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Monday, October 21, 2013

Sunday Funday at Dewberry Farm

Thanks to Dewberry Farm for inviting us to visit them in Brookshire, Texas this weekend.  We had a fun-filled Sunday with our kids.  Who knew that this place existed in our neck of the woods?  I did not.  I have been looking for a place to take  my kids to have some Fall fun and come to find out there was a place so close to home.  Dewberry Farm opens at noon on Sunday and closes at Dusk.  We took the small drive.





















GENERAL ADMISSION includes:
Wagon Ride to Pumpkin Patch, 8-acre Corn Maze, Cow Train Ride, Fort DewHickey, Hay Mountain, Giant Roller Slide, Culvert Alley, Black Momba, Singing Chickens, Barnyard Area, Rubber Duck Races, Pig Races, game area at Lake HorseShoo in WindMill Park, Farmer Flinger, Little Farmersville, Corn Box, Puzzle Maze, Hi-Strikers, Tether Ball, SpringTown, and the Armadillo ChooChoo (wooden play train).

There is fun for all ages from small to big.  But if you are worried about the littles, don't.  All littles get in free.  And there are activities for them to do; pony rides, jumping pillows, carousel, slide mountain, pumpkin hollar, train ride, and much, much more.  

And there is a special spot if you have an infant- need to nurse, change a diaper, cool off, or whatever you little may need in THE NEST located close to the front and right near the restrooms and is air conditioned.





















Plan your day accordingly.  We attempted the corn maze, got lost in the maze, determined to find the real exit, and then we lost track of time.  My teen is the only one who conquered the entire maze.  Then we headed to the pumpkin patch.  The kiddos had lots of fun running around picking pumpkins, and seeing the different ones.  There were green, red, orange, and some white looking ones.  Some that looked scary too.





















The pumpkin patch field is the perfect place to have to take pictures with the kids.  All the parents were having little mini photo sessions with their kids.  Some kids like mine did not want to cooperate and did their own thing.  We had a lot of fun but did not get to do it all so we will be back for more fun on the farm.

By the way, this weekend and next weekend happen to be the busiest weekends of the season.  Dewberry Farm is open in October and November on the weekends.

Bring sunscreen or you will get burned.  It cooled off a light was the sun started going down so grab a light sweater.  We got a little muddy in the corn maze but the kids did not mind at all.  Come early and stay late to enjoy the entire farm.








3 comments:

Rose-Marie said...

This sounds absolutely wonderful! We have a few places with hayrides and mazes, but nothing like this. It is worth a short vacation just to experience it!!! Wow!

reina tamayo said...

Que hermoso lugar, estoy muy enamorada , tenemos uno aqui pero no es asi. Que buena forma de pasar el tiempo con los pekes osea en familia . Hermoso lugar por visitar .

lilyk said...

This farm looks very fun. Thanks for sharing!