a Fall festival).

It was a short highway drive to Sunbury (the farm is right off the 36/37 exit on Cheshire road). I know that there are several of these Fall Fests starting up this time of year and running through October, but I think this one was the perfect speed for us. No crowds, small children (come here if you have toddlers!), easy parking, farm animals, and food!  We don't need the zipline and Alien cornfield mazes yet, but if you want those, try Leeds Farm or the MAiZE at Little Darby Creek.

Here is what we loved...

 Beautiful weather and views of the neighboring farms...the corn cannon...

 Good times with daddy on the flatbeds, in the "Great Pumpkin Slide", and being chased...
Larkyn absolutely loved the corn box. We had to take her out against her will twice. The shy sheep, the baby turkeys, the clucking chickens, and the 2 week old calf were all fun to see. 


Pumpkins!! What a great pumpkin harvest and selection! We could have taken the hayride back to the pumpkin patch to pick our own, but we opted to eat the amazing pulled pork sandwiches from the food truck and get a good lookin' pumpkin from the stand.

The BBQ truck that was there was serving pulled pork and chicken sandwiches, ribs, hot and cold cider, and homemade sides like coleslaw and beans (it was fabulous and I wish I remembered the name of it). The little market had Amish canned goods (we got peach salsa), local doughnuts, and lots of candy and baked goods. You can get apples, squash, and about 100 different kinds of pumpkins and gourds. Admission is $6 over the age of 2, and this includes all activities (but not food).

1 comment:

Schneider 4.0 said...

Um...hello? You were in my neighborhood? WHAT? Well, now at least I know your car drives that far :) He he.

Add Freeman's Farm to the list...animals, hayrides, kettle corn, bonfire with hotdogs & chili, pumpkin pile and great farm market. Free admission but hayrides are $2, and food whatever they charge.

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