Stephanie Gamblin has picked out her pumpkin for Halloween Sunday at Galey Farms Corn Maze, Market and Railway. Wolf Depner / News Staff

Having a Happy Halloween at Galey Farms

Galey Farms has become synonymous with Halloween on the Saanich Peninsula. The farm, located at 4150 Blenkinsop Rd., is celebrating Pumpkinfest every weekend in October from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. There is a kid-friendly ghost town, hayrides to the pumpkin patch, a corn maze, train rides, petting farm, haunted house and more.

 

Harlow-Jean, little brother Reylan and mother Stephanie Gamblin spent Sunday picking out their pumpkins for Halloween at Galey Farms Corn Maze, Market and Railway. Wolf Depner / News Staff

Ashley Birtwistle, Laken Teele, and Cori Armstrong picked out their pumpkins Sunday or Halloween at Galey Farms Corn Maze, Market and Railway. Wolf Depner / News Staff

Henry James and Jesse Ford show of their pumpkins that they picked out Sunday at Galey Farms Corn Maze, Market and Railway. Wolf Depner / News Staff

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