Animal EDventures Park & Safari is hosting its second annual Spooky Safari & Pumpkin Patch, located in Boynton Beach. On Wednesdays through Sundays from now through the 31st, guests can go through a Halloween themed safari where they get the chance to greet, learn and feed animals like sloths, birds, kangaroos, and more. Photo ops are decorated with pretty pumpkin patches (there are no pumpkin sales, they are only for pictures). Children can get Plastic Pumpkin Carriers that are filled with yummy treats and toys. Costume and photo contests run weekly. Visit https://animaledventures.com for more information.
In Boynton Beach, off Lee Road is another gem, Bedner’s Farm. The farm will be hosting their fall festival from now to the 31st, which will include a pumpkin patch entrance, an Animal EDventure Park experience, a tractor ride, corn maze entrance, and sunflower field entrance-picking not included- for $22 per person. The festival will also showcase henna tattoos, balloon animals, food and retail vendors, and either live music or a DJ depending on the day.
Oct. 15, 16, 22, 23, and the 29th at Hampton Pines Park, on 7800 Hamptons Blvd, welcome explorers to trek this haunted trail. Not to worry, though you’ll be guided by ghost hosts throughout the experience to make sure no one gets left behind. For guests 5 years of age and up. Tickets are $7 per person and $ 10 per fast pass.
Families will enjoy Pinto’s Pumpkin Patch at the Farm. Running from Sept. 25 to Oct. 31, this all-age farm provides a variety of outdoor activities. Activities include one pumpkin, a pony ride for children 70 lbs & under, meeting animals from the petting zoo, a magic show, a pedal boat ride, and one pumpkin to decorate. There is so much to do that it’s no surprise people would want to come back for more. Masks are required. Visit https://pintosfarms.com/events/pumpkin-patch-regular-admission-27-99/ for more information.