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Fall Fun & Pumpkin Pickin

August 27, 2020- It’s almost everyone’s favorite season—FALL! The time when everyone falls into love with everything pumpkin spice, corn mazes, apple cider, and pumpkin picking. Check out all of the fall fun that are happening in Stark County!

Arrowhead Orchard Fall Activities in the Orchard | September 4-October 25 (Mondays & Fridays-Sundays) | Arrowhead Orchard


All ages will enjoy the 40+ acre apple and peach orchards, pumpkin patches, and Applehouse market. Seasonal “Fall Family Fun” activities in September/October include Pick Your Own apples, pick your own pumpkins, pick your own sunflowers, unlimited hay rides, 2-acre corn maze for children and adults, sunflower walk (in-season September 4-13),  fort delicious, hay mountain, hamster run, tire climb, obstacle course, small grass maze, train cart ride, and so much more! The activities are open Mondays, Fridays, and Saturdays 9AM-6PM and Sundays 12PM-6PM. Admission is $9 per person, $7 for those 55+, and FREE for 2 and under.


Nickajack Farms Pumpkin Days | September 12-October 31 | Nickajack Farms


Open 11AM until 7PM every day September 12 through October 31. Nickajack offers Fall Fun for all ages! Have little ones? Nickajack is a functioning farm, that offers hands on farm fun along with fall themed activities. From walking through a 7-acre corn maze to the socially distanced wagon ride through the pumpkin patch, you will be able to smell the fall air while sipping on a fresh cup of warm apple cidar. Plus, Nickajack Farms also has all of your fall decorating needs in one stop! General Admission is just $12 a person. You can purchase activities a la carte including pony rides and pumpkins.


Kingsway Pumpkin Farm Fall Fun | September 12-November 1 | Kingsway Pumpkin Farm


Kingsway Farm prides itself in offering a family oriented, cheerful atmosphere, free from the dark side of Halloween. Creative, artistic photo ops are displayed throughout the farm. Children can crawl through a long indoor straw tunnel, pick their own pumpkin on the wagon ride, visit the petting farm to feed the animals, and experience the challenging corn 8-acre maze. They have all of your fall decorating needs with all sizes of pumpkins and corn stalks! The farm is open Monday-Saturday 10AM-7:30PM, and Sunday 1PM-6PM. General Admission is $8 and $7 for Seniors 60+ and include all of the activities. Pumpkins are an extra fee, plus a ride on the Kiddie Barrel Train can be purchased for an additional $1. 


Fall Fun at Maize Valley | September 26- October 31 | Maize Valley Winery & Brewery


You do not want to miss this family fun at this beautiful winery in Hartville! Featuring an 8-acre corn maze, wagon rides to the pumpkin patch, straw bale mountain, tire pile, animal train ride for the younger kids, pumpkin cannon demonstrations, goat-a-palooza animal area, chicken area, push carts, pedal trikes, and so much more. Activities will be open from 12PM-7PM daily. Access to the fall activity area will require a pre-purchased admission ticket valid for a 3-hour time period. Tickets are $11 per person (ages 2+) and include most activities, including corn maze. Wagon rides are an additional $5 per person due to the necessity to maintain social distancing. 

Allison Rowe

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Allison Rowe is the Marketing Coordinator for Visit Canton.  She enjoys shopping, spending time with friends & family, going to concerts, and watching football!  Allison can be found trying new restaurants, exploring museums, and hanging out at Canton First Fridays. Have an update or comment about the blog? Reach out at allisonr@visitcanton.com

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