Fun on the Farm
McHenry County farms offer family-friendly fall activities.
? All Seasons, Woodstock – U-pick apples and pumpkins, corn maze, petting zoo, hayrides, bakery, market and Country Kitchen, September and October.
? Cody’s Pumpkin Festival, Marengo – Homegrown fruit and vegetables, U-pick pumpkins, corn maze, corn tunnel, hayrides, barrel rides, tractor track and food/beverage, September and October.
? Harms Farm & Garden Center, McHenry – Pumpkins, squash, gourds, Indian corn, firewood, apples/cider, pumpkin train, corn maze, animal zoo, Nessie’s Nest and haunted walk, Fall Fest opens October 1.
? Richardson Adventure Farm, Spring Grove – World’s largest corn maze (Cubs/World Series is this year’s theme), zip line ride, pumpkins, kids’ play area, wagon rides, ORBiting, food/beverage and picnic areas, September and October.
? Royal Oak Farm Market, Harvard – Giant and ornamental pumpkins and gourds, hayrides, the Royal Oak Express, petting zoo, carousel, playhouses, Country Kitchen, apple barn and bakery, plus the new Amaze ‘N Apples, the first-ever apple tree maze, mid-August through mid-November.
? Stade’s Farm and Market, McHenry – Fun house, corn maze, barrel train, combine rides, hayrides to the pumpkin field, cattle trailer maze, petting zoo, pumpkin cannon and free live entertainment, September and October.
? Tom’s Farm Market, Huntley – Pumpkins, pony rides, face painting, farm animals, corn maze, homemade fudge, baked goods and Tom’s Country Café, September 30-October 31.
? Von Bergen’s Country Market, Hebron – Pumpkins, farm animals, squash, gourds, Indian corn, mums, a corn maze, children’s maze, pumpkin barrel ride, craft corner, seasonal vegetables, jams and honey.