We are a real working farm with rolling hills and unpaved, uneven paths. Our Farm Market and hayride have wheelchair accessible ramps. Strollers and wagons can be brought on premises but the ground (like any farm) can be bumpy in spots. Strollers can not be brought onto the hayride but can be left in your vehicle or beside the loading area.
Service dogs are are always welcome but please leave your pets at home. For the safety of our guests, staff, and farm animals we do not allow pets to be brought onto the farm.
There is no smoking or vaping allowed anywhere on the farm for the health and safety of other guests and our staff.
All children under 14 attending the Fall Festival must be accompanied by an adult. Stay with your children at all times. It is very easy for young children to become lost on our large farm. If you lose track of your child, inform one of our staff immediately so we can commence our lost child protocol.
There is a washroom in the Farm Market and portable toilets in the Field of Fun during the Fall Festival.
Our Farm Market is open every day, rain or shine. Our Corn Maze and Field of Fun are weather dependent. We strive to provide a safe and enjoyable environment for all our guests. If it is raining or our farm is muddy the Maze and Field of Fun will usually be closed. The decision to be open or closed is made on a day-to-day basis depending upon the conditions at the farm. An announcement regarding any weather closure will be made on our website homepage and social media pages. You can also inquire by calling the farm at (506) 392-6279.
During September and October, we recommend being prepared for cool weather. We also recommend wearing supportive closed-toe shoes or sneakers with a good tread. Remember that you will be in a farm atmosphere and should dress appropriately for the best experience.
Our busiest times are in late September and early October. If you are looking for smaller crowds and good weather you may want to plan your visit to the farm earlier in the season or between 10 am – 12 pm during the rest of the season.
Please, only feed the animals the animal feed sold in the Market and Snack Shack. Do not feed them corn or corn stalks as it is too rich for their diet.
Please don’t throw or pick the corn. We ask that you don’t run in the corn maze and stay on the paths. Do not knock down corn stalks. Remember, smoking is not allowed on the farm at all.