Festive Fall Activities Family friendly pricing without any hidden charges! FREE animal feed FREE Hayride FREE PUMPKIN FOR CHILDREN! Fall Harvest at the Hinchley's is a special time of year. The days are getting shorter, corn is drying and pumpkins are ready to be picked. Along with the daytime farm tours, Hinchley's extended their hours. Weekend visits for a farm tour are 10-4, and weekdays with reservations. Evening farm tours, hayrides, and group parties are available with reservations. The excitement always seems to build around Halloween!
FALL DAIRY FARM TOURS include a FREE PUMPKIN* for every child. Enjoy a day at the farm, milk a cow, gather eggs, hold, pet and feed farm animals, and then head to the hayride to pick a FREE pumpkin* from the 4 acre pumpkin patch. Your hayride will go through the fields and stop at the pumpkin patch. EVERY CHILD gets a free pumpkin*! The only thing that we request is that each child pick one that they can carry. In other words, size appropriate.
Many families, Scout groups, Youth clubs, Neighborhood organizations, return annually to
Hinchley's Dairy Farm so their children can choose their own pumpkin and learn about agriculture too. Making this visit an annual adventure will enable the children and students to learn more as they grow about the world around them. Their are farms all over producing the food on their tables, fuel in their vehicles, and clothing that they wear.
*PUMPKINS ARE FREE TO CHILDREN BUT THEY MUST BE ABLE TO CARRY THEIR OWN.
Suggestions for a GREAT FARM VISIT
Fall tours include a hayride to the pumpkin patch to pick a FREE pumpkin.* Don't forget your camera, the opportunity for family photos are everywhere on the farm and in the fields. BUT PLEASE DO NOT SELL OR USE THE PHOTOS WITHOUT PERMISSION.
October weather can be unpredictable. Visitors at times can wear shorts and sunglasses, but other times they may want to wear warm sweaters and mittens. However the weather, the animals will be waiting to greet you in the barnyard. *Pumpkin Patch RULES 1. Everyone must be able to carry their OWN pumpkin. 2. Walk in the patch there are many pumpkin vines. 3. Stay with your group. 4. Return to your wagon after finding your pumpkin. 5. Please don't go into the corn field. 6. Have FUN!