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Saturday, October 1, 2016

Hamilton's Pumpkin Patch Open Saturday & Sundays October 1 Thru October 31

3 comments :

Anonymous said...

We are headed out to get our pumpkins today, so I think we'll head over to Hamiltons since people have said what a great place this is and it's lot closer than pumpkinville.. Ok let me get this right, coming from coudy, take the switch back just pass the new fire hall, go to the T, take the right, go to the big left hand turn, sign there Hamiltons up there a mile (give or take) ok see you soon!!!! you'll have coffee on??

Anonymous said...

Just got back from the Hamiltons, oh oh what a wonderful time we had!!! picked 2 of the biggest pumpkins they had and couldn't believe the price cheap!!! you don't mind paying that.. the KIDS had a blast drinking coffee and eating, I won't spoil everyone elses surprise of the BIG HAY BALES you will have to see for your self what they made from them all I can say is MAGNIFICENT WOW so so real. Be back another weekend.... I suggest this family day to all, enjoy you kids here love to all

Anonymous said...

How much were the "cheap" pumpkins?