A Taste of Farm Life in Gaston County

Fall Fun in Gaston County

Every year, Lineberger’s Maple Springs Farm, 906 Dallas Stanley Hwy Dallas, NC 28034, offers children of all ages a taste of farm life.

Join them for a celebration of the fall season and an educational experience. The Pumpkin Patch is now in full swing!

This is the most popular time of the year for families and groups to visit. The farm has more than 100 different varieties of pumpkins and gourds, which are all also for sale in the fall.

The group tour includes a story and a wagon ride. Libby Edwards, a certified teacher, fits a fun lesson to North Carolina curriculum guides.

The group cost is $5 each, which includes a pumpkin from the patch.




What’s Included?

Maple Springs Farm tours include:

  • A 15 minute educational story about the basic needs of growing plants
  • A 12 minute educational wagon ride showing how the farmer uses natural resources to meet those basic needs
  • A pumpkin for each child
  • Access to picnic areas, trail, educational displays, playgrounds, and corn crib
  • Use of fall displays for pictures.

How Do I Schedule?

To schedule a tour for your group or family, call 704 – 922 – 8688.

Wagon rides are every weekday afternoon from 12 – 6 p.m. on the hour. All day on Saturdays, and from 12 – 6:30 p.m. on Sundays.

All rides are only $5 per person and include a pumpkin from the patch!

The farm is very family friendly. You can enjoy playgrounds, trails, and educational exhibits which are all open when the farm is.

Many families and groups even enjoy picking their own fruits during the year.

The farm also hosts birthday parties, office parties (no alcohol), church activities, family reunions, or any other special event. Please call 704 – 922 – 8688 for more information.

Psst…a word to the wise… if you come on a weekday afternoon you will have the farm basically to yourself…shhh!

Contact Frankie Lineberger, at the number above or VISIT THE WEBSITE and follow them on FACEBOOK for regular updates.

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