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Our 2014 Fall Season will kick off September 20th and end November 1st! Come share traditions and make memories!
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1765 Martins Chapel Church Rd Springfield, TN 37172
1765 Martins Chapel Church RoadUSTennesseeSpringfield37172
Pumpkin Patch, Farm
Pumpkin Patch
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We will open September 20th for our 2014 season!
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"The corn maze is big fun you can walk for walk or play the puzzle."
"The "hayride" was just a big cage and the pumpkin patch was sad."
"I laugh every time I watch the pig races."
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Mari Vega
a month ago
We have been going there for years and the kids always looked forward to it. This experience was not good at all. They are heavily lacking in the organization department. The parking attendants are rude, admissions are not as knowledgeable as before. Also, the snack shack attendants were lazy and rude. The cashier told me they completely ran out of kettle corn, then as I was waiting for the funnel cake, another employee asked if he should make more kettle corn, and the young lady who may have been their team leader said " Did anyone ask you to make it?" He said, no. Then she said, then don't bother. I let that go cause we were content with the funnel cakes. So on to the rock climbing. One of the attendants was so focused on another child making it up to the top that he forgot about my child. He also didn't put his equipment tight enough. His hat kept on falling. We tried to make the best of the trip since we drove a bit to get there but I think it's time we start looking for another pumpkin patch next year. Very disappointed!
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a month ago
Had a lady block my car Jamie d. Was her name the staff allowed it while my 3 kids sat in the car and waited for the cops to show up and give me a sobriety test which I passed. I can't believe what they put my kids through and I'll never go back. The parking attendant that allowed this to happen should be ashamed although I got no apology. We have been there every year but never agai . I'm looking into taking legal action against both parties. I was told this was allowed because its private propert . But I just wonder why if they thought I was intoxicated they took my money to get in and money for the gem find that I paid for. Scandalous!! Rating actually is a 0!!
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a month ago
Eh! If you're on a tight budget this is not the place. It looks good going in. The place is set up nice and clean! While they have some pretty neat things for the kids to do, i wasnt throughly impressed. I thought the cost of entrace covered everything inside the farm. But it cost you more to do most the activities. The atv cow train pull was just going in circles in a grass patch. Definitely need make a better route for that. The petting farm was more; look at the animals from the fence line and if they happen to come up you can give them a pat. The food pellets they were selling were a waste of money. The animals were not taking the bate to come up cause they were tired of it and i dont blame them. (One goat was chewing on a fence post instead, if that tells you anything) but the animals did look healthy and well fed. The "pumpkin patch" was a just a bunch of small pumpkins placed in a field. The bigger pumpkins were displayed at the exit for your choosing. I really rather go pick my pumpkins off the vine then that, cause after all, that is the why you advertise a pumpkin patch. That is the best part i think. The price of the pumpkins per pound was good though. Not having another day to go find a real patch, we did get our pumpkins here. We left feeling a touch disappointed and a little unsatisfied.
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2 months ago
Sign on walk in states open till 10 on Saturdays. Online states open till 10 on Saturdays. We get there and they are closing at 6. And staff at front entrance was rude about the whole situation stating they are trying to help when they hadn't lifted a finger.
tyler broner
3 weeks ago
Nice area. Didn't have any employees around petting zoo. Bees were so out of control couldn't enjoy my son's fieldtrip. The only food they had available were cookies and chips. If you decide to choose this specific pumpkin patch I would bring everything you need for the day and something for bee stings!
Chris S
a month ago
It took 30+ minutes in line to get in. The corn maze was severely overused, with trampled cornstalks, litter, and the same puzzle offered year after year. Nearly all activities (pumpkin cannon, zip line, hayride, etc) required an additional charge. Long lines at the snack bars. The pumpkin patch is just some beat-up little pumpkins strewn around a grassy field. Bathrooms needed cleaning... no soap, no paper towels. The staff is overwhelmed and ambivalent. You would be better off taking the kids to the playground or a hike a State park.
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Tracy Dixon
2 months ago
Its a great place for the kids.. Every year they put in something new and it's family owned and there Wonderful people once you meet them. Will continue to go every year..
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Cameron Fry
a year ago
This place has some fun options, but overall, the experience flirts with rip-off criteria and is run by staff who are foreign to good communication and organization (this coming from others I know, not just me). The people at admissions have little to no idea when special events are taking place and don't exercise basic customer service practices. If something comes up, they don't offer refunds or trade-ins (which essentially is salt on the wound of their miscommunication and lack of organization). Trust may read good reviews from others, but believe me: you don't get any bang for your buck. It be good for casual fun, but as a group leader, it's plain-ol'-frustrating.
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