Holidays, Travel, Utah Family Fun

October 1, 2019

πŸŽƒ Our Adventures at Staheli Farm in Washington Utah

October is almost over and there is still so much to do in Southern Utah! I don’t know about you, but I love fall, October, and Halloween and St. George, Washington, Hurricane, and all the surrounding cities are busting with fun things to do! I have seriously been having a blast this month and wanted to share a few MUST DO events in Southern Utah for your family before the month is over. 

 πŸŒ½ Our Adventures at Staheli Family Farm  πŸŒ½

For a fun video of all the fun check out our Adventures at Staheli Family Farm on YouTube!

We visited Staheli Family Farm and spent almost 6 HOURS there all in ONE DAY! We really loved it that much! And I don’t mean mom and dad pushing the stroller wishing we could leave kind of time, but the had so much fun we couldn’t believe we had been there that long when we left kind of fun! So, let me tell you why you NEED to go to Staheli Farm before the season ends!

We went Friday morning to Waffles and Witches- which I highly recommend doing! It was fun for my husband and I AND our kids! When we go there they started off right from the get go. All the witches (who are so fun by the way) took the kids outside to play while the adults got their breakfast and took it back to the table. Now, if you are not sitting there thinking that sounds amazing, you don’t have kids. I am usually a balancing act of holding one of my kids hands while balancing two plates and just hoping the baby doesn’t knock one of the plates onto the floor. Entertaining the kids while we got their breakfast was genius and I knew we were going to be friends from there! I did sneak out to see what they were doing with the kids and came around the corner to see witches playing duck duck goose with kids, while others were helping them make crafts. It was so organized and my kids were already having fun!

Once everyone had breakfast we brought our kids in to eat with us and had a really yummy breakfast! The kids just loved the waffles, eggs, sausage, and were thrilled to get chocolate milk! The witches came around and interacted with the kids, which by the way, my daughter cannot stop talking about. We may end up back there because she wants to go back and see her witch friends and is quite worried we lost them. I am going to have to come up with a story about where they go for the other 11 months of the year… ideas? They did a darling program that had you laughing… and well… laughing! No tears, unless they were tears of laughter! It really was such a delightful morning with our “witch friends”, great food, and fun entertainment! We then went outside and let the kids play at the farm for a while, but more on that later, because we had to go home to take a nap! We had a big evening back there at the farm so we let the kiddos sleep the afternoon away and then headed on back to Staheli Family Farm for the evening!

We went back over at 5:30 and the kids got to spend time playing! Some of our favorites were the horse swing, the big slide, and the pumpkin patch! They were so excited and there was so much to do, no one ever got bored! The only time there might have been tears was on our way back to the car. These two did NOT want to leave.

My daughter got to see the witches again which was a dream come true. I’m not even exaggerating about that… ask any of my neighbors and they will tell you all about how excited she has been all week to meet the “Spooky witches” who are now her “Witch friends”. Let me tell you about all the fun options you have when you go to the farm and then I’ll tell you how much more fun it became as the sun started to go down…

πŸŽƒ Corn MaizeπŸ‘» Farmland
πŸ‘» Pumpkin Patch πŸŽƒ Witches
πŸŽƒ Spooky Trick or Treat TrailπŸ‘» Zombie Rampage
πŸ‘» Field of ScreamsπŸŽƒ Dirt Mountain Slide
πŸŽƒ DinnerπŸ‘» Cow Train
πŸ‘» Haunted House (for kids)πŸŽƒ Campfire and S’mores
πŸŽƒ Petting ZooπŸ‘» Zipline
πŸ‘» Corn SlideπŸŽƒ Duck Races
πŸŽƒ Jumping PillowπŸ‘» Playground
πŸ‘» EntertainmentπŸŽƒ And so much more!

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Once the sun went down, right around dusk we rode the cow train up to the Spooky Trick or Treat Trail. The cow train in and of itself was a highlight and my kids loved it! They would have ridden it way longer I am sure. When they let us off Candy Corn (one of the witches) led us through the haunted house… but you are going to have to check out for yourself to see how spooky it really is! Outside the house was a huge cauldron we stopped in just long enough to take a picture with the witch who thought we looked good enough to eat! Around the corner the kiddos got to trick or treat to the most adorable (in a witchy way) cottage and left with a piece of candy! Before we took the cow train back to the farm we ran into Wick-a-Dee who was signing pictures of herself and my daughter might still be carrying that around the house days later… She really loves these witches! After the cow train back we spent the rest of the evening eating yummy food, dancing on the dance floor (it was Family Farm Dance Night) and enjoying a good ol’ time!

If you have not gone to Staheli Family Farm this October, hurry up, get your tickets, and GO! You will love it, your kids will love it! Staheli Family Farm really provided such a fun atmosphere, endless things to do, and a whole lotta fun memories of this Halloween for my family!