Cedar Creek Pumpkin Patch opens in Maize

Teagan Redinger, Reporter

Freshman Maggie Millerskow and junior Maddie Millerskow visit Cedar Creek Pumpkin Patch.

Cedar Creek Farm is a pumpkin patch that has just recently opened, located off of K-96 and 119th St. West. The Smith family has decided to open this patch in hopes to offer an environment for families to unplug and connect to each other. 

Freshman Maggie Millerskow, said her family likes pumpkin patches that have good photo opportunities.

“Every year we go to Walter’s Pumpkin Patch and just pick out pumpkins and take pictures there,” Millerskow said.

According to their website, spending quality time with your family is very important to them.

Here at Cedar Creek Farm & Pumpkin Patch, we offer a wholesome family environment where families can unplug, get back to basics, and reconnect with each other.” 

At Cedar Creek they offer many things for you and your family to enjoy other than a pumpkin patch. They offer a corn maze, a fire pit, a barrel train, pony rides, a petting zoo, a corn pit and other activities.

Cedar Creek farm and pumpkin patch has a website so you can look at admissions and the activities you can do while your there. They also list their email, Instagram, Facebook and phone number.