A Few Simple Rules…
Please no pets, smoking, drugs or alcohol allowed on the farm.
We are a real working farm with some rolling hills and unpaved, uneven surfaced paths. Strollers and wagons can be brought on premises but the ground (like any farm) can be bumpy in spots.
We have porta potties on site.
Hand Washing Station:
We are providing a location for hand washing.
Food and Beverages:
You are welcome to bring your own food and beverages (no alcohol). We will have a small concession stand with snacks, water and soda. Picnic tables are available to use. Campfire sites are available to rent to cook your own food.
If the weather is rainy, please give us a call in advance of coming out to the farm. The decision to be open or closed is on a day-by-day basis depending upon the conditions at the farm. If you are making group reservations, you might want to plan and schedule a rain date.
Because you can never tell what the weather will be in September and October, we recommend being prepared for cool weather. We also recommend wearing suitable, closed-toe shoes or sneakers. Remember that you will be in a farm atmosphere and should dress appropriately for the best experience.
If you are thinking about making reservations, please make them early so you can have the date you want. Come early in the season to enjoy the beautiful weather and still have time to come back to enjoy being out again.
Please do not climb into the pen with the animals. Do not try to feed the animals.
Please don’t throw or pick the corn. DO NOT CUT THROUGH THE CORN! Taking shortcuts will damage the maze. Remember, smoking is not allowed on the farm at all.
Big Bale Maze:
Please do not climb on the bales. It is dangerous, we do not want anyone hurt.
- Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
- No running, the ground is uneven in places, and you could be injured.
- No littering. There are several trash cans located around the farm. Please use them for your litter.
- Please do not pick the various gourds and pumpkins that are planted around the grounds or that may be just growing on their own. These are there for everyone to enjoy seeing.