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Siegel's Pumpkin Celebration in Patch Online

Siegel's Pumpkin Celebration in Patch Online

Posted: September 15, 2014

Opening day for Pumpkin Fest at Siegel’s Cottonwood Farm is Saturday, Sept. 20.

The fest is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily through Saturday, Nov. 1, at the farm, 17250 S. Weber Rd., Lockport.

Pumpkin Fest is “affordable fun on the farm,” according to the Siegel family Guests are invited to bring the entire family to enjoy activities for all ages.

General admission tickets includes over 20 fun attractions including petting zoo, hayrack ride to the pumpkin field, train rides, haunted barn, slides, and two cornfield mazes.

Tickets are $12 per person on weekdays and $14 on weekends. As a thank you t members of the military, anyone with an active-duty military ID will get into the farm for free. During opening weekend, military families can also enjoy the farm for free.

Families are invited to work their way through 15 acres of turns, curves, and dead ends or fun in the corn maze showcasing the 100th anniversary of Chicago’s Wrigley field. Or if you’re not up for that, the Spookley’s two-acre cornfield maze is for you!

Pony rides, Zombie Paintball Ride, Jumpin’ Blob Jamboree, Gem Mining, Climbing Wall and Spooky Spiral are available for a small additional fee. An array of food will be available, from smoked turkey legs to homemade pies, along with Siegel’s famous root beer.

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Originally posted on September 15, 2014 by Patch Online.

Yearly Cottonwood trip

November 27, 2023

Reat times here ever year! Just a suggest of a fast refill line to skip the wait.

Jodie Payne

Fall Fun

November 27, 2023

We have visited twice before and enjoyed our time. There is much to see and do and fun for the whole family. The food was good too. Thanks for the memories!

Henry Walters

Fun time

November 27, 2023

We enjoyed visiting your farm. My Grandchildren loved climbing on all the wooden attractions. I wish their was more “Ride attractions “. For the children