The days are getting shorter and the temperature is getting cooler, but the weekends are still packed with fun!
Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Here are some ideas for you to consider!
- Harrison Township Annual Halloween Parade- Saturday October 26, 2019
- 5K Trick or Trot Fun Run Saturday October 26, 2019
- Spaghetti Dinner at Richwood United Methodist Church- Saturday October 26, 2019
- Oktoberfest for Mantua Troop 83 Saturday October 26, 2019
- Harrison Twp PD Trunk or Trot Sunday October 2y, 2019
- Fall Festival at Creamy Acres 2019
- Night of Terror at Creamy Acres
- Heritage Winery Harvest Weekends- Last Weekend!
- Moods Farm Market- Hayrides, Pumpkin Patch, Corn Maze!
- Join us in our 1000th Family Celebration!
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Harrison Township Annual Halloween Parade- Saturday October 26, 2019
Festivities begin at 11 AM Saturday, October 26, 2019! Come early to paint or decorate a pumpkin in the pavilion, play Halloween games or hop on the wagon for a hayride!
Parade begins at 1 pm. All participants in costume judging MUST be registered no later than 12:30 pm. (Registration table will be located in the GAZEBO, near playground this year) — children are grouped & judged by age) Anyone who comes after 12:30 pm is welcome to participate in the parade, but they will not be eligible to participate in costume judging.
5K Trick or Trot Fun Run Saturday October 26, 2019
Spaghetti Dinner at Richwood United Methodist Church- Saturday October 26, 2019
Richwood United Methodist Church Missions Committee is raising money to help with their upcoming mission trip to the Dominican Republic. They will be hosting a Spaghetti Dinner on Saturday, October 26th, from 3:00 – 7:00 p.m. The all-you-can-eat meal features spaghetti, sausage, meatballs, salad, rolls, dessert, and beverage. Tickets will be available in church or at the door and are $12 for adults and $6 for children.
Oktoberfest for Mantua Troop 83 Saturday October 26, 2019
Harrison Twp PD Trunk or Trot Sunday October 2y, 2019
Fall Festival at Creamy Acres 2019
2019 Fall Festival
WAGON RIDE TO PUMPKIN PATCH & KIDDIE CORN MAZE
30 minute round-trip ride around the farm.
- “Individual” patch has pumpkins weighing 4 to 25 pounds; each pumpkin is priced per pound. The Pumpkin Patch & Kiddie Corn Maze is available on Saturdays in September from 10:00am to 4:00pm and Monday through Friday in October from 1:00pm to 4:00pm (HAYRIDES RUN ON THE HOUR).
The KIDDIE CORN MAZE IS ONLY AVAILABLE WHEN YOU TAKE THE HAYRIDE. Appropriate for all ages.
- “Group” patch has small pumpkins weighing 3 to 6 pounds. There is also a small walk through corn trail that the children can do as they enter this pumpkin patch. The cost is $5.00 each to include the ride, the trail walk and small pumpkin. This patch is available for groups of 15 or more weekdays only in October from 10:00am to 2:30pm. This activity must be scheduled in advance. Appropriate for daycare and school field trips.
KIDDIE CORN MAZE
(Available only when taking hayride to Pumpkin Patch)
Try out our Corn Maze, find the answers, and win A PRIZE!
FIELD OF FUN – SATURDAYS ONLY
The Creamy Acres Field of Fun is fun for families with young children, includes: Spooky Straw Maze, Tire Mountain, Straw Mountain,
Corn Pit, Cow Train, Pumpkin Painting, Face Painting, Bouncy Ball and other fun games.
Also, part of Field of Fun are the PEDAL KARTS that you can pedal around a race track… for big kids, little kids & Parents too!
- Available Saturdays (beginning 9/21/19) in September and IN October from 10:00am to 4:00pm.
- Weekdays in October Only from 1:00pm to 4:00pm (Hayrides to pumpkin patch & Kiddie Maze Only)
- Open Columbus Day Monday 10am to 4pm
2019 FALL FESTIVAL ADMISSION PRICES
(children under 2 FREE)
HAYRIDE TO PUMPKIN PATCH & KIDDIE CORN MAZE
ONLY – $5.00 (Child & Adults)
(*Pumpkins are .70 cents a pound
& small pumpkins $3)
All Day Pass – (Bracelet)
Adults – $7.00
Children – $12.00
(3 – 12 yrs old)
ALL DAY PASS
Hayrides to Pumpkin Patch
(*Pumpkins are .70 cents a pound)
Kiddie Corn Maze (Prizes)
FIELD Of FUN
Field of Fun includes the following:
(appropriate for kids 15 and under)
Spooky Straw Maze
(below is appropriate for kids and adults)
Bouncy Ball Fun
Corn Hole Games
Large Checker Boards
Barnyard Walk (Petting Area) & Playground
Night of Terror at Creamy Acres
Located at Creamy Acres Farms, in Mullica Hill, NJ; Night of Terror is the Philadelphia / South Jersey area’s premier haunted attraction. 6 Haunted Attractions include 2 haunted houses, award-winning Ride of Terror haunted hayride, 2 outside walk through attractions and haunted corn maze.
Also on location, is the Haunted Paintball Ride. Shoot at scenes, props and Live Zombies from the safety of your wagon ride seat.
Harvest is our newest attraction at Night of Terror! An ode to New Jersey and the traditional idea of the “Haunt”, Harvest takes it back to where it all began. Cornfields, swamps and broken-down buses are some of the places you will find all of our evil creatures of the night. Even the farm animals get into the terror. Among all of the scary things lurking in the darkness, keep an eye out for the Jersey Devil who has found its new home in this attraction. To our visitors, don’t be fooled by the familiar feeling you get once you enter the Harvest. There are terrifying surprises at every turn!
Heritage Winery Harvest Weekends- Last Weekend!
Visit Heritage Winery on Saturdays & Sundays for their Harvest Weekends. Take in the beautiful fall foliage and enjoy wine by the glass, bottle or flight in the outdoor seating area. Every weekend in September and October there will be live music from 12pm – 5pm. Delicious food from visiting food trucks will be available for purchase. Featuring apple ($1.99lb) picking starting September 21st and pumpkin (.60c lb) picking (starts September 28th) as well as our hayrides (10am – 4pm) around the vineyard.
Moods Farm Market- Hayrides, Pumpkin Patch, Corn Maze!
Mood’s Farm Market is located in Gloucester County, in Southern New Jersey on Rt. 77, five miles south of Mullica Hill and four miles north of Rt. 40. We specialize in pick your own fruit starting with sweet cherries in June and finishing with apples and pumpkins in October. We make apple cider donuts fresh daily (Mon-Sat), and we press our own apple cider in the fall. We have apple picking hayrides in September and pumpkin picking hayrides in October. We take pride in selling quality produce, and giving you a fun experience on our farm.
Pumpkin hayrides are available in October. They include a ride to the pumpkin patch, picking a small pumpkin, a drink of apple cider, and an apple cider donut. It is a family friendly ride with many fun, silly, and scary (but not too scary) things along the path.
Rides may be scheduled Monday through Saturday for school trips or groups of 15 or more people. Please call to make a reservation.
*NEW 2019* Rides are available for individuals and families on Friday afternoons in October (4, 11, 18, & 25). Rides are every hour at 1:00, 2:00, 3:00, and 4:00.
Only 1 time this year – Wednesday October 9 – Rides are every hour at 1:00, 2:00, 3:00, and 4:00.
Rides are available for individuals and families on Saturdays in October (5, 12, 19, 26), from 11:00 to 3:30 – every half hour. Please come about 15 minutes before the ride, to buy your ticket.
We grow small, large, and pie pumpkins. Pumpkins are available for sale in the market or for picking yourself.
At Mood’s Farm Market, we have a fun corn maze. It only takes about 20 minutes, so don’t panic!
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