For over 16 years Lazy Acres has been hosting pumpkin patches on the farm, what once started off as something small eventually grew into something bigger and bigger every year.
Owner Michael May says this year will be even better because more activities and more attractions will be provided for the enjoyment of families and children.
“The pumpkin patch is great, it’s wonderful for families to come out and have a great day spending some time on the farm, you can spend a good two to three hours here with all the different attractions, we have our giant jumping pillow our 100 foot Mississippi mind slide and this year we have added a life-size foosball game that I’m sure is going to be a lot of fun for everyone.”
May also says after he once experienced a spectacular pumpkin patch he then knew that it was time for him and his wife to build one from the ground up.
“We visited a pumpkin patch on my daughter's first-grade field trip, and we decided to add one here at Lazy Acres.”
May adds that although he was able to bring a pumpkin patch to Lazy Acres every year, it can take weeks and sometimes months to have everything set in place for the month of October.
“We have been working had pretty much all year building different attractions to get ready for tomorrow these last two weeks have really been tough because we’re trying to get everything spruced up looking great for the farm cleaning up everything and kind of tidying up the last minute attractions.”