Lazy P Farm’s Fall Farm Festival
Sponsored by Humboldt County Chamber of Commerce Open every weekend in October at the Lazy P Adventure Farm on Grass Valley Road in Winnemucca, Nevada
Opening of the Fall Farm Festival is quickly approaching. Every weekend in October (Oct 3-31), we will be providing the best family fun around. Bring the whole family for down on the farm good times. Click on Plan A Visit to see dates, times and activities. We look forward to seeing you here at Lazy P Farms.
Two Corn Mazes – 6 acres of fun! Pick a few Pumpkins! Hop-Hop in the Bounce House – Visit our Petting Zoo Ride the Cow Train and Pedal Carts – Crawl in a Corn Box Climb the Hay Mountain-See Antique Tractors – Challenge your fears in the Barn of Terror. Little Tykes: Wander a Hay Maze!
Fall Farm Festival open every Saturday and Sunday in October from 10 am to 6pm on Saturday and 11am-6pm on Sunday. Flashlight Maze Friday and Saturday nights from 6:30 pm-10:30. Last tickets sold one hour before closing. Weather permitting. Dress appropriately for cold weather.
Did we mention a Haunted House? Join us for a shockingly frightening “Farmers Harvest-Barn of Terror” haunted attraction. This is not for the faint of heart. The legand has it that the barn is haunted by old Eli Slaughter. If you dare, venture through the barn and see if the legand is true. Bring your friends as this is not a place you want to go alone. Open October 17, 24, 30, 31. 6:30 pm-10:30 pm. Bring warm clothes.
Hundreds of Pumpkins! Bring the entire family and search for the perfect pumpkin from the hundreds of pumpkins actually grown here on the Lazy P Adventure Farm. Pick from a variety of sizes and types that were hand-planted by local volunteers. You won’t believe your eyes!
The Fall Farm Festival is agricultural-related, featuring educational displays and interactive activities for children and their families. The Lazy P Adventure Farm is a start-up family operation striving to share our passion for farming and agriculture with our guest. Our objective is quite simple; we want children to have fun while learning. Students can put knowledge into action while interacting with live farm animals, challenge their critical thinking skills navigating our maze, experience “agriculture in process” as they observe and learn about growing corn and pumpkins, and to just simply utilize all their senses to form a memorable experience on the farm.
We believe it is important that children understand the importance agriculture plays in their everyday lives.