2019 Season: Saturday, September 14 - Sunday, November 3, 2019
September 14 -November 3, 2019
Wed & Thurs* 1pm - 7pm (Oct)
Fridays 4pm - 10pm (Sept)
Fridays* 1pm-10pm (Oct)
Saturdays 10am - 10pm
Sundays 10am - 7pm
*Educational School Field Trips
offered Wed-Thurs-Fri in October
-Last Hayride leaves at 6:30pm
-Corn Maze closes 30 min before park
-Limited food selections on weekdays & after 8pm on weekends
CHECK FACEBOOK FOR FARM CLOSURES
(at least a 2 hour notice will be given)
2 & under and 80+ FREE
2019 Daily Rates:
Wed-Thurs-Fri: $9 (Ages 3-79)
some food & attractions are closed on weekdays
Sat-Sun: $15 (Ages 3 - 59)
Seniors: $12 (Ages 60-79)
Hometown Heroes: $12
(Military, Police, Firefighters, First Responders)
College Students: $7.50 (with ID)
Season Pass: $25
(Unlimited visits all season long)
New! IMFamily Deal: $199
4 Season Passes, 2 Refillable Souvenir Mugs, 2 One-Day Buddy Passes, $80 Gift Card, Exclusive Weekly Coupons & Discounts
Retail Value: $224
Check out our Groups & Parties page
for discounts on larger parties!
Included in Admssion
Includes: Corn Maze, Wagon ride to Pumpkins, Corncob Beach, Bat Glide kid-ziplines, Buckaroo Ball Town, Irons Mill Hill Super Slides, Jumping Pillows, Pumpkin Bowling, Bee Hive, Farm Animals and so much more.
Additional Fee Activities
Farmstead Express Train Ride: now FREE with paid admission
closes daily at 7pm
$5 per bucket of 10 apples
Sat & Sun only: 10am-7pm
Barnwelly Dance Parties:
Saturdays: 1:oopm and 7:00pm
Saturdays & Sundays
1:30pm, 3:30pm, and 5:30pm
Candy Cannon Show:
Saturdays & Sundays: 4:30pm
Rent a Campfire $50
Private Campfire Areas:
Incl. 2 benches & 1 picnic table.
Fridays: 5p-10p (1/2 off! only $25)
Saturdays: 11a-2p, 3p-6p & 7p-10p
Sundays: 11a-2p & 3p-6p
*each guest must have farm admission to participate
We accept Cash, Visa, MasterCard, Discover & AMEX.
NO checks please.
"Every year it just keeps getting better. Looking forward to seeing what's new this year!" -Heather
Accessibility: We are a real working farm with some rolling hills and unpaved, uneven surfaced paths. Strollers and wagons can be brought on premises but the ground (like any farm) can be bumpy in spots.
Restrooms: There are porta-potties on site at Irons Mill Farmstead, along with real hand-washing sinks and a baby-changing station.
Attire: Because we operate in the fall, we recommend being prepared for cool weather. We also recommend wearing closed-toe shoes (preferably boots). This a farm atmosphere — dress appropriately for the best experience. Bring an extra pair of socks since you have to remove your shoes for Jumping Pillows & Corn Cob Beach and your socks might get wet.