5-acre corn maze peppered with fall facts; tractor hayrides travel through cornfields and pumpkin patches
About This Deal
- Fleitz Pumpkin Farm’s 1-acre corn maze is ideal for families with young children. It takes about 12 minutes to explore.
- The farm’s 5-acre maze takes up to 30 minutes to explore, and includes 10 discovery points and a 15-foot tower that offers panoramic views of the maze and orchard.
Need To Know
About Fleitz Pumpkin Farm
In 1906, Joseph Fleitz purchased a tract of land along Seaman Road. Though he immediately started to farm, it would be another 85 years before his great-grandson, Paul, planted the first pumpkin patch, officially christening it Fleitz Pumpkin Farm. Since then, the family has built other attractions. The wind whispers through the stalks of a 5-acre corn maze, one capable of stumping even Ivy League–educated scarecrows. Tractors pull hay carts full of chattering riders off to get a closer look at the farm.
Other amenities include access to a barn play area for kids, a craft barn, and an area to feed goats. During the fall, when the air grows crisp and cornucopias hang heavy on the trees, row upon row of sunset-hued pumpkins line the periphery of the farm and scents of cinnamon drift from a snack shack serving freshly made doughnuts and hot cider.