Corn-Maze Visit for Two or Four at Phillips Farms of Cary (45% Off)

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Acres of corn transform into a winding maze with zig zagging paths laid out to spell the farm’s name from above

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Promotional value expires Oct 6, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 1 per visit. Valid on Friday - Sunday from 9/21 - 9/22, 9/27 - 9/29, and 10/4 - 10/6 only. Subject to weather conditions. Not valid for Field of Screams. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Phillips Farms of Cary - Cary: Corn-Maze Visit for Two or Four at Phillips Farms of Cary (45% Off)

Corn mazes are statistically the safest of all labyrinths, thanks to their edible walls and minotaurs’ seasonal allergies. Celebrate the season in safety with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $11 for corn-maze entry for two (a $20 value)
  • $22 for corn-maze entry for four (a $40 value)<p>

This Groupon is valid on the following dates:

  • September 21 and 22
  • September 27, 28, and 29
  • October 4, 5, and 6<p>

Phillips Farms unveils a new corn maze for the season, along with activities such as cow train rides, pumpkin-patch hayrides, a giant bounce pillow and spider web, pedal-cart race track, rubber duck races, antique tractors, and a giant tube swing. For a few dollars more, guests may pluck their own pumpkin from the vibrant-colored patch, shoot the corn cannon, or feed the baby goats for a quarter per handful of feed. Hot cider, freshly grilled burgers and hot dogs, and candy apples pair well with the crisp, autumn air.<p> 

Phillips Farms

Phillips Farms cultivates more than just crops of strawberries and corn. During seasonal events, the farm reaps all-ages fun for families with a variety of attractions and activities. Strawberry season brings about picking sessions where visitors can pluck their own fruit, and as autumn descends on the farm, so to do 40-foot bounce pillows, pedal carts, and a winding corn maze. Guests can make their way through a labyrinthine path that changes every year and celebrate a successful trip with kettle corn baked fresh to order or by high-fiving a pygmy goat in the petting area. October also brings about frightening chills from a two-story Gore House filled with zombies and ghouls around every corner.


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97% of 274 customers recommend

  • “Great pumpkin patch farm! All features are included in the admission price which is great! The only thing we didn't know is that they charge for the pumpkins if you...”

    “Great pumpkin patch farm! All features are included in the admission price which is great! The only thing we didn't know is that they charge for the pumpkins if you decide to take any for keeps Prices seemed slightly high there We also purchased food from the concessions and have to say that is extremely reasonable We went with 2 other families with children ranging from ages 2 - 7 and we had a great time Kids were busy trying all the features for over 4 hours and we still left a few things untried! Certainly a great farm we will visit again! And we loved that it was not too crowded!”

  • “We had a great time!”

  • “Good place”

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    Cary

    6701 Good Hope Church Rd.

    Cary, NC 27519

    +19194673004

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