Policies and Safety

A FEW SIMPLE RULES�
Please NO pets, smoking, or alcohol allowed on the farm.

Accessibility:

We are a real working farm with some rolling hills and unpaved, uneven surfaced areas.�

Strollers and wagons can be brought on premises but the ground (like any farm) can be bumpy in spots.

Restrooms:

There are a few porta potties on site and a permanent bathroom with handicap accessibility by the Wagon Wheel Caf�.�

A hand washing station is located next to the porta potties.

Food and Beverages:

On weekends, no food or drinks are allowed to be brought onto the farm.� Unless you have reserved a fire pit or Birthday Hut for a party.� Food and drinks are for sale at our Wagon Wheel Caf�.�

No alcohol is allowed on the farm at any time.� During the week school field trip groups are allowed to bring their picnic lunch. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation with this policy.

Weather:

We strive to provide a safe and enjoyable environment for all our visitors.� If it is raining or our farm is muddy we are usually closed.� The decision to be open or closed is on a day-to-day basis depending upon the conditions at the farm.�

An announcement regarding any weather closure will be posted on our website or facebook page.

Busy Times:

Keep in mind that weekends are our busiest time.�

You may want to plan to visit the farm between 10 am -12 pm if you are looking for a smaller crowd.

Attire:

Because we operate in September, October and November, we recommend being prepared for hot weather at the beginning and cool weather at the end.�

We also recommend wearing closed-toe shoes or sneakers.� Remember that you will be in a farm atmosphere and should dress appropriately for the best experience.

Farm Animal Alley:

We ask that you do not eat while visiting our farm animals.� Remember you don�t eat feed and they don�t eat potato chips� Only feed the food provided in our coin operated dispensers because our animals are on a special diet.�

PLEASE use hand sanitizer or our hand washing station before leaving the farm animals.

Lighting:

The play area and grounds will be lit at night, but the paths throughout the maze will not.� Please bring a flashlight to find your way through.�

We will have glow sticks, swords and glasses available to purchase in the gift shop or admission booth.

Corn Maze:

Please don�t throw or pick the corn.� We ask that you don�t run in the corn maze and stay on the paths.�

Remember, smoking is not allowed on the farm at all.

Forms of Payment:

Seward Farms Maze accepts Cash or Church/School checks with proper identification.

 

Cozy up to a private fire pit, book an educational field trip, or invite your business out for a day in the corn maze.