This Farm Near Toronto Is Having A Harvest Festival With Oodles Of Fall-Themed Treats – Narcity Canada

Pumpkin Spice Floats and Triple Decker Grilled Cheese might sound like something from your wildest dreams, but you can indulge in all this and more at Pingle’s Harvest Festival this season.

The autumn celebration is taking place at Pingle’s Farm Market in Hampton, Ontario, and it features tons of seasonal fun as well as delicious fall goodies.

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On the weekends, you can get lost in Wonderland by exploring the 6.5 acre Alice In Wonderland corn maze, enjoy the fall views on a wagon ride, pick-your-own pumpkins and apples, and more. If you’re looking for a quieter experience, you can visit during the week when just the apple orchards are open.

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No fall adventure is complete without some autumn-inspired treats, and you can find all sorts of dishes that will take you to pumpkin spice heaven.

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Main courses include a Triple Decker Grilled Cheese, Chunky Chilli Poutine, Maple Bacon Chicken & Waffles, Loaded Baked Potato, and Oktoberfest Sausage.

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If you’re craving something sweet, why not try the Cold Brew Pumpkin Spice Float, Apple Pie Funnel Cake, or Pumpkin Spice Gelato.

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You can also get boozy drinks like the Harvest Sangria or Pumpkin Spice Cider which is coming in October. Or, sip an Apple Cider Slushie for all those fall flavours.

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The pumpkin patch opens near the end of September, and tickets for the festival must be pre-purchased online.

Pingle’s Harvest Festival


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Price: $15 + per ticket

When: Until the end of October, 2021

Address: 1805 Taunton Rd. E., Hampton, ON

Why You Need To Go: Indulge in all sorts of autumn treats at this dreamy Harvest Festival near Toronto.


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