When you think pumpkins do you think peaches? Me neither. That is until I went to The Peach Tree Farm Fall Festival last year. Now, when I think about getting a pumpkin, I will always think of Peach Tree Farm first.
Easy to find, right off of I70, a few miles west of Columbia, Missouri, The Peach Tree Farm has the perfect set-up for Fall Festival fun. The property is beautiful, with enough acreage that even on a busy day you can remove yourself from the crowd and still find a chicken, goat or sheep to talk to.
From giant tee-pees, to numerous small animal enclosures, from the pumpkin patch to many display areas perfect for taking pictures of your kids, The Peach Tree Farm is agri-tainment at its best.
The staff is friendly and helpful and I suspect most of them are part of the family, as this is truly a family-farm. My kids enjoyed the hayride, and I just loved the relaxed nature of the grounds.
I did think the straw maze was a bit of a disappointment. The top is covered which makes it way too dark and scary for my toddlers and way too claustrophobic for me.
We may try some of the other pumpkin patches in our area this year, but we will also reserve a few hours to visit The Peach Tree Farm this month.
The Fall Festival is open seven days a week for the entire month of October.
24863 Hwy. 98, Boonville, MO 65233