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Milburn's Annual Fall Festivals

Milburn's Annual Fall Festivals!

Every weekend September 15th-October 28th!
September Hours: 10am-4pm
October Hours: 10am-5pm

Admission Ages 3-59: $10.00 Ages 60+ & College Students with valid school Id: $5.00 Children ages 2 & under: Free

Festivities include unlimited hay rides, corn maze, bale trail, boo barn, MilkySway tunnel, cycle circle, straw jump, tractor tunnel, obstacle bounce, rope maze family challenge, farmyard playground, barnyard zoo & more!
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Apple Adventures will also be available every weekend with different apples varieties each weekend!

September 15th & 16th
Grandparents Weekend
Free Admission for all grandparents accompanied by their grandchildren!

September 22nd & 23rd
Johnny Appleseed’s Birthday
Visit and pose for a picture with Johnny Apple himself! Enjoy fun activities for the whole family & have some of Johnny's Birthday Cake!

September 29th & 30th
Apple Harvest Celebration
Apples Galore! Cider, Pies, Cider Donuts, everything apples! 

October 6th & 7th Pumpkin Harvest Celebration Pumpkins of all sizes, shapes and colors! Fall decorations! Gourds, Corn Stalks, Indian Corn, Straw Bales and so much more! October 13th & 14th Family Fun on the Farm Weekend Celebrate Family Traditions or start new ones….just remember your camera. October 20th & 21st Autumn Colors Weekend Come see the beauty of the fall season on our family farm! October 27th & 28th Trick-or-Treat Weekend Kids in costume will be “treated” extra special by visiting several stations around our farm! 

Date & Time

Weekly on Sunday and Saturday

Sep 15, 2018 through Oct 28, 2018

10:00AM - 4:00PM

More Info

Event Website


Ages 3-59: $10.00 Ages 60+ & College Students with valid school Id: $5.00 Children ages 2 & under: Free

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