My kids wanted to go to a pumpkin patch so we did and they enjoyed it. Pumpkin prices are reasonable. 4$ minimum spend then a per pound add on.
The cartoon corn maze was $6 a head which was a little shocking. So for me, a 3 year old and a 4 year old it cost $18. To boot, it was the only event where I had to wait for the tractor a long time and really needed it since it was the end of the day and both my children were exhausted. They liked the corn maze so at least it was fun.
They had an inflatable climb and slide in the barnyard area which my 4 year old loves but they charge a dollar per slide. Given we were just at an event the night before and we had limitless sliding for $5 the Joe Huber Farm prices seemed high. I could understand if there were huge lines but when we were there we were the only ones.
The barnyard area games that cost tickets were mostly cheesy 'throw this, get that' type things. All of them are a 'pass' in my book. Some attendants couldn't even bother themselves to be encouraging or interactive with the kids. I can tell you there was no way my 3 or 4 year old would have been set up to have won anything at any of the small stations. My advice: skip the barnyard area, at least the stuff they want tickets for! The free stuff is better than anything requiring tickets ( except maybe the pony ride) and go for the pick it yourself areas.
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