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Granny Mae's Pumpkin Patch At Granny Mae's Pumpkin Patch we have created six unique patches - Munchkin Land, SuperFreaks, Land of Giants, Gourd Grove, Full Moon Farm, and the Pumpkin Patch - where we grow pumpkins and gourds in every shape, color, and size imaginable.

Everything grown at Granny Mae's Pumpkin Patch is planted by hand and is never treated with herbicides. Because of this, every stage (from picking, painting and carving, to pies) is safer and healthier for your family.

From sing-alongs on the trolley ride through Scarecrow Meadow to roasting peanuts over an open-fire, the beloved fall games and activities so many of us enjoy return every year at Granny Mae's Pumpkin Patch.

Located 6 miles west of Wilson, Kansas: Interstate 70 Exit 199, Travel South 3 miles, West 2 miles, and North 1/2 mile

Activities:

Granny Mae's Maze & Scavenger Hunt
Belly Acre's Old Fashioned Candy
Cider House
Jack's Place Concessions
Baley Park
Treasure Hunt
Patche's Gift Shop
Harvest Barn
Trolley Rides through Scarecrow Meadow
Kernal's Carnival Games
Pumpkin Hollow
The Haunted Forest
Granny Mae's Fly-Over
Barrel Train Rides
Roasting Peanuts and Marshmallows
Sing-alongs
Live music
Bonfires
Prairie Trail
Pumpkin Lane


Admission: THERE ARE NO ADMITTANCE FEES FOR GRANNY MAE'S PUMPKIN PATCH
Hours: OPEN WEEKENDS in October OPEN SATURDAYS 10-6 AND SUNDAYS 1-5
Address: 3871 198TH Street Dorrance, KS 67634 USA
Phone: 785-483-9667
Our Email: GRANNYMAESPATCH@GMAIL.COM
Our Website:www.grannymaes.com

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