The Fresh Acres Fall Festival is a must-attend if your family is as enthusiastic about autumn as mine is. The venue is close to Monticello and will be open on weekends and during MEA from September 10th to the 30th.
Even though it won’t be open for a few more weeks, you can still plan your trip and get cheap tickets on Groupon! The following are some of your choices:
One day admission with animal feed costs $10, and two people can enter for $19 ($9.50 each).
Price of admission for one day plus animal food for four people ($37 or $9.25 per person) includes admission for one person.
You can save up to 29% off already by waiting for a Groupon coupon code to become available.
The festival and its maze have been around for five years, and this year marks their fifth iteration. They have a combine slide, inflatables, bale mountain, giant Jenga, giant tic-tac-toe, tires to climb on, a corn pit, and a corn cannon, in addition to the food, two mazes, and petting zoo.
In addition to the corn maze, Fresh Acres Farm also has a petting zoo, a train ride, and a petting zoo. As an attraction, they erected a sizable maze. They also have a farm where kids can feed the animals. In addition, young people can gain a better understanding of the lifestyle and customs of farmers. Spend an entire afternoon having fun with the family in the open air at Fresh Acres.
CLICK HERE to purchase your cheap tickets.
First published on Thrifty Minnesota: Fresh Acres Fall Festival (Monticello) — Free Admission with Animal Feed.
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