The whole Undley Pumpkin Patch site, including the Maize Maze, is set across an enormous 50 acres this year, which, for reference, is approximately 25 football pitches. This is over double the size of the 2016 site (which was 20-acres by comparison) and will offer families a range of new activities including two enormous new inflatable attractions, including a farm inspired obstacle course and the well known Last Man Standing game.
Also on offer will be the biggest patch of pumpkins ever seen at Undley Pumpkin Patch with the chance to choose between picking from the vine or picking from the pre-picked sea of pumpkins.
The Maize Maze is also over double the size of last year’s one and has been painstakingly created – using GPS – to create the most complex puzzle pattern ever seen at the Pumpkin Patch.
Undley Pumpkin Patch and Maize Maze remains based on the same farm and hosted by the same Undley Farm Events team, which has been running the Undley Pumpkin Patch as a family business for more than a decade. The October event’s growth in scale is in response to the popularity of the family event.