Country Creek Produce Fall Fest sponsored by Rotary Club of Chambersburg.
Saturday, Oct 31st * 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Over 20 activities including ‘Year of the Nurse’ themed Corn Maze, jump pads, zip lines, mountain slides, rat racers, barrel swingers, live petting zoo with over 20 animals, photo opportunities and so much fun!
General admission 10-5pm is $9/person $12/ do it all (includes 2 tickets for pumpkin cannon or barrel train ride)
From 5-10pm we’ll be welcoming back Rich Fahle with LIVE southern country rock influences on the mic
Fireworks show at 7pm!
General admission from 5-10pm is $10/person Plus you can purchase tickets for pumpkin cannon
This special evening is brought to us in part by @chambersburg_rotary.
To keep this evening family friendly we ask to keep anything “scary” away and no full facial masks be while at the farm. We will ask you to leave if you are causing trouble to guests.
We’re excited to offer this outdoor event with plenty of space to social distance and hope you can make it!!
Includes themed Corn Maze, Hayride (weekends only starting Sept 19), Hay Pyramid sponsored by Mann Plumbing & Heating, 2 Jump Pads, Live Animal Petting Zoo plus over 20 activities, photo opportunities, and special attractions and activities announced during weekends! Be sure to follow our Facebook page for the latest updates and activities.
Spend about 45 minutes in the area’s largest Corn Maze with over 4 miles of paths! Our mailboxes scattered throughout the maze will guide you in the right direction. If you aren’t up for the entire maze, don’t worry, an exit is set up half way for you to enjoy the other activities. Last admissions will be taken 1 hour before closing time.
WEEKDAYS Mon – Fri 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM: $6/ person
WEEKENDS Saturdays Sept 19 – Sept 26; Nov 7 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM: $9/ person (Sept 12 discounted to $6/person – no hayrides; less activities available)
Open Sundays starting Sept 27 & all Sundays in October 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM: $9
WEEKEND FUN PACK- DO it ALL for$12/person (Includes the above PLUS 2 FUN tickets for either pumpkin cannon or barrel train ride. Barrel ride closes at Dusk. Pumpkin Cannon starts Sept 19.
SEASONAL PASSES AVAILABLE $25/ person Click on ‘Get A Ticket’ below.
** except during night maze, where we’re open Fridays & Saturdays 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Hayrides are available all day Saturday / Sunday during specified opening dates and weekdays by scheduled appt.
Pumpkin Patch and Pick Your Own Pumpkins sold separately by the pound .48 cents/lb.
Wander 5 acres of our themed maze, visit our petting zoo and play area. Enjoy our Barrel Train Ride, Pedal Cart Track, and Scarecrow Factory for some affordable, family fun!
2020 Hours of Operation
Saturdays 12:00pm-10:00pm *last admission will be admitted no later than 9:15pm. Some activities close at dusk.
Sundays 12:00pm-5:00pm *last admission will be admitted no later than 4:15pm.
$5.00/person CORN MAZE COMBO – includes the Corn Maze, Mini Maze, Petting Zoo, Play Areas, Pedal Cart Track, and access to the Pumpkin Patch
Admission fee is for visitors 3 years old & up. Group discounts are available. Click here for more information.
Take a ride on our colorful Barrel Cart Train! Fun for all ages. Additional fee applies.
Try some delicious ice cream, or enjoy a treat from our snack bar. Pumpkins, Mums, 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), and money orders, as well as Mastercard, Visa, and Discover credit cards.
*** Regarding COVID 19:
We’re excited for your visit! As always, all activities are outside in the farm-fresh open air. We want to be a part of the solution; not the problem. So in an effort to be socially responsible some activities may be modified or closed. Due to the current Governor’s orders and social distancing mandate for businesses, there will be no hayrides this year unless it is booked as a private tour. Food will be available as take-out only. Please abide by all CDC guidelines while visiting, including: social distancing, wearing a mask if you’re unable to social distance, washing/sanitizing your hands frequently, and most importantly… STAY HOME IF YOU FEEL ILL.