Our family was given free passes for the day in exchange for this review!
Are you at Fort Campbell too? If so, you are in for a treat. Have you heard of Honeysuckle Hill Farm? This is a fantastic pumpkin patch near Fort Campbell, located off of exit 24, about 30 minutes away.
In 1995, Farmer Jeff purchased 12 acres in Robertson County as a place to raise his kids and do some farming. He grew up in Memphis and was a city boy who had always dreamed of farming. In 2003, he had his first fall festival for church friends and neighbors. After that, Honeysuckle Hill Farm was born.
Today, Honeysuckle Hill Farm covers 200 acres and is managed by his son, daughter and about 150 farm hands.
The fall season at Honeysuckle Hill Farm started on September 23rd and will be ongoing until November 4th.
They are open:
Tues-Thurs from 9 am to 2 pm
Friday: 9 am to 10 pm
Saturday 10 am to 10 pm
Sunday 12 pm to 6 pm
Hometown Heroes Day
On September 30th of this year, the Farm will be celebrating Hometown Heroes Day. Those who serve will receive free admission and their direct families will get 50% off the cost of the ticket price. This will be for firemen, police, and active duty and retired military. There will also be a firework show that night starting at 7 pm.
Enjoy the fall festival and what Honeysuckle Hill Farm has to offer. My family and I were able to spend last Sunday afternoon exploring the farm. We had a lot of fun and enjoyed a lot of what the farm has to offer. Here are the highlights:
This is a fun train ride you take out to the pumpkin patch part of the farm. They let you off and you can choose your very own pumpkin. This is so much fun for the kids and the train is super cute.
This year the corn maze is the Nashville’s Country Music Corn Maze Sponsored By CMT & Mix 92.9. We spent a lot of time in there and it was a lot of fun trying to find our way out. I am not sure I would want to be in the maze after dark.
Honeysuckle Hill Farm has quite a few playgrounds and areas for kids to run around. They have stagecoaches to play on as well as a giant tractor, a horse, and even some slides. They can also jump around on the corn popper trampolines, my 6-year-old loves them.
The pig races are hilarious because well, they are pigs. The kids can watch and root for their team and watch the pigs make it around the track.
There are other things going on at the farm too, from tasting some of KK’s Sweet Shop fudge to zip lining. You can buy lunch or just snacks at some of their many food stands.
Our family had a blast and plan to go back again in the future! Your kids will love this farm too!
If you live near Fort Campbell or in the Nashville or Clarksville area, make plans to head on out to Honeysuckle Hill Farm this fall and enjoy everything they have to offer. And don’t forget to come Sunday for Hometown Heroes Day!
Last Updated on May 30, 2019 by Julie Provost