Our Visit to Sahl’s Father Son Farm

Posted on: September 27th, 2013 by

 

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Sahl's Father Son Farm Corn MazeMonday, September 23rd, it was the second day of Fall and opening day at Sahl’s Father Son Farm. Fall is one of my favorite times of year and a trip to the farm was the perfect way to start the season.

 

I had never been to Sahl’s before but my husband was familiar with their corn mazes that every year feature a different design. This year’s corn maze is in the shape of The Battleship New Jersey.

 

We started our evening with some fun pictures in the farm themed photo back drops. Then, it was off to the Kiddie Koral to play in the hay. The Kiddie Koral featured a tunnel to crawl through, a hay jump and a sand pile. The staff was nice enough to inform us that there were sand toys to play with in the shed.  The Kiddie Koral was enough to keep my son happy for hours but there was so much more to explore!

Sahl's Father Son Farm Kiddie Koral

Like the Rubber Duck Races which are not to be missed. Using an old-fashion water pump kids can race ducks down a track. This is endless fun for little kids and, trust me parents, it will be hard to pull them away from this attraction.

Sahl's Father Son Farm Rubber Duck Races

Next, we ventured into the Corn Maze which offers three levels of difficulty to choose from: City Slickers, Redneck Challenge and Hillbilly Mayhem. I wanted to be a city slicker but my husband went with the Hillbilly. If you are on the farm with a toddler or someone with the attention span of a toddler I suggest you go the city slicker route.

 

Then, it was also time for the pig races. The two pigs that raced, Gunner and Spotter, are named to go along with this year’s maze theme of The Battleship New Jersey.  The pigs ran three races and the kids where able to pick which team to cheer for.

 

 

To end our trip we took a hayride as the sun started to set out to the pumpkin patch. Sahl’s pumpkin patch is huge and offers pumpkins in a variety of sizes. Pumpkins cost anywhere between $2 and $12. We picked our pumpkin and then road back to the farm. As we were leaving my son said good night to the pigs.

Sahl's Father Son Farm Pumpkin Patch

We had so much fun at Sahl’s Father Son Farm. My husband and I were so impressed by the variety of simple, fun activities that are available at the farm.

 

What to Expect at Sahl’s Father Son Farm:

  • Corn Maze with 3 levels of difficulty
  • Hayrides
  • Kiddie Koral
  • Rubber Duck races
  • Pig Races
  • Concession Stand
  • Pony rides (on select days and require a separate fee)
  • Pumpkin picking
  • Fun Photo spots

 

Some Tips for Parents Visiting Sahl’s Father Son Farm

  • If visiting with younger kids choose the City Slickers route for the corn maze.
  • Allow at least 2 hours to enjoy Sahl’s Father Son Farm. There is so much to enjoy and kids will want to linger at the Rubber duck race and Kiddie Koral.
  • Bring your camera, there are so many photo opportunities!
  • Port-a-potty restrooms are available.
  • There is a map available for Corn Maze.

 

For more information about Sahl’s Father Son Farm in Galloway read our series about this Atlantic County Corn Maze and Farm.

 

In full disclosure, Sahl’s Father Son Farm is a Partner in Fun with Jersey Family Fun. This article is included in their advertising package.  To become one of our Partners in Fun, please contact advertising@jerseyfamilyfun.com.

 

 

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