PUMPKIN PATCH HAYRIDES and DAYTIME FUN BEGINS SEPTEMBER 26!W PP Banner pp hayrides

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FARM ADMISSION $15.00 per person includes: HAYRIDE TO THE PUMPKIN PATCH, CORN MAZE, INFLATABLE BOUNCE, KIDS PLAYGROUND, ROPE MAZE and ANY SIZE PUMPKIN YOU CAN FIND IN THE PUMPKIN PATCH. (one per admission)

FARM ADMISSION WITH ALL OF THE ABOVE BUT NO PUMPKIN $10.00

KIDS 3 AND UNDER FREE WITH A PAYING ADULT.

Everyone entering the farm needs an admission ticket.

 WE ALSO HAVE SPECIAL PARTY PACKAGES AVAILABLE.  More Info

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We have other exciting activities available:.   There are PONY RIDES for $5.00,

Pan for treasure at our GEM DIG and keep the gems you find!  ($7.00)

Test your aim with our CORN CANNONS!  ($5.00)

FRESH BAKED PIZZA AND OTHER REFRESHMENTS AVAILABLE.

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Bring the family for a fun filled afternoon.

OPEN SEPTEMBER 26 and 27 and EVERY SATURDAY and SUNDAY in OCTOBER.

 11 AM to 3:30 PM

 

 

 

 

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FALL PARTY PACKAGES for BIRTHDAY PARTIES or any occasion beginning SEPTEMBER 26 and 27 and every SATURDAY and SUNDAY in OCTOBER.

W PP Boys with pumpkinsPackages include HAYRIDE TO PUMPKIN PATCH, PICK YOUR OWN PUMPKIN, CORN MAZE INFLATABLES, ROPE MAZE and OTHER ACTIVITIES.   PLUS….. PICNIC TABLES RESERVED FOR YOU UNDER OUR PAVILION.

CALL 215-860-6855

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SLEEPY HOLLOW is located at 881 Highland Road Newtown PA 18940 and is across from WASHINGTON CROSSING NATIONAL CEMETERY

W PP map FROM 95: Use exit 51 (New Hope) Go north on Taylorsville Rd. At first light, turn left on Woodside Rd.  Stay on main road which becomes Dollington Rd.  Follow to stop sign.  Bear left on 532 S.  Turn at the 2nd road on the right. (Highland Rd)  The farm in the 3rd driveway on the left.   FROM NEWTOWN: Follow 532 North to Highland Road (approx. 3 miles).  Turn left and go to the 3rd driveway on the left.

FARM PRESERVATION

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In 1995 William and Eleanor Gunser chose to preserve their beautiful 230 acre family farm so that it will continue to contribute to Bucks County’s rich agricultural heritage for generations to come. The property has been farmed by the Gunser family since the 1920’s.