Fall Farm Days News & Reviews
By Americantowns Media
This farm has 370 acres of fresh air, room to roam and play, fishing ponds, woodland trails, trees, hay fields…and pumpkins. Lots of pumpkins! At Bonnybrook Farms in Clarksville, the motto is “a day in the country is worth a month in town.” This is the best place in Ohio for a weekend escape or an all-day outing with family and friends. Join them at the end of October for the 5K Pumpkin Trail Run/Walk. If you think your pumpkin will look good as decoration, try carrying it with you throughout your run or walk!
Just wanted to Thank You for all of your help and working with me to arrange an event there. I just wanted to let you know that all of the employees that have attended so have given nothing but positive feedback! The kids loved the slingshot activity and the adults greatly appreciated the wagon ride with the history actors. Thank you for running such a fabulous fall activity! Thanks, Andrea Chiodo, PPG Milford
Ohio Magazine, October 2017
By Michelle Sullivan
There's a full day of fun here, from pumpkin picking to a petting zoo. . . Read more
“We love it at Bonnybrook! Have gone the past 3 years to get pumpkins and play My sons love riding the ponies, my son has ridden Tubby the last 3 years I tell everyone about Bonnybrook, I think it’s the best pumpkin farm in the area!” Tricia Scott
9 Unique Fall Adventures Around Cincinnati
By Andrea Limke
Located northeast of downtown, Bonnybrook Farms is the ideal fall destination. This beautiful farm is your one stop shop for fall fun with pumpkin picking, an Adventure Wagon Ride, corn maze, giant slingshots, delicious food and much more. If you’re looking for one place this season that’s unique, yet still filled with traditional fall charm, check out Bonnybrook Farms.
“This place is just wonderful every where you turn!! Very creative fun for the family, my grand babies loved it … Will be back.” Lana Smith
“Yes, it is the perfect day here! Came in 2nd in Clodhopper Golf and who can resist an apple dumpling with cinnamon ice cream!” Cheryl Christofferson
A Bird and a Bean Website
We recently visited Bonnybrook Farms. I had been seeing it pop up in my social media feeds here and there for a while and thought that I needed to get there this fall! Great decision. This place is the best!! Have you been? Don’t we make it look too fun in our Corn Maze selfie? I’ve just decided that this is our new family fall tradition. (The selfie and Bonnybrook!) ha. They have something for everyone!! Seriously. Bonnybrook is a beautiful 370 acre working farm with fresh air, room to roam and run, fishing ponds, woodlands, tree farm, hay fields, grain fields, pumpkin fields, Todd Fork (the biggest creek you’ve ever seen), an old stone wagon road, white-tailed deer, wild turkeys, foxes, otters, coyotes and other wildlife. And the Fall Farm Days are amazing! . . . Read more and see photos
“Awesome and fun place to spend the day with family! The food is good too! Angela Shepherd
“This is definitely the place to go – a beautiful large farm, with meadows to play in. All day fun not only for children, but adults love it as well.” Anne Rosset
“My 6 year old nephew had the time of his life! The staff are all very friendly and helpful…” Karen Schissler
“I take my kids every year! They love it! Great fun, family friendly, place!
Jenna Renee King
“Check this place out! It is so much fun and we have lots of stuff to do here! Perfect fall day trip for the whole family!” Brandy Nelson
Dayton Daily News – Oct. 2008
Bonnybrook Farm Combines History with
Fun Fall Activities
By Justin McClelland,Staff Writer
When city life becomes too complex, people may take a jaunt to the country to relax. But what happens when the country starts to disappear? Read more . . .
By Mara Lee
They giggle, they shout. “I’m doing it again!” or brag, “I did it head-first!”
More than 2,000 visitors came to Bonnybrook Country Farm on Sunday for hay rides, pony rides, a petting barn and other family-friendly attractions. Read more . . .
By Dale Huffman
THE GROOM WAS speechless.
And with all due respect the bride had this look about her that could scare birds in a corn field. But they still got hitched. Read more . . .
The Cincinnati Enquirer – Sept. 1999
‘Pumpkin Person’ Grows ’em Different
By Chuck Martin
At Bonnybrook Country Farm in Centerville, all pumpkins are not round and orange.
Owner Bonnie Mercuri grows squatty, gray-green hokkaido pump kins, tannish-orange cow pumpkins, gray melon-shaped Hopi pumpkins and more than 30 other heirloom and exotic varieties. Read more . . .