LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — A longtime favorite fall attraction in Las Vegas officially opens this week with some changes this year due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Gilcrease Orchard says its pumpkin patch officially opens on Sept. 26.
Here's what you can expect per the orchard's website:
- There will be NO wagon rides or Hay maze or seating for concessions this season in response to social distancing regulations.
- The visual beehive and chicken coop will not be available to visit.
- Apple cider donuts will be sold as TO GO orders only.
Despite the changes, the orchard says "there will be plenty of pumpkins to pick and many memories to be made!"
They also suggest visiting during the week as they receive a high volume of guests on weekends. If Gilcrease reaches capacity, it may close.
Learn more at thegilcreaseorchard.org.
Gilcrease Orchard is located on 7800 North Tenaya Way in Las Vegas.