Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Admission includes our 8-acre corn maze, 1-acre soybean maze, giant slide, play in the corn bin, a hay ride, bonfire when the weather cools (October), and the activity zone (tetherball, pumpkin checkers and tic tac toe, Giant Jenga, bouncy animal race, cornhole). We also have a sunflower field for viewing.

Additional cost items are face painting, food from 1832 Brew and pumpkins and decor.

No, you do not have to purchase a wristband to shop in our retail area.

You’re about to experience life in the country, so we recommend wearing close-toed shoes you don’t mind getting a little dirty. Bring bug spray in case the mosquitos are out. Water in the maze is a good idea.

Fall at Oak Hill is an all outdoor activity and subject to the weather. We can handle a little rain, but if it gets too rainy or storms, we have to close. Check our Facebook page and top of the home page for real-time updates and news about any weather related closures.

We do not offer refunds. Please check the weather and our Facebook page before you come. 

The maze is cut into about 8 acres of corn. That is about the size of 8 football fields!

Our experience is that most people should enjoy 30-60 minutes of getting lost and we shoot for that as the average time. We have broken the maze into two parts, so you have the option of completing one or both parts, depending on your skill and patience.

We have a restroom trailer that is as nice and clean as your bathroom at home. 

Yes! You’ll love picking them right out of the field in our patch. 

In addition to our experience on the farm, we sell pumpkins, Indian Corn, and all kinds of fall décor: wooden signs, cutout letters and wreaths. Everything is handmade or grown by us or someone local. We thank you for supporting our community.

We encourage you to bring s’more ingredients to cook over our campfire once the weather turns cool enough for us to light it. We provide the sticks, but cannot sell ingredients due to health code. Other food is allowed, too, but we encourage you to try the exceptional food we have available at the farm. 

To keep all of our guests safe, unfortunately we cannot allow pets, other than service animals.

You should be aware, the ground tends to be uneven and bumpy in places, but we welcome strollers. Bigger wheels will be easier to maneuver.

We take cash or major credit/debit cards.

DATES & HOURS

OPEN DURING SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER:

CHRISTMAS TREE SEASON: Opens NOVEMBER 23

>Saturday 10 a.m.-8 p.m.

>Sunday 1-6 p.m. 

>Private Rentals Sundays 6-8 p.m.

ADMISSION

$8 per person

2 & under are free

 

Admission includes the corn maze, soybean maze, and activity zone and hay rides.

 

No admission to shop the pumpkin  & decor area

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