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Govin's Corn Maze open September 23rd through October 28th

It's time for another amazing season of Fall Fun at Govin's Farm in Menomonie!

MARK YOUR CALENDARS because Govin's will be OPEN for the fall season starting Saturday, September 23rd. The farm will be open to visitors every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday through October 28th.

Activities at the farm include:

• 11 Acre Corn Maze • Pumpkin Patch • Wagon Rides • Farm Babies (Sat & Sun only) • Flying Farmer Zip Line • Hay Jump • Giant Slide • Yard Games • Corn Pit • Mini Golf • Apple Cannon • Pumpkin Cannon • Farm Animals • Photo Opps & More! • Flashlight Maze (after dark)

After running around on the farm, getting lost in the corn maze, and shooting pumpkins from cannons, don’t forget to hit the concessions stand for amazing fall treats!

This year’s lineup of delectable seasonal eats includes Apple Cider Donuts, Donut Sundaes, Warm Pretzels, Kettle Corn, Caramel Apple Blossoms, Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, Brats, Chips, Cookies, S'mores, Apple Cider, and other assorted beverages. Nothing is better than a fall picnic on the farm!

The farm is a perfect date night, girls' night, family outing, and field trip! We welcome 4-H clubs, youth groups, school groups, scouts’ troops, company gatherings, and more.

We look forward to seeing you on the farm this fall!

ADMISSION INFO: $13.00 + tax (Children under 24 months free)

ADD-ONS: Pumpkin Cannon - 1 shot for $3.00 Apple Cannon - 3 shots for $3.00

Pumpkins, Gourds, and Squash for sale prices range from $1.00 - $10.00.

PLEASE NOTE: Anyone under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult while at the farm.

Corn Maze 2023

As many of you know we pick a theme that connects with our family and this year is no different. This years theme is in honor of family and friends that are dealing with Parkinson's Disease. Like so many illness and diseases it is hard to watch loved ones lives change so drastically. A portions of this years income will go to support The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research

From the Govin's Farm Facebook page.

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