(KCEN) -- Finding family fun in the fall can get expensive but there's one farm in Temple that's been brining family together for the past six years.
It's that time of year again, pumpkins are back.
But for the Poe family it's so much more picking the perfect pumpkin.
Mallory Poe who is a fan of the pumpkin patch says, "We just like getting out of town and doing something with the family, I think that's the best part for us."
And that's why they come to the pumpkin patch at the Silo Christmas Tree Farm. There's a petting zoo, duck races, you can play in the hay and owner Bob Garber will take you for a hay ride.
"It's just a great place to come out, spend a day with your family and have some togetherness and you know that's what it's really all about, people really don't spend enough time with their family today," Garber says.
And for a family of five like the Fullers they've found that you don't have to spend a lot of money for family fun.
Even the Poe's have noticed that over the years the pumpkin patch just gets bigger and bigger.
"The first year we came here there were just a few pumpkins and there were a few of the things but they have definitely expanded every year since we've been coming and the number of people have expanded a lot too."
While there is no cost to get into the pumpkin patch, the farm does ask that you donate canned goods to the Helping Hands Ministry of Belton.
The pumpkin patch is open every weekend in October from 10-5. For more information, CLICK HERE.