Agua Linda Fall Festival-Amado, AZ: Celebrate the fall harvest with a full day of fun for the whole family! A wonderful way for the whole family to experience the season. $5 per person (Children 2 and under are free) includes unlimited hayrides, petting zoo, bounce house and an evening movie! There are a few other activities for an additional cost, including pony rides and great food. Weekends in October. Find a detailed schedule at www.agualindafarm.net. 2643 E. Frontage Rd., Amado, AZ.
Apple Annie's Fall Pumpkin Celebration-Willcox: Old fashioned family fun! Pick your own pumpkins and fall vegetables, go through the corn maze, and take a hay ride. Festival runs weekends through October 27; pumpkins, produce and orchards open daily through Oct. 31. Festival is $3/person. Admission to the corn maze is separate. Go to www.appleannies.com. 6405 W. Williams Rd., Willcox.
Buckelew Farm Pumpkin Festival and Corn Maze: Take a wagon ride to the pumpkin patch to pick the perfect pumpkin. There is also a corn maze, arts & crafts tent, festival games, petting zoo and pedal cart race track. Open the last 4 weekends in October from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Pumpkin Festival $4/person (includes hay rides). Corn maze admission seperate. Learn more at www.buckelewfarm.com. 17000 W. Ajo Way (approx. 30 minutes from Downtown Tucson.)
Marana's Pumpkin Patch and Farm Festival: Find a perfect pumpkin, try out a corn maze, pet the animals in the petting zoo, or jump on a huge inflatable jumping pillow to work up an appetite for some of the great food available! $10 admission Monday-Friday, $12 admission Saturday and Sundays. Opening weekend is October 5th, and the Festival runs through October 31. Check the website for times and details: www.maranapumpkinpatch.com. 14901 N. Wentz Rd., Marana.
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