“This is a sponsored post for US Family Guide on behalf of Blooms & Berries Farm Market.”
We spent the day having tons of fun at Blooms & Berries Farm Market. When I say spent the day having fun I mean the ENTIRE family had fun which is a feat in itself! We drove past the house around a slight bend to the huge Farm Market and greenhouse area. We saw huge piles of gourds right away.
The actual market was filled with all sorts of yummy food and Fall decorations. Local products like honey and syrup were among some of the items available along with a unique display of Candy through the Decades.
As soon as the kids heard there was a corn maze off they went! I had to yell for them to slow down so I could catch up and take more pictures along the way.
They had lots of fun finding all the items on their card to punch and it was just the right amount of time to keep them from getting bored or frustrated! This is important for parents with four children ranging from 3 years to 13 years!
All four of the kids loved running around exploring all of the fun activities from climbing to sliding to hoop tossing. Riley and I got our pictures taken in some farm animals for fun!
The spider web was a hit with the boys. They loved the challenge of climbing on it and it wobbling and moving.
One of the coolest features to Blooms and Berries is the hayride to the pumpkin patch. I have been on a number of hayrides at different farms but this one was tailored to the younger kids. Every 10-20 feet there was a large wooden critter that the children could look for and were encouraged to point out and yell, “I spy a …”! This was great to keep Lil’ Red occupied and sitting still waiting to point out the next creature he saw. It made the hayride fun and went by much quicker for the older kids and adults alike.
Of course visiting a pumpkin patch without picking out the largest pumpkin just wouldn’t due. We told the kids they could pick the largest pumpkin they could carry.
We grossly underestimated the weight that each of our children could carry! Eldest, Princess and Big Red all picked out ginormous pumpkins. Lil’ Red said that he wanted a tiny pumpkin back at the farm!
All in all we all had a great day at Blooms and Berries Farm Market!