Ready for some fun on the farm? Visit Leeds Farm through October 30!
Leeds Farm is family owned and operated and located in Delaware County, Ohio. The Leeds family have been farming since the 1930’s, and started in southwestern Ohio. In 1964 Bob and Gayle Leeds moved their farming operation to central Ohio, harvesting corn, soybeans, wheat and cattle. Pumpkins were first planted in 1988 and sold out of their front yard. Rob and Christy Leeds purchased the land known as Leeds Pumpkin Farm in 1994. They run the farm with the 4th generation of Leeds, and Gayle Leeds is still actively involved. Fall activities on the farm include hayrides, mini zip lines, pig races and more.
You can visit Leeds Farm Saturdays and Sundays, 10am to 5pm. They will be open on Friday – October 15. General Admission (ages 3-54) is $15. Adults 55 and over can attend for $5. Be sure to purchase your tickets before arrival! No admission is required for guests who only want to visit the animals and shop for pumpkins. Visit the farm’s website for more information.
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