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Waldvogel's Pumpkin Farm

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Waldvogel's Pumpkin Farm

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Katie wrote a review Oct. 2020
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The actual pumpkin farm is wonderful. Their process for purchasing pumpkins should change. We went out on the wagon to get pumpkins. It was my husband, my adult daughter, my young niece and me. While we were looking for a pumpkin in the patch my husband needed to use the restroom so he said he will go in and purchase our pumpkins and meet us at the wagon drop off. Mind you while he purchased the pumpkins he asked if he needed a receipt. The lady said no it's all good. He was waiting for us to help carry our pumpkins and when we got off, they were directing us to pay. My husband told them he paid and the man was very rude and didn't seem to believe us. Then the other worker says, hey did you pay for those. I went over the story how my husband had to use the bathroom and paid at that time. I asked if he would like us to walk over and confirm with the lady we paid. Which was way in another building. First of all they made us look like fools in front of other customers and never in a million years would we not pay. I like to think that most people are good people, I think we have lost sight of this. We have been coming here for many years since my kids were little and now we are bringing our niece. Next year we are going to try Basses.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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ELKW wrote a review Sep. 2020
United States8515 contributions306 helpful votes
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We went there in late September (26th Sep), the sunflower field is beautiful, with many sunflowers in there blooming stage, and the field is quite large. We are happy to go with kids, and take a lot of pictures in the field. The farm have 2 plantings this year, for the first one, over 80% are bloom, while for the second one, not more than 50% bloom, but just the first log is enough for you to take some beautiful pictures, they also allow each person to pick a sunflower for free, additional is $1 each. (not sure if this free stuff is still available in Oct), Besides sunflowers, they also planted some red/pink/purple flowers on the edge, you can take a look and take pictures. They offer free wagon ride to the pumpkin field that you can pick your own pumpkin, which is $5 regardless of the size and type. There are also pre-picked pumpkin for you to buy which has different price according to the different size. Moreover, you can pay ticket price (which is $11 per person, kids 2 & under is free), then you can go inside to pay their attractions, including train ride, slides, and some games. This farm is good for a family to spend at least half day there.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Mary Ann R wrote a review Nov. 2019
Bear Creek, Wisconsin19 contributions9 helpful votes
This is a very unique place to go during pumpkin season! Great for young kids! Lots of games and attractions for them to play on. It does cost $11.00 to get in, but it is very nice. I would plan to spend several hours.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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484MeganG wrote a review Nov. 2018
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin62 contributions18 helpful votes
We drove quite a ways to visit the farm for my daughters 7th birthday. We met family there and the kids ranged from 7 months to 9 years. The price for entry was reasonable and there was so much to do, including a bounce pad, hay bales, tons of things for climbing, playsets, photo ops, among other things. There are a couple things that cost an additional fee, but those are reasonably priced as well. The food court was reasonable with good food and great desserts. Plan to spend an entire day. We definitely recommend.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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PJRay wrote a review Oct. 2017
Fort Lauderdale, Florida33 contributions10 helpful votes
Even though it was full with others arriving at opening time, we had a really go time. Spent around 4 hours and because the kids were tired from all the running and jumping, we didn't make it into the corn maze😕. All attractions were available on Sunday. Employees were very polite. Also, it did rain the day before and some areas were muddy, wear proper shoes.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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