For the 14th year, Vertuccio Farms is holding their Fall Festival and 10-acre corn maze.
The entire family will have fun at Vertuccio Farms, located at 4011 S. Power Rd. in Mesa. Children can try out the new giant tube slide or jump in the bounce house. Plus, there is a mini hay maze, a barrel train, pumpkin patch and farm animals.
Meanwhile, adults can test their strength on the hi-striker, race pedal cars and jump on the extreme air pillow, which is one of the most popular attractions.
Vertuccio Farms is the only farm that actually grows pizza! Families are able to walk through the farm and discover where the pizza comes from.
Guests will also be able to find fresh popped kettle korn, fry bread, BBQ, philly cheese steaks, and so much more.
The Fall Festival begins Friday and goes through Nov. 4. They are open Monday through Thursday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday and Saturday 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
It is $8 a person with children 3 years old and younger free. With a nonperishable food donation for the valley food bank, you will get $1 off.
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