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What says "Fall" more than pumpkins?

Posted: 6:00 AM, Sep 14, 2018
Updated: 2018-09-14 13:33:39Z

Pumpkinville in Great Valley is gearing up for its 50th anniversary year.

The new season will open to the public tomorrow morning at 9am.

Dan and Diane Pawlowski have been running the farm and business for the last 23 years.

Today they are running it with their two children and their spouses…a family business. And that’s what keeps them working hard to put on this 6-week attraction each year.

“The families,” said Dan.  “There are so many great families that come here and you know you see them year after year and watch their kids grow and, how cool is that?”

Every year Pumpkinville keeps getting bigger and bigger.

The jumping pillows, hayrides, trains, animals, and 6 acres of cornmaze. What could make it better?

Permanent restrooms.

That was the big project over the winter that the Pawlowski’s say will really mean a lot to the new guests, but especially the families that have been coming for years.

A new cell tower went up nearby that has also helped get a better signal for visitors.

Admission is free, and families can pick and choose what attractions they’d like to see.

 

 

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