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Murray Pumpkin Patch now open

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Posted at 12:10 PM, Oct 02, 2020
and last updated 2020-10-02 19:19:57-04

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. — The Murray Family Farms Pumpkin Patch is now open.

Starting Friday at noon and going until October 31, the fun is now available to the public.

23abc's Chief Meteorologist Elaina Rusk is going to be there live tomorrow morning for our 6 a.m. and 8 a.m. newscasts.

In order to stay within COVID-19 guidelines and keep employees and customers safe, they are selling weekend tickets with a designated arrival time to help spread out attendance and provide social distancing.

When you purchase a 10am-11am ticket, you will only be allowed to enter the farm in that time frame, but you'll be allowed to stay as long as you'd like.

Cloth face masks will be mandatory for visitors over the age of two.

You may be asked to sanitize your hands before entering or leaving parts of the farm.

Here are the different types of activities and packages you could do.

SUPER GENERAL ADMISSION:

  • 1x Admission to the Pumpkin Patch
  • 1x Meal featuring Blueberry Pulled Pork sandwhiches on a brioche bun, Coleslaw Topper, Chips and a drink
  • 1x Pumpkin with every admission
  • As well as access to the fall-themed hiking path, Sunflower Field, Corn Maze and Flower Trail

GENERAL ADMISSION

  • 1x Admission to our Pumpkin Patch
  • 1x Pumpkin with every admission
  • As well as access to our fall-themed hiking path, Sunflower Field, Corn Maze and Flower Trail

LIL' SPROUTS ADMISSION

  • 1x Admission to our Pumpkin Patch
  • 1x Pumpkin with every admission
  • As well as access to our fall-themed hiking path, Sunflower Field, Corn Maze and Flower Trail

Visit their Facebook Page or their ticket website to purchase your tickets.

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