Pumpkin Patch Visits – How Children Can Benefit

/Pumpkin Patch Visits – How Children Can Benefit

Pumpkin Patch in Ann Arbor, MI

Wondering if your child or classroom could benefit from a trip to the pumpkin patch? There are various ways children can have enriching experiences on a farm or at a patch. Our farm has been operating for over 150 years and has been providing families and classrooms with hands on learning experiences that not only teach children about the outdoors but also allows them to discover a new world on their own. Let your children explore, image and learn at our family owned and operated farm today.

Pumpkin patches provide many ways to engage children in learning and growing. Giving children the freedom to roam and pick their own pumpkins gives them a sense of independence and pride. This also can provide a teaching opportunity about pumpkins, gourds and other fruits and vegetables that grow on vines. Children will also ask questions about the animals, farm equipment, plants and more. This is also a good learning opportunity that the children initiate themselves. Aside from being full of learning experiences it is also a great way to get them out of the house and off of their devices and enjoy the outdoors.

Contact Us Today To Learn More About Our Pumpkin Patch

If you would like to learn more about our pumpkin patch or our farm and its many features, feel free to call us today at (734) 761-7578. Wing Farms has been locally owned and operated for over 150 years, we offer u pick pumpkins, fresh apple cider, farm fresh turkeys, and many activities that the entire family can enjoy. Visit us today to take home your very own giant pumpkin, try our delicious apple cider, or take a hayride to the patch.


About the Author:

Wing Farms was founded in 1852 by James Wing. Over 150 years and 5 generations later, the farm is still going strong. Owned and operated by Kevin Wing, the farm is comprised of 205 acres, including the homestead. Over the years, the farm has held herds of sheep, cattle and dairy cows. Today, corn, soybeans and rye are the main crops – along with our famous Giant Pumpkins.