to the Sunny Side, and thanks for visiting us!
Visit us on Facebook to get additional updates through the
Our goal is to let families and children
experience a real home-grown
pumpkin patch in a rural farm setting.
You can pick your perfect pumpkin
right off of the vine it grew on!
motto is: "Don't pick
from a box!"
Select from our fleet of red wagons to
pull your pumpkins (or kids!) through
Looking for the perfect pumpkin!
Grant & Charisse Nurnberg personally
welcome each and every family and group to our family
farm. We are now in our off season, and will open
September 27, 2014. We have planted over 7
acres of pumpkins so we should have enough varieties
and great selections for all of our visitors through the
entire month of October! Our pumpkin pricing is
similar to area stores, with a much better and fun
pick-your-own selection! We are open every day
in October. Note
our new daily hours of 11AM until
Visit Youtube for a full video of the pumpkin patch
Bathrooms, snacks and small gifts are available
in our South red barn.
We serve steamed hot dogs, nachos,
chips, popcorn, candy bars, pop,
hot chocolate, cider and coffee.
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Here is an aerial photo of our
2013 farm and the tractor and pumpkin mazes.
star maze is great fun for smaller children
See a closer look on our photo page
We close every day at 7:30, except for Oct 24 and 25 when
we stay open to the public for the night maze until 10:30
PM. Groups can book a time after 7:30 to do the maze
after dark throughout October. We provide lighting
for all of our normal daytime activities including the
pettting zoo, the Sunny Side Slides, and all of our
playground activities (the horse drawn hayrack ride runs
on weekends only from noon to 6).
During our season we will provide daily weather updates.
At Sunny Side Pumpkin Patch we make a commitment not only
to our customers, but to our community as well.
We have contributed to the following
organizations: The Salina Emergency Food Bank, 4-H
groups, McPherson County Food Bank, Salina Rescue Mission,
Salina Area United Way, CAPS, DVACKS, Ashby House,
Salvation Army, Boy Scouts, and Big Brothers & Big
Gourds for food program: In an effort to promote
food donations, please bring non-perishable
food items and receive a free mini pumpkin or gourd for
each item. We will distribute the donations to local
food banks, we collected around 800 food items last year,
we thank everyone for the generous donations to the