All Seasons Pumpkin Patch Corn Maze Woodstock
Where is it at?
All Seasons Pumpkin Patch Corn Maze
14510 Route 176
Where are we going today?
There is something so lovely about crunching those Fall leaves and knowing you're about to enjoy a super fun family day out at a farm, and All Seasons is just that!
All Seasons Apple Orchard is a beautiful pick your own apple orchard in Wodostock, Illinois.
Here, there are over 11,00 apple trees that grow around 12 varities of apples - pretty cool! Just grab a basket, and let kids see how many they can collect! It's great for them to see where their food comes from too.
All Seasons Apple Orchard also have a pick your own pumpkin patch, so when those Halloween decorations start to pop up, you know it's time to go and find the BEST ones you can! In fact, they have around 6 types of pumpkins, and they are perfect for baking too. Pumpkin Pie anyone?
Then come Labor Day - the fun REALLY begins!
If you just love animals, then head on over to the barnyard, because there are hours of entertainment to be had! Say hello to the animals in the petting zoo, or watch the goats climb up the sweet goat bridge!
There is a giant jumping pillow for those active kids to see how high they can jump, or you can challenge each other to a race in their pedal karts. Sounds amazing!
With a zip line park, tube slide, tractor tires and giant swings, there really is a ton of kids fun at All Seasons Apple Orchard!
Don't forget to visit on the weekens for the pig races!
The 12 acre corn maze pops up, with 3 miles of pathways, and even a lookout bridge. Do you think you have what it takes?
SO much fun - now all we have to do is just head on over and enjoy it!
How much does it cost?
- AdultsPay per activity
- ChildrenSame as adult
- Free Under: 2 years
When can we go?
Hours vary on the day so check before you go
Season begins late August
Kids will just LOVE it at the orchard, and they love having classes visit. They have 3 different tour options, and each offer a hands on learning experience!.
From the Country Kitchen, Farm Market to Bakery, those rumbling farm loving tummies won't be hungry for long! Country Kitchen is great for BBQ pulled pork, burgers, pizza, and sides, and you can enjoy it outside in the picnic areas if you want!.
There are healthy options in the Country Kitchen, and don't forget the apples you picked will be delicious! .
Any Top Tips?
Most barnyard activities are available on weekdays, but cow train, bouncy houses, magic shows and pig races are weekends only.
Need a little extra help?
Speak to staff about any disabilities you may have, and they will be happy to help!.
Strollers are allowed everywhere except in the orchard and in the wagon. There is an area to park strollers.
Your admission includes a wagon to the orchard, and the bag of apples you pick!.
What people are saying?
by Karen Doh
There is so much to offer here whether you're here on a date, with children or family members. The staff is so sweet and helpful and really help make the place very enjoyable. I highly recommend coming for the pumpkin picking, apple picking, fun music, petting zoo, rides and playground, corn maze, or just for the scenery! Oh, and the cider donuts are fantastic!! We'll be back next Fall
by Pastor Chris James
The donuts are awesome. What a great way to relive a family memory with my family. Came and loved corn maze the orchard and have I mentioned the donuts? The pumpkin patch the slide the games the apples… Complete awesome day. thank you for a great family memory.
by Angelica Chan
Let me start off by comparing the two years (in a row) that I've been here. I went to this orchard last year with only one child + 2 other adults and we loved it so much we came back. We got a 1/2 peck bag with our admission fee. It is a nicely spaced farm with tons of activities for the little ones: zip lining, cute little cow train, inflatable slides, jumping pillow, corn maze, etc. There is a pumpkin patch, you pay per lb. Did not do it either years. But this place does have good (hot and cold) apple cider, doughnuts, and doughnut a la mode (YUM!)....Read More
by Ron Mittlestaedt
I've been to LOTS of different apple orchards over the years, and this one is on my "definitely won't return list." We went there because it was a weekday, and my favorites weren't open, so I thought we'd try a new place. BAD IDEA. First of all, you have to buy a bag for each and every person. A very small bag for $9 (weekday price - no honeycrisp.) The bag holds 4 pounds they say. The honeycrisp bag was $12 for the weekday. Then, if you want to go near the kiddie stuff (anything, even near an old tractor) you have to pay an additional $5...Read More
by Anna Otto
Splendid times with splendid people!! In spite of the rain and miserable muck, we had a fabulous time :) We can't wait to come back! Everybody was so pleasant and helpful, well done!
by Angelica Chan
Let me start off by comparing the two years (in a row) that I've been here. I went to this orchard last year with only one child + 2 other adults and we loved it so much we came back. We got a 1/2 peck bag with our admission fee. It is a nicely spaced farm with tons of activities for the little ones: zip lining, cute little cow train, inflatable slides, jumping pillow, corn maze, etc. There is a pumpkin patch, you pay per lb. Did not do it either years. But this place does have good (hot and cold) apple cider, doughnuts, and doughnut a la mode (YUM!). Parking is free. They also have typical cafeteria food: hot dogs, fries, salad, cheese pizza, bottled water, etc. I would recommend you bring your own bottled water. Plenty of tables to sit and eat. Condiment bars are kept pretty clean and organized. Restrooms are relatively clean too. Port-o-potties are also available by the wagon loading areas. Be prepared to leave your baby buggy behind when going apple picking.
I don't recall the price I paid in 2013, but I now know why there were at least 3x as many people this past weekend as there was the year before. CBS promoted this particular farm (yay for the farm), thereby flooding it with people this year and (thanks CBS) diluting my personal experience when I drove 2 hours from my Lakeview apartment.
This year, apple picking admission was $9 [without entry to the children's play areas], you get 1/4 peck in this flimsy plastic bag- which they TELL you will tear if not supported from the bottom. If you wanted access to the play areas, it was $13.50 per person (on the weekends, $8 on weekdays) for a wristband. I understand you're trying to run a business that's only open a few months out of the year, but last year, we were able to walk out to each "ride" and I feel like they are trying to rob you at every turn. I honestly would rather pay $5 to park, than $4.50 MORE per person to WALK the play area. It's not like I won't buy your awesome cider + doughnuts. ***HELPFUL TIP: About the apples, where they drop you off, you will want to walk straight to the back of the rows of the apples you're looking to pick, cause the front trees are usually picked bare. Jonagolds are similar to honey crisps and very good. They don't brown quickly once chopped up, I like that. I personally liked these and their Golden Delicious (good for baking). They did not have any Fujis ready for picking, womp womp! =(
This time, I went with 3 little ones (my nieces) and 3 other adults. Due to the price increase, only 1 of the adults decided to go in the play area. Now my question to All Season Apple Orchard is... since one adult went in to supervise 3 children, considering I did not sign a release of any sort, what if one of the other children got badly hurt? Your staff operating these attractions/rides are physically incapable of monitoring all those children at one time, so should my kids get hurt, can I sue you? I know what you're thinking, well you should've paid the extra $4.50 to go watch your kid. But it's NOT just about the money, it's just the PRINCIPLE of it. Do you NOT want me to return next year? Honestly, from an child-free adult's perspective, I would never bat an eye in the direction of this orchard again. My PSA of the day: KID-FREE ADULTS, take your date night elsewhere.
by Ron Mittlestaedt
I've been to LOTS of different apple orchards over the years, and this one is on my "definitely won't return list." We went there because it was a weekday, and my favorites weren't open, so I thought we'd try a new place. BAD IDEA. First of all, you have to buy a bag for each and every person. A very small bag for $9 (weekday price - no honeycrisp.) The bag holds 4 pounds they say. The honeycrisp bag was $12 for the weekday. Then, if you want to go near the kiddie stuff (anything, even near an old tractor) you have to pay an additional $5 each person. Not just the kids. The orchard was disorganized with rows being closed on one end, but not the other. The workers didn't seem to care or know much at all. I felt like I as being segregated since my mom wanted honeycrisp, and I didn't, so we weren't allowed to go in some of the same rows. At the end of picking, which was difficult since the apples were very picked over, and hard to find, I came across a pile of apple pickers. Sure would have been nice to use one to reach the apples up high, but the guy couldn't be bothered to tell us they were there. And it really bothers me when they have a sign that says no tasting the apples! There are apples under the picnic tables attracting wasps, and again, the worker is too busy on his smartphone to pick them up and get them away from the tables. The indoor bathroom is disgusting and dirty. No excuse on a Monday when it is dead. The donuts are delicious, but $9 a dozen. The cider by the gallon and everything was SUPER expensive. I mean, at $1 for a bottle of water, you know a place is making a killing, so do you really have to gouge families and charge $2 a bottle?!? The parking lot had quite a bit of garbage all over. There are just too many other places that won't charge you crazy high prices for every little thing or if they do, they at least care about their farm and keep it clean and nice.