Fall Fun Begins Here

Plan Your Visit

Get outside this fall

Thank you for a great 2021 season–we’ll see you again next fall!

People walking near maze

Closed for the season — see you in 2022!

September 1 through November 14, 2021


Wednesdays through Sundays (closed Mondays and Tuesdays)

9 am to 10 pm (last entry 8 pm)

Please note : on Sundays in November we close at 7 pm (last entry is 5 pm)


***Zompocalypse has been canceled for 2021***


October Weekdays (and all November dates) — $12.50 online ($15.60 on at gate)

October Weekends (Sat/Sun)– $14.50 online ($18.20 at gate)

Season Passes — $29.50

Age 2 and under are free

Pumpkins not included


2021 Tickets Available Online

Online ticket purchase is strongly recommended–and will save you 20% over at-the-gate admission. Tickets are transferable and you can easily change dates and times. We do sell out for popular times and dates and tickets are not guaranteed to be available at the gate. (Also keep in mind that there is no wifi and very limited or non-existent cell service at the farm, so purchase tickets before you leave home.)

Season Passes

Consider a season pass and really get to know the farm. Visit any time we are open in 2021, no reservations needed. We love to see familiar faces, and there’s plenty to do here. Passes are for one person and are not transferable.

Couple with pumpkin

All Admissons Include:

  • Schrödinger’s Cat and Other Thought Experiments 15 acre Corn Maze
  • Children’s Maze and Farm Funnies Game
  • String Theory Maze
  • Barnyard Animals
  • Molehill Mountain Adventure Slides and Cave
  • Natural Play Area
  • Haymow Hayfort and Spider Webs
  • Walking and hiking areas
  • Enchanted Woods
  • Little Farmer Area
  • Silo-phone
  • Silo Climbing Wall
  • Ice Age Boulders Climber
  • Picnic areas
  • Tractor Tire Playground
  • Gaga Ball
  • Duck Races
  • Visit our three pumpkin patches
  • And more…

Quick Answers

Do I need a reservation?

Online reservations are strongly suggested to ensure entry. We do usually sell out for October Saturdays and Sundays. Also, save 20% by buying online.

We are open rain or shine

Don't worry, we're here for you. (If it's been rainy, wear boots...)

Humans only

Although we really love dogs, we can't allow them for liability reasons. Thanks for understanding.

Yes, we DO accept credit/debit cards

We are primarily cashless for quick, contactless checkouts, but will some farm locations will take cash.


We do allow food to be brought in. Picnics are encouraged!


More questions? We have answers!

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Baby and pumpkin
Cat at Treinen Farm
Wagons full of pumpkins
Proud family finishes corn maze

Covid Safety 2021 -- update as of 10/24/21

Note: Zompocalypse has been canceled for 2021--sorry!

We are fortunate here at the farm to have many acres of outdoor space for visitors to spread out and minimize risk from Covid-19. We are continually monitoring public health recommendations, and so our policies may change at any time.

Masks: Masks are required in all of our indoor areas for all visitors (when others are present.) These include the Chicken House Store, Little Farmer Area, Haymow, Silo Chamber, and Corn Pit. As of this writing, masks are not required in other areas of the farm, although visitors are encouraged to wear masks anywhere that social distancing cannot be easily maintained.

Online Timed Ticketing: Many visitors last year appreciated how our ticketing system allowed them to see how many tickets had been sold any given time, so visitors could attend at less busy times if desired. Timed ticketing also allows us to manage lines and reduce crowded conditions, creating a safer and more pleasant fall experience for our visitors. We are continuing to offer online timed ticketing in 2021. Save 20% over at-the-gate prices and be assured of entry by purchasing tickets online. Consider a season pass for access all season.

Social Distancing: We have kept many of the layout changes we made last year, which helps to maintain distance throughout the farm.

Contactless Check-in and Check-out: Technology has helped us to keep these experiences fast and easy, which reduces or eliminates lines.

Groups and Events: Outdoor gatherings are much safer than those indoors, and we are happy to have space for groups of all sizes.

Hayrides: As of this writing, horse-drawn wagon rides will not be offered in 2021.


Social Distancing

Timed Ticketing to Reduce Crowding

Social Distancing

Plenty of Space to Social Distance

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Indoor Areas Are Well-Ventilated


Additional Hand Sanitizing Stations

Some High-touch Surfaces Eliminated


Masks Required in Indoor Areas

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