Pumpkin patch returns to Richmond Country Farms

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The annual pumpkin patch is back at Richmond Country Farms this month.

There are two ways to get to the pumpkin patch: walk out or ride on a tractor-drawn wagon. There will be distancing measures in place on the wagon.

Masks are mandatory for check-in and for riders on the wagon, but optional once in the fields. Dogs are welcome on-leash, but with walk out tickets only—not on the wagon.

Once at the pumpkin patch, people can enjoy the corn maze and food trucks. Each person can select one pumpkin, with the price included in both the walk out and wagon experiences.

Portable toilet facilities are available next to the fields, and they will be sanitized throughout the day. Staff will also be sanitizing other high-touch areas regularly.

Unfortunately, like last year there is no wheelchair access to the pumpkin field. The miniature train and live band will not operate.

Guests must buy a ticket online in advance: richmondsunflowerfest.com/pumpkin-patch-tickets

Hannah Scott, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, Richmond Sentinel

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