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The Foster Family has farmed this land since 1790. Foster Farm was a working dairy farm until 2001. We’re proud of our farming history and now we invite you and your family to spend a day in the country. Solve the mazes, enjoy a leisurely hayride, pick a pumpkin and pet some friendly farm animals.

Corn Maze Rules

To ensure fun and safety for all, we have a few simple rules
and operate under a zero tolerance policy.

– DO NOT CUT THROUGH THE CORN! Stay within the Maze tape. Violators will be asked to leave.

– No Smoking and No Alcohol or Illegal Drugs.

– Do NOT pick, eat, throw or otherwise destroy the corn.

**Any throwing of corn or destruction of Foster Family Farm Property will result in immediate removal from the property and potential police involvement and possible arrest.**

– Children are responsible for their parents behavior at all times.

– Absolutely no children 14 yrs and under without an adult.

– No pets other than service animals.

– All guests must be out of the Maze by November 1 or be lost in the maze forever!

Other Helpful Information:

Restrooms: There are portable restrooms with hand sanitizers for your use.

Payment: Foster Farm accepts credit cards, cash and personal checks with photo ID.

Pets: Pet our farm animals. Please leave your own pets at home. Of course, service animals are allowed.

Attire: The Corn Mazes are located in an open field. Conditions can be windy or hot. It is always wise to dress in layers for warmth and changeable conditions. Most importantly, we strongly advise sturdy, closed-toe shoes or sneakers.

Weather: The Mazes are only open weather permitting. Muddy ground conditions after rain storms could force them to stay closed even after the rain has stopped. Please call if you question the weather in our area. If we need to close for the day, a message will be left on the farm answering machine and Facebook page.

Accessibility: Our Colossal Corn Mazes are in real corn fields on a real farm. The corn mazes include bridges and other obstacles. Unfortunately, it is not possible to make them handicapped accessible.  Strollers can also be difficult without assistance on bridges. Heavy duty strollers or backpacks are suggested.

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