The way to get into the ""farm"" is difficult b/c it is a narrow road with only a stop sign to direct a ton of traffic. Parking was free so nice but ticket prices were crazy! I figured for that price things inside would great but boy were we wrong! The corn maze isn't actually a maze but a fenced in path through dead corn. You go into a couple of things that would only be interesting at night (but that's a different ticket). The path is crazy crowded b/c the employee at the entrance just waves people through with no regard to how frusterating it is to get stuck behind a group who has no control over their kids. The 5 ""huge"" slides look just like large playground slides (the straight down metal ones) with cheap looking sets surrounding them. The hayride line was HUGE so we didn't even get to go on that. The rest of the lines were difficult not because they were really long but b/c there is nothing indicating where a line is! The crowd was pretty big so people standing around were mixing with people in line for a giant cluster! Getting food takes forever b/c even though there are 5 people in a food stand there's only one register. The most disappointing aspect was the pumpkin patch itself. There was a tiny corner of the farm set up to sell pumkpins ($.59/lb) and the selection was awful! The website advertizes a ""ZILLION"" pumpkins but this was way far from the truth. We left after less than an hour b/c of 1) There was little to nothing to do for anyone out of childhood and the stuff for the little ones was a nightmare b/c parents would just stand around and let their kids cut in line, push & shove and yell at people in their way! The staff was all in high school so they didn't care.
Pros: Decent Apple Cider & Free Parking
Cons: Everything Else!