Delana Smith is a mother of 4 who says she knows the importance of keeping kids off the couch.
"So many kids are inside, they're playing video games, they're watching too much TV and I definitely see my responsibility to get them outside, get their energy out, get them learning."
That's why she's excited to have her kids involved with Landmark Park's Harvest Hey Days.
"They love Landmark, we all love Landmark. We think it is a great place educationally for the kids. We saw the opportunity was a good one, so we decided to come on out."
During Harvest Hey Days, kids have the chance to go on wagon rides, pick pumpkins from the pumpkin patch, and even play in a pile of corn.
"We open up the park for all the school kids in the area. They make reservations, they come out and they get to spend the day on this beautiful day out here going through our pumpkin patch, they get to pick corn. We have a new area this year called Kernels of Fun where we've got a little over two tons of kernel corn that they can play in."
Moore says it's an event that local schools look forward to participating in every year.
"Probably we got about 1500 kids coming in the next six days total so it's gonna be really fun, kinda chaotic, but it's an awful lot of fun!"
If you miss Harvest Hey Days, don't worry...
Moore says that Landmark Park has events for kids and their families all year long.