COVID-safe fall festivities are happening on weekends at Wolfe’s Neck Farm

This Saturday marked opening weekend for Wolfe’s Neck Farm and their slate of fall activities. Visitors enjoyed pick-your-own pumpkin patches, hay bale climbs, and tractor rides around the farm. Wolfe’s Neck Farm also offers Halloween knick-knacks for the kids, and a café serving up apple cider donuts, fresh pies and hot cocoa. According to the manager, several coronavirus safety measures are in place, including mandatory masks, distancing requirements, and required pre-registration. “It wouldn’t be the same year without it and we just found ways to make sure everyone could be nice and safe and distanced,” said Andrew Lombardi, the Public Programs Manager at Wolfe Neck’s Farm. “We just ask people to wear masks on the hayrides and inside the barns.”One perk Lombardi said he’s observed this year is seeing all the children in their cute Halloween themed face-masks. Lombardi says they are fully booked for the weekend but there are still spots open for hayrides next weekend. Hopeful visitors can snag a spot on the tractor at WolfesNeck.org. Tickets for one group — which can be up to 5 people — cost $25, and pumpkins are sold separately.

This Saturday marked opening weekend for Wolfe’s Neck Farm and their slate of fall activities.

Visitors enjoyed pick-your-own pumpkin patches, hay bale climbs, and tractor rides around the farm. Wolfe’s Neck Farm also offers Halloween knick-knacks for the kids, and a café serving up apple cider donuts, fresh pies and hot cocoa.

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According to the manager, several coronavirus safety measures are in place, including mandatory masks, distancing requirements, and required pre-registration.

“It wouldn’t be the same year without it and we just found ways to make sure everyone could be nice and safe and distanced,” said Andrew Lombardi, the Public Programs Manager at Wolfe Neck’s Farm. “We just ask people to wear masks on the hayrides and inside the barns.”

One perk Lombardi said he’s observed this year is seeing all the children in their cute Halloween themed face-masks.

Lombardi says they are fully booked for the weekend but there are still spots open for hayrides next weekend. Hopeful visitors can snag a spot on the tractor at WolfesNeck.org.

Tickets for one group — which can be up to 5 people — cost $25, and pumpkins are sold separately.