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Maxwell’s Pumpkin Farm Review

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With autumn in full swing, Maxwell’s Pumpkin Farm opened its doors for the 2023 season offering over 40 activities for people to enjoy.

 Maxwell’s environment provides a great place to bring kids and enjoy farm and animal sights. Going to Maxwell’s as a kid was one of my favorite things. I loved the fall atmosphere with the corn maze, animals and choosing a pumpkin to take home.

As years passed Maxwell’s retained the lively atmosphere by adding more things to do for older kids and grown-ups such as paintball, apple cannons and mazes. Older kids may enjoy things such as paintballing, apple cannons, sunflower fields, and corn mazes.

With Maxwell’s goal to create a family place, going again now made me realize that I had way more fun as a kid since I have outgrown all my favorite things. The fun provided for the kids appears much less enticing to older kids since everything seems projected for younger audiences. With a $20 entry price and almost $10 per activity, the price can push away some visitors.

Overall I recommend Maxwell’s as a place to visit with family and friends. The memories to be created are endless. Parents and Kids both will have a great time even with the high price, which makes the visit worth it.

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About the Contributor
Ethan Tilson, Writer
Hi I'm Ethan, this is my third year on staff and I'm in the Sandie Band. I love spending time with friends and working on cars.