There is a small petting zoo, some ducks, train ride, horse rides, small jumpy house, playground area but lacks the feeling of a real farm. It feels very commercial with no rustic feeling at all. That being said, since it was so empty, my child had a great time doing everything without having to wait.
It's not the easiest pumpkin patch to drive to and back due to weekend traffic on 92. However, if you've got a very outgoing child, this popular spot will be much more attractive than the quieter Pastorino Farm across the street. On an unrelated note, for a couple dollars, a child can operate a fairly realistic digger!