Pumpkin patches are just one of the many things to look forward to about fall. With pumpkins, the entertaining possibilities are endless. Whether you love the paint, carve, eat, or dress your pumpkin there’s an activity for you and your kids to enjoy.
However, when it comes to creating a pumpkin patch for fall fun activities, you’ll have to do a little bit more than setting your pumpkins out around the yard. Fortunately, rental tents can help to protect your pumpkin patch to ensure the fun for all those participating in your wonderful fall activities.
Protecting your pumpkin patch
One of the keys to protecting your pumpkin patch is using rental tents to shade your pumpkins from any pesky pests. Animals love pumpkins as much as humans do and so the odds of a raccoon, woodchuck, deer, squirrel, rabbit, or even a mouse making its way to your patch to steal your pumpkins aren’t as out there as you’d think.
Rental tents help prevent your pumpkins from being exposed to the elements and therefore exposed to ravenous animals. Speaking of ravenous animals, birds are perhaps even more likely to take a swing at your pumpkins. Birds can land safely and fly away just as fast, allowing them to grab and go at your pumpkin patch as they please.
An event tent rental will help to keep your pumpkin patch not only safe from animals coming from the ground but also birds. The cover the tent provides protection and the additional sidewalls will prevent any curious critters from coming in for a peak.
Consider the placement of your carving area
Pumpkin carving is one of the most common activities found at a pumpkin patch. However, before you set up your carving station, it may be a good idea to consider where you’re locating it. Should you carve your pumpkins outside, the resulting mess can tempt animals to join the fun.
When renting a tent for your pumpkin patch, it makes sense to rent additional tables and chairs from the same company. Consider renting chairs and a table for your carving station and keeping it within the confines of the tent to minimize the chances of attracting animals.
An additional way to help keep animals away is by keeping your pumpkin patch tidy throughout the event, even when you’re inside rental tents. Don’t leave your carved pumpkins open to the elements, pick up any garbage left behind, and keep all your garbage cans completely secure with a lid.
Pumpkin patches are a great place to have fall fun with the family. By renting a tent, you can ensure to keep your pumpkin patch safe throughout the event and to keep the fun going for all those involved.