October 2010 SaskSecrets

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Get out with the Family to a Pumpkin Patch this Fall

Pumpkin HollowIf you’re looking for a great outing for the entire family, a trip out to a Saskatchewan corn maze or pumpkin patch might be just the thing you’re looking for. The list of locations below offer everything from huge corn mazes and petting zoos to fresh produce and gift shops.

Pumpkin Hollow, Near Lumsden
Open now until October 31, 2010

Located 15 minutes from Regina and 10 minutes from Lumsden just off Hwy 11 at Exit C, watch for signs. Attractions include a huge corn maze, hay bale maze, petting zoo and children's play area. Items for sale in the country store as well as fall ornamentals and pumpkin and squash produce. Roughrider maze celebrates 100 years of pride.
Phone: 306-540-2400/306-731-1479
Email: pumpkinhollow@sasktel.net

A Corn Maze in Saskatchewan, Near Pilot Butte
Open now until October 31, 2010

Located just outside of Regina, 2km S of Hwy 1 at Pilot Butte turn off, A Corn Maze in Saskatchewan features a ten acre corn maze with 5 - 8km of walking trails. A children's pea pit, sheltered fire pit, and mini maze are also on site. Evening bookings available for the week of Halloween. Season dates subject to change, please call to confirm.
Phone: 306-924-4217 or Toll Free:1-877-806-8482
Email: brucefand@sasktel.net

Corn Maiden Market at Lincoln Gardens, Near Lumsden
Open now until October 31, 2010

Located a short 30 minute drive from Regina, 4km NE of Lumsden on Hwy 20, Lincoln Gardens is found in the picturesque Qu'Appelle Valley. Visitors are invited to enjoy fresh produce, herbs, locally made jams, honey and baking. U-pick berry fields, garden centre and a gift shop are also on site. Visit the pumpkin patch and haunted house in October!
Phone: 306-731-3133
Email: info@cornmaidenmarket.com