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PENINSULA, Ohio - Heritage Farms, 6050 Riverview Road, Peninsula, OH, has seen all manner of agricultural activity in it's 160 year history.
Today, the focus is on pumpkins, daylilies, Christmas trees and decorations -- in combination with wholesome family activities like hayrides, corn mazes, scavenger hunts and the Pumpkin Pandemonium extravaganza.
Live music is offered on weekends throughout the season.
According to the Heritage Farm website, weekend evening hayrides are available.
Watch the video to see all there is to do at Heritage Farms.
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Pumpkin Pandemonium hours:
Saturday and Sunday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. beginning Sept. 28.
Weekdays: Wednesday, Thursday and Fridays: Noon to 5 p.m. for merchandise sales only.
Sunday, Oct. 6, Heritage Farms is hosting a private Indian Guides induction event.
Friday, Oct. 18, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. special hours.
Children Under 3 are free
Children Over 3 and adults – $6 each
Weekend Family Four Pack – $34 (Entry of four people for all activities, includes a hay ride for each person)
Weekend hay rides around the Farm, $3 a ride per person. (Weather permitting on weekend only. Not included in the above admission price)
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