Waldoch Farm Fall Fun!
Minnesota Family Farm with Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze
Let us be YOUR family farm this Fall
|When:||Opens Daily September 19th until October 31st|
|Where:||Waldoch Farm Garden Center
8174 Lake Drive
Lino Lakes, MN 55014
|Hours:||Daily: 10:00am - 7:00pm|
|*last entry to the corn maze is at 6:00pm|
|Age||Day Pass||Season Pass|
|2 and under:||FREE||FREE|
|We are a free parking farm. Groups of 15 or more receive 20% off|
*We take cash, checks or credit card payment
*Children under the age of 11 must be accompanied by an adult at all times
*Sorry, no dogs allowed
Also Included With Corn Maze Admission Any Day:
- Farm Dig Sand Box
- Youth Pedal Carts
- Teen/Adult Pedal Carts
- Pedal Trikes
- The Spider Web
- Mini Maze
- Hay Jumping
- Corn Box
- Farm Animal Barnyard
- Obstacle Course
- And Much More
Available at the Corn Maze on Weekends:
- Face Painting
- Corn Cannon
- Kettle Corn
Each for an additional charge
Admission not required for these Fall Fun activities:
Barn Yard Animals:
Open during business hours, you are welcome to visit our
barnyard, where you will find sheep, chickens, donkeys,
a llama, horses, peacocks, and other poultry.
Complimentary hay rides to the pumpkin patch on the weekends and MEA (October 14th-16th). The only cost is the price of the pumpkins.
Food available on the Weekends by Waldoch Farm
Food will be at the farm every weekend and during MEA week on the 14th, 15th and 16th of October.
Special event at Waldoch Farm Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch
Flashlight Night in the Corn Maze:
On October 24th and 25th until 10pm, the last entry to the corn maze at 9pm
One Weekend Only, No Fright, Only Fun! Bring a flashlight.
After 7pm a Corn Maze wristband will be required for all guests at Waldoch Farm
for the special event. More info on our event page.
Pick Your Own Pumpkin is a long-standing tradition
at Waldoch Farm.
Our family has been growing pumpkins locally on our farm in Lino Lakes, MN, 20 minutes from the Twin Cities, for 4 generations. We invite you to come and start your own family tradition at Waldoch Farm.