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What You'll Get
A recently discovered alternative to the indoors, going "outside" offers adventurous explorers exposure to things such as wind, sunshine, and the naturally occurring mazes found in cornfields. Leave the indoors with today's Groupon to Schartner Farms in Bolton. Choose from the following options:
- For $9, you get two corn-maze admissions plus a free hayride (up to an $18 value).
- For $17, you get four corn-maze admissions plus a free hayride (up to a $36 value).
- For $39, you get ten corn-maze admissions plus a free hayride (up to a $90 value).
Children ages 3 and younger are always admitted free.
In its fourth generation of family operation, Schartner Farms opens its rolling orchards and flourishing fields to visitors during a host of autumn-themed activities. The four-acre corn maze leads explorers through a cavalcade of twists, turns, and rare corn cul-de-sacs as cloud-scraping stalks volunteer a vibrant green framework for pathfinders to follow. After weaving through the web of aspiring cobs, guests can hop aboard a complimentary hayride around the farm, where countryside settings present picturesque backdrops for picnics, family photos, or an all-goat revival of The Trip to Bountiful. Although not included with today's Groupon, Schartner Farms also offers animal attractions, pony rides, and pumpkin and apple picking for a full day's worth of fall festivities.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 30, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts for 2-entrance option and 1 additional as a gift for 4-entrance option. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Children under 3 are free. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Schartner Fruit Farms, LLC
Schartner Farms has a history that stretches even longer than its annual corn maze. After immigrating to the United States in 1902, the Schartner family settled in Bolton and opened a farm. For the next century, multiple generations of the family milked cows and filled the soil with seeds to grow fruits, vegetables, and cheeseburgers. The farm became something of a local landmark, and in 2006, the town of Bolton and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts designated it an Agricultural Preservation Restriction Farm.
Today, the fourth generation of Schartners runs the farm. Aside from the signature corn maze, they invite visitors to pick apples, and relax on hayrides, which wind past the property's forests, fields, and ponds.