1. McCracken Farms' Great Pumpkin Patch 701 white road, Brockport NY
701 White Rd, Brockport, NY 14420, USA
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Mc Cracken Farms' Great Pumpkin Patch is a fall staple!
Open every weekend in October 11AM-5PM - Come to their woodland village to create memories with your friends and family. Enjoy making crafts in the cozy crafts building, pet farm animals, play on the tire hill and play area. Enjoy a wagon ride to the authentic great pumpkin patch where ANY PUMPKIN YOU PICK and can carry out IS INCLUDED in the price of admission of $10/person, kids under 2 are free.
You can enjoy a quick lunch from the snack shack and other cheap activities throughout.
*Service animals are allowed with proper vaccination papers/tags. Please keep pets home**
⚠️⚠️ Disclaimer.. the first weekend will have live reenactments with black powder cannons and muskets. Please be aware of those with sensitive sensory. ⚠️⚠️
Powers Farm Market is a well loved local farm with fresh produce and a plethora of animals! They offer food dispensers throughout the area to feed the animals. While there, be sure to check out the famous Powers tepees! These are free to enter and such a fun spooktacular place to explore in the fall.
To learn more about Powers Farm Market, head to our website: https://rochesterplaybook.com/powers-farm-market/
Northampton Park is a Monroe County Park that encompasses Springdale Farm and the new Alpine Adventure Zone!. If heading to the farm, the playground near Springdale Farm is the first thing you see upon entering the parking lot but there is so much more! Check back here for details regarding the farm as they develop with the ongoing changes of the pandemic. Note, dogs are allowed at Northampton Park but not within Springdale Farm.
To learn more about Northampton Park and Springdale Farm, head to our website: https://rochesterplaybook.com/springdale-farm-at-northampton-park/
Pick N Patch is a popular spot to buy pumpkins and establish family traditions. The farm has a variety of activities available- some are free and some come with a wristband purchase. They are open for summer and fall activities.
Cost: Fun Seeker Band – $12, Adventure Band- $10, Corn Maze Entry ONLY – $7, 12 Apple Blaster Shots – $5
To learn more about the Pick'n Patch, head to our website: https://rochesterplaybook.com/pick-n-patch/
Powder Mills Park offers year round fun. The fish hatchery is a unique and peaceful experience of feeding fish and the sledding hill is excellent! Playground, Pavillion, Fish Hatchery and Sledding are all driving distances from one another. There are 3 seasonal restrooms: (1) Off Park Rd by Rand Lodge (2) off Woolston Rd by Powderhorn Lodge (3) Off Woolston Rd next to the Oak Tree Lodge. Also nearby, you can find the historic mushroom house with its unique architecture.
To learn more about Powder Mills Park, head to our website: https://rochesterplaybook.com/powder-mills-park/
Ladue Alpacas welcomes groups of any size to visit by appointment. Feed the herd of their beautiful alpacas, hang out with mini goats and take a walk on the fairy path! Seasonal alpaca-fiber crafts sessions can be added to your tour upon request and alpaca gifts available as well. Contact Kim via their Facebook page to schedule your visit, $10/person
Alpaca Yoga also available during the summer months!
LaMora Farms is an adorable little farm stand in Ontario with u-pick Sunflowers and much more! At the gazebos there is fruit, veggies and baked goods to buy. You can use the cash box or venmo to pay. Beyond the gazebos is a chicken coop (bring quarters to feed them), as well as oversized games!
To learn more about LaMora Farms, head to our website: https://rochesterplaybook.com/lamora-farms/
Picking apples is a wonderful fall tradition and there are many spots to choose from in the greater Rochester region! Apple picking is available July – October depending on location.
Find the complete list on our website: https://rochesterplaybook.com/u-pick-apples/
Schoen Place is probably one of the most popular spots to stroll the canal in Rochester. With many dining spots, Ice Cream, Lock 32 Brewery and shops, it’s a go-to walk on a summer’s day. This spot also often hosts free summer concerts and is a great spot to feed the ducks.
To learn more about Schoen Place and Pittsford Dairy, head to our website: https://rochesterplaybook.com/schoen-place-pittsford-dairy/
The Buffalo Zoo is well-balanced with indoor and outdoor exhibits that showcase the animal's large enclosures and charming brick architecture at the 3rd oldest zoo in the United States. Two lion cubs were born in March of 2021 and are a treat to see! Visit multiple times and watch how fast they grow and mature.
Double D.A.B is a beautiful farm offering pony rides, scenic trail rides, and petting farm tours with friendly faces to greet you. Check out our page for more details on this adventure!
Hemstreet Farm Llamas offers a unique animal encounter and tour around the historic Hemstreet Farm property housed on the Buffalo Creek Reservation of the Seneca Nation. The farm features over half a dozen gentle and intelligent llamas. Choose between a barn visit or trail hike with llamas. Next, head over to Hamlin Park and enjoy a picnic lunch alongside the colorful playground. End the day at Taste Bistro for a tableside s'more experience!
Check out our full coverage of this farm at http://wnyplaybook.com/hemstreet-farm-llamas/