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Reviewed November 29, 2015
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What You'll Get
$29 for admission for two, including access to the amazing maize maze ($45 value)
- Two general admissions
- Up to 20 pounds of pumpkins to take home
- Two apple-cider donuts
The meandering hayride wanders past Halloween scenes in the woods, stopping halfway for cider and apple-cider donuts. It’s not a haunted hayride and is appropriate for all ages.
General admission includes access to the jumping pillow, MooMooChooChoo, chicken show, animal feed area, kiddie and barnyard mazes, Fabulous Sports Center, and hayrides during the day, plus many other attractions.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 1, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Includes jumping pillow, moomoochoochoo, chicken show, spider web, animal feed area, day time hay ride, expanded farm play area, kiddie mazes, zip lines, pedal carts, barnyard mazes, amazing maize maze, sports center, bean bag toss, 20 pounds of pumpkins, and 2 cider donuts. Excludes train, paintball, gem mining, and corn cannon. Not valid October 9, 2015 to October 12, 2015. All services must be redeemed during a single visit by same customers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Ellms Family Farm
There’s a fire in the field and only one way out. Unfortunately, that way is twisted and riddled with dead-ends. But at the end, past 5 acres of carved paths and corn-themed puzzles, past thousands of stalks of corn swaying in the wind, past delirious visions of poker-playing scarecrows, is an interactive corn maize. Ellms Family Farm’s interactive Amazing Maize maze, an obstacle that carries on pastoral autumn traditions with roughly 90 minutes of music and fun. Yet this maze is just one way that the Ellms family celebrates the changing season—it also serves up crispy apple-cider donuts, lobs wee ones into the air on the farm-favorite Jumping Pillow, and treats guests to a number of other themed activities it has developed over the years.
The farm’s history stretches back to 1984, when Chip and Sally Ellms planted their first batch of Christmas trees and began inviting visitors to stop by and admire the easy wind and downy flakes of winter. As the family grew, the farm kept pace, expanding to cover more than 200 acres and incorporate activities that help guests celebrate autumn as well. Throughout the harvest season, guests flock to the fields to play conductor or coal shoveler on the MooMooChooChoo train or pick out fresh pumpkins in the patch.