It’s officially fall, even if the warm days don’t exactly feel like it in North Alabama. But if you visit Hidden Rivers Farm in Hartselle this season, those fall feelings are sure to come!
About Hidden Rivers Farm
Last weekend kicked off the fall season at Hidden Rivers Farm. Now through October 29th, when you visit Hidden Rivers Farm in Hartselle, you will find a pumpkin patch, children’s activities, a petting zoo, pony rides and games. But that’s not all!
Climb a tire mountain, go hiking on nature trails, shoot apples from cannons, or go gem mining! Explore the farm’s huge themed maze and all the fun play areas set up around the property. Take home a piece of autumn when you pick out your very own pumpkin from the pumpkin patch.
What’s more, Hidden Rivers Farm is the perfect place to tailgate while the kids burn off all that energy in a safe environment. You won’t miss a second of the action thanks to the tailgate tent with two TVs, seating and cornhole!
Plan your visit
The farm is open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, plus any special events, through the fall season. Visitors to Hidden Rivers Farm can decide among season passes, group passes for 10 or more people or single-day passes.
Passes include access to the maze, nature trails, animal area, corn pit, tailgate tent, bumper balls, game barns, scarecrow making station, pumpkin patch, playground, tire obstacle course and one free apple for the apple cannon.
Farm extras include pony rides, picking a pumpkin, gem mining, animal feed and more apples to fire from the cannon. And if all the fall festivities leave you feeling hungry, be sure to stop by the farm’s kitchen for good food and refreshing drinks!
To visit Hidden Rivers Farm in Hartselle, you will head to 169 Goose Pond Road, which is about eight miles from Summer Lodge Apartment Homes in Decatur! That means it’s about a 15-minute drive away, depending on traffic.
Do you know what else will get you in the fall spirit? Decorate your Summer Lodge apartment! For more local news and fun things to do around town, keep reading our blogs.