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Kerby Farm, located on 158th Street between Bonner Springs and Basehor, has opened for the fall season and area families are taking advantage of everything the farm has to offer. From a pumpkin patch and hay rides to a corn maze and playground equipment, the farm provides families a place to experience some fall-themed fun.
Children play on giant pumpkins at Kerby Farm.
Zachary Bost, of Lawrence, pulls his sister Sarah in a wagon Sunday at Kerby Farm.
Lawson Schmelzle, of Seneca, swings at Kerby Farm.
Lawson Schmelzle, of Seneca, slides down a slide at Kerby Farm.
Tucker Heim, right, and Conner Gibson play with trucks Sunday at Kerby Farm.
Jim Kerby, owner of Kerby Farm, drives a tractor and trailer filled with children visiting ...
Keith Hansen and his daughter Allyson, 3, exit the corn maze Sunday at Kerby Farm.
Hannah Guera, left, and Vanessa Guera ride back to the main area of Kerby Farm ...
Trinity Martinez attempts to pick up a large pumpkin during her family’s visit Sunday to ...
Missy Martinez, second from right, helps children pick their pumpkins Sunday at Kerby Farm.
(From left) Trinity Martinez, Hannah Guera, Vanessa Guera, Devin Vandruff and Makayla Martinez pick their ...