Frequently Asked Questions

We frequently receive these questions, so we thought we would post them in our blog. Please let us know if you have additional questions when planning your visit!

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q:  What should I wear to the farm?

A:  We highly recommend you wear closed-toe shoes or sneakers that you don’t mind getting dirty. Bare feet are not permitted on the farm.  Remember that you will be in a farm atmosphere and should dress appropriately for the best experience. Be sure to remember the sunscreen and bug spray!

Q. How long does it take to go through the maze?

A. The maze is divided into three sections. Liberty Mills Farm is easy and takes 30 minutes to complete the maze and reach all the story stations. The trivia portion of our maze usually takes 45 minutes-1 hour to find all the trivia questions and complete the maze and the hole punch section of our maze will take 2-3 hours to locate all 21 hole punches and navigate the maze. As with any puzzle, some people solve them faster and some take more time. It also depends on the size of your group!

Q:  Are there restrooms?

A:  Portable Bathrooms are available at the farm during the corn maze season.

Q:  Will the corn maze be open if it’s raining?

A:  We will be open if it is a light drizzle. If it’s raining hard or if it rained hard the previous day we will usually be closed and will definitely be closed if it is lightening.  Check our Facebooksite or call our hotline, 540.672.8471, to verify that we are open.

Q:  Can I bring my pet?

A:  Sorry, pets, leashed or unleashed, are not allowed at the farm.

Q. Can I purchase food and beverages on the farm?

A. We will have bottled water and assorted Pepsi products available for purchase at the farm during corn maze season. Picnic tables are provided and you are welcome to bring your own picnic. There are many great lunch places in the area including the Barbeque Exchange in Gordonsville, Stonefire Station in Barbourseville and a great deli sandwiches and pizza at the Somerset Center Store.

Q:  What else do I need to know?

A:  No pets, smoking or alcohol are allowed on the farm at any time.  We are a working farm with some upaved, uneven surfaced paths.  Strollers and wagons can be brought on the premises, but the ground (like any farm) can be bumpy in spots.

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