Open Weekends and Columbus Day: September 23 thru October 29, 2017
Open Weekdays: September 26 thru October 27, 2017
Fall Finale Festival: November 3-4, 2017
While the Maize Maze and Pumpkin Patch are primary attractions at Belvedere Plantation, there are lots of activities and events to make your visit really exciting.
ZipLines Straw Jump Dangerfield Downs Trike Track Pumpkin Mountain Slide Spider Web Little Pedal Carts Extreme Pedal Carts Jumping Pillow Barrel Train Pony Rides Flower Cutting
It’s a family favorite, with goats, chickens, pigs, pygmy goats and turkeys all waiting for company! Get special food to feed them during your visit!
The Fun Barn
Swing on ropes in the region’s only “Fun Barn”, one of our original attractions. Built in the early 1900s to house cattle and store hay, it’s now filled with straw — and folks having fun!
Root your favorite porker to victory at the Pig Races! This is a wildly popular attraction for kids and adults alike. Be sure to bring your camera!
Little Farmers Corral
Round up a ton of fun for the younger kids with John Deere trikes, a mini corn maze, giant sand boxes filled with digging toys, horse swings and, new this year, an amazing Gourd Tunnel!
Lots of Activities
During the weekends our activity tents are always full of fun. Enjoy face painting and paint your own pumpkin! Be in the center of the excitement and rent out our 28′ x 32′ Party Tent for your birthday or group event.
Farm Hayrides & Roaring Campfires
Always a great fall favorite! We have one special campfire area just for folks to stop by and roast a few marshmallows. And having so much fun will make you hungry, so we have lots of good things to eat all over the farm!
Get Lost! In the Maze!
We’re famous for our Maize Maze Adventure at Belvedere Plantation — this year, our maze theme celebrates our mascot, Cogburn the Rooster! (See the design!) Farm Admission allows you to re-enter the maze as many times as you’d like during the day or night of your visit.
You may want to consider bringing insect repellent for evening hours, as we have a few pesky skeeters that like a nibble or two.