Our first visit to Blooms and Berries Market was even better than I anticipated. I’ve always heard good things about it but I was really impressed with the variety of activities offered for families.
My family spent a few hours enjoying what Fall on the Farm had to offer.
If you are shopping, you do not need to pay to enter the Market Barn. There is a lot to choose from.
We finally purchased mums for the 1st time for our front porch. We also got a variety of pumpkins. I LOVED the small orange and white ones.
If you get hungry during your visit, I would recommend trying their caramel apples. You can also purchase drinks at an affordable price along with several items that you can enjoy after your visit.
Things to Do at Blooms and Berries Market
Admission is only charged for the activity area.
There are a lot of activities that you find at a fall event which included a more challenging corn maze for older kids and adults and an easier corn maze for younger kids, barnyard animals, slides, rides, and more.
I loved that Fall on the Farm also offered several activities that were more creative than what you usually find at typical fall destinations.
A Unique Hayride
Typically when we go on a hayride the landscape tends to all look the same but I liked the creativity put into the hayride by placing signs with animals to look for throughout the woods.
It made the activities a lot more interesting. There was also a pumpkin patch stop where you could pick out your pumpkin for an additional fee based on weight.
During our visit, I was also really excited to see the sunflower garden.
The sunflowers were a bit past their peak but I still found that area really beautiful.
I would definitely say that the Fall on the Farm Event offers a lot for families. I almost didn’t notice this detail at first but I went back to take a picture.
Little details like a feeding and changing area really show their dedication to addressing the needs of their customers and creating a great overall experience.
I also forgot to mention that the driver of the cow ride was joking around with me and said that I needed to ride it in order for it to start…so of course I did. (I wanted an excuse to anyway)
Check the website for current pricing and hours.
You can find out more about Blooms and Berries Farm Market from their website.
Blooms and Berries Farm Market is located at 9669 State Highway 48, Loveland, OH 45140.
Thanks again to Blooms and Berries for hosting our visit.