After just shy of 10 years, Just Piddlin’ Farm is still supplying the area with fall fun and a plethora of pumpkins of all shapes and sizes.
The pumpkin patch, located just over the Logan/Simpson County line out Hwy. 73 past the Shaker Tavern, is equipped with every kind of pumpkin imaginable. You will also find all the classic “fall” extras including straw bails, gourds, honeybees, cut-outs for the kids to take photographs, a really cool playground, a corn maze, hayrides, food, and a corn kernel pit to sink your stocking feet into.
Chip and Jill Willingham began Just Piddlin Farms in 1998 next to their home, but they expanded their business in 2006 moving it to a very large barn beside a very large pumpkin patch outside of Auburn.
“We came up with the name Just Piddlin Farm because we always had a lot of little things we just piddled in,” said Chip, adding their farm offers several varieties of pumpkins and gourds that are hard to find.
In a day when family fun is sometimes hard to find, places like Just Piddlin Farm can provide that wholesome atmosphere where the entire family can come and enjoy the season together.
“We are coming up on our last week prior to Halloween. The pumpkin patch is starting to get thin, but we still have some pumpkins remaining,’ said Chip. “The corn maze will be open with glow sticks at night starting at 7 p.m. weather permitting.”
For more information about Just Piddlin Farm, you can go to their Facebook Page at Just Piddlin Farms or call 270-542-6769. The address is 10830 Moragntown Road, Woodburn, Ky.
To contact Chris Cooper, email email@example.com or call 270-7260-8394.