Does each person that wants to go into the orchard have to pay?
Yes, due to the unavoidable waste that occurs in a pick your own apple experience, each person that wishes to enter the orchard will need to purchase an apple bag. Purchase includes a wagon ride to the orchard as well as the apples you will be picking. 2 and under is free but will not receive a bag. For pricing details, please click here.
Do adults accompanying children have to pay to go into the Barnyard?
Yes. The great thing about the Barnyard is that it offers something fun for everyone of all ages. Thus, we charge admission for anyone over the age of 2 that would like to enter the Barnyard. Please note that children under the age of 15 require adult supervision as the Barnyard does cover a vast area.
For weekly Barnyard discounts, check out our coupon page.
Is there an admission fee to go into the Farm Market?
No, there is not.
Is parking free?
Yes, it is free.
Can I bring my pet?
While we love animals, pets are not allowed with the exception of service dogs. We ask that service dogs be kept on a leash.
Are strollers allowed?
Strollers are allowed in all areas except the wagon ride and orchard. There is an area to park strollers at the wagon ride station.
Can I bring my own food?
We do not allow outside food. You can find many lunch and snack options in our Country Kitchen, Country Concession and Farm Market.
Which forms of payment do you accept?
We accept cash and the following credit and debit cards: Discover, Mastercard, Visa. We do not accept checks.
How large is the corn maze and how long will it take to get through?
The corn maze is cut into 10 acres of corn and has two sections. One section is a shorter maze and takes on average about 15 minutes to complete. The second section is a longer maze and takes on average about 40 minutes to complete. Since each section starts and ends at the entrance of the corn maze, you can complete one section and then decide whether you want to continue on to the next phase of the corn maze.
What are your busiest and slowest times to visit?
If you are looking for fewer crowds, we encourage you to visit us on a weekday or as early as possible during the season.
Our busiest days are Saturdays and Sundays from mid-September to mid-October. On those days, to minimize time spent waiting in line we recommend purchasing your ticket online and arriving towards the beginning of the day or after 2pm.
Peak times for the Country Kitchen are typically Saturdays and Sundays from 12pm-3pm.