We went to the farm on Oct. 19, 2013 & my kids were really looking forward to it. The farm was extremely busy & when we first pulled up to the gate we were directed to the opposite side of the road from the pumpkin patch. We had to park really far away from the entrance. There was no handicapped parking of any kind available in the lot we were in. We were with my elderly mother who cannot walk very far distances so we had no other choice than to have her wait in the car for myself & my kids. This was not a good start to the day. The pumpkin patch was quite a walk through the tunnel under the road & we opted to not even go over there, as we would have had to haul the pumpkin back with no wagon or anything. My kids were upset about having to leave their grandma in the car, a long walk even from a restroom, so we opted to just pick flowers & head on back. I observed most people in our parking lot returning with no pumpkins, either. It was a real let down. I would suggest that next year the farm have pumpkins to purchase on both sides of the road, & to let people know ahead of time that there is no handicapped parking. Anyone in a wheelchair would have certainly been left out, & it really stunk to have my mom wait behind instead of participating. Shame on ya'll.
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