WASHINGTON CITY — The Staheli Family Farm in Washington City opens for its fall season Friday at 5 p.m.
The 350-acre property was established in 1889 and now sees over 30,000 visitors to the annual corn maze in October alone, according to the farm’s website.
The fall season lasts until Halloween night, so head on down to the Staheli Family Farm, located at 3400 S. Washington Fields Road, Washington City, to enjoy the corn maze, Farmland and more.
This year’s theme for the fall season’s activities is “Thank you, Everyday Heroes.” Staheli Farms wishes to thank police, fire, other first responders and military members for their service and protection and asks community members to keep an eye out for special events celebrating these heroes.
Get a ticket for the farm and visit the classic attractions like the “Field of Screams,” which opens Oct. 1, and where “you never know who you might run into… or who might run into you,” according to the website. Or, go to the pumpkin patch, where you can take festive fall photos or pick your very own pumpkin.
There are also brand-new attractions like the Ball Zone, Hay Mountain, Pumpkin Cottage and more. Staheli Family Farm isn’t releasing any details about the new attractions, so you’ll have to go to the farm to find out what adventures await you.
“We’ve added lots of new things,” Sherrie Reeder, Staheli Family Farm owner, said.
In addition to the regular fall season, there will be the “T.N.T. Trucks and Tractors” event Friday and Saturday. It takes place Friday from 2-6 p.m. with a free Jeep and off-road side-by-side show. There is also a free show Saturday from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. that will include a Jeep poker run side-by-side show.
There will be monster truck shows Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. and 6 p.m., respectively. Tickets are $10. More details can be found online.
Tickets for Staheli Family Farm range in price from $7 per person for Farmland to $29.95 per person for a season pass. Tickets may be purchased online.
The farm gets busiest in October, Reeder said, so come out to opening weekend for fewer crowds and the additional fun of the T.N.T. show.
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