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What is a corn maze?

A corn maze is a field of corn cut to resemble a maze you would see on paper.  It is a life size maze where visitors must find their way, from entrance to exit, by walking the paths and avoiding dead ends!

How long does it take to get through the maze?

The average time it takes to get through the maze is about one hour. However, the time can be more or less, depending on your navigational skills!

Are there any restrooms in the maze?

There are no restrooms inside the maze. We strongly advise you use the port-a potties near the barn and corn bin, BEFORE entering the maze.  We do have a wheelchair accessible potty, also.

What should I wear to the farm?

The farm is outdoors and mostly fields. It can be very dusty when dry, or muddy when wet.  Dress according to the weather conditions.  There is no shade in the maze so it is a good idea to wear a hat and sun protection on sunny days. The maze can be very hot on warm days.

Will someone come and find me if I get lost?

Maze workers will be available to assist you if you need direction. You can request an aerial photo of the maze at the admission booth. No one will be left in the maze. Please do not call 911, unless there is a true life or death situation.  Remember, it is normal to be "lost" for a couple hours. However, if you are desperate for escape there are many ways to get out, in which case it would be acceptable to carefully slip out through the corn to find assistance for you and/or your group. Please do not take wagons and strollers through the corn stalks, but remain on the designated paths until someone comes to assist you.

Is the corn maze stroller accessible?

Strollers can go through the maze, but the paths are bumpy and rutty. However, be aware that if there has been rain recently the paths will be muddy. Strollers MUST stay on the 7ft. wide paths. You may not push them through the corn rows.

Do I need to pay online or ahead of time?

No. You can pay at the gate when you arrive.  Paying online is for your convenience and to avoid long lines at the gate. If you pay online you may enter though the pumpkin barn and check in at the back window of the admission booth. 

What methods of payment do you accept?

We accept cash, card and Apple Pay. However, we are located in a rural area and sometimes have internet issues, so please be prepared to pay with cash.

What is for sale?

We sell every single corn ear, corn stalk, pumpkin, sunflower, gourd, mum, potted plants, all items in the gift shop and snacks at the snack bar! Bring cash for the corn cannons and quarters for feeding the goats!

Do I need to pay admission if I just want to go to the pumpkin patch?

Yes.  Admission is required to enter the farm.  However, the pumpkin barn is located at the entrance of the farm and does not require admission to shop. It is stocked with tons pumpkins grown on our farm, of many varieties. The pumpkin barn is also stocked with straw bales, corn stalk bundles, Indian corn, mums and much more!

How long is the hayride?

The ride can take about 10 minutes.  It is not set on a schedule and goes whenever we have riders. The tractor will wait for riders at the pick up location and continue rides until the end of the day.

Do I have to pay admission if I am just watching my kid play?

Yes.  Our farm is not just a playground. We need insurance and employees to run our business.  You will be pleasantly surprised that your visit is well worth the cost. You will not just be sitting and watching your kids play (although if you are, you will enjoy watching their smiles and hearing their laughter!). Adults can ride the mega slide, shoot the corn cannons, ride the hay ride, jump on the jump pillow (you should try that!) and much more!

Do you have group discounts?

Yes. It is $1 off each admission for groups of 15 or more.

Do you do parties or private events?

Not at the moment. You are welcome to have your party at our farm during normal business hours. We cannot make any reservations on picnic tables. You are allowed to bring your own cake and gifts. Alcohol is strictly prohibited on the entire property. Decorations are not allowed. We are working towards accommodating to birthday events and such, in the future.

Do you allow dogs/pets?

No. Pets are not allowed at the farm. Animals trained for service and aid, as per the ADA guidelines are acceptable, by law.

Hope we answered all of your questions. If not, contact us now.