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Residents enjoy corn maze & haunted hayride at Mark's Melon Patch

Mark's Melon Patch is offering one last chance for their nighttime Halloween festivities this weekend! (Source: WALB) Mark's Melon Patch is offering one last chance for their nighttime Halloween festivities this weekend! (Source: WALB)
Mark's Melon Patch Owner, Mark Daniel (Source: WALB) Mark's Melon Patch Owner, Mark Daniel (Source: WALB)
Owner Mark Daniel said the best part of the patch is the family-friendly environment. (Source: WALB) Owner Mark Daniel said the best part of the patch is the family-friendly environment. (Source: WALB)
(Source: WALB) (Source: WALB)
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Mark's Melon Patch is offering one last chance for their nighttime Halloween festivities this weekend!

Visitors can expect a haunted hayride and the flashlight run through the Corn Maze. 

This year, there will also be a new 40-foot monster slide for kids and adults. 

The haunted hayride will feature more than 100 candlelit pumpkins, which is quite a sight during the night.

Owner Mark Daniel said the best part of the patch is the family-friendly environment.

"If you want just a really cool place on the farm for some fall family fun, this is a cool place to go I feel like," Daniel said. 

Other activities at the patch include face painting and a dunking booth.

They're open this weekend from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday and 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Sunday. 

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