MR. BONES PUMPKIN PATCH GUEST POLICY
- Mr. Bones Pumpkin Patch strives to maintain a family-friendly and inclusive environment for all people. Please be courteous and respectful of fellow guests and our staff members.
- For everyone’s safety, please refrain from running through the Patch.
- Do not block entrances, exits, or walkways. In the event of an emergency all guests and staff must be able to quickly and efficiently exit the Patch.
- Dogs are welcome on-leash, Monday through Thursday, until the third Thursday of October. After that date, they will have to stay home for the season, except for service animals as required by the ADA. Other pets are not allowed.
- All children under 14 years old must be supervised by a parent or guardian over the age of 18. Children must not be left unsupervised at any of the activities, games, stores, vendors, structures, etc.
- Strollers with wide all-terrain wheels seem to fare the best at the Patch. We offer stroller parking, at your own risk. Wagons are available at a first come, first served basis.
- Please adhere to the posted height, weight, and age restrictions, and rules, for the activities. If none are posted, whether your child can safely participate in the activity is up to the discretion of the activity operator.
- We reserve the right to deny admission to or remove any person wearing attire that we consider inappropriate or that distracts from the experience of other guests.
- For your safety, we must insist you wear sturdy closed toed shoes with socks.
- We recommend you wear hats and sunblock at the Patch.
- Alcohol, firearms, weapons, ammunition, knives, fireworks, explosives, fog or smoke machines, horns, whistles, megaphones, laser pointers, bicycles, shoes with wheels, skateboards, roller skate, roller blades, scooters, and wheeled mobility devices with less than 3 wheels, are not allowed at the Patch.
- Smoking of any kind, including vapes, is not allowed at the Patch.
- Please refer to our Photography Policy for additional photography and videography related restricted items, including non-handheld equipment and drones.