RBR offers Pumpkin Patch field trips on weekdays Late September - End of October. Matt takes each group on a walking tour of the farm while giving an educational talk. Participants learn interesting facts about pumpkins from planting to picking and learn about the many varieties of pumpkins. They get to see antique tractors and feed and pet our animals. Field trips and the education portion are tailored to the age of the audience. The tour lasts approximately 20-30 minutes depending on age and attention span. After the tour, kids are free to do all of the activities on the farm. Most groups are here 1.5 to 2 hours. Field trips include all activities except the barrel train and corn cannon. Scheduling the barrel train must be included with your registration for staffing purposes.
Minimum group size is 20 participants. Small groups may be combined with other small groups to allow more people to enjoy the farm.
Kids must be chaperoned at all times. Young children must have a chaperone accompany them in the corn maze.
Your group is welcome to bring a picnic lunch.
Field trip admission:
$5 per child without the barrel train
$6 per child including the barrel train
$5 per accompanying adults and children (ages 2 and up).
The corn cannon is $1 per shot.
Out of season field trips are available and also include an educational tour. RBR is a working farm, so there is always something interesting to see and talk about. Out of season tour content varies and can be tailored to your group’s interest by visiting with Matt.