Blog: Fall Fun at the Burch Barn
Lauren Seifert, Washburn County Staff Writer
It’s that time of the year again where the temperatures slowly start dropping and the leaves paint a vibrant canvas across the landscape. When you’re out with the family soaking up all the beautiful colors, be sure to stop by the Burch Barn for all kinds of family fun!
The pumpkin patch is opening on Saturday, September 26th this year, and will continue to be open on weekends this fall from 10am to 5:30pm on Fridays and Saturdays, and from 11am to 5:30pm on Sundays. Tickets are only $6.00 per person, and any little ones under the age of 2 are welcome for free. Grain Train rides are also available to rent by the whole cart, with a maximum of six riders per cart, for an additional $10.00.
All the wonderful activities will endlessly thrill the kiddos with bounce houses, a giant corn pit, derby horse and pedal car races, a petting zoo, and even a 100ft gunny sack slide. The property also boasts a five acre American Flag corn maze, as well as super fun new basketball shoot and board hockey games for all the competitive folks out there.
If you work up an appetite between activities, lunch at The Feed Bin features Babycakes goodies, nice warm drinks, and wonderful fall food. One can never go wrong with a caramel apple or some warm cider!
A recent post on social media by the owners detailed the precautions they have put in place this year for the health and safety of all. They encourage families to do what they feel is best for them, and respect all of your personal choices during these uncertain times.
Make the most of your 2020 fall season by stopping out to enjoy all the fantastically fun sights, smells, tastes, and activities The Burch Barn has to offer!
For other ways to enjoy Washburn County this fall, visit our Fall Color Page.