With Summer going out with a bang and our temperatures soaring near 100, let's talk Fall. How about a Fall Festival at a little quaint little farm in Texarkana?

Noble Oaks Farm will have its annual Fall Festival kicking off in September with plenty of family-friendly fun stuff to do. Noble Oaks Farms had this to say about their upcoming Fall Festival Season:

Join us for our annual Fall Festival! We’ll be lighting the fire for fresh hot Kettle Corn, turning up the tunes, and getting ready to enjoy a Texas fall tradition. Bring your family for hours of fun including the Pumpkin Patch, Corn Maze, barrel train, hay jump, steer roping, wagon rides, yard games, zorb balls, crunch corn crib, duck races, pumpkin bowling, hamster dash, tractor pull, tug-o-war, tether ball, cube cannon.

The Fall Festival at Noble Oaks Farms will kick off beginning on September 25 and will run through October 31. Hours are Saturdays from10 am – 7 pm and Sundays from noon – 6 pm. Here is the admission information for Noble Oaks Farms age 3 and up $13, Military with ID and Seniors 60+ is only $11, and if you have a big group of 15 or more it is only $11 per person.
With all of this fun in one place just plan on loading up the neighborhood kids and your kids of course for a little Fall fun. Noble Oaks Farm is just 3 miles north on Richmond Road. If you need more information visit them online, Facebook, or call 903-748-2164.

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