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Frequently Asked Questions

Are dogs allowed on the farm?

With the exception of the enclosed playgrounds and the hayride, dogs are welcomed visitors to the farm as long as they are on a leash, well behaved and are picked up after on the property, including the parking lot.

Can I bring in outside food to the farm?

Yes. You are welcome to bring a picnic or snacks to the farm. Don't worry though, we have a concessions stand stocked with snacks, homemade ice cream and beverages. One gets rather thirsty after completing the maze! We also have a large picnic area located next to the maze to take a break and enjoy a snack! To reserve tables, however, a Group Reservation is required. Alcohol is strictly prohibited on the premises.

How long does it take to complete the corn maze?

Most folks are able to complete the smaller maze in less than an hour. The larger mazes each take about an hour depending on your navigation skills. Either way, you may want to pay a visit to the on-site facilities prior to entering. You’ll be glad you did!

Can you go in the corn maze after dark?

It gets really dark in the country when the sun goes down, however we have lights stationed throughout the farm. There are no lights on the corn maze paths though, so bring your flashlight—it’ll come in really handy.

Can I bring a stroller through the corn maze?

Yes. It will be helpful to bring your stroller with you if you’re visiting with small children. There are actually 3 puzzles within the maze that are just under 4 miles. No worries though, you can leave and re-enter the maze at your leisure. 

What should I wear when visiting the farm?

Make sure you dress appropriately for the outdoors, particularly when it comes to shoes. If it has rained a lot, the paths could still be wet in some areas. At the beginning of the season it can be quite warm, so don't forget your sunscreen. Towards the end of the season, it can be cooler, especially when the sun goes down. You may want to bring a light jacket if visiting in the evening.

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