We went to visit my sister and her family last month in Georgia & of course we had to take the kids to the pumpkin patch. We are spoiled where we live and there are two right here in our backyard but that was not the case in Georgia. My sister had asked around and heard that we should go check out Berry Patch Farms in Woodstock.
Can I just say that our pumpkin patch is awesome?! I say this because though we did love visiting the pumpkin patch ours here is so much better. There is so much more to do to entertain the kiddos than this farm had, but it was still fun to go with the kiddos. They had a small playground that they enjoyed playing on but other than that it was just a short hayride to the pumpkin patch. A lot of the reviews I read complained that the pumpkins weren't grown there but imported in which I could care less about so that didn't bug me. I just wished there had been more to do. And perhaps on a Saturday it would have been a little more exciting but I am glad we went when we did because there wasn't a crowd. I personally am not a fan of crowds. Only negative is they didn't open until 3pm so we had a hard time finding a good day to go. Just another way I'm spoiled here because ours is open 9am-7pm or something like that.
I love these pictures we got of the cousins even though the lighting was awful in the first one. P.S It's hard to get 4 kids age 10m-6 yrs to look at the camera at the same time & smiling! :)
Emily loves the pumpkins and being able to stand up with them.
My sweet little pumpkin:
And one shot of the two of us, too bad she didn't look for the picture :)
I'd kind of like to come out to this patch when it's berry season and see what they have to offer. If you happen to be reading this Berry Patch Farms, you should considering adding some other fun things for the kiddos to do like a corn maze, maybe a bounce house? None the less we enjoyed our time and the memories we created as a family!Pin It