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Event Information, Hours and Dates2024-01-16T16:09:28-08:00

All of our public events offer at least two of our best farm restaurants for you to enjoy, as well as our carefully curated and incredibly cute gift shop. Espresso, ice cream and kettle corn are also the must haves during your visit. Farm Play Admission includes all the activities (up to 40) great for young and the young at heart. Flowers, food, merchandise and produce sold upon selection.

Baby Animals and Blooms Days: Three weekends in total – planned for the last weekend of April and the first 2 weekends of May, ending on Mother’s Day. Hours are 10 AM – 5 PM. Baby Animals and Blooms Days features cute and cuddly farm critters, a one acre tulip field and Maker’s Market. Tulip will be available to cut for purchase while supplies last.

Sunflower Days: Sunflower Days occurs on the second through the fourth weekends of August. Hours are 10 AM – 5 PM. Sunflower Days features a five acre field adorned with rows of Sunflowers alternating with rows of  Zinnias and lawn, making it the perfect setting for picnics, pictures and flower picking.  Flowers will be available to cut for purchase while supplies last.

Fall Fest: Fall Fest at Maris Farms runs Fridays-Sundays throughout October. The 2024 Fall season begins at Maris Farms on Saturday, September 28th. Fall Fest features a five acre pumpkin patch, corn maze, live pig and duck races plus EXPANDED DESTRUCTION ZONE! {Apple Cannons, Paintball Gallery, & Gel Blaster Court (ammunition sold separately)}

Fall Fest Hours: Fridays 1 PM – 10 PM | Saturdays 10 AM – 10 PM | Sundays 10 AM – 7 PM

Haunted Woods: The Haunted Woods runs each weekend during our Fall Fest. This is an intensely haunted 1/2 mile walk through a corn field and forest, where screams and frights may be around any corner. Haunted Woods admission includes access to the farm, restaurants, Destruction Zone and unstaffed activities up to 2 hours prior to your haunt ticket time. If you’d like to do the corn maze, ride the hay wagon or arrive up to 4 hours prior to your haunt time, you can add on the Haunt & Play Add-On ticket to your Haunted Woods admission for full farm access. Due to the fright level, the Haunted Woods is not recommended for ages 12 or younger.

Haunted Woods general schedule: Nightly until 10 PM, Fridays, Saturdays and select Sunday nights in October. See ticket page for specific dates and times, as they vary depending on time of nightfall.

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Can I bring my dog?2024-01-16T13:47:00-08:00

Well-socialized, friendly, leashed dogs can attend during your daytime visit, but must register upon entry at our information booth.

You are required to clean up after your pet during your visit. Please be sure to bring waste bags.

For Parents2024-01-16T13:49:36-08:00

As parents ourselves, as well as the owners of Maris Farms, we strive to provide a fun and safe environment so that visitors of all ages can enjoy their experience.

Please plan on participating with your children and supervising them as they experience Maris Farms. Doing so will help create family memories as well as ensure their safety and well being.


Special Note to Parents: As parents as well as owners of Maris Farms, we strive to provide a fun experience for all ages. Please supervise your children when visiting Maris Farms, not only to ensure their safety and well being, but also to share in the memories.

Due to a high and intense fright factor, our Haunted Woods may not be appropriate for children.

Plenty to Eat and Drink2023-11-20T15:58:25-08:00

We always offer a great selection of dining options based on the number of guests anticipated for an event. Open for each event is the Kettle and Roasted Corn stand, Farm Grounds Espresso, and the Milkhouse Ice Cream and Sweet Shop.

Baby Animals and Blooms and Sunflower Days: Plan on the Farmer’s Girll Grill, serving delicious hamburgers and other favorites.

In October you will find a full assortment of up to four restaurants to satisfy (burgers, hot dogs, pizza and BBQ).

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Facilities Disclaimer2024-01-16T13:50:52-08:00

As a real working farm, Maris Farms is operated around a rustic dairy farm setting and natural environments. If you travel around the farm you will encounter uneven terrain, rocks, mud, and plant debris. Please plan accordingly.

Please obey both common sense and established rules of each venue when visiting. We welcome any and all input to help us improve our facility.

Special Needs2023-10-07T12:21:48-07:00

Since this is a natural terrain event, there are areas in the Haunted Woods and corn maze that are not accessible by mobility scooters or motorized wheelchairs.

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We offer free parking. There are small windows on busy weekends when the main parking lot is full so we will open up another lot across the street. If you see cars parked on the road, it does not mean the parking lot is full when you arrive. Please park in our parking lot before choosing to park on road.

What to Bring2022-12-01T07:32:09-08:00

What you bring will depend on what you want to do and what the weather is like.

On a rainy day, be sure and bring your umbrella and boots, as well as a rain slicker and possibly some towels to wipe off mud and dry off before getting back in your vehicle.

Bring flashlights ONLY for the night corn maze.

What NOT to Bring2022-12-01T07:32:54-08:00

Keep the farm family friendly…please leave your drones, photo props, weapons, children’s potties, and offensive clothing at home.

Beat the Crowds2023-11-20T16:00:32-08:00

The first 2 weekends of October are the least busy weekends at Maris Farms. We do limit capacity to assure the best visit possible, which usually impacts the 3rd and 4th weekend of October. The Haunted Woods frequently sells out most weekends. Please secure your tickets online before making the drive out.

What to Wear2022-12-01T07:32:05-08:00

Its outdoors, so please dress accordingly. The weather can be unpredictable — sunny and 70’s one weekend, sideways rain the next. You want to make sure and dress for the occasion.

Nighttime activities will bring out the chill, so keep that in mind. Even if its dry when you visit, if we’ve had persistent rains in the week leading up to your visit, you will most likely be navigating around puddles and some mud. Your best Tennis Shoes, dress shoes and high heels are a bad idea on the farm!

Our suggestions: footwear that can handle mud, gravel and uneven terrain -recommended rubber boots – and a warm jacket and/or rain jacket for the unpredictable sun-to-rain, rain-to-sun, sun-back-to-rain two hour visit you’ll have.


We are glad you thought of using Maris Farms and its amazing scenery as a backdrop to your clients’ photos. We’ve developed several options to help you and your clients capture the seasonal beauty of the farm in your photographs.

Non-private photo shoots: If a photographer would like to conduct photo shoots when the farm is open to the public, both photographers and their clients alike are required to pay farm admission applicable to time of visit (photographers may benefit by purchasing a season pass if they foresee using the farm multiple times during regular hours). It probably goes without saying, but we want to make sure there is an understanding that equipment, staging or photography cannot interfere with the enjoyment or access to the facility by other customers.

Semi-private rental, great for mini-sessions: This option was created with the intention to create an environment that will allow for better quality photos as well as a better experience for photographers and their clients. This is a semi-private rental, as there will be other photographers allowed to also rent the farm for the same purpose. Since the farm will be closed, no activities or merchandise will be available.

Spring Tulips/Baby Animals and Blooms: Option TBD

Summer Flowers/Sunflower Days: Option TBD


Drones: No drone use at the farm without express permission from a Maris Farms representative

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