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Fall Festivities in Olathe, Kansas

Autumn is in full swing here in the great state of Kansas, and nowhere celebrates the season quite like we do here in Olathe. There are plenty of fall festivities all around the city for Kansan families looking to make unforgettable fall memories, from the creepiest haunted houses to the most delightful family-fun pumpkin patches.
We here at Olathe Ford want to give you our list of favorite fall festivities in and around our beloved hometown.
KC Pumpkin Patch

The KC Pumpkin Patch is the top place in Olathe for ultimate kid-friendly fun, with more lively events and activities for kids than almost any other location in the city - or the state. It’s not just a pumpkin patch - it’s a Hayrack Ride, a Slide Mountain, a Spider Web Maze, a Dragon Climb, Pumpkin Bowling, a Great Woof Lodge, and dozens of other activities that truly are just as fun as they sound.
The Beast Haunted House

With five different haunted attractions - each one spookier than the next - you’re guaranteed a fright here at the Beast! The Beast is put on by Full Moon Productions, one of the best haunted house producers in the entire nation for the past 30 years. They take their frights seriously - and that means the most fun for you!
Louisburg Cider Mill

The Louisburg Cider Mill is one of the most beloved places around Olathe - especially in the fall. Here, you can let the kids race through the intricate corn maze and then pick out their own pumpkin from the massive pumpkin patch. This is a lovely way to spend an autumn afternoon!
These are our favorite fall festivities in Olathe (it was hard to narrow it down to just three). Get your family out for some fun this fall!


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Contact Information

1845 E Santa Fe St
Phone: (800) 280-9927
Fax: (913) 782-9057
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