1. Alex Woodworth

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    We go almost every weekend (for 1/2 a day) from when it opens to when it closes. i love the festiveness it brings and the activities. the food is OK and he prices are OK, but the juices/slushies are all natural (thank-you ). The prices for the pumpkins are a little much,but THEY ARE FRESH..i mean you JUST picked it type of fresh! not picked a few week ago and sitting at the market. They will last longer and the backed seeds are much better too. OOH get your tickets at no frills, tickets are less and there’s a coupon for $ off of a pumpkin and $ off of food., PLUS you don’t wait as long to get. there are a lot of free thing to do, so in my opinion its worth the admission.

  2. Lisa Bowman

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    We call Vala’s the Disneyland of pumpkin patches, it’s that good. There’s so much to do and every year they add something new. My children especially love the in ground trampolines, the duck races, the new grain sack slides and the pig races. The pumpkin fields are always full of great pumpkins to choose from and it’s a nice hay rack ride out. This tops our fall must do list.

  3. Judy Schaefer

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    I have to thank Vala’s. My grandson had a peanut allergy reaction, and within 1 minute, yes 1 minute! a medic was with us, checking vitals, etc. Thank you Vala’s for helping us with such fast, efficient, and calming manner.

  4. Joshua Barker

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    It’s a fad. They’re laughing all the way to the bank. They should cut ticket prices in half. Used to be a tradition. Used to be….

  5. Michael Trifillis

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    For what it costs to get in you would think they could refill the hand sanitizers they have all over the place. 0/20. Don’t even think of eating here, way under staffed, most stands are closed and overly expensive.. I just gave up.