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Loudoun County Pumpkin Patches - Fun things to do with your kids

Real Estate Agent with Samson Properties

Fall is here! One of the best things about fall is visiting a pumpkin farm with your family. Here is a list with links to Pumpkin Patches in Loudoun County, enjoy!

Leesburg Animal Park - Pumpkinville
19270 James Monroe Hwy
Leesburg, VA 20175

Pumpkinville is a fall festival held annually at the Leesburg Animal Park. The Leesburg Animal Park is a great yet inexpensive way to have fun with the family!  They have pony rides, giant tortoises, lemurs, wagon rides and much more on 21 acres of fun.

Great Country Farms
18780 Foggy Bottom Rd
Bluemont, VA 20135

Join them for some family fun on the farm with hayrides to u-pick fruits and vegetables. With their 2,800 sq. foot Pumpkin Jumpin' Pillow, 4 challenging mazes, giant slides, friendly farm animals, catch and release fishing, swings, and even a giant chess set, your family is sure to fill a day with memories to last a lifetime.

Temple Hall Farm Regional Park
15789 Temple Hall Lane
Leesburg, VA 20176

This 286-acre working farm provides an opportunity for children and adults to learn about farm animals and to enjoy the sites and sounds of the farm. Bring a picnic lunch and take a walk on the babbling brook trail over the creek and through the woods. On weekends, join the farm interpreter for a free tour of the farm, then take a wagon ride around the farm. In the fall, get "lost" in the cornfield MAiZE and pick your own pumpkin.



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Patricia Aulson
Realtor - Portsmouth NH Homes-Hampton NH Homes

The prettiest seasib in NH is fall!  All the leaves start to turn, the fairs all start this week, apples and cider are the menue of the day, sunny warm days with cool nights are great for sleeping. I could go on and on. Come visit us in the "Live Free or Dies State of NH...


Patricia/Seacoast NH

Sep 29, 2010 03:27 AM