Harvestville Farm invites you and your family to enjoy creating memories at our farm. In order to make your visit a pleasant one, we kindly ask that you keep our following farm policies and safety guidelines in mind.
COVID-19: Click HERE for details on how we are keeping our staff and guests safe this season.
Accessibility: Harvestville Farm is mostly handicapped accessible. Our 10-acre corn maze and farm grounds are on unpaved ground. Wheel chairs, strollers and wagons can be brought and are encouraged on our farm. They are even able to complete the 10-acre corn maze! Like any farm, however, our ground can be bumpy in spots.
Restrooms: Permanent restrooms are available to our guests at the farm. Along with being handicap accessible, we also have several diaper changing areas for our guests with young children. Hand Sanitizer stands are also stationed throughout our farm.
Money: We accept cash, debit cards, MasterCard, Visa, Discover, American Express and personal checks.
Pets: We NO longer allow pets on our farm as a safety precaution to other guests. Service dogs are allowed.
Weather: Extreme, unforeseen weather can force us to close at any time. We reserve this right for the safety of our guests.
Attire: We recommend being prepared for all weather conditions and recommend wearing closed-toe shoes and/or sneakers. Remember that you will be in a farm atmosphere and should dress appropriately for the best experience.
Corn Maze: In order to preserve our maze throughout the duration of the fall season, we ask that guests do not throw or pick the corn. We also ask guests to walk, not run through the corn maze and stay on the paths. Children age 12 years and younger must be accompanied by an adult in the corn maze. Remember, smoking is NOT allowed in the corn maze.
Busy Times: Weekends and weekday mornings are our busiest times. Weekday afternoons and evenings (in the fall) tend to be less crowded.
No alcoholic beverages allowed on the farm.
Smoking: Smoking is NOT allowed on our farm except in a designated area located near our parking lot.