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Hickory Creek Farms

426 South 30th Street

Hickory Creek Farms has been in our family for five generations and has been recognized by Farm Bureau as a century farm.

Our barn was built  by Great Uncle Leonard in 1932 from the lumber out of an old livery stable in McCune, Kansas and is listed in the state of Kansas registry for historic barns.


Roy Parsons

Sunday, Aug. 12, 2018
Be sure to visit their pumpkin patch this fall.

Léo Asselin

Monday, Oct. 31, 2016
After paying your entry fee, be ready to be blown away. This pumpkin patch is among one of the best I've been at. You can shoot little balls of corn, dive in a corn/wheat pool (very very satisfying), visit a very cute barn, pick your own pumpkin, watch animals race each other... all of that in a very beautiful spot, re-defining the countryside farm "feel" The staff was very helpful and nice, snacks and restrooms are available on spot.

kassia bolden

Saturday, Feb. 25, 2017
Really fun for toddlers. My son was 6 and he couldn't ride the train because he was to tall. Pumpkins are over priced. Owners are really nice. But the staff which looked like their children didn't look very happy to be working there. Pig race was cute. Corn maze was good also.

Laurie Masters

Monday, Nov. 13, 2017

Jessica Harris

Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017

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