SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb (KNEP) This Saturday the Adams Family Pumpkin Patch in Scottsbluff is hosting a flashlight corn maze event.
This Saturday the Adams Family Pumpkin Patch in Scottsbluff is hosting a flashlight corn maze event. (source KNEP)
The yearly flashlight maze event will be held from 7pm until 10pm this Saturday evening.
The Adams family urges you to bring your own flashlight for the maze, marshmallows for the fire and closed-toe-shoes for the a-maze-ing event.
To get that extra boost of energy from jumping on the bounce pad, you and your family are provided snacks and beverages as you walk the corn maze or sit by the bonfire.
Last year the flashlight event brought over 400 guests. This year glow sticks will be offered to the first 100 guests.
The pumpkin patch is open weekdays to school field trips, lowering the price to half off. Kids have the option to pick their pumpkins,slide down the haystack, ride the train, race tricycles, play in the sandpit, jump on the bounce pad and wander into the corn maze.
“Kids don’t have many options when it comes to having fun. The fun-yard gives them that.” says Cheryl Adams, who created the family business over twenty years ago. The patch started off as only pumpkins but when their family grew they began the fun-yard and watched as families created memories on their patch.
This year, things are run a tad different. The hailstorm that hit Scottsbluff this past summer damaged crops and fields, including the Adams Family Pumpkin Patch. Though the patch received storm damage that didn’t stop them from staying open. The pumpkins that survived the storms are placed and kept inside for customers, however you can still walk around the patch and select the pumpkin of your choice.