You can feel it in the air. Fall is definitely finding it's way into the Grand Junction area. That, of course, means a trip to Moon Farm!

Wallace and Ella Moon moved here from Utah in 1954. Who knew it would become an iconic part of this area's history? And it is still as popular as ever.

Moon Farm and Pumpkin Patch is located at 1360 180-1/2 Road in Fruita. And once again this year, it is a go-to stop for families all across Mesa County.Whether it's simply to select your very own pumpkin from their patch or to take in the full experience, it's Fall

Whether it's simply to select your very own pumpkin from their patch or to take in the full experience, it's fall checklist item for me.

Hours are from 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. Sunday - Saturday.

Admission is $7 for ages 4 and up. That price includes the Moon Farm, petting zoo, hayride, straw maze and the corn maze. 

If you want a little more scare into your visit, make sure to check out the Creepy Clown House or the Haunted Castle or the Haunted Straw Maze.

Check out their website here and the Facebook page.

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