Pumpkin Patches and Corn Mazes

Where are you looking for pumpkins this year?

If you haven’t been looking for pumpkins yet, you must try the Carpinito Brothers Farm. It’s located south of the city down in Kent and has over 20 acres of farmland.Pumpkins A perfect size for large groups, I went with a small portion of my family which was about 15 people. They had a seemingly endless supply of pumpkins and tons of variety. All you need to do is grab a wheelbarrow (they have ready for you) and load up on all the pumpkins you can find! The farm also provides the most wonderful selection of fresh produce and a pretty massive corn maze. Each year is a new design and this year’s design is a Sasquatch. Carpinito Kid ZoneThough, at $10 a ticket my big group decided to take a walk across the street to the Farm Fun Yard. This side of the tracks is the place to be if you’re bringing the little kiddos along. The whole area is filled with oddities, fun, and games. You can see quite a few of the farm animals they have, a mega sized pumpkin weighing in at 788 pounds, and kids can play in a ginormous corn pit. Yes this is literally a huge pit filled with just corn and the kids loved it! Kiddie GamesThey also have a play set inside and on the outside of the grounds you can find the kid friendly sized corn maze.
Kiddie Corn MazeKids can also race ducks down channels using levered water pumps and give a go at ropin’ some cows. All in all Carpinito Brothers Farm was such a fun place to spend time with family and friends and get into the fall spirit. I highly recommend a trip down to this farm for your pumpkins this Halloween!

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