No tricks, only treats at Blooms and Berries Fall on the Farm!
One of our favorite fall events is back for another October of hayrides, farm animals, pumpkin patch, bounce pad, FC Cincinnati corn maze, garden mums and treats!
Located in Loveland, Blooms and Berries has opened up the entire playfield of activities for kids and adults to get into the fall spirit.
When you first arrive, hop on your hayride to head back to the pumpkin patch/corn maze between crowds. The FCC maze includes a scavenger hunt full of fun soccer theme items to find. Wear your boots! It can get muddy back in the fields.
Everyone’s favorite bounce pad gets the kiddos moving to classic Disney songs while the farm animals bray and kick to the tune of their own beat. Races around the Barnyard 500, zooming on a figure-eight bumblebee, feeding goats and tasting cookies keep the kiddos happy while the beer garden offers a refreshing drink for the adults on the weekends.
Weekday visits are our favorite! Avoid the weekend crowd with your toddlers on half-price Toddler Tuesday or send the kiddos with grandma and grandpa for half off Grandparents Thursday. Tickets are sold exclusively online, grab yours here.
Pumpkins galore, take a hayride out to the pumpkin patch and corn maze or stay back and find a variety of gourds and pumpkins. Our tiniest friends can bustle over to Percy’s Little Pumpkin Patch for $3 pie pumpkins while mom or dad peruse the pay-by-the-pound selections.
For this event, I wanted to hear straight from our six-year-old what she thought about Fall on the Farm! We spent hours skipping around from activity to activity, seeing fall through the eyes of a child tells a magical, mystical tale.
What was your favorite Fall on the Farm activity?
E: Sliding down the tube! The bee ride, too, it was so fast!
Did you find all the soccer scavenger stations in the corn maze?
E: Yes! It was a little hard but mostly fun!
How many pumpkins do you think Blooms and Berries sells?
E: 100! Or 200.
What was your favorite bakery treat?
E: M&M cookies!
If you could have one farm animal as a pet, which would it be?
E: It would be a llama because it would look cool!
Last question, make it count! What would you tell your best friend about Blooms and Berries Fall on the Farm?
E: It was great and it blew my mind, all of it, even the maze!
Blooms and Berries is open daily 9a-7p through October 31. Inclement weather vouchers will be provided at the discretion of the farm. Tickets must be purchased online before your visit.
Blooms and Berries: 9669 S State Route 48 Loveland, Ohio 45140