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During fall evenings, the farm turns into Spooktacular Nights with glowing buildings, a lighted pumpkin trail, lovably creepy characters, plus a creepy corn maze to give guests a family friendly fright. Fall at YesterLand runs September through early November. 
StaffAugust 10, 202095/100
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Seasons Open
Fall, Christmas, Easter, Summer
Price
$10-$25
Overall Score
Rating Overview
Cleanliness
95%
Friendliness
99%
Attractions
97%
Value
92%
Rating Summary
Fall brings acres of fun including flower fields, pumpkin patch, corn maze, animal town, and dozens of fully restored vintage rides that will entertain the little ones, while bringing mom, dad, and grandma back to early days of amusement parks. It's a one of a kind experience that is not to be missed if you find yourself in North or East Texas!

YesterLand Farm in Canton, Texas is located a short hour drive east of Dallas on I20. The farm began as Canton Christmas Tree Farm over 20 years ago and has evolved into one of the most unique farm destinations in the southern U.S. Owned and operated by the Bozeman Family, which includes Chuck, Kama, and resident mascot Great Dane Rudy, the farm welcomes thousands of guests each year. Fall brings acres of fun including flower fields, a pumpkin patch, a corn maze, animal town, and dozens of fully restored vintage rides that will entertain the little ones, while bringing mom, dad, and grandma back to the good ole’ days. Kids zoom down a one of a kind silo slide and get up close with farm and zoo animals inside YesterLand’s Animal Town. Dozens of species including a precious baby camel named Cocoa offer up close animal experiences.

During fall evenings, the farm turns Spooktacular with glowing buildings, a lighted pumpkin trail, lovably creepy characters, plus a creepy corn maze to give guests a family friendly fright. The night finishes with a spectacular fire works show over Twister Town. Fall at YesterLand runs September through early November.

The farm opens back up the day after Thanksgiving for Christmas PlayLand complete with pictures with Santa, Christmas Trees, and of course more vintage rides. During Spring the farm celebrates Easter with BunnyPalooza, a massive Easter Egg Hunt and Candy Extravaganza. During early summer brings the Peach Patch at YesterLand Farm complete with baby animals, fresh peaches, and famous homemade peach ice cream.

It’s a one of a kind experience if you find yourself in North or East Texas! Young and old alike with enjoy the laid back vibe, festival style foods, and tons of to do’s that will keep everyone happy.

Pro Tips:

  1. Buy tickets in the advance for the best prices.
  2. Attend on a Friday during the fall to avoid crowds as YesterLand Farm is in high demand.
  3. Consider combining your trip to YesterLand Farm with one to First Monday Trade Days, the largest outdoor flea market in the world. It’s just a few miles away!

Visit their website at www.yesterlandfarm.com

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