Fall Fun at the Tuscaloosa Barnyard

Yesterday, we took Jack to the Tuscaloosa Barnyard. It’s a petting farm with lots of activities, and during the month of October, they have a Pumpkin Patch. It was still super hot (I think it was about 98 degrees while we were there – when is fall actually going to get here?), but we had a fun morning and Jack loved all the animals.

Here are some pictures from our trip. If you’re local, I would definitely recommend this place! It cost $15 per person, which included a pumpkin for each of us and all the activities at the farm (like petting and feeding the animals, pony rides, a hay ride, and lots of games).

Published by Christina Wallace

Hey, y’all! I’m Christina - a wife, mama, and small town Southern girl. I love cooking, entertaining, and decorating our home on Blueberry Hill. My favorite things are rainy days, good books, old furniture with chippy paint, vintage Pyrex, handwritten recipes, porch swings, sweet tea, and old church cookbooks. Thanks for checking out my blog! In this space, you will find my favorite recipes, some of our DIY home projects, and lots of our family adventures. I hope you enjoy it and come back often to see what’s new on Blueberry Hill!

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