Make shopping an experience the whole family will enjoy. Our adventure market will have your kids wanting to come back and shop for more!
First aid station, lost parent , and general information can be found here!
This corncrib is specifically designed for those Dads (and some Moms) who want to spend some quality time with the family, but who cannot resist a quick peek at their favorite sports team's score. (Refreshments and snacks sold here)
Bring the whole family in and see the "behind the scenes" of our operation. Our grading station, cider press room, and cooler are a fantastic way for kids to see how our apples get from the orchards into the showroom or are squeezed into our delicious apple cider.
Take a romp in Haymow Hysteria, scare your pants off in the Haunted "Pumion" Dwelling & ride non-stop on the Willy Worm's Wagon Express. Also, go ahead - shovel, scoop, dig, measure & count...shucks! You may even dig up a few "kernels" of knowledge in Winnie's Cracked Corn Box.
Enter the enchanted trees to visit some of your favorite storybook characters. As you travel, you will learn some nifty nature facts.
Hang on for the "flight of your life" as you experience what it feels like to "bee" a honeybee buzzing through the air. You will also learn about the importance the honeybee's role is to our orchards.
View our 45 acre farm high atop our man-made mountain. Everyone be sure to slide down the 40 foot tunnel to get away from any monsters that may have escaped the swamp.
What's kinda kooky and kinda korny? It's our 5-acre corn maze! It's fun, educational, and great exercise. Flashlight maze begins at dusk. (Bring your own flashlights)
Rug Rats of any age will love to burrow through Brumbaugh's tunnels.
Our pond and campfire site area has been host to many church, school, and birthday party groups. Fishing, volleyball, and wiener roasts are available. Call for reservations.
Jump on one of our haywagons and take a ride to the pumkin patch to pick that "perfect" pumpkin. Pay for all pumkins in the advanture market.
We've designed a "mini maze" for those little ones (and some adults) who cannot manage the 5-acre corn maze. Children will work their way through the paths by identifying colors, adding & subtracting, and counting.