What is so scary about getting a homegrown pumpkin at a Christmas tree farm?
Well, nothing really, but it sure is a lot of fun. This year Kaleidoscope Farms will be open for a fall festival so customers can enjoy autumn on the farm.
Gourds, pumpkins, decorative pumpkins, Indian corn, baked goods, and honey made by bees right on the farm will be sold. Customers can have good farm fun with a pumpkin sling shot, smores over a campfire and wagon rides. This could also be a great chance to be among the first to tag a Christmas tree and enjoy some apple cider.
The fall festival hours are 10-6 on Sat. Sept. 22, 4-6 on Friday Oct. 5, and 10-6 Saturday Oct. 6.
You can come check out all the trees and new sections that will be open this season. Get a jump start and TAG your favorite tree. You must use a Kaleidoscope Farms tag, all others will be removed. By attending the Fall Open House you will get the first pick of Christmas Trees.
There are thousands of Fantastic Firs, Stylish Scotch, Wonderful White pines and Stellar Spruce trees to choose from.