2012 Corn Maize and Pick your own Pumpkin Patch
Thank you to all our Maize patrons-we appreciate your support!
Building on our success for the past three years, Sandy River Farms will again be hosting an “Amazing Maize” on a ten acre corn field south of the farm at 755 Farmington Falls Road. The Maize is a series of paths cut into the cornfield and will provide ample fun for young and old. In addition to the maize, the annual “Pick your own Pumpkin” patch will be adjacent to the Maize field with an old-fashioned hayride between the two. We have thousands of pumpkins in all shapes and sizes...come and get your Jack-o-lantern for Halloween!
The Corn Maize will cost $8.00 for adults and children over age 10 and $4.00 for children younger than 10. Children under 3 will be free. Cost also includes a free hayride, petting zoo of farm animals, an obstacle course and corn box. Credit cards are not accepted. Cash or local checks will be accepted.
The Maize will be open from 10-4 on weekends through October 28th.
Maize will be open the following dates:
October 6 and 7 AND 8 (Columbus Day)
October 13 and 14
October 20 and 21
October 27 and 28
The Maize will close on rainy days. Check the website for last minute rain closures.
No pets or alcohol are allowed in the Maize.
Other fun activities include a corn box for the little ones to play in (think sand box with corn), a new food concession stand with homemade goodies as well as hamburgers, hot dogs and fries for a “picnic in the cornfield.” Pumpkins will cost 35¢ per pound.
The eight car "Cow Train" will be available again this year. Rides are $2.00 per person for young or old alike.
Interested in a group tour or flashlight maize? Call for details about how to arrange these special options. Call the farm at 207 860 2100 ext1 to arrange for a special group tour either during the day or at night or rate availability. Group tours must have a minimum of 20 people.
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Check out Peter Mills interview about the Corn Maize with Brenda on YouTube: www.youtube.com/watch?v=q8QfmNZRWJc