Corn Maze

Now Offering Field Trip Opportunities

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1765 West State Street

Sycamore, IL

Which is located 1 mile west of Sycamore, Illinois at the corner of State Rt. 64 and West Motel Road.

  • Corn shocks
  • Indian Corn
  • Broom corn
  • Straw bales
  • Gourds
  • Bitter Sweet
  • Squash



Pumpkins

This year's corn maze theme is "Take Me Out to The Ball Game". Bring the family and friends and play the baseball themes game. 


Hours

Other Products Available:

Location

Pumpkin Stand: 10AM-6PM daily

Corn Maze: Friday 5PM-9PM

                    Saturday: 10AM-9PM

                    Sunday & Columbus                         Day: 10AM-5PM 

U-Pick Wholesale Pumpkins

We were blessed to have a bountiful supply of  medium to larger size pumpkins this growing season. If your organization is interested in harvesting some of those pumpkins please give us a call to set up an appointment.


Rates- $3.00 per pumpkin, minimum number is 25                             $2.00 per pumpkin if you harvest 50 or more. 

Over 50 varieties of pumpkins, gourds, and squash. With a large assortment of colors, shapes and sizes! We have what you need for your fall decorating inside and out.

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U-Pick Pumpkins information available at the Pumpkin tab, check it out

                                                                                                                                       

Looking for a fun community field trip? How about a field trip to our farm?

We will be offering field trip opportunities to our farm this fall. Our family has been a part of this community since 1884 when John Johnson purchased the farm one mile west of Sycamore, Illinois. This centennial farm supported 4 generations of farm families. In the history of this working farm; corn, soybeans, oats, and hay have been harvested. In addition, beef cattle, dairy cows, swine and chickens have all been raised here. For the past 26 years we have been welcoming visitors to our farm for home grown sweet corn, pumpkins and fall produce. Fourteen years ago, we added a fall corn maze for all to enjoy.

The last decades find more and more families losing their connection to agriculture. As farmers, we would like to share and educate visitors on the “roots” of agriculture. Our goal is to support the importance and image of agriculture. We believe agriculture sustains and enhances every life. We want to encourage a better understanding of where our food comes from, how the products are planted, maintained, harvested, and made available at markets and stores.