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Gibson's Green Acres Dairy, Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch

We partnered up with Gibson's Green Acres Dairy, Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch. This is their first year doing a pumpkin patch and corn maze. Honestly, I felt they killed it! All their pumpkins are “specialty” pumpkins and are super unique. After picking pumpkins you weigh them on the scale. Plus, they have all sorts of activity passes you can buy. Something for all ages. My kids loved the giant slide and even went by themselves all the way down. Multiple times. I thought they would get tired climbing up all those stairs…but they just kept going and going. Apparently

Black Island Farms | Pumpkin Patch

Black Island Farms is one of our favorite Pumpkin Patches in Northern Utah and we'll tell you why! (See our past post here.) Corn maze, corn pit, pig races, slides, slides, slides, hay bales, train ride, animals, tractor ride, music, lights, oh, and our favorite, you can pick any pumpkin you want on the tractor ride. Even if you can't carry it. They have people for that. You pick it. They cut it, and carry it back to the tailor. The kids LOVED it! Black Island Farms also has a scary corn maze. As we were leaving, the older kids

Black Island Farms Pumpkin Patch | Syracuse

A group (and when I say "group," it was a small gathering of 100 souls) got together to go to the Black Island Farms. Last year I signed up, but put the wrong date in the calendar, so this year, I was not going to miss it for the world. I even brought in some back-up to help. Somehow, out of those 100 or so people, I was one of the very last ones to show, because I was late. I always used to tease my friends that were always late. Now, I'm one of those friends. Luckily, they were
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