All New EXTENDED HOURS - September 17 - October 30th -- Unlimited Rides EVERYDAY - -

For the 2016 Pumpkin Fest season…
NEW Extended Hours,
 addt’l days open &
ALL 7 Kiddie Rides are UNLiMiTED
with paid admission.

 Our Pumpkin Farm now has discounted weekday admission.   The lowest admission price is available without a coupon!  Get the coupon price without the hassle of the coupon …isn’t life complicated enough…enjoy!  *Live animal rides (Pony & Camel rides)  sold separately.

Bengtson Farm is a family owned and operated Pumpkin Farm that has served the Homer Glen area for over 35 years. We truly appreciate your business. We have made many positive additions to the farm to make your day as enjoyable as possible.  We hope you can join us for wonderful fall outing. Bring your family, friends, and smiles!

The farm is “Stroller Friendly” bring your strollers or wagons; remember our farm is about 90% paved, but there are some  gravel paths.  Don’t forget your camera! Plenty of FREE Parking. For the safety of our guests, your animals, and our animals on the farm we are very sorry, but we do not allow any outside pets/animals into the farm.  Service Dogs are allowed.  No coolers are allowed through the main entrance. You are welcome to go back to your car for a snack and then re-enter the farm same day at no charge. (The Farm may close due to severe weather for the safety of our customers and our employees. If severe weather is pending,  please call 708.301.FARM before coming to check if farm closed; for severe weather only)




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