Wooden Nickel Corn Maze 2012 August 31-November 3, weather permitting.
SEPTEMBER HOURS: 11am - 10pm every Fri., Sat. & Sun. Mon-Thurs 11am-6pm. Weekdays & evening by appt. for scheduled groups.
OCTOBER HOURS: 11am – 10pm daily, last entry 9:30pm. Extended November 1-3
Restaurant will be serving until 9:00pm on days the Corn Maze is open in October and November.
Regular Maze General Admission: Ages 4 and under – free
Ages 5 – 54 $6
Seniors Age 55+: $3
EXTENDED additional weekend Friday and Saturday November 2 & 3 if it doesn’t rain! Haunted Maze Trail Admission: $10 for all. No coupons or discounts. Open Fridays and Saturdays in October from Dark until 10pm, weather permitting. Call ahead for current conditions. Path is muddy, wear appropriate footwear.
Corn Maze Group Pricing (must call in advance for reservations):
|Regular Corn Maze Pricing (advance reservations required)|
|Minimum #||Min. charge||Per person||Savings|
|Regular admission||1||$ 6.00||$ 6.00||NA|
|Small group||10||$ 55.00||$ 5.50||$ 5.00|
|Medium group||20||$ 100.00||$ 5.00||$ 20.00|
|Large group||35||$ 157.50||$ 4.50||$ 45.00|
|2011 Harry Potter-esque Design|
Call 814-734-2833 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your group or for more details
- Feed the animals in the petting zoo area. Goats, Alpaca, and Chickens.
(Petting Zoo open all season)
- Mickey’s Homemade fresh pumpkin pie-whole or by the piece
- Pumpkins, straw bales, and corn stalk bundles for fall decorating for sale
“Night Stalking” after dark. Guests admitted until 9:30pm. Bring your own flashlight or rent one here for $1 plus deposit. Children 16 and under must be accompanied by an adult. No horseplay, throwing corn, or rowdiness tolerated. Good clean fun for the entire family, church & youth groups, birthday party, or other “herd”. Unless it’s been raining, then it’s good dirty fun for the entire family, church & youth groups, birthday party, or other “herd”.
Corn Maze tips: Bring old shoes to wear. The field is typically muddy especially after a rain. Flip flops and open toed shoes are NOT recommended. No running or cutting through the corn. You could fall or run into someone else injuring you both. Do not pick the corn or break the corn stalks. We use the corn at the end of the season to heat our home. The Buffalo herd is let into the maze after the season and eat the stalks over the winter for food.
DIRECTIONS: I-79 to Edinboro Exit 166, East on Route 6N-1/4 mile, Left onto Fry Rd, 1/2 mile to Koman Rd, Left onto Koman, follow 1/4 mile to the Farm. Watch for the signs.