Get ready to make amazing memories at Pumpkin Hollow at Deanna Rose Children’s Farmstead! This gem in Overland Park, Kansas is perfect for kids and has become an annual tradition for our family. Here are all of the details to make the most of your visit and make this a special yearly tradition for your family too.


Pumpkin Hollow

Your Pumpkin Hollow admission includes a beautiful horse-drawn hayride to and from Pumpkin Hollow where you can:


🌽 Climb a hay pyramid and zoom down a giant slide

🕸️ Navigate a kid-friendly maze, with not-so-spooky spider webs and fun twists and turns

🚗 Drive fun pedal cars and race your friends and siblings around a track

🐐 Climb and explore alongside adorable goats in the Kids Corral, so cute!

🦅 Scare the crows away at Slingshot Alley, my big kids had so much fun with this one!

🏀 Enjoy basketball, bowling and family-friendly yard games

🎃 Pick your perfect pumpkin to take home (included in Pumpkin Hollow admission)


Pumpkin Hollow

Pumpkin Hollow is $10 per person, plus your $5 Farmstead admission. Children 2 and younger are free. Open 9-5 daily through October 31.

While at Deanna Rose, enjoy other favorites including the fun playgrounds, seeing a wide array of animals and flowers. Don’t miss the beautiful nature trail, butterfly garden and koi pond. We also love paying a little extra to bottle feed the baby goats, go fishing and take a pony ride. Pack a picnic and enjoy lunch on one of the public picnic tables. 

Deanna Rose

Deanna Rose is the perfect size and place for young ones. When I have friends with kids visiting Kansas City, Deanna Rose Children’s Farmstead is always a must. There is so much to do but it’s also stroller-friendly and small enough that little legs can enjoy it all! 

And this fall, don’t miss Night of the Living Farm, open 4 nights (two weekends) October 20 & 21, 27 & 28. It is the perfect non-scary, fun-filled family evening (5:30-9:30 p.m.) that includes a scavenger hunt, hay rides, a mad scientist and more. It’s $15 per person.

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