Pumpkin patches are a familiar staple for the fall season, so 44News checked in with two local farms to see what they have to offer this season.
Goebel farms will be open until the end of October, and officially started Hayrides over the weekend. Owners are very excited about all the free activities they have to offer, including the barn-slide, petting zoo, and hundreds of pumpkins to look at. "We just love seeing everyone come out and bring their families, it's nice to see everyone having a good time," says Owner Jenelle Goebel.
The Gobels are also offering Hayrides, trips through the Corn maze, and Christmas Trees.
Mayse Farm is also now open for their 80th year in business, and they say the have over 20 attractions fall-goers can look forward to.
"I'm the 4th generation owner and I'm just so proud of how hard my grandparents have worked to make a name here in Evansville. This is just a really exciting year," says Rachael Mayse
Mayse Farm offers wagon-rides, inflatables, rat-races, food, and more. "You'll never go hungry here"