This past weekend, we continued a fall family tradition from last year of visiting Bi-Water Farm in Georgetown, Kentucky. Bi-Water is just a short drive from Lexington, and if you choose to take the backroads, it's an absolutely beautiful drive this time of year. We first visited Bi-Water last fall and loved it! We decided to return this year because it has so many awesome things for toddlers to do. My mom and mother-in-law went with us and we had such a wonderful family outing!
We started out walking through their little haunted house. It's not scary at all and is actually pretty cute! After that, we stopped by to check out the baby animals. They had chicks, duckies, and bunnies that you can handle. There's also a petting zoo that has all kinds of barn animals. Bring quarters with you so you can purchase some feed to feed them. Yes, I fed a goat. Yes, it tickled. Kane was okay until a goat ran up to him (he was standing right next to the fence). At that point, he was done with the animals.haha
Next was a tractor ride out to the pumpkin patch. Kane actually enjoyed this part this year (last year, not so much). It's a nice little drive along a gravel road. Kane didn't stay in the pumpkin patch for long once we got there, and my mother-in-law ended up abandoning the pumpkin she had picked out because we still had a lot of ground to cover.
Like I said above, the main reason we headed back to Bi-Water Farms this year was because they have so many toddler activities! Kane especially enjoyed playing in the corn kernel wagon and on the chutes and tunnels attraction. There were several activities that we didn't even make it to this year, like Pirates Cove (which is pretty cute), but you can check those out here.
To finish up, we walked through the Lost Pumpkin Mine and then picked out our actual pumpkins. They have handy bins of pumpkins near the entrance and a store so that you don't have to carry anything back from the patch unless you want to.
It was a great day at Bi-Water Farm!!! I think it's the perfect place for a family outing, especially if you have younger little ones. It was also only $10 each for admission, and Kane got in free because he was just 2. If you want to play mini-golf, ride the train, or play paintball, there is an additional fee. I can't wait to take Kane back next year!