Happy November!

Weekend Update: The Farm and Corn Maze will be closed on Saturday, November 14, but we will be OPEN on SUNDAY, November 15th for Procrastinator’s Day! We had over 4 inches of rain and the farm needs a chance to dry out ahead of your visit. All tickets will be sold at the Farm on Sunday. We look forward to your visit and sharing our 2020 Corn Maze with you for one last day before we harvest the crop!! Anchors Aweigh! 🌽⚓️

Sunday, November 15: 11-5


Thank you for supporting our Farm and our 2020 Anchors Aweigh Corn Maze! You can see our full calendar and order tickets online using the button at the end of this post.  Tickets are also available for purchase at our Farm Market. Please visit our Covid-19 page for details on how we are working hard to keep you and our staff safe. Please be sure to check with us prior to your visit if there is rain or the chance of heavy rain as we may close under certain conditions.
We highly encourage you to order your tickets online if you plan on visiting on a Saturday or Sunday. Please note, the last ticket for the maze is sold one hour before the listed closing time during the day.

Anchors Aweigh

Here are this weekends details:
Friday, October 30:  Closed due to weather
Saturday, October 31: 10 am – 10 pm
Daytime Maze: 10 am – 6 pm,
Hay Wagon Rides, 10:30-6
Firefly on the Fly Food Truck: 11-5
Flashlight Corn Maze – 6 pm – 10 pm: working flashlight required (not a cell phone); Last entrance at 8:30 pm – MUST PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE IN ADVANCE
Sunday, November 1 – DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME:
Corn Maze, 11 am – 5 pm,
Hay Wagon Rides: 11 am – 5 pm
Firefly on the Fly Food Truck: 11-5
Halloween Flashlight Maze Notice:  Tickets MUST be purchased ONLINE. Admissions will NOT be sold at the Farm the night of October 31st.
Largest Corn Maze in the Country! We look forward to your visit in 2020!

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Be sure to watch our Entrance Video before you arrive, so your are all ready to begin your Amazing Adventure!

Anchors Aweigh – 2020 Corn Maze – 34 Acres – the Country’s Largest

See an aerial fly over of our 2020 Anchors Aweigh  maze.

Although we are the largest Corn Maze east of the Mississippi River, 34 acres, we divide our maze into four (4) separate trails. The first trail takes about 30 minutes to find all our story stations and navigate the paths. Our medium level maze offers great trivia based on the maze theme for the year (Anchors Aweigh in 2020!) and takes approximately 45 minutes to one hour to complete. Our third level? It may take you 2-3 hours, but the satisfaction of finding all 21 flags/letters and finding your way out is absolutely farmtastic!  The fourth level is the mystery maze at the top of the maze. No maps here to guide you, you are on your own! Your daytime maze ticket allows you to complete one or all four maze trails.  All maze times are approximate as it depends on your strategy, sense of adventure and size of your group! Our 2020 Maze is open from September 12-November 11. Please visit Plan Your Visit for a complete calendar. The hay wagon and full activity area are available on weekends beginning the end of September – the hay wagon does not run on weekdays.

Weekend ticket prices are $12 per person for daytime maze admission. Ages 4 and under are always free for the maze. Flashlight Maze Admission is $14 per person, ages 5 and up . A working flashlight is required for admission to the flashlight maze. A cell phone app is not acceptable. No exceptions. Flashlight mazes are held on Saturday evenings beginning late September through the first weekend in November. See the calendar for details regarding hours and days. Weekday ticket prices, Mondays/Wednesdays/Thursdays are $10 per person. Make plans today for your farmtastic adventure!



Aerial View of 2019 Corn Maze

33 Acre Corn Maze in Somerset, VA – One Small Step



2018 Maze Theme is Dinosaurs!


2017 Aim High Corn Maze

2017 Aim High Corn Maze – Aerial Photo by Skip Degan


2016 - 25 Acre Corn Maze

2016 – 25 Acre Corn Maze – Aerial Photo by Matt Strauss and Steve Roth

Aerial photography by Lynn Dawson and Matthew Strauss

2015 Aerial Photo of Curiouser and Curiouser. Photo by Matt Strauss & Lynn Dawson

Star-Spangled Banner Maze

2014 Aerial photo by Lynn Dawson & Matt Strauss

2013 Corn Maze photo by Lynn Dawson

2012 Corn Maze Aerial photo by Lynn Dawson

2011 Conceived in Liberty Maze

2011 Corn Maze Aerial Photo by Bruce Southall

2010 aerial photo by Bruce Southall