Jaker’s Jack-O-Lanterns is a great fall adventure for families, with an affordable price. This fun location has corn mazes, big slides, a spook alley (under the slides), and a huge corn pit. We spent some time digging in the corn pit, but our boys loved the slides. They are two huge pipes set up. We liked that there was one that was steep so it went fast, and one that was slow…perfect for our little one. The spook alley wasn’t too spooky. Our four year old and seven year old went through and didn’t seem too scared. Everything was family friendly.
We went through both corn mazes and took a tractor ride around the pumpkin patch. We also spent a lot of time looking at the animals in their little “petting zoo.” They had goats, miniature donkeys, and pigs. The pig weighed 600 pounds. We were amazed at how huge he was! See our photo below.
We ended our time by buying a few pumpkins. They had a lot to choose from and we felt like we got a great deal on them, too. 5 average pumpkins for $13. Can’t beat that! This pumpkin patch used to be free back in the old days when our oldest was a toddler, but it now has a $5 admission fee for everyone 3 and up. That is still a pretty good deal for families, and the perfect price for preschool age children!
We spent about 1 1/2 hours, and our boys were not happy about leaving, but it was naptime. If you are in the area, we definitely recommend this fun pumpkin patch. It is located at 400 S 950 W in Springville. If you take the 400 S exit off 1-15, and head east, the pumpkin patch will be on the left… you can’t miss it!