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I hate admit this, but before last week, I had never stepped foot onto a pumpkin patch! It turned out, neither had my husband. So, it was an awesome first time for all of us.

This is La Ferme Quinn just outside Montreal

We went inside to pay – it ended up be $2 each and our son was free! This is the inside.

Yup, an insanely large pumpkin!

You have to take a wagon ride to get to the pumpkins!

Yes, there is even a Christmas tree farm, and an apple orchard!

They even have a full playground with trikes and a slide. It was an all day event.

There is a barn full of animals to pet! Little piglets were entertainment for hours.

This guy wanted to come home with us, and began to eat my sleeve. His scent was not appreciated by my dog on our return home.

What bring:

1. Bring wipes, with the animals, food, hay etc. wipes are a necessity

2. Bring your own water and juice and some snacks. The actual pumpkin patch was a bit far, and with all of the walking we needed to stop in the middle of the field for a juice break.

3. Wear boots or shoes that you don’t mind getting muddy.

4. All you need is a credit card, the baked goods are incredible and cannot be passed up! We had pumpkin muffins that were beyond yummy!

Have an incredible time!

Travel Lady with Baby