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Start your family tradition today and Come Home to the Farm! Free admission includes finding your perfect pumpkin, visiting with farm animals, petting the goats in the goat pen, romping in the corn bin, exploring a playground with unique structures including a pirate ship, hobbit hole, sand box and lots of hay in which to play.

See how bees make honey in the bee barn, explore the way Native Americans lived in a tipi, learn about antique farm equipment in the machine shed and visit our unique gift shop. For an extra fee you can wander through the corn maze. On weekends, you can take a hayride, train ride or have your face painted, for a small fee.

Don't forget to take home some of Grandma Dollinger's famous homemade fudge. This is a real deal, an actual pumpkin farm in a country setting. We can't wait for you to Come Home to the Farm.

Pumpkins & More:
Come and find your perfect pumpkin for carving, decorating or making a pie. Whether you like tall ones, round, smooth, chunky or warty, Dollinger Family Farm has the pumpkin for you. There is also a wide variety of gourds, squash, corn shocks, straw bales, mums and mini pumpkins.

4-Acre Corn Maze:
Find your way out of our four-acre Corn Maze! You can test your navigational skills in Dollinger Family Farm's Maize Maze. Each year there is a new design, can you guess what it will be this year?

Hay Rides:
Take a ride around the farm and up the hill for a panoramic view of the farm along with a story told by your guide.

Playground & Corn Pit:
Slide, jump, run, climb, even tumble in huge hay piles. Sail in our Pirate Ship, conquer the Castle, sift the sand in the sandbox, hide in the Hobbit Hole or climb on the Fire Truck. Adults will want to join in the fun, too!

Farm Animals & Bee Barn:
You can see a variety of farm animals at Dollinger Family Farm. Cuddle with a rabbit (weekends) or pet a goat. Visit with sheep, pigs, a calf, turkeys, and ducks. The bee barn boasts an observation beehive. Learn how bees make honey right here on the farm.

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