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The Fall Festival at Fox Hollow Farms

Kick off the first weekend of October at Fox Hollow Farm!

The Fall Festival at this popular Issaquah farm has become an annual traditional for many families in the Pacific Northwest. Not only will you find your perfect pumpkin, you can find your way through the corn maze, meet the friendly farm animals, explore the haunted forest, ride the ATV’s and so much more! This year, the Fall Festival will even be featuring new activities including pumpkin bowling and a scenic hay ride around the farm. Your experience at the Fox Hollow Farm won’t be complete without a sweet treat! You can enjoy the hot buttered corn, pumpkin pie, and a variety of drinks including hot apple cider.

The Fall Festival will run from September 28th to October 27th on Wednesdays, Thursday and Fridays-Sundays. The weekend sessions will run from 10:00 to 4:00 and the weekday sessions will run from 10:00 to 3:00. A weekend admission cost is $50, which includes up to 7 people in one car. The weekday admission is $10 per person for anyone over the age of 12 months. Lastly, a tractor ride is $4 per person. If you are looking for something more, you can join in on the Halloween Carnival. This carnival welcomes all ages for trick-or-treating around the farm and Halloween-themed games and activities! The carnival costs $50 per car, up to 7 people per vehicle. To book your reservation, purchase your tickets online today!

Round up the family and head to the farm for a fun time and lots of memories!


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