16 Things to Do at Leeds Farm

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A big thanks to Leeds Farm for sponsoring this post!

Leeds Farm is HUGE. If you’re looking for a do-it-all and then some pumpkin farm experience, this is it! On our first visit, I was completely in awe! We knew they offered a lot of activities, but the size of the farm still took us by surprise! This was our second year visiting Leeds Farm on Opening Day!

Leeds Farm North Barn

Don’t let the size and scope of the farm intimidate you though, because the size actually makes the experience better! We were there on opening day, at the same time as the Autism Festival and though there were tons of people there. The fact that the farm is so big and there are so many things to do meant that it didn’t feel jam packed and the lines for activities were not super long. There are literally acres of space to spread out!

Leeds Farm Straw Barn

One of the great things about Leeds Farm is that there is truly something for everyone. If you have toddlers, there’s the corn bin, an easy corn maze, animals to feed, pumpkins to pick, and a hayride. If you have active elementary school kids, there are pedal carts, a mini zip line, the pumpkin jump (a big orange trampoline), big slides and more! If you have middle schoolers (or kids 52+ inches tall) and up, there’s The Big Zip Line in addition to all the other activities!

A full food menu is also available meaning you don’t have to leave the farm at meal time! And don’t forget to visit The Back Porch for kettle corn!

Wondering what there is to do at Leeds farm?

Here’s a break down of all the things there are to do at Leeds farm! Your admission allows you access to all of these activities except paintball and The Big Zip, so you can feel free to pick and choose the activities that are best suited for your kids without having to tack on additional costs.

If you have babies and toddlers, keep reading because I will also tell you how to experience the farm without paying for activities your little kids might not be able to do!

1. Take a Hay Ride

Leeds Farm Hay Rides

leeds farm hay ride

There are three Hayrides going at a time and the hayride lasts 10-15 minutes so the process operates like a well oiled machine! Throughout the ride, keep your eyes peeled for “animals” in the woods!

leeds farm hayride

2. Pick a Pumpkin

Leeds Farm pumpkins

There are lots of pumpkins to choose from and carts available to carry your treasures to your car! The pumpkins are outside the Farm Shop and inside are lots of other gourds, pumpkins and squash to choose from!

Leeds Farm pumpkin barn

Leeds Farm pumpkin picking

Leeds Farm pumpkin picking

3. Eat

Leeds Farm apple cider slushy

Inside the North Barn is a cafe with lots of food to choose from, from main courses like shredded chicken sandwiches, sausage, hot dogs and chili, to snacks and desserts such as nachos, soft pretzels, donuts, pie and my favorite, apple cider slushies!

Leeds Farm food

Don’t miss the Back Porch where the kettle corn is made and sold!

Leeds Farm Kettle Corn

4. Feed Animals

Leeds Farm feeding animals

Kids can feed the animals at the farm and cups of feed are $1/piece. (Cash only here.) My kids loved sending the food down the tubes to feed the donkeys! The feeding frenzy doesn’t stop in the barn!

Leeds Farm animal feed

Leeds Farm donkeys

5. Slide

Leeds Farm Slide

Leeds Farm

If sliding is your thing, you’ve got lots of options at Leeds Farm! There are at least 4 areas where there are slides and they are of varying heights and fear factors, including one slide coming from a combine!

Leeds Farm Slides

Leeds Farm Combine Slide

Leeds Farm Slide

6. Jump on a Humongous Pumpkin

Leeds Farm Pumpkin Jump

This big huge orange thing is a trampoline of sorts! It’s called the Pumpkin Jump and it looked like tons of fun!

7. Roll in a Tube

Leeds Farm Big Tubes

Want to roll around in a tube? You can do that too!

Leeds Farm Big Tubes

8. Ride in the Holstein Hustle

Leeds Farm Holstein Huddle

Anyone who can fit can ride in the Holstein Hustle for a trip around the farm!

9. Zip Line

Leeds Farm Big Zip

There are two options for zip lining: The Big Zip Line and the Mini Zip Lines. The Mini Zip Lines are perfect for those between 3 and 4 feet tall! The Big Zip is an additional cost and you must be at least 52 inches tall and under 250 lbs.

Leeds Farm Mini Zip Line

10. Play in Corn

Leeds Farm Corn Barn

You know this is where my kids spent the biggest chunk of their time – digging, scooping and dumping corn with vehicles! Warning: your kids will be covered in corn dust (is that a thing?) when they are done!

Leeds Farm Corn Bin

11. Play in a Straw Fort

Leeds Farm Straw Barn

This is a great play area for the younger kids. Parents can see in, nobody gets lost and it’s a fun space for the little ones to run around!

12. Watch Pigs Race

Leeds Farm Pig Races

We didn’t get to see a pig race firsthand, but several times a day, pigs are raced around this arena! I’m bummed we missed it because it sounds like a hoot!

13. Drive a Pedal Cart

Leeds Farm Pedal Carts

Pedal carts are fun for the kids and your little ones can get pushed if they can’t reach the pedals!

Leeds Farm Pedal Carts

14. Shoot a Paintball Gun

This activity is one of the few things that is not included in your admission but it is just $2 for a bucket of 15 paintballs or $5 for 50.

15. Climb the Tire Tower

Leeds Farm Tire Tower

New in 2018 is the Tire Tower! Lots of fun climbing entertainment right here!

16. Ride an Iron Horse

Leeds Farm Horse Corral

Another new addition in 2018 is the Iron Horse Corral! My youngest son LOVES horses so he did not want to leave this area until he had ridden every single horse at least 3 times. 😉

Leeds Farm Horse Corral

How to do it all: Admission to the farm includes all activities except paintball and the Big Zip. When you pay, you get a sticker to wear that allows you access to all of the activity areas.

How to do some of it: A lot of the activities at Leeds Farm are geared toward ages 3 and up, but that doesn’t have to stop parents of babies from having fun! Or maybe you’re looking for a scaled down farm experience. If so, it is free to visit the animals in the barn (and a cup of feed is only $1). You can also shop for pumpkins, squash, and gourds with no admission fee. Pumpkins range from $2.50 for pie pumpkins up to $15 for the biggest pumpkins. You can also tack on a hayride a la cart for $5/person.

Know Before You Go:

  • Leeds Farm is only open on Saturdays and Sundays through October.
  • Admission to Farm Activities is as follows:
    • Kids 3-18: $12
    • Adults 19-54: $10
    • Kids 2 and under: Free
    • Adults 55+: Complimentary
    • Parking: No charge
    • Big Zip: $5
    • Paintball on the Porch: $2 for 15 paintballs or $5 for 50
  • Guests are welcome to visit the animals in the barnyard and shop for pumpkins, squash, gourds with no admission fee.
  • Check out the Farm Map to get your bearings before you go!

Hey Moms, does all of this look fun but you secretly wish you could do it without your kids? Then make sure you get tickets for Witches Night Out on October 4th! I’ll see you there!

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What Should We Do This Weekend? Columbus, Ohio, September 21-23, 2018

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Looking for things to do in Columbus, Ohio this weekend? Here are over 50 family-friendly events happening in Columbus, Ohio this weekend!

FRIDAY

9:00 AM – 2018 Delaware County Fair – the Delaware County Fair includes animals, rides, vendors, a tractor pull, demonstrations, performances and more! The Fair runs from September 15-22, 2018.

9:00 AM – Huge Kids’ Sale Event – Northwest Columbus JBF at Franklin County Fairgrounds – shop for gently used kids clothing, toys, baby items and maternity clothes at this large consignment sale that’s happening September 20-23, 2018.

10:00 AM – Mary Poppins JR at Columbus Children’s Theatre – enjoy a family-friendly performance of Mary Poppins! The performance is one hour long with no intermission. Recommended for all ages.

11:00 AM – $5 Mug Day! at Color Me Mine (Dublin) – the first 100 customers will receive a mug and studio fee for $5. Mug must be painted on Friday and studio fees will be free for the rest of the day to paint anything else! One mug per person.

5:00 PM – Metro Parks and Pleasant Township Touch a Truck! at Battelle Darby Creek Metro Park – get up close to construction equipment, tractors, emergency vehicles and more!

6:00 PM – Night Market Presented by Byers at North Market – this outdoor market has a carnival-like atmosphere including food, wine and beer, vendors, games and activities for kids, music an more! Admission is free.

6:00 PM – Family Bingo Night at Tree of Life Play + Cafe – every Friday in September is Family Bingo Night!

6:00 PM – Bexley’s Got Talent & Star Wars: The Last Jedi – watch Bexley’s annual talent show followed by a showing of Star Wars The Last Jedi! This is a free event!

7:00 PM – Mary Poppins JR at Columbus Children’s Theatre – enjoy a family-friendly performance of Mary Poppins! The performance is one hour long with no intermission. Recommended for all ages.

7:30 PM – Bluegrass on the Patio at Ten Pin Alley – enjoy live music on the patio! This week’s band is High Water Drifters.

7:30 PM – Sunset Cinema – Footloose at Polaris Fashion Place – watch a movie outside by the fountain at Polaris Fashion Place. There will be free activities before the movie. The movie Footloose starts at 8:00 PM.

8:30 PM – Movies in the Park – Jumanji at Westgate Community Recreation – watch the movie Jumanji in the park! Refreshments will be available for purchase. In case of rain the movie will be shown inside the Rec Center.


A BIG thank you to Leeds Farm for sponsoring this post!

Leeds Farm has enough farm and fun activities to keep your family moving all day! Barnyard activities include hayrides, farm animals, farm pond, Big Zip, Paintball on the Porch, and thousands of pumpkins and gourds grown on the farm. Back 40 admission includes Pumpkin Jumps, John Deere combine slide, mountain slides, mini zip lines, rolling tubes, straw forts, pig races, pedal carts, the biggest corn box in Ohio, plus the brand new Tractor Tire Tower and Iron Horse Corral—and more!

Open six weekends only Sept. 22 – Oct. 28 plus Friday, Oct. 19. Visit www.LeedsFarm.com for details and special event info. Follow Leeds Farm on Facebook to stay up to date! Leeds Farm is located at 8738 State Route 36 in Ostrander.


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SATURDAY

8:00 AM – Lydie’s Loop 5K – this 1 mile walk and 5K run benefits stillbirth research, education and awareness. There is a kid’s dash, entertainment, a raffle and silent auction.

8:00 AM – Fallapalooza at Hoover Gardens & Gift Center – this free harvest festival includes a haunted maze, bounce houses, pumpkin painting ($2 per pumpkin), cotton candy and more!

9:00 AM – The Dublin Market at Bridge Park – enjoy a farmers market that includes vendors, food trucks, live music and more!

9:00 AM – 12th Annual Autism Harvest Festival at Leeds Farm – children and adults with autism and their siblings are invited to visit Leeds farm at no charge from 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM. There will be provider booths to visit and information available to help families as well as tons of fun on the farm!

9:00 AM – 2018 Delaware County Fair – the Delaware County Fair includes animals, rides, vendors, a tractor pull, demonstrations, performances and more! The Fair runs from September 15-22, 2018.

9:00 AM – Huge Kids’ Sale Event – Northwest Columbus JBF at Franklin County Fairgrounds – shop for gently used kids clothing, toys, baby items and maternity clothes at this large consignment sale that’s happening September 20-23, 2018.

10:00 AM – Fall Fun at Lehner’s at Lehner’s Pumpkin Farm – fall fun at Lehner’s Pumpkin Farm begins this weekend and includes over 30 rides and attractions including a corn maze, giant LEGOS, a play barn, mini golf, pumpkins and more! This Saturday there will be a visit from Deane Arnold- The Pumpkin Carving Artist!

10:00 AM – Harvest Fair at Stratford Ecological Center – this harvest fair includes opportunities to climb a tractor, feed chickens, ride a horse drawn wagon, live music and more! $5/person.

10:00 AM – Mary Poppins JR at Columbus Children’s Theatre – enjoy a family-friendly performance of Mary Poppins! The performance is one hour long with no intermission. Recommended for all ages.

10:00 AM – Hot Wheels: Race to Win at COSI – COSI reopens on Saturday after it’s fall cleaning with a new exhibit: Hot Wheels: Race to Win which includes car design, learning about engines, car races and and more!

10:00 AM – Freeman’s Farm Fall Festival – Opening Weekend! at Freeman’s Farm- fall festivals include a petting zoo, wagon rides, food, a campfire, kettle corn an more!

10:30 AM – Yankee Peddler Festival at Clay’s Park Resort – step back into pioneer America to enjoy a family friendly festival featuring crafters and artists, vendors, samples of colonial food, demonstrations and more!

11:00 AM – Pick Your Own Pumpkins at Young’s Jersey Dairy – Young’s Dairy is offering pick your own pumpkins beginning this weekend! Take a wagon ride to the pumpkin patch to find the perfect pumpkin!

11:00 AM – Pickerington Oktoberfest 2018 at Combustion Brewery & Taproom – this is a free community event that includes live music, food and beer, a stein holding contest and a barrel rolling contest!

11:00 AM – Mommy, Me, Belle & Tea! at Susie’s Bistro & Bakery – this is a free event in Newark that includes a visit from Princess Belle, cupcakes, a Royal Tea, cake pots, fairy wands and more!

11:00 AM – Experience Clintonville Days 2018 in Clintonville – spend the day exploring Clintonville! Get your BINGO card punched for the chance to win a gift card from a neighborhood store.

11:00 AM – Powell Oktoberfest – this free event includes German music and food, children’s activities, live music, a cream puff eating contest and more! Kids Events take place from 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM and include animals, The Shazzbots, balloon artists, crafts, a duck regatta and more!

1:00 PM – Happy 50th Birthday Sharon Woods! at Sharon Woods Metro Park – celebrate 50 years of Sharon Woods with cake, fishing, crafts, displays and activities!

1:00 PM – Mary Poppins JR at Columbus Children’s Theatre – enjoy a family-friendly performance of Mary Poppins! The performance is one hour long with no intermission. Recommended for all ages.

1:00 PM – Driving Park Family Fun Day at Captain Edward V. Rickenbacker House – this free event includes games, face painting, balloon art, free food and more!

2:00 PM – Meet the Author at Coffee Connections of Hilliard, LLC – local children’s author Danny Kelley will be reading one of his books at 3:30 and signing his books afterward! Purchase a coffee beverage and receive 40% off one of his books.

2:00 PM – Hilltop Community Festival at Hillcrest Baptist Church – celebrate the Hilltop with a party that includes free Skyline Chili, bounce houses, games, face painting and more! This is a free event!

3:30 PM – Mary Poppins JR at Columbus Children’s Theatre – enjoy a family-friendly performance of Mary Poppins! The performance is one hour long with no intermission. Recommended for all ages.

4:00 PM – Fall Festival at Destination Downtown Lancaster – this fall festival includes food, music, vendors, kids’ activities, a beer garden and more!

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SUNDAY

8:00 AM – Fallapalooza at Hoover Gardens & Gift Center – this free harvest festival includes a haunted maze, bounce houses, pumpkin painting ($2 per pumpkin), cotton candy and more!

9:00 AM – Huge Kids’ Sale Event – Northwest Columbus JBF at Franklin County Fairgrounds – shop for gently used kids clothing, toys, baby items and maternity clothes at this large consignment sale that’s happening September 20-23, 2018.

10:00 AM – Fall Fun at Lehner’s at Lehner’s Pumpkin Farm – fall fun at Lehner’s Pumpkin Farm begins this weekend and includes over 30 rides and attractions including a corn maze, giant LEGOS, a play barn, mini golf, pumpkins and more!

10:00 AM – Leeds Farm Military Families Salute! at Leeds Farm – active duty and retired military personnel, their children and grandchildren get a 50% discount on Barn Pass admissions from 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM.

10:00 AM – Freeman’s Farm Fall Festival – Opening Weekend! at Freeman’s Farm – fall festivals include a petting zoo, wagon rides, food, a campfire, kettle corn an more!

10:30 AM – Yankee Peddler Festival at Clay’s Park Resort – step back into pioneer America to enjoy a family friendly festival featuring crafters and artists, vendors, samples of colonial food, demonstrations and more!

11:00 AM – Pick Your Own Pumpkins at Young’s Jersey Dairy – Young’s Dairy is offering pick your own pumpkins beginning this weekend! Take a wagon ride to the pumpkin patch to find the perfect pumpkin!

11:00 AM – Family Sunday Funday at The Draft Room – enjoy free crafts for the kids and drink specials for the adults! Broke Johnny Food Truck will be on site with waffles!

12:00 PM – Cops & Kids Day by the Westerville Sports Complex – kids can get up close to law enforcement vehicles, enjoy activities for kids and meet police officers! The first 1500 children will receive a free goodie bag. This is a free event.

1:00 PM – Mary Poppins JR at Columbus Children’s Theatre – enjoy a family-friendly performance of Mary Poppins! The performance is one hour long with no intermission. Recommended for all ages.

1:00 PM – Harrison West Jazz Stage in Harrison Park – enjoy a free jazz concert in the gazebo featuring The Shawn “Thunder” Wallace Quartet . There’s room for blankets and seats plus a playground for kids. There will be a food truck on site as well.

3:30 PM – Fall Fun Day at Grange Insurance Audubon Center – this fall festival includes crafts, games, snacks and stories with a fall theme! You must register by Thursday, September 20th.

3:30 PM – Mary Poppins JR at Columbus Children’s Theatre – enjoy a family-friendly performance of Mary Poppins! The performance is one hour long with no intermission. Recommended for all ages.

4:00 PM – Pawpaw Prowl at Sharon Woods Metro Park – take a 1.5 mile walk to look for Ohio’s state native fruit and sample paw paw treats!


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8 Awesome Indoor Play Areas in Ohio

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These indoor play areas around Ohio will give you lots of options for things to do with kids when traveling around the great state of Ohio!

8 Awesome Indoor Play Areas in Ohio

When traveling around Ohio with our kids, we have often found ourselves needing to find indoor play areas for the kids to burn off some energy! Whether we have time to kill in our itinerary or we’ve needed to find a kid-friendly, halfway point to meet a friend, these spots have come in handy over the last few years! Any of these play areas would also make for a fun road trip if you’re looking to do something new around Ohio!

INDOOR PLAY AREAS IN NORTHERN OHIO

1. Jungle Junction, Bellevue, OH

110 Cherry Blvd., Bellevue, OH 44811

jungle junction in Bellevue, Ohio

Jungle Junction is the largest indoor play structure in Ohio! The play area is designed for kids ages 12 and under and includes a separate area on the side just for toddlers.

Inside the Tree Top Play area there are climbing structures, slides and tunnels. There are also air cannons that shoot plastic balls all around the area. Kids must wear socks when playing inside and socks are available for purchase if you forget!

Admission is for the day, so you can come and go with a stamp on your hand. There is no charge for parents/caregivers or children under age 1 (as of May, 2017).

If you’re looking for more things to do while you’re in the area, check out: Exploring Ohio with Kids: Bellevue. There’s a great train museum in town, too!

Jungle Junction in Bellevue Ohio

2. Jump N SHOUT, Smithville, OH

877 W. Main St., Smithville, OH 44677

Jump N Shout in Smithville Ohio

This play area in Wayne County, Ohio offers something for all ages! On the first floor, the space is dedicated to the younger kids and includes a train table, puzzles, blocks, ride on cars balls, bouncy houses and more!

On the second floor, the space is geared toward older kids with larger bouncy houses, basketball arcade, inflatable darts, air hockey, foosball, a LEGO table and more! My kids’ grandparents live in Wayne County so they have been here several times and love this place! But I have to admit I’m also addicted to the basketball arcade here. 😉

A limited selection of snacks and drinks are available for sale, too and there is a small seating area where you can eat them.

Jump N Shout in Smithville, Ohio

3. Kidsplay Indoor Fun, Avon Lake, OH

32864 Pin Oak Pkwy., Avon Lake, OH 44012

Kidsplay in Avon Ohio

This indoor play area is specifically for kids ages 6 and  under and it features  kid-sized roller coasters, a ball pit, rock climbing wall, blocks, a train table and lots of opportunities for imaginative play!

There is also a “coffee area” where adult can sit with a full view of the play area. Snacks are not allowed in the play area but there is a separate room used for parties where you can eat food that you bring in or you can purchase snacks and drinks on site.

Kidsplay in Avon, Ohio


INDOOR PLAY AREAS IN CENTRAL OHIO

4.The Naz Playplace, Grove City, OH

4770 Hoover Rd., Grove City, OH 43123

The Naz in Grove City Ohio

This is a large indoor playground in Grove City and the best part is, it’s free! There is a large climbing area and also a small sectioned off area for babies and toddlers! You must remove your shoes to play and wear socks. Socks can be purchased for $1 if you forget.

There is a story time with crafts one morning a week (check the link for details)! You can also register online before your first visit to save time. Outside of the play area, there is a cafe where you can purchase food or eat your own packed lunch. There is lots of seating!

Looking for more indoor play areas in Columbus? Check out: Over 20 Free Indoor Play Areas in Columbus

The Naz in Grove City Ohio

5. Scoops and Chutes Playground, Columbus, OH

2555 Bethel Rd., Columbus, OH 43220

Scoops and Chutes Play Place in Columbus, Ohio

This play area is located inside one of Ohio’s most famous ice cream shops: Graeters! The indoor play area includes a climbing gym, a teeter toter, slides, basketball hoops and balls! You must remove your shoes to play and wear socks. Socks are available for purchase here if you forget.

The store was once a factory location, and although there’s not a whole lot to see here anymore in terms of production, there are a lot of pictures and descriptions on the walls about the history of Graeters. There is also a party room for rent here where kids can have birthday parties.

Need more ideas for Columbus? Check out: 6 Free or Cheap Indoor Places for Kids to Run Wild in Columbus

Scoops and Chutes Play Place in Columbus, Ohio

6. Fun in the Jungle, Sunbury, OH

345 McGill St., Sunbury, OH 43074

Fun in the Jungle in Sunbury Ohio

Inside Fun in the Jungle there is a large indoor play area that includes a soft play zone for toddlers. For older kids, there is  mini bowling, virtual reality games and arcade games. There is also a cafe here where you can get food and drinks. Check the link for toddler time hours and prices if you have younger kids!

Interested in play cafes in Central Ohio? Check out: The Complete List of Columbus Play Cafes

Fun in the Jungle in Sunbury, Ohio


INDOOR PLAY AREAS IN SOUTHERN OHIO

7. Pogo Play, Blue Ash, OH

10870 Kenwood Rd., Blue Ash, OH 45242

Pogo Play in Blue Ash, Ohio

This is a huge indoor play area just north of Cincinnati that includes several different play areas! There is a large climbing gym, a space with LEGOS, a space with blocks, a separate area with a play kitchen and a space for life sized building blocks.

Each area is sectioned off by theme by short divider walls and there is a completely separate room just for toddlers!

There is a coffee shop cafe here with a seating area and there is also a really large seating area for parents.

Pogo Play in Blue Ash, Ohio

8. EnterTRAINment Junction, West Chester, OH

7379 Squire Ct., West Chester, OH 45069

EnterTRAINment Junction in West Chester, Ohio

Inside EnterTRAINment Junction is Imagination Junction, a play area for kids! There is a large climbing structure, a train to play on, an electric train to ride and two small model train displays. There is also a play structure with a slide and a separate area just for toddlers.

Socks are required to play here and are available for purchase if you forget! This play area is included with admission to EnterTRAINment Junction, which is home to the largest train display in the world! EnterTRAINment Junction is a destination in itself! Read all about it here: Fun for the Whole Family at EnterTRAINment Junction!

Make sure to check out 6 Super Fun Things to do with Kids in Butler County, Ohio while you’re there (including the Butler County Donut Trail)!

EnterTRAINment Junction in West Chester, Ohio


Feel free to list any other great indoor play areas that you and your family enjoy around Ohio to share ideas with other readers!

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