The Pumpkin Patch at Yule Forest

Come on out to The Pumpkin Patch at Yule Forest this October for a farm full of family fun! We are a family owned and operated farm specializing in teaching groups about farm life for over 35 years. Starting Sunday, September 30th, come out and enjoy our hayride, petting zoo, science center, featuring farm to table exhibit, various inflatables like our jumping pad, bee house with live honey bees, puppet show, and pumpkin movie. NEW this year is our dinosaur exhibit and hay maze!  Pick your very own pumpkin off the vine or sunflower from the stem from our patches and don’t forget to visit our new Country Store that has homegrown Georgia products! Join us on weekend nights in October for our professional haunt, Fear the Woods. Call or go online for more information.
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Contact Info
Address: 3565 N. Hwy 155 Stockbridge, GA 30281. Henry County.
Tel: 770-954-9356. 
Hrs: Pumkin Patch - Weekdays 9AM – 1PM (scheduled school tours only), Weekdays 4PM-7PM & Weekends 10AM-6PM (open to the public). Fear the Woods - Fri. & Sat. 7PM-12AM, Sun. 7PM-11PM. The Christmas Tree Farm opens Thanksgiving Day, 7 days a week 9AM-dusk.
In October, students can learn all about the world of agriculture, farm life, and more in Yule Forest’s Outdoor Classroom. Students will tour the Bee House, Wild Wild Rabbit Pioneer Village, Garden House featuring the STEM program, and a variety of other facilities at the farm. Exhibits in the pumpkin patch align with Georgia Standards for education. Christmas Tree tours are available during the holiday season. Learn more.
Contact Info
Contact: Susie Grant.
Trip Info
Grade Level: Pre-K – 5th.
Group Size: Flexible.
Activity Type: Day Trips, Guided Tours, Guided Activities.
Recomm. Length of Visit: 1-3 hrs.
Recomm. Ratio of Students to Staff: Varies.
Registration: Phone.
Food Options: Available for purchase.
Cost: Contact for details.

Lesson Plan To Enrich This Class Trip

Farm Lesson Plan

The average American may eat 125 pounds of potatoes each year, but corn is actually America's number one field crop, providing ingredients for cereals, peanut butter, snack foods and soft drinks. Use a trip to an agricultural farm to find out where our fruits and vegetables come from. ... Continue