Fall Corn Maze Weekends

   2021 Season: Saturday, Sept. 11th thru Sunday, Oct. 31st

Wander 5 acres of our themed maze, take a hayride around the farm, visit our petting zoo and multiple play areas.  Enjoy our Barrel Train Ride, Jump Pad, Pedal Cart Track, and Scarecrow Factory for some affordable, family fun! 

 

2021 Hours of Operation

Saturdays 12:00pm-10:00pm
     *last admission will be admitted no later than 9:15pm.  Some activities close at dusk. 

Please note: We will close at 6:00pm on Saturday, October 23 and Saturday, October 30 as we transition the maze to Haunted Night.  The last admission will be at 5:00pm on Saturday, October 23 and 30th.  The Haunted Night admission will be a separate fee.  Click HERE for more information on Haunted Nights in the Maze.

Sundays 12:00pm-5:00pm
     *last admission will be admitted no later than 4:15pm. 

 

2021 Admission & Attractions

$8.00/person GENERAL ADMISSION FEE - includes the Corn Maze, Mini Maze, Hayride, Petting Zoo, all Play Areas, Pedal Cart Track, Jump Pad, and access to the Pumpkin Patch & Sunflower Field.

Ages 3 & under FREE

$4.00 Admission fee for Seniors ages 60+ and Active Military with ID.

Group discounts are available. Click here for more information.

Take a ride on our colorful Barrel Train or build a life-size scarecrow in the Scarecrow Factory!  Fun for all ages.  Additional fee applies.

Try some delicious Antietam Dairy ice cream, or enjoy a treat from our snack bar.  Pumpkins, Mums, Sunflowers, and other fall decorative items are also available for purchase when in season.

Stoner's Dairy Farm accepts cash, PA state check (with valid Driver's License), as well as Mastercard, Visa, and Discover credit cards.

THANK YOU to our Event Sponsors:

Never been to a Corn Maze?

Check out our FAQ section below for more information.


FAQ’s

How long will it take to complete the maze?

Give yourself plenty of time to enjoy the maze, about 30 minutes is the average completion time. The maze stretches over 5 acres and is comprised of about 2 miles of trails. We suggest allowing extra time in case you're not as smart as you think you are!


What if I get lost?

HELP signs are posted throughout the maze. Staff members are on hand to help lost souls. Afraid to ask for help?... we’ll get you out when we cut the corn down in November.


What if there is inclement weather?

We try to remain open as long as possible, but sometimes it is necessary to close the maze due to inclement weather. In the event of heavy rain, lightning, and/or strong winds the maze will be closed. When in doubt, please call before your visit (717-328-3617).


What rules are enforced at a Corn Maze?

We want every visitor to have a memorable experience at Stoner’s Dairy Farm so there are a few rules that we ask you to follow for your safety:

  1. Smoking and Alcohol are absolutely prohibited at all times.
  2. Pets of any kind are NOT allowed in the maze.
  3. Damage of the corn stalks, signs or any property is not permitted. This is a "living" maze and cannot be repaired if damaged. Violators will be asked to leave. This includes littering.
  4. Always stay on the paths. Do not attempt to cut through the corn.
  5. Foul language and inappropriate behavior will not be tolerated.
  6. Keep children with you at all times.
  7. Please do not run. Be considerate of others.
  8. We reserve the right to deny admission when warranted.

Is there food available for purchase?

Ice Cream, snack items, sandwiches, and beverages are available for purchase. Have a seat in our dining area, or picnic area, and enjoy the scenery.


What should I wear?

Please keep in mind you are visiting a working farm. Sneakers are the shoe of choice. A sweatshirt or jacket may be necessary for chilly evenings.


Is there anything I should bring?

stoner store Don’t forget your camera... you’ll want a record of all your great memories. Other things to consider: walkie-talkies, compass, sunscreen, and a good attitude.


Are the farm, and maze, wheelchair and/or stroller accessible?

The maze paths are dirt and can be accessed by some styles of wheelchairs and strollers. Crushed stones are in some locations around the farm, but generally strollers with large wheels and all-terrain wheelchairs work quite well on the farm. A handicap restroom is available. Please note: the maze may be muddy after rain.


Facilities Disclaimer: Please keep in mind Stoner’s Dairy Farm (Stoner’s Hijos Hill, Inc.) is operated around a working dairy farm setting in a natural environment. You will encounter uneven terrain, weather, and other potentially hazardous elements characteristic to a farm experience. Please plan accordingly and acknowledge these are risks you accept when visiting the farm. Please obey both common sense and posted rules when visiting.