If the colder weather hasn’t put you in an autumn mood, Happy Hollow — formerly known as Pumpkin Hollow — is sure to do the trick.
After a one-year hiatus, the corn maze and family farm near Lumsden is back under new ownership.
The Schaefers took over in 2015. Since then, they’ve done approximately $200,000 worth of upgrades, including replacing the bridge that visitors use to access the farm, which the Rural Municipality of Lumsden didn’t have enough money to cover.
“Taking the year off was hard for us. Now, being back again, it’s so nice to see all of our hard work being enjoyed by all the families,” said Tiffany Schaefer.
Aside from the much-needed repairs, the Schaefers only added one fresh feature.
“We actually added a new baby station, which is really popular,” said Tiffany Schaefer. “We have a little room where you can take your kids to feed them or change their diapers.”
When it comes to the family favourites — the corn maze, jumping pillow, petting zoo and wagon rides — it’s all still there until Oct. 9.
Happy Hollow is located approximately 29 kilometres north of Regina.