Harvest of Pumpkins

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HARVEST OF PUMPKINS 2017 begins Sept. 23rd - October! Cottage Lane Pumpkin Patch is a u-pick-em pumpkin patch that offers a hayride to the field, corn/feed maze, hay bale maze, farm animals to see shopping in the barn and more!

Hayride, U-Pick-M Pumpkins, Corn/Stalk Maze, Hay/Milo Maze,
*Miniature Horse/Cart Rides - Sundays Only,
*Petting Zoo-Oct. Weekends Only,
Moonlight Maze - Evenings Mid to Late October,
Ongoing Scarecrow Contest-Cast Your Vote!

Stroll thru the Original Hog Barn & Chicken Coops filled with Fall Decor, Country Crafts and Cottage Lane Candles!

Enjoy a Fun, Family filled Day, in a Peaceful Country Setting!

A Registered Kansas AgriTourism Business.

Saturdays 11-6 and Sundays 1-6 - Through October.
Weekdays by Appointment.
Field Trips and Group Tours Welcome!

*Visiting Businesses Charge Separately.

Harvest of Pumpkins

Address : 1001 W. 15th Ellis KS
Phone : 785-726-2490   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Additional Notes : Location: I-70 Ellis Exit 145. Turn West @ Stoplight Then South @ 110th Ave. (off Old Hwy 40) We are on the Left Past the Creek! Happy Harvest!

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