One of the biggest and most popular pumpkin patches in the Inland Empire has reduced their prices after an outcry from the public.
The Live Oak Canyon Pumpkin Patch reopened for the season on September 22. Unlike previous years when one could purchase an admission and then buy additional tickets to enter the corn maze or take a whirl on one of the rides, organizers had asked for a flat $25 charge per person – which came with unlimited use of attractions.
It didn’t go over well.
The patch’s social media was flooded with comments proclaiming the price was too high, leading to this announcement on Tuesday:
Admission is now $5 on Fridays and Weekends and free Monday through Thursday.
Get more info on the pumpkin patch, open now through Halloween, here.