Studt’s Fall Party Fires Up Saturday
The Grand Valley's biggest pumpkin patch and corn maze get the season started this Sunday.
The Studt’s Pumpkin Patch started over 30 years ago by the Studt family. Now, their son Ward and his family grow corn, wheat, hay, and pinto beans in addition to pumpkins. They also operate a large sheep operation. Every fall they convert their farm into one of the Grand Valley's best places to celebrate the season. Besides the pumpkin patch, there is a Hay Mountain with a slide, Animal Train, Horse-drawn Hayrides, Pony Rides, Petting Zoo, Zip-line, and the Dark Acres Haunted Corn Maze.
There really is something for everyone. The kids will love the petting zoo and the like but for the more adventurous, the haunted corn maze may be more to your liking. The final Sunday of October is their annual Pumpkin Fest with a Pumpkin Demolition Derby, Pumpkin Carving & Smashing, plus candy for the kids. Ready or not October is upon us. It's time for some scary fun! For info and tickets click HERE.