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Plan Your Visit

10 Tips for Your Visit to Rounds Ranch

  1. Pre-Purchase Tickets Online
    Be sure to purchase your tickets ahead of time online! Please arrive on-time, at the time you booked!  If you are running late due to unexpected traffic please do NOT call the Ranch – just come as soon as you are able to.
    We are asking you to limit your visit to 3 hours during COVID19 to allow other families to enjoy the Ranch.
  2. Dress for the Weather
    Check the weather before coming and dress accordingly. We are open rain or shine so come prepared with rain jackets and umbrellas. Dressing in layers will allow you to add or remove clothing throughout the day. We recommend a supportive pair of walking shoes to keep your feet comfortable (avoid sandals, crocks, flip flops, or high heels). For small children we recommend shoes that can easily be put on and taken off as you cannot wear shoes on the Jumping Pillow.  Socks must be worn on the Jumping Pillows during COVID19 so if wearing sandals please pack a pair to wear or purchase a pair at our admissions booth.
  3. Rain
    We are open rain or shine.  If it begins to downpour within 45 minutes of your arrival and you wish to leave within that time, you will receive a rain check to come back for a visit another day. You must present your proof of purchase (time must be within 45 minutes) in order to receive the passes.
    If you already pre-booked your tickets then we can reschedule to Saturday, October 31st ONLY, as the other dates will probably be filled.
  4. Pack the Necessary Provisions
    Everyone must wear a mask on the wagon ride out to the field.  Also consider bringing water bottles, an extra jacket, and boots if it has rained recently.  It’s always windier at the Ranch than it is in town therefore on cold days it’s even colder so please come prepared.
  5. Bring your own Wagon
    We have a very limited number of wagons to use to transport your pumpkins to the car so please bring your own wagon.  Strollers for your young’uns are also advised as we have a large farm to explore.  Large wheel strollers work much better than the small wheels in our corn maze and pumpkin field.
  6. Yes, small dogs are allowed
    You are welcome to bring your small dog if you keep him/her on a leash and clean up behind them.  Only lap dogs are allowed on the wagon ride as some of our guests may have a fear of dogs.
  7. Food
    Our Cookhouse is open serving hamburgers, hot dogs, fresh cut fries, poutine, hot and cold drinks, snacks and treats.  You are welcome to bring your own food if you have a special diet.
  8. COVID19 – Masks, Social Distance and Sanitizing Your Hands
    Don’t forget to bring your face covering, as face coverings are mandatory on the wagon ride.  We ask that you maintain 6 feet (one horse length) between you and other families visiting the Ranch.  We have hand sanitizing stations throughout the Ranch.  Please sanitize your hands prior to using any of our equipment for your protection and the protection of others.  Socks must be worn on the jumping pillows.
    We are limiting the number of people on each wagon out to the pumpkin patch so plan to pick your pumpkin early in the day to avoid the line up near the end of the day. Yes, you are welcome to go to your car to drop off your pumpkin and return back into Ranchland.
  9. Come early in the Pumpkin Mania Season
    Typically, the first two weekends (September 19/20 and 26/27) of our Pumpkin Mania season are not busy.  We are offering discounted prices on these weekends.
  10. FREE Pumpkins for everyone!
    We have 18 acres of pumpkins with lots of variety of sizes, colours and shapes to choose from.  If you come early in the season you will get the pick of the patch.
    We look forward to seeing you for a whole lotta Pumpkin Fun!