2017 Twin Cities Harvest Festival

My new favorite tradition with the family has definitely become are annual trip to the Twin Cities Harvest Festival in Champlin MN. They have one of the largest corn mazes in the state, food trucks, live music, a gigantic bed of corn kernel’s to roll around in, a tractor ride and lots LOT’S more. Sure it costs a few bucks to get in & a couple more for tickets if you want to ride the gigantic slide or jump in the jumpy houses but for what is “free” once inside it’s definitely worth the 8 dollar fee. FYI Children under 3 are free.

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Also for the record.. This year pumpkins are any size 3 for 12 bucks! Crazy good deal! We really enjoyed this years trip. There was even a live magician this time. A little tip? Don’t waste more than 15 bucks on tickets once inside. there wasn’t a time limit in the bouncy houses and if your little loves the slide its about 8 bucks for unlimited rides. COME FULL. Like most of these places the food is a little ridiculously over priced but splurge on a cider and donut.

I hope you’re enjoying every bit of this fall. Thanks for stopping by XO

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