Monday, October 26, 2015

Rombachs Farm, Chesterfield



Location: 18639 Olive Street Rd, Chesterfield, MO 63005

Website: http://rombachsfarm.com/

From their website:

We are open 7 days a week, from 9 AM - 6 PM. There is plenty of free parking, and no admission fees. We have plenty of pumpkins  to choose from and they start at only $4. For your convenience, cash, checks, and Mastercard and Visa are accepted, and there is an ATM available as well. On Saturdays and Sundays activities include:




  • Hay Rides- $3
  • Face Painting- $3-$7
  • Pony Rides -$5
  • Barrel Train- $3
  • BBQ- varies
  • Inflatables- $2

  • Weekday activities include:



  • Free Wooden Maze
  • Free Wooden Fort
  • Animals To Look At 
  • a few small play areas


  • This pumpkin patch has sentimental value for me because it's where I always went as a child. But these days its probably my least favorite of the patches. Their play areas are a little lacking compared to the others we've been to. The wooden fort is very old and splintery and all you can really do is run through it. Their free play structures are small as well. I do like that it's free, they have some nice photo op areas, and the store has some nice selections.

    They have lots of parking and it's close so there's not a ton of walking. They only have port a pottys though, I really wish they had real restrooms. 

    Old fire truck to play on









     big pipe kids can run through and play on


    This play area has a tire swing, a sling swing, a bar with 2 rings, a small sandbox, and 2 plastic step 2 type climbers




     Wooden maze




    This area is gated and only available on the weekends. (The big play structure and inflatables are in here.)


     Party area

     This store is only open on the weekends. 



     Face painting prices range from $3 for a small one and $7 for a full face one



     They have at least 6 tractors kids can climb on.


     Inside the maze (not very long)








     The old wooden fort





     They have rabbits, chickens, a pig, 2 goats, a turkey, and a cow.








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