Press releases and Media Content
October 7, 2011
Now that the temperatures have cooled off, school is in full swing and the colors in the trees are beginning to change, Chicago-area pumpkin patches are ready to help you create fabulous fall memories....
October 24, 2005
Third-generation corn farmer Paul Siegel says working the land will always be his true love. "There's nothing like planting a seed, nurturing it and harvesting it," says the owner of Siegel's Cottonwood Farms in Crest Hill, Ill., near Chicago. But Siegel admits that it is his annual Pumpkin Fest that keeps his farm afloat. Started in 1990, with a pumpkin patch and hayrides, Siegel's fall festival has mushroomed into a full-fledged theme park ...
"Statesville Haunted Prison ... was rated the number one haunted house in the Chicago area. You only have a couple days left, but I'm telling you, it's great."
This ten-minute clip from WGN News shows the sights of our haunted prison, including an interview with farm owner Paul Siegel detailing the history and attractions at Statesville Haunted Prison.
ABC7 Chicago 2010
The nip in the air can only mean one thing: it’s time for pumpkins, apple cider and fallthemed fun. This year, that’s exactly what a local farm is delivering. Pumpkin Fest 2010 is under way at Siegel’s Cottonwood Farm, 17250 S. Weber Road in Crest Hill.
The Bugle 10.17.10