Monday, October 29, 2012


One of the great things about fall in Virginia is the plethora of pumpkin patches available.  We've tried most of them, but this year found a new one that's even closer to home and had no crowds at all!  Mason was going to miss his 4 R's pumpkin patch trip this year due to a family trip so we took the boys all out of school early one day to try Ticonderoga Farms.  We drove up and there were maybe 10 cars in the lot!  This place had it all, slides, tractor rides, teepees to play in and unique wooden playground equipment, as well as fire pits to roast s'mores, and a patch to pick out your own free pumpkin!  We stayed for hours and closed the place down!  We love Cox farms but it is always crowded and I feel like it is so big that the kids could easily get lost.  Here they could run around and I didn't feel like I had to keep such a close eye on them.  It may be our new favorite place, at least until other people find out about this hidden gem!

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