Stop by Riehm Produce Farm this fall for Barnyard Fun Weekends, a family friendly way to celebrate the fall!
From September 26 through Halloween, Riehm Farm is open Saturdays and Sundays with twelve activities for all ages.
This year's Corn Maze design is celebrating the Ohio State University's 150th year, along with the College of Food and Agriculture. Inside the maze, take your time and answer all the trivia, or find your quickest route through by sneaking a peek at the map. The maze can last from ten to 45 minutes in length.
Mazes from the past include Scooby Doo, Dinosaurs, Star Wars, and Charlie Brown.
New events this year include steer roping, a giant slide, and wagon ball, where visitors can play a fun, fall take on basketball. Activities at Riehm Farm include hayrides, vegetable launcher, and a pumpkin cannon. Sling shot a number of different vegetables destined for the trash at the targets, then see the large scale launcher—the pumpkin cannon. The pumpkin cannon will be shot off in the back hayfield, while hayrides will give you a behind the scenes look at Riehm Farm's cattle operation. Hayrides circle through every twenty minutes.
Play games such as checkers or the giant games, like Giant Jenga or Connect 4.
Enjoy the animals at Riehm Farm when you see the pig races or watch the goats walk. Pig races run every two hours during the weekend, and you can view the goats as they walk the planks for food! Try your hand at milking a cow or watch the duck races.
When you've had your fill, make sure you take home purchases, including pumpkins, cider, apple dumplings, and kettle corn.
General admission is $10. Children up to two are free. Event hours are 12 p.m. - 7 p.m. Saturday and 12 p.m. - 6 p.m. Sunday. For groups between 20 to 30 people, $9.75 each; 31 to 40, $9.50 each; and 41 to 50, $9.25 each. No pets, please. Staff will be wearing masks for your safety. Masks are required around staff and when six-foot distancing cannot be implemented for safety reasons.
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