Lowell Area Farms Offer Fun Fall Experiences

Lowell is a great place to be in the fall.

When the cooler weather kicks in, we still have plenty of weeks for outdoor fall fun. There is no shortage of venues to explore and enjoy all that this season has to offer.

Here is a list of some of the places for you to check out and and enjoy during the fall months:

Red Barn Market

Red Barn Market is introducing a new “Beyond the Barn” experience for 2023. It features a corn maze, u-pick apple orchard, and Tractor Tire Mountain play area.

Also included is a sunflower trail (opening in September) and u-pick pumpkins (in October) and a barnyard petting farm.

All guests can enjoy a food menu, ice cream, and hard cider on the front porch and back patio. An admission price applies to Beyond the Barn activities. Pre-picked apples and pumpkins are also available.

Here’s what to expect at Red Barn Market this fall:

  • Corn maze (Friday, Saturday, Sunday only)
  • Apple orchard (23 varieties of u-pick apples)
  • Ice cream, food menu, hard cider
  • Sunflower trail (opening in September)
  • U-pick pumpkins (Opening in October)
  • Barnyard petting farm

For more information about Red Barn activities, hours and pricing, visit their website.

Heidi’s Farmstand and Bakery

Located south of Lowell on the corner of Cascade and Alden Nash Ave., this country store is well known for its doughnuts and challenging corn maze.

Loaded with fresh produce and baked goods, you can also purchase fresh flowers, apple cider and pumpkins. A u-pick pumpkin patch is available as well as pre-picked gourds.

Heidi’s has two corn mazes that total 10 acres – a junior maze takes about 20 minutes to complete and a large maze that will take about an hour. Heidi’s is open May through October, and this year’s “African Safari” themed corn maze opens Sept. 15. The corn maze is open 10 am – 5 pm on weekdays and 10 am – 8 pm on Friday and Saturdays. Tickets are required.
Heidi’s is closed on Sundays.

Here’s what to expect at Heidi’s Farmstand this fall:

  • Corn maze
  • U-pick pumpkins
  • Fresh produce, baked goods
  • Apple cider

For more information about Heidi’s Farmstand activities, hours and pricing, visit their website.

Olin Farm

Olin Farm opens to the public Saturdays and Sundays Sept. 30 – Oct. 29 this fall. They have a corn maze and a u-pick pumpkin patch. Enjoy a 35-minute tractor-pulled hayride through Olin’s fields and woods.

There are photo opportunities at the farm with their two Clydesdale horses, Solomon and Moses, and hay bales turned into a Raggedy Andy doll.

Fresh locally made apple cider and doughnuts are available.

Here’s what to expect at Olin Farm this fall:

  • Corn maze
  • U-pick pumpkins
  • Tractor-pulled hayrides
  • Apple cider

For more information about Olin Farm activities, hours and pricing, visit their Facebook page.

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