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PIEDMONT, Okla. – From pumpkin patches to chucking pumpkins, there is always something fun to do during the fall season.

Chester’s Party Barn and Farm in Piedmont encompasses 25 acres and showcases a pumpkin patch, pony rides and a petting zoo.

Organizers say there is even a cannon that shoots pumpkins into the air.

Robin “Chester” Hocker said, “The kids are able to experience first-time experiences. First time they ride a pony, first time they go on a tractor ride, first time they feed a goat, first time they see a llama.”

On the weekends, the farm also hosts a suspenseful underwater escape act.

The pumpkin patch and mystery maze is open to the public through Sunday, Nov. 3.