Come and See Us This 2016 Season!
Sept 16th-Oct 31st
OPEN 10am-8pm 7 days a week!
Admission to the farm is always FREE
Friendly pets are always welcome!
Come and enjoy:
Just a note: Oct 31st, you are more than welcome to shop, but we are also in the process of closing for the season. Closing hours will vary on Halloween.
Open Friday night: 4pm - 7pm or dusk
Open Saturday: 11am - 7pm or dusk
Open Sunday: - 12pm -7pm or dusk
Hay rides go through a ride through corn maze prior to arriving at the U-Pick Patch.
For only $7 per person you get the hay ride, ride through corn maze, any one pumpkin of your choosing in the patch, a doughnut and a carving knife.
If you would like to ride and enjoy a mouthwatering doughnut only, the cost will be only $2.50
If you can't choose just one pumpkin out in the patch, feel free to choose more than one, and get the second (or third, fourth...) at a discounted rate. Just let Farmer Bairon know while you're out in the field. If you are a rider only and change your mind once you're in the patch, with all of our great pumpkins, you too can just let Farmer Bairon know.
Yes, you may bring your friendly, furry friends along for the ride!
Open 7 days a week from 10am - duskYEA! Our Search and Find Corn Maze is back!!!
The Corn Maze is approximately 4 acres, so not too big and not too small, just right.
Can you find all of the items that we have hidden in our maze?
Can you find the secret hidden item?
Are you up for the challenge?
If you have enjoyed our corn maze once, you are free to re-enter as many times as you would like throughout the season. Just bring your Search and Find check list back as your entrance ticket. We are big on honesty here at BJ Farm, so we trust that you will let us know if you bring extra friends along to enjoy the maze with you.
For their safety, all kids 16 and under must be accompanied by a paying adult.
Without you we would not be here! We cannot thank you enough for your continued support season after season! Click here to see a special note from Bairon, Janice and Michelle!
Click here to learn about the history of BJ Farm.