Fall on the Farm {Your Family’s New Favorite Fall Tradition}

Although this post is sponsored by our friends at Blooms and Berries Farm Market, the opinions and experiences here are completely genuine! We hope you are able to incorporate this event into your family's fall traditions just like we have!

fall on the farm fall traditionFall is (basically) here and I am so excited! Don’t get me wrong, I absolutely love the summer and everything that comes with it, but when the mornings get chillier and the pumpkins start popping up in my neighborhood – I get giddy! We have SO many great local options for family fun during this time of year but if you are looking for an annual family tradition for your family, you will find everything you need at Fall on the Farm at Blooms and Berries Farm Market.

Things to Do at Fall on the Farm

My family has attended Fall on the Farm the last few years and one of the things I love most about the experience is that once you purchase your wristband and enter the farm, almost everything is included. Here’s what you can enjoy with admission at Fall on the Farm:

  • Hayrides
  • 5-Acre Corn Maze
  • Kids Corn Maze
  • 40 Animal Petting Farm
  • Pumpkin Bounce Pad
  • Bee Train
  • Barnyard 500 Trike Track
  • Farm Games
  • Photo ops
  • Corn Box (like a giant sand box but with dried corn)
  • September Sunflower Field
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ericas daughter on pumpkin jump pad (1)
fran in corn pit credit to @rubyandfrances

My 5-year-old highly recommends the Bee Train, the Pumpkin Bounce Pad and the Petting Farm. As a mom, I love that I don’t have to limit her while we are there – she can literally jump right back in line and ride the Bee Train as many times as she wants because it’s all included! The Petting Farm has such a fun assortment of animals, and you can purchase cups of feed if you want to give your kiddos an even more up close and personal experience with the animals.

Things to Eat at Fall on the Farm

What would fall be without delicious assortments of sweet and treats? Blooms and Berries has a fantastic bakery where you can purchase apple cider floats, homemade pies and other great treats. If you visit Fall on the Farm Friday through Sunday, you can also take advantage of the Local Craft Beer Garden (a win for the dads for sure)!

Fall on the FarmHours & Admission

September 16 – October 31, 2023
Open Daily

Come in September for Animal Encounter weekends and September Discount Days!

(September Discount Days Start at $5.95)

Tickets must be purchased online in advance! For the ONLY way to get your reservation, check out www.FallOnTheFarm.com. Your admission gets you a whole day of Fall farm fun!


  • Animal Encounters are happening on Sept. 16/17 and 23/24 (hands-on encounter with friendly farm animals, located inside a designated fenced-in pen area.)
  • Sunflower Fields in bloom!
  • Cheaper pricing (as low as $5.95 during the week)


9669 South State Route 48
Loveland, Ohio 45140

For directions from Cincinnati, click here.

To learn more about Fall on the Farm at Blooms and Berries Farm Market and to reserve your tickets, click on the image below:


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