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It’s time for the Fall Festival at Yesterland Farm

It's a FARMily Tradition!

Yesterland Farm in Canton is open for their Fall Festival. The Fall Festival lasts for 7 weekends from September 29th – November 11th.

Chuck and Kama Bozeman opened Yesterland Farm to the public in 2000, originally as a Christmas tree farm. But over the last 18 years it’s grown into a household name among East Texas families as a great, interactive, family-friendly placed filled with fun. The Bozeman’s love the way things used to be, and you’ll find that scattered throughout all of Yesterland Farm.

You can step back in time on the farm, and experience old-fashioned fun on their brand new vintage carousel, and enjoy other roller coasters. Plus, you can walk around the farm zoo, take a wagon train ride through the woods, test your luck in their corn maze and even spend some time checking out the variety of classic cars around the property. There is also a wide variety of tasty food including burgers, pork rinds, candy,  hand-dipped corndogs, pizza, funnel cakes and much more.

You can click here for a full list of attractions.

During the Fall Festival, Yesterland Farm also includes Fright Farm. It begins at dark every Saturday during Fall Festival and includes a creepy corn maze, goblin glow, swamp zombie paintball. See our Fright Farm adventures here.

Yesterland Farm is open from 10 a.m. – 10 p.m. on Saturdays, 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. on Sundays and from 6 p.m. – 10 p.m. every Friday in October. They’re located right off Interstate 20 in Canton. The physical address is 15410 I-20, Canton, TX.

Admission is broken down into two categories. The Amazement Pass is $21.95 at the gate (or $18.95 online, get tickets here) and includes the farm attractions, amazement park rides and the fright farm activities The Super Pass is $39.95 at the gate (or $36.95 online, get tickets here) and includes all of the attractions from the Amazement Pass plus a bucket of Apple Ammo for the cannon, face painting, gemstone mining, pony rides and fright farm additions like swamp zombie paintball. For an entire breakdown of what’s included in each pass click here.

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