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Fun Halloween Activities in Western New York

Published by Shaun Azbell

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Located at 9300 Wolcott Rd. in Clarence Center, Kelkenberg Farm features “Fall Pumpkin Fun” for the family. Open weekends from late September through October, plus Columbus Day Monday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., the farm offers hayrides, pony rides for kids, a farm tour, and a pumpkin from their huge pumpkin patch. Admission is $8 per person, and includes all of the activities listed above. Kelkenberg Farm also has a variety of baked goods, fall decor, and produce available for purchase. Find out more about the farm at www.kelkenbergfarm.com or by calling 716-741-4862.

Great Valley’s Pumpkinville, located at 4844 Sugartown Rd. (just minutes from Ellicottville and Holiday Valley Resort), offers Halloween and harvest fun for all ages. Hayrides and pony rides excite the smallest goblins, while the corn cannon shoot will amuse older kids and adults. Everyone will delight in the delicious harvest treats available at Pumpkinville, from the Antique Cider Mill to Moore’s Maple Shack to Di’s Pies and Bake Shoppe. Pumpkinville also hosts a number of harvest festivals throughout October with additional features. Pumpkinville is open daily from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. starting Saturday, September 18th running all the way through Halloween, Sunday, October 31st; admission charges apply for some activities, but everyday admission is free. Check out www.pumpkinville.com for complete details, or call 716-699-2205.

Becker Farms, at 3760 Quaker Rd. in Gasport, features the Pumpkin Fiesta Festival for kids and adults alike, with live music, pony rides, hayrides, the Becker Mountain slide, and more. Weekends from September 18th through October 24th, admission for the Fiesta is $10 for kids and $7 for adults; for more information on Becker Farms, visit www.beckerfarms.com or call 716-772-2211.

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