Scarecrows, pumpkins, apple cider and more at Scarecrow Festival

Burnham Orchards to hosting their annual Family Scarecrow Making Festival on Saturday and Sunday.
Amanda Amsel
Sep 23, 2013

“This is a very fun family event that is geared toward kids and their families,” Brittany Castillo-Morales, sales clerk and bakery manager. “It really is the perfect event for kids in 4th grade and younger.”

Families can participate in a variety of activities include making a scarecrow, walking in a corn maze and riding on a hayride.

Want to Go?

WHAT: Family Scarecrow Making Festival
WHEN: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, September 28 and Sunday, September 29
WHERE: Burnham Orchards, 8019 SR 113, Berlin Heights
INFO: www.burnhamorchards.com

“There will also be a tractor tricycle course, a bounce house, a pumpkin patch and of course our infamous orchard,” Castillo-Morales said. “You can pick out a pumpkin to take home and pick a basket full of apples before you leave.”

Hundreds attend this festival every year and enjoy the live entertainment and the petting zoo.

“This year Zach Smith and the Willie Nelson Tribute will be performing,” Castillo-Morales said. “We will also have goats, ducks and other farm animals at the petting zoo for the kids.”

There is no admission price to the festival, but each activity costs a separate price. The prices range from $1-16, depending on what activity you want to do.

For more information on the Family Scarecrow Making Festival or other fall festivals Burnham Orchards will be hosting, visit www.burnhamorchards.com.