The festival, which opened on Oct. 1, costs $9 per person for admission Monday through Friday and $12 per person on Saturday and Sunday. Children two-years-old and younger are admitted free daily.
There are several rides and amusements open to visitors, including: pirate's ship and pirate's camp, the ghost tunnel slide play area, money mountain where kids can dig in the sand to find coins and other treasures, an authentic Native American teepee where Mary Aponte, a Cherokee storyteller will entertain visitors with stories, a pumpkin fort, and tumbling tubes, as well as other attractions.
The food tent sells cotton candy, popcorn, soda, snow cones and other refreshments during the festival. Also, there's a farm animal section at the festival includes ducks, goats, turkeys and other animals.
Additionally, children can enjoy at least four amusements at an extra cost: pony rides are $5, the moonbounce is $2, the wobble wagon is $2 and ballons are $2.The festival is open 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday; from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday; and from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday.
Check out photos from the festival above.
Tell us, Burke: Have you stopped by this year's festival? What's your favorite attraction?