Fall is in the air as Cedarwood Pumpkin Patch opened for the season on Saturday.
“Our opening day went really well,” said Cedarwood operator Lucas Patterson. “The weather was beautiful and we feel like everyone is just excited to be able to have something to do this fall. Guests seemed to enjoy our new and improved pedal track, taking pictures on our new 1950’s children’s carousel, as well as all of the other activities we have open this year.”
Other attractions are: a corn maze, two petting zoos, a country store, country kitchen, corn crib, cornhole games, fun boat, pumpkin train, old-timers house, tire city, super slide, fire engines, bonfires, and hay climbs.
Cedarwood provides a fun, enjoyable, and safe experience for guests of all ages.
Social distancing and masks are encouraged due to COVID-19. Hayrides are canceled.
“We have added hand sanitizer stations at each activity as well as staff cleaning and sanitizing throughout the day,” said Patterson. “Guest are also reminded to practice social distancing and wear masks in certain areas when possible. Due to social distancing, we decided to not do the hayride this year, but everyone still gets a pumpkin.”
There is pumpkin patch that guests can walk to or pumpkins are available in containers so guests can grab one on their way out.
“We are super excited to celebrate our 20th year and we cannot wait to see everyone this fall,” said Patterson.
General admission $11 for ages 3-10 and $13 for ages 11 and up. Children 2 and under are allowed in free with an adult admission (one child per adult).
Bonfires are offered on Friday and Saturday nights, as well as live music on most Saturday nights, and includes hotdogs, marshmallows, chips and a drink.
Fires are lit at 6 p.m., unless requested sooner. With general admission, the bonfire is an additional $4.
Cedarwood Pumpkin Patch is open until Nov. 1 on Thursdays from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., Fridays from 8:30 a.m. to 9 p.m., Saturdays from 9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Sundays from 12-5 p.m. It can be reached at 931-939-3960.