Military Family Day, Girl Scout/Boy Scout Day, Doggy Day, and more. Check the events page on our website for updated list.
* Corn Box
* Farm Animals
* Nature Trail
* Multiple Play Areas
* Hay Climb
* Agricultural Exhibits
* Pumpkin Painting
* Word Scavenger Hunt
* U-Pick Patch
* Pumpkin Barn & Gift Shop
* Schoolhouse Cafe' offering lunch & snacks in our historic one-room schoolhouse
* Parties, Field Trips, & Group Tours Available
Pumpkin Festival Sept. 17 - Oct. 30, 2011. Open Fridays 1-6 p.m. Saturdays & Sundays 10 a.m.- 6 p.m. (Also open Columbus Day, Mon. Oct. 12, 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.) Shop the Pumpkin Barn & Gift Shop for free, or enjoy the other activities for $4.00/person. Ages 2 & under free.
Sept. 19 & 20--Military Family Weekend. Free admission to military personnel and their immediate family when presenting a valid military ID. (Every other day of the season military families receive $1/person off admission with valid ID.)
Sept. 26-27 – Photo Days. Snyder Photography of Elmwood will be on hand from 1:00-5:00 both days to take your fall family photos. No sitting fee and low package pricing – order your photos on-site and they’ll be mailed to you. For more information or to set up an appointment, call 402-994-5605 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Drop-ins welcome.
Oct. 4 – Scout Day. Children wearing any part of their Girl Scout or Boy Scout uniform will receive free admission to the farm!
Oct. 10--Doggy Day. Bring your canine friends (on their leashes, please) for a day at the farm. Doggy admission $4.00, proceeds will benefit the Capital Humane Society. Volunteers from the Capital Humane Society will be on-site with adoptable dogs and information. Dog treats and water will be provided.
Oct. 11 – 4-H Day. 4-H members receive free admission to the farm! (Please wear or bring some kind of identification that shows y - Sept. 20-Oct. 31, 2011
Fri. 1-6 p.m., Sat. & Sun. 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
$3.00/person, ages 2 & under free
From Lincoln: 27 miles east on Hwy. 34 (O St.), watch for big pumpkin sign at 108th St., turn on gravel road and travel north 1/2 mi.
From Omaha: 25 mi. south on Hwy. 50 to Hwy. 34, then 5 mi. east on Hwy. 34, watch for big pumpkin sign at 108th St., turn on gravel road and travel north 1/2 mi.