Culture Trip features Cherry Crest Adventure Farms as one of the reason why Strasburg, doctor PA is among the top 10 most beautiful towns in Pennsylvania!
Strasburg is nicknamed “Train Town USA” because of its numerous railroad attractions, like the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, the National Toy Train Museum and the Strasburg Rail Road. Much of the countryside in Strasburg is rich in history and beauty and, in 1983, the National Register of Historic Places considered a majority of the borough as a historic district. Other attractions in Strasburg include ghost tours, Amish countryside tours, buggy rides, the “Cherry Crest Adventure Farm” and miniature horse farms.
The Cherry Crest Adventure Farm in Strasburg, seen here in 2010, takes advantage of its location as seen in this aerial view.
The “Amazing Maize Maze” mazes are now all open and running through the fall.
Times and ticket information as well as great guides are available on their websites.
Check out this year mazes:
Cherry Crest Farm / Paradise, there PA – Opened from July 4th to November 8th
Long Acre Farm / Macedon, NY – Opened from September 6th to November 2nd
Historic Rural Hill / Huntersville, NC – Opened from September 12th to November 2nd
Queens County Farm Museum / Queens, NY – Opened from September 20th to October 26th
Ellms Family Farm / Baliston Spa, NY – Opened from September 20th
VISIT THE FARMS AND ENJOY THE BEAUTIFUL FALL SEASON WITH US THIS YEAR!
“The Amazing Maize Maze at Cherry Crest Farm lives up to the name – the maze spans over five acres, and features two and a half miles of paths. Guests can explore the twists and turns beginning July 4.
Visitors can travel through the maze at their own pace, and two Maze Masters are on standby to help guide those who get a bit lost. Easy, intermediate and difficult paths are marked to allow for guests to gauge their own trailblazing abilities.
Details on the maze schedule and aerial photos of past year’s maze designs can be found on the Cherry Crest Farm website.
IF YOU GO
10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesdays-Fridays, 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturdays beginning July 4 at Cherry Crest Adventure Farm, 150 Cherry Hill Road, Paradise Twp. Cost: $15. www.cherrycrestfarm.com/cornmaze.asp, 866-546-1799.”
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Queens County Farm Museum – an Authentically Rustic Setting for Tired New Yorkers
“Nothing compares to New York’s blitz and bling. However, this life can get a little too fast paced for comfort and that is when you need to get back in touch with nature and its bounty. The nearness of Queens County Farm Museum to the Big Apple makes this farm land a perfect weekend getaway for city folk. New Yorkers do not need to travel far into the country looking to experience the beauty of autumn. Just head for the County Farm which has an array of events to entertain and educate the young and old alike.”
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The Travel Channel lists 2 Amazing Maize Mazes within their TOP 10 Corn Mazes in the World! See the article HERE!
MSN has listed Cherry Crest Farm as one of the 10 great Halloween events in the country! See the rest of the article HERE!
Corn Maze Creator Don Frantz is in the October 2012 issue of HIGHLIGHTS Magazine! See the full article below.
Well, help season number 20 is upon us! As continue to cut our mazes, buy more about and prepare the fields for the crowds this season, we want to thank all of our fans – the millions of you who have actually paid to get lost! Season #20 will prove to be an A-MAIZING one!Cherry Crest Farms opens on July 3rd with the theme “Take Me Out to the Cornfield”Ferny Hill Farm opens on July 17th with the theme “Fit to be A-Maized”Long Acre Farm opens on August 18th with the theme “Get Lost in a Book”Historic Rural Hill opens on September 1st with the theme “Go Vote!”Renwood Fields opens on September 1st with the theme “The Big Top!”Queens County Farm Museum opens on September 15th with the theme “Once Upon a Time”Ellms Family Farm opens on September 21st with the … Read More »
Stay tuned to NBC’s Today Show on Sunday, price 10/17 as Jenna Wolfe adventures into the Amazing Maize Maze at Queens County Farm Museum and gets lost!