Hometown Tourist: Pumpkin Picking

Now I know that our Hometown Tourist posts are usually downtown Toronto based, but hear me out. Sometimes getting out of the city for an afternoon can be just as fun as time spent in our beloved T.O. On Sunday A and I ventured up to Knox Farm, only an hour outside the city, for a little good, clean fun. It is honestly the perfect place for kids, or kids at heart, to enjoy some time wandering the pumpkin patch, getting lost in the corn maze, making some barnyard friends or getting your face painted - which I only avoided because face paint gives me hives! (Personally, I would have gotten cat whiskers.)

Open during the month of October for pick your own pumpkins, and again in December to find the perfect Christmas tree, Knox Farm is a pretty great fall activity. After visiting Chudleigh's last fall, I've decided farm visits are a new annual tradition for me, especially when they involve pumpkin picking. We spent a good half an hour hunting for the perfect pumpkins - which in my case, turned into a quest for the smallest, most adorable one I could find! [Hint: The last picture is of the tiniest pumpkin in the patch!]  

1 comment:

  1. Great pictures and looks like great fun.


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