The Barnyard Park - Richland County's Fall Fun Destination

  • 9/26/2017 1:41:31 PM
  • Tyler Warner
  • Events / Entertainment

MANSFIELD, OH - The Barnyard Park, located at 1179 Kings Corner Road East, is the go-to place for fall fun. We'd heard a lot about The Barnyard and decided we had to head out and check it out. 

The Barnyard features over 20 different attractions for people of all ages, including Pumpkin Slingshots, a super slide, an apple cannon, a giant corn maze and much more. Food and drinks are available to purchase, as well as Pumpkins for carving or launching.

Parents - let your children loose in the corn maze and enjoy corn hole, a hayride, or pumpkin checkers. Let your little ones roll around in the corn box - a giant box full to the brim with corn kernels for kids to play in.

Kelly Stobie went on site to meet with co-owner Kimberley Haring to bring you the story behind The Barnyard.

 


 

The Barnyard is open Saturdays from 10 AM to 6 PM and Sundays from 11 AM to 6 PM. Connect with the Barnyard here, or on any of their social media like FacebookTwitterInstagram, or most other social media platforms. October 21st and 22nd are their last two days of operation this fall, so get out and enjoy The Barnyard before then. 

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