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KC PUMPKIN PATCH FESTIVAL

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You've never seen a pumpkin patch like this before! KC's Premier pumpkin patch...1,000's U Pick Pumpkins, Old Barnyard Petting Zoo, John Deere Tricycle Track, Spook-tacular Haunted Barn, Bunnyville, Mine Shaft Hill Slide, Jack and Jill Hill Slide, Corn Crib Play Place, Hay Bale Maze, Pumpkin Express Train, Tractor Drawn Hayrides, Honey Bee Display, Zip Line, Rope Maze, Duck Races, Gord Gun, Pumpkinapolis 500 Pedal Go Cart Track, Yellow Brick Road Train Ride--Join us for old fashion fun!

Open 7 days a week, Sept. (last Saturday) - Oct. 31st; M-F, 9a-3p, Sat, 10a-6p, Sun: Noon to 6p.

KC PUMPKIN PATCH, LLC

KC PUMPKIN PATCH FESTIVAL

Address : 13875 S. Gardner Road Olathe KS
Phone : 913-484-6251   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : info@kcpumpkinpatch.com

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Admission Fee : $6 (under 1 FREE). Military families half price

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