When mid-July hits, I often find myself daydreaming about Fall. Is it because Independence Day has passed and I've already eaten my fill of watermelon and hot dogs? Maybe. Is it because by mid-July I am already tired of the heat? Kinda. (I don't like being hot). Honestly, I totally blame my premature Fall daydreaming on one thing...the drive to Country Thunder in Twin Lakes, Wisconsin because I pass The Pumpkin Patch in Caledonia on my way there and back.

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I LOVED going to The Pumpkin Patch when I was a kid. Before my husband and I had kids we still made a stop at The Pumpkin Patch on the way home from our annual trip to Edwards Apple Orchard in Poplar Grove. It's a tradition I love and will continue for years to come, even after my kids are grown.

Now, here comes the exciting news...The Lindberg Pumpkin Patch will officially open for the 2021 season on Thursday, September 16th!

If you missed your annual Pumpkin Patch trip last year because of COVID, please know there are still some COVID precautions in place at the Patch this year too. Some of the most important things to know are:

  • In an effort to maintain capacity, there will be an admission charge of $10 per person (2 and under are free) on weekends only. Admission will still be free on weekdays.
  • Certain attractions may have capacity limits.
  • Guests need to wear face masks if they are unvaccinated, and social distancing needs to be maintained at all times.
  • Hand sanitizer will be readily available throughout The Pumpkin Patch.

For more information on 2021 policies and changes, please visit lindbergpumpkinpatch.com.

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