LPBW fans heard from Matt Roloff on Instagram about this year’s pumpkin season at Roloff farms. He threw out a few tentative plans that they hoped to get going. Now, the patriarch of Little People, Big World confirmed what they prepare for guests to the farm. And, reservations opened already
LPBW Pumpkin Season 2020, Matt Roloff explains
Matt Roloff first spoke about the changes to this year’s pumpkin season last Wednesday. He anticipated that it takes a very different shape this year without the playgrounds and the usual stands. Now, he confirmed that in a new video he shared on Thursday, September 17. The Little People, Big World patriarch said that this year, unlike other years, they only accept guests who make reservations.
The usual free parking and free activities aren’t featured and that’s to safeguard everyone during the coronavirus. But, you get a chance at meeting as many of the Roloff family as they can bring together. However, Matt stressed that LPBW fans who want access to the pumpkin season absolutely must wear a mask at all times. He mentioned that it is important even if you walk around outdoors.
Activities for visitors to Roloff farms
Matt said that they planned a special walk around the farm for visitors. The trail takes them on a route that they never visited before. Actually, you might have spotted some of the areas in the distance on previous visits. Or, perhaps you saw some of it in the TLC show. But, for the first time ever, you see much more than before. On your arrival and all around the trail they provide hand sanitizer for your safety.
However, the LPBW star cautioned that the trail’s not ideal for wheelchairs, as it’s quite rough in places. The walk should last about 90 minutes. Then, they let the next group of visitors in. These measures are to safeguard everyone. Then, Matt stressed that nobody gets in without a reservation. Over on the Roloff Farms website, you may purchase your tickets online for the October event. And, some fans mentioned in his post that they already popped over there and got their tickets.
How to purchase tickets
When you go and visit the Roloff Farms website, a pop-up informs you that “Roloff farms introduces their new scenic trail.” If you click in the “check it out” tab, it takes you to more information. The season runs from October 2 through to October 30 and opens on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from “10 to dusk.” It notes, “The trail walk wraps up at our country store where you can find a fun souvenir.” And, LPBW fans may also browse and buy pumpkins. Then, if you scroll down to the “Pricing” section, you see the costs and a tab where you can pay for your ticket.
What do you think about Matt’s idea of a trail around the farm? Sound off your thoughts in the comments below.
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