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Farm Policies

For Parents

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.

Facilities Disclaimer

As a real working farm, Maris Farms is operated around a rustic dairy farm setting and natural environments.  If you travel to the corn maze or pumpkin patch you will encounter uneven terrain, rocks, mud, and corn leaves.  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.

Rain Check

If rain conditions at the time of your visit forces your fun to end early, you can request a rain check to return another day and use your paid admission as credit toward your return visit. For example, weekday admission is $10, if your visit qualifies for a rain check situation, you can return another weekday and not pay anything additional. If you return on a weekend, you would need to pay the difference between weekday and weekend admission.

Commercial Photography

We are glad you thought of using Maris Farms and its amazing scenery as a backdrop to your clients’ photos. We’ve adopted an exchange policy for photographers requesting access to the farm for their photo shoots. In order to use Maris Farms for commercial photography purposes, we require commercial photographers to provide at least 10 quality photos taken at Maris Farms for Maris Farms’ ownership and use. These can be with or without your clients as subjects if they’d rather not share their images. Photos are to be sent to Maris Farms within 10 days of your photo shoot.

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). 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.

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