Season Opening for Pumpkinville 2017

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Event Date(s): Sat, 09/16/2017 - 9:00am - Tue, 10/31/2017 - 7:00pm
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Pumpkinville Photo by Greg Spako
Curious George Maze at Pumpkinville

A day at Pumpkinville is a fall family tradition for most families in all of WNY.  This year Curious George character will appear two weekends, Sept. 23 and 24, and Sept. 30 and Oct. 1st.  Curious George is also featured in the 10-acre Pumpkinville corn maze! 

A great new attraction is the new train with six cars and a caboose!  It is a trackless train and a new depot has been built to welcome visitors as they board the train.  As always, you can enjoy the hayrides, pony rides, corn cannon shoot, Storyland, cow train, goat mountain and 6 acre corn field maze. Purchase a variety of fresh picked apples or visit the Pick-Your-Own-Pumpkin Patch. Watch them press fresh apple cider! And to satisfy a sweet tooth, there's the brand new on-site bakery, Di's Pies and Bake Shoppe. Watch as pumpkin bread, pumpkin cookies and muffins and pumpkin and apple pies and more are made, then buy and eat them as they come out of the oven.

There are a few new things at Pumpkinville everybody will enjoy, including a new Goat Walk and apple blasters that are 10 times as much fun as the old corn cannons.  There will also be Curious George merchandise available at the Gift Shop. 

The Pumpkinville Grille features hot dogs, sausage, BBQ pork, chili and home-made curly fries available daily, with mouth watering chicken BBQ dinners on weekends.

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4844 Sugartown Road
Great Valley, NY 14741
United States
Phone: 716-699-2205
42° 14' 34.8504" N, 78° 37' 41.8152" W
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