Pumpkin Destruction @TheRockRanch #Georgia

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The Rock Ranch also offers the fun challenge of navigating a corn field maze. This year's corn maze celebrates "Georgia Grown" produce, products and livestock. The Rock Ranch itself produces Brangus beef that is grass-raised, grain-finished with no steroids or hormones. The ranch also grows fresh produce including strawberries, blackberries and fresh corn just to name a few. This produce is sold in the farm's Georgia Grown certified Farm Market. U-Pick experiences are also available from spring through the fall.
"We're very excited to celebrate Georgia's diversity in locally grown food and products, this year," said Jeff Manley, general manager of The Rock Ranch. "An experience at The Rock Ranch is going to be a full day of activities and memory making for families, and our visitors are going to have fun learning about Georgia's largest industry, agriculture, which contributes billions of dollars to the state each year.  

WHAT: The Rock Ranch, (about an hour south of Atlanta, Ga) will host National Pumpkin Destruction Day during its Nov. 14 Fall Family Fun Day. This signature event is highly visual and continues to grow in popularity allowing guests to destroy pumpkins in nearly every way imaginable.
National Pumpkin Destruction Day (The Saturday after Halloween) is now listed in the 2015 Chase's Calendar of Events. The Rock Ranch pioneered this concept and event, growing in popularity across the U.S. Pumpkin-bombing airplanes, monster trucks crushing pumpkins   (and crushing cars), pumpkin archery, reverse pumpkin darts and more.

Guests can bring their own pumpkin to recycle through fun methods such as: the pumpkin cannon, pumpkin bowling, the hammer smash and the 40 ft. lift crane pumpkin drop. We'll demolish pumpkins from The Rock Ranch until they're all destroyed.
Rides in a professional monster truck will be available for $6 per person.
The Rock Ranch keeps about 6,000 pumpkins out of landfills each year by using them for a fun and memorable activity and then composting them or feeding them to The Rock Ranch cows.


  1. The smashing of the pumpkin looks like fun. I so need to get the Halloween stuff boxed up.

  2. Oh my gosh that's hilarious. That blaster is hilarious. I can see the boys all liking that one. I can see my daughter empathizing w/the pumpkins, buwahahah

  3. Oh wow! This looks like so much fun! My nephew would have a blast.

  4. I think we might be heading to Georgia this weekend.


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