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Visit Honeysuckle Hill Farm for Fall Fun

House of Fun at Honeysuckle Hill Farm
House of Fun at Honeysuckle Hill Farm
Michelle Lavallee

Fall is coming and what better way to celebrate the season by heading out to Honeysuckle Hill Farm in Springfield, TN. The farm will begin its 12th season of their Sharing Traditions and Making Memories program on September 20, 2014.

Every year Honeysuckle Hill Farm creates a unique corn maze which guest navigate through. This year the corn maze will be about the top country singer this year, Luke Bryan. There is also a smaller corn maze for the kids to navigate through and is also themed to the local country radio station, the Big 98 WSIX. Honeysuckle Hill Farm’s fall activities include a petting zoo, children rides, tractor rides to a pumpkin patch for each guest to pick out a pumpkin to take home with them and the House of Fun. While at the farm, guests can purchase a ride on the zipline that flies over the corn maze for a bird’s eye view. Catch Farmer Jeff with the pumpkin cannon shows at 1:00, 3:00 and 5:00 PM and see how far pumpkins can fly.

When October comes, be sure to visit Honeysuckle Hill Farm for the haunted attractions. Every year the farm will turn itself into Scream Creek for those that enjoy the scare on Friday and Saturday nights. Scream Creek is not recommended for children under the age of 10. Scream Creek will open October 3, 2014. Along with Scream Creek, the House of Terror returns to the farm. Guest can purchase admission to two nighttime attractions for $17.95 or a combo ticket for $25.95. When purchasing the combo ticket guest can enjoy the newest attraction to the farm this year, ‘Zombie Apocalypse Paintball’ and the flashlight corn maze. There are activities for the children at night as well including an evening hayride and the Night of Lights.

General Admission to Honeysuckle Hill Farm will cost $10.95 plus tax per person. Many of the activities on the farm do have additional costs to guests. Children aged 2 and under are free. The farm is open Tuesday through Fridays 9:00 AM until 1:30 PM and reopens on Fridays from 6:00 PM until 10:00 PM; Saturdays 10:00 AM until 10:00 PM and Sundays 12:00 PM until 6:00 PM. Enjoy a great day down on the farm or visit at night for a scream. All the fun comes to and end on November 1, 2014 so be sure to get out there before the farm prepares for winter.