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What You'll Get
A family outing fosters lifelong memories and gives houses the chance to molt in private. Leave your domicile to its own devices with today's Groupon: for $8, you get two general-admission tickets to Aw Shucks Farms in Monroe (up to a $16 value). General admission includes the following:
- Corn maze
- Animal barn and chicken coop
- Nature trail
- Horseshoe pits
- Tree house
- Football toss
- Hay trail
- 1800s train car
- Kids' play area
Children 3 and under receive free admission on the weekend with a paid adult, and seniors receive a $2 discount.
Aw Shucks Farms, featured on American Pickers in 2010, occupies agriculturally curious visitors with a 6-acre corn maze and a load of fun farm activities amid an outdoor agrarian wonderland. The corn maze boasts a different design each year and welcomes adventurers to gallivant through its starch-filled labyrinth. Picturesque hayrides run continuously throughout the day, shipping guests to various destinations such as the animal barn, where amblers exchange salutations and suspicious glares with turkeys, sheep, goats, and chickens. The nature trail attracts all sorts of winged wayfarers with a plethora of birdhouses, and the 1800s train car opens its doors on the weekend for guests to admire its old-time suitcases and luggage racks. Before departing, guests can scan the gift shop for locally made products, such as goat’s-milk soap, honey, or self portraits scrawled by imaginative bovines.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 20, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. Limit 2 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Aw Shucks Farms
Every September, Aw Shucks farms opens its fields to the public and celebrates harvest season with a variety of family-friendly activities. The hallmark attraction is the farm's annual corn maze, a beloved fall tradition that invites guests to navigate the seven foot corn stalks by light of day, or at night, guided by flashlights. But the fun doesn't stop once they find the exit—a grain bin slide, tumbleweed roll, antique train car, and paddleboats are just a few of the attractions waiting to be explored by visitors young and old. Hayrides give passengers a scenic view of the farm grounds during the day, while at night, adventurous souls can gather around a bonfire to devour s'mores and listen to spine-tingling tales told by local storytellers.
Of course, if scary stories aren't enough to raise the hair on your neck, you can always attempt the farm's other blood-curdling attraction: the 13th Acre Haunted House. Beginning at dusk on Friday and Saturday nights, horrific creatures descend upon the farm to terrorize the living as they wind their way through the darkened woods. The scenes are so gruesome, that the event is not recommended for children under age 8 or theater critics who are easily bothered by overacting.