Stoner’s Dairy Farm Maze, Mercersburg

Stoner’s Dairy Farm Maze, Mercersburg

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.
Find out about more about this event, Here
Waynesboro Day At Pen Mar Park

Waynesboro Day At Pen Mar Park

Bring the family to Waynesboro Day at Pen Mar Park on Sunday, July 25, from Noon to 5 PM. Opening is set for 1:15 PM. Music by Jay and The Jingos begins at 2 PM. Bring a picnic lunch, dance, or just enjoy the music. Learn the Paul Jones dance or try an old fashioned cake walk. It is a family fun day with activities for the kids from 1 PM to 3 PM, including a balloon clown and barrel train rides, provided by the Blue Ridge Summit Fire Hall. All events sponsored by The Owl’s Club of Waynesboro.

Pen Mar Park is less than 1/4-mile from the Mason Dixon Line and the Appalachian Trail passes through the park. Pen Mar is still enjoyed by families of Blue Ridge Summit and Waynesboro, but in its prime, it was a destination for many residents of the Baltimore area. The trains of the Western Maryland Railroad brought tens of thousands of visitors to Pen Mar Park to enjoy the amusement park and the mountains. The park operated from 1870 to 1942. As more people owned automobiles, train excursions declined in popularity and the park ceased operations. But, the view of the Pennsylvania portion of the Cumberland Valley, about 1400 feet below, is still beautiful.