Matt Roloff of TLC’s “Little People, Big World” just gave us a sneak peek of this year’s pumpkin season, and it’s going to be epic. Our beloved reality star believes this could very well be “one of the best pumpkin seasons yet.” And after hearing all he has done, I’m inclined to agree.
Matt Roloff has worked tirelessly to transform his iconic farm into a true wonderland for children and adults alike. For starters, the children’s area has undergone a complete makeover. The “tricycle track” has now been moved to another part of the farm. Matt is “very happy and very proud” of this new setup, and we have good reason to share his enthusiasm. Imagine your kids or even you (no judgment here) pedaling furiously around this track, filled with excitement at every turn.
And get this, the track is actually built from old tunnels that Matt’s son, Jacob Roloff, brought back from their previous farm. Talk about sustainable fun! To make the ride even more exciting, they added a brand new bridge to the route.
Little People, Big World: Coffeehouse, Ducky Derby and more!
As if the track wasn’t enough, Matt also introduced us to his “ducky derby.” For those concerned about animal rights, breathe easy. We’re talking about rubber ducks here, folks, not real ones! Matt was quite amused as he clarified this point, and frankly, so was I. A rubber duckling race is exactly the kind of harmless fun we need right now.
But wait, there’s more! If you’re a coffee connoisseur like me, get ready for this revelation – Matt has turned an old barn into a brand new coffee house. Yes, you read correctly. Now you can sip your latte while taking a break from all the farmhouse fun. A brilliant idea, especially for the adults who may need a caffeine boost to keep up with their energetic little ones.
The farm also now has a designated area near the central station, where you can find directions to each individual attraction. Trust me, you’re going to need it because the farm is pretty extensive.
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Among all these new features, there is one place that holds a special place in Matt’s heart – his home. Although it is still under construction, visitors can catch a glimpse of it from a distance. Matt thinks it’s super cool that people will see this personal part of his life.
In addition to the new additions, old favorites are making a comeback! The country store, a one-stop shop for all your fall essentials, is returning. Pumpkin lovers, be sure to make your picks here. And let’s not forget the air guns and pirate ships; they’re back and better than ever!
So, do you need any more reasons to visit Matt Roloff’s redesigned pumpkin farm? According to him, the place has been “revitalized” and it’s going to be a “fun year.” Hell, Matt even went so far as to say his farm is more exciting than Disneyland!