Tony and I finally brought Matilda to our favorite pumpkin patch, Jucker Farm. We had first visited a few years ago and loved it. It was now time to introduce Matilda to Jucker Farm and to all that is involved with my favorite holiday, Halloween.
It’s fairly easy to get to Jucker Farm by train, and before we knew it, we had arrived. It is just like any pumpkin patch in the USA, and in some ways is even better. Matilda is still a bit too young to understand, but that didn’t stop us from maximizing cute photo ops and enjoying the day.
Just as I remembered, the pumpkin patch had great pumpkin beer, sausage and decorations. They crafted many statues out pumpkins, including a large squirrel and deer. The farm is extremely child friendly as well, with pumpkin carving and a petting zoo.
We spent our time enjoying the food and drink and taking photos. I also purchased a few pumpkins to decorate for Halloween. I’ve spent a lot of time collecting decoration ideas on Pinterest and I am almost ready to showcase all of my pumpkins.
I can’t wait for next year when Matilda is a little older. We can start a new Halloween tradition with our little girl.