Fall Festival

Fall Festival

Open daily from the end of September until Halloween, the Fall Festival is a unique outdoor experience that’s fun for the whole family. The number one Murphy’s Fall Festival attraction is a wagon ride to the pumpkin patch, where visitors can roam the endless rows and multiple varieties of pumpkins in different shapes, sizes and colours. There is sure to be a pumpkin for everyone, no matter your preference!

Over the years, we have created a fun outdoor play area for children where they can use their imaginations and experience fun outdoor play. It is a safe area with games, play & climbing structures for kids of all ages. Some activities include:

  • Bouncing Pillow (weather permitting)
  • Obstacle Course
  • Mini Maze (for the little ones)
  • Corn Maze (a challenging maze for the adventurous)
  • Corn Trail (an easy walking path for the younger ones)
  • Pumpkin Cannon Show | Weekends Only 11:00am, 1:30pm and 3:00pm
  • Mini Town
  • Mini Train Tractor | Weekends Only
  • … + More activities being added throughout the Fall.

Admission

Weekday admission is $7.00/person
Weekend admission is $12.00/person (includes pumpkin cannon show and other exciting weekend activities)

Admission includes all of the above mentioned activities along with the wagon ride out to the pumpkin patch where Pick-Your-Own Pumpkins are available for $1.50 or $6 depending on size.

If you’d prefer Murphy’s do the picking for you, we offer plenty of pre-picked pumpkins on our front lawn.

Please Note: The Fun Farm Yard is open from 9am – 5pm with the last admission to the activities area and wagon ride to the pumpkin patch at 4pm.

Dogs/Pets and smoking are not permitted on the property.

Rain and Bad Weather:
All Fall activities are outdoors and will continue in rain or shine. For safety reasons, our Bouncy Pillow will not be open on rainy days.
Please note that our farm is usually cooler and windier due to the open farm fields. We suggest having children dress appropriately for the weather and have them layer up. Don’t forget your rubber boots!