Some of us prefer the summer heat, bright sun, and ice-cold treats that come included in the package. Others can’t wait to bundle up in scarves and sweaters and order their pumpkin spice lattes. Wherever you “fall” in between that divide, we bet you’ll agree on one thing: Halloween rocks! Prepare for a terrific fall season when you go pumpkin picking at Down on the Farm in Rainsville.
About Down on the Farm in Rainsville
They’re not just about pumpkins! Field trips, birthday parties, and a corn maze shaped like Spider-Man—Down at the Farm knows how to make the most of the season. When you visit them, you can look forward to activities like:
- Navigating corn mazes;
- Playing on their playground;
- Feeding goats; and
- Going on the cow train.
Who else wants to ditch whatever they’re doing and just roam around a pumpkin patch? You can’t see it, but we’re raising our hands! Luckily, pumpkin picking at Down on the Farm in Rainsville awaits.
They open soon on Sept. 25 and close after Nov. 6. Their hours run from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturdays and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sundays. When it comes time to drive over, their address is 2257 Heaton Road in Rainsville. Ticket pricing for pumpkin patch visits starts at $9 per person, plus tax. You can call 256-638-6200 with any questions!
Fall weekends? They just got better! You can “pumpkin spice” up the season when you go pumpkin picking at Down on the Farm in Rainsville.
Then, when you get home, you can decorate your Willow Creek front door with your new pumpkin. Whether you prefer the simple, original version or you plan to carve a creative jack-o-lantern, we know it will look amazing!
If you’re still looking for your home sweet home this season, check out our floor plans, features, and photos here. Finally, learn more about local news, events, and things to do on our blog all year lon