1. Jana Noble

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    I purchased a groupon deal buy 1 get 1 in free, I purchased 2 of these vouchers. I get in line & the lady working the register is having a hard time with the groupon app on her phone so she can scan my vouchers. So she leaves for about 10 min. In this time my kids get a bracelet on their wrist & they’re ready to go. She comes back & tells me my vouchers have been redeemed. I tell her she is mistaken, I did not use my groupon vouchers yet, even better I have never visited TG farms. I get a challenging glance in return & we went back & forth. I paid to get $40 worth of “fun” at this place & got nothing. Sad thing is, I paid them from Groupon. they got their money…. for nothing. Imagine the cash they got from potential customers with no merchandise/experience in return. She was very abrupt & short with me & I am VERY disappointed that they will not honor my money spent, and her rudeness. I left their parking lot with 2 out of 3 kids crying. Don’t waste your time driving here.

  2. Stefania Evans

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    This place is a joke. We came here for the pumpkin patch October 19 2013. I decided to take my daughter to TG Farms after reading their ads on a local magazine that talked about fun things to do in October. First of all, the “petting zoo” is non existent, all they have are a few animals confined in dirty area. There is wired fence all around them and, if you are a toddler, you could actually pet them if you stick your hand through the wire except for the fact that there is a sign that says “DON”T FEED THE ANIMALS YOUR FINGERS”. So, do they bite? Can you pet them? No Body knows because no one was there to ask. So the pony rides, also advertised in their paper are non existent. The pumpkins in the patch were all small, not good for carving. The biggest one I found was a little bit bigger than a softball. The duck pond is a muddy nasty hole with water but no ducks. Over all, it was a very disappointing experience especially because you pay 10$ for a tiny pumpkin and nothing really to do.

  3. A Google User

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    Even with this year’s tough drought, I was pleasantly surprised at the great selection of all shapes and sizes of pumpkins, gourds and hay bales to decorate for Fall! They also have the Great Pumpkin Festival here every year and the whole town turns out for the event. And with this year’s Fest being OPEN TO THE PUBLIC with paid attractions, its even better than before! Now parents can bring their kids and only have to pay for an armband if they want to do the attractions (corn & hay mazes, petting zoo, pumpkin patch, pumpkin decorating, make-n-take crafts, spin art, tricycle and pig races, etc.). Plus there’s always great live entertainment all day long. Its a great place to bring the family for a wholesome good time!

  4. A Google User

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    DO NOT GO HERE FOR A PUMPKIN. I have gone here every year for the last 3 yrs. This year I went paid forty dollars to get in and they did not have any pumpkins in the patch larger than a softball. No pumpkins you can carve. When I asked about getting a larger one I the staff was very rude. Explained they sale them for 9 dollars. I said great I paid eight can I pay the dollar difference and get a decent pumpkin. The staff explained the 8 dollars I paid was for the maze, petting zoo, and hay ride which are all geared towards my kids. All I wanted was a decent pumpkin to carve. Save your time and use your money more effectively. Go to another pumpkin patch. The fun for the kids was nice, but having to pay more to get a nice pumpkin was ridiculous.

  5. A Google User

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    I went to the Norman location, and it was easily the worst pumpkin patch I have ever been to. The free pumpkin you get to take home with your admission price is not only tiny (no bigger than maybe 6 inches), but they have stickers on them because they were SHIPPED IN from another pumpkin patch! If you want a normal sized pumpkin, be ready to spend at least $10 for it. The corn maze was only up to my hips and we could see right over it. They didn’t have even half of the jams and stuff their website said they had, and the hay ride was a total joke. There weren’t even hay bales in there to sit on, it was just some hay sprinkled on the floor. The staff was rude, and the “petting zoo” was nonexistent. All the animals were in pens and had signs saying that they bite. I didn’t see any ‘make and take crafts’ or ‘spin art,’ and I’m convinced the okiefawcett review has to be someone who runs the place trying to make it seem like it’s worth the TEN DOLLAR admission fee. Don’t waste your time.