Field Trips

​​​Teachers
You are invited to bring your class out to our farm this fall.  It is a place for kids to see a farm during the harvest season, see how pumpkins grow and have a great time doing so with their classmates!


Admission is $3.00 per student.  This fee includes admission to the patch, hayride & a small pumpkin. This admission fee does note include the haunted house.


These rates are applicable to schools/groups who make reservations on weekdays before 3:00 P.M.
Admission for teachers and chaperones is free! 


Attention Middle School Teachers!
Check this out...
 Our Eleven Acre Corn Maze!
This is a perfect challenge for middle-school aged students.
Admission fee is $7.00 per student.  This fee is for the large maze and ONE TIME THROUGH THE GRUESOME GRANARY HAUNTED HOUSE!
Call for more information.
701.610.9564



  Teachers/Groups
   It generally works well if you split the kids into five groups if you have enough adult supervision for each group.


   Station One: Spookley's Trail, Straw Bale Mountain, Rope Climbing Spider
Web, Pumpkin Pitch, Bean Bag Toss!!!

   Station TwoPumpkin Shack & Cook Car-Kids may purchase items if they would like 
to at this station.

   Station ThreeTwo Acre Spookley Corn Maze-(Small corn maze only)

   Station FourPumpkin Hoop Toss,  Straw Maze, Goats, Chickens & Pumpkin Bowling, 
Halloween Golf, Conk the Crow & Stuff the Scarecrow, and the Corn Kernel Silo!!

   Station FivePumpkin Rolling, Gunny Sack Races, Halloween Match Game, Skee Ball & 
Pumpkin Tic, Tac, Toe, Duck Racing, and Jack-o'-lantern Jump Bounce House!


 
Most groups plan to spend approximately 2 hours at the patch.  

Several schools/groups also bring a sack lunch to enjoy at the patch!


Students must be supervised at all times in the patch! 

Teachers... come have your students learn about a small piece of North Dakota history.

   Come and check out an original Nelson Family "Cook Car" used in the late 1800's.

   This restaurant on wheels was pulled from field to field during the days of threshing.