FAQ'S About the Farm

1. Do you charge an admission fee to enter the farm? 

     There is NO ADMISSION FEE to enter the farm. Some activities and hayrides do require an additional fee, but there are many things to see           and do that we do not charge for.

2. What forms of payment are accepted?

     We accept both cash and credit. Paying with Cash will expedite your check-out. A few activities require cash or you may have to purchase            a ticket for that activity inside the farm store. 

3. Can I bring my pet?

    NO Pets allowed on the farm, except for service animals. Those must be on a leash or harness at all times.

4. What are your hours?

    Please visit the MAIN FARM STORE PAGE to see current farm store hours and days we are open.

5. Where are you located?

     Please visit the CONTACT US PAGE to see directions from Abilene as well as a google map and address to find us.

6. Can I drop off my children at the farm and pick them up later?

    No, Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

7. Is there food to eat at the farm?

    In addition to our delicious homemade ice cream, baked goods, and other goodies that can be purchased in the farm store, we also have our own kitchen that we serve a variety of foods for the family. See our menu page here for details.

8. How much do your pumpkins cost?

     $1-$70 depending upon size and type.

9. Do you have restrooms?

     Yes, we have restrooms available on site, not Port-a-potties. 

10. Are you handicap accessible?

     Yes, both the farm store and restrooms are handicap accessible. We are a farm, so there are a few areas, especially out in the fields that are       not easy to navigate with a wheelchair, but for the store, restrooms, and venue, the paths and ramps are accessible.

11. What should we wear to the farm?

      You are visiting a working farm, so keep that in mind when deciding what to wear. We recommend closed toed shoes (especially if you plan          on participating in some activities such as the corn maze, hay bale pyramid, etc.) Hats and sunscreen are also a good idea.

12. What other items are available for purchase while at the farm?

      We have farm raised meats (beef, lamb, pork, and goat), eggs, produce, jams, jellies, and homemade ice cream as well as baked goods....          all raised, grown, or made right here on the farm. We also have lots of canned items, several varieties of local honey, local cheeses, coffee,        etc.

13. How much do activities at the farm cost? 

       All activities are $2-$20 depending on if you want individual tickets or wristbands. Please visit the spring/summer page for activities during that time of year, fall page for fall activities, and Christmas page for Christmas activity information.

14. Can I come to the farm on Monday- Thursday?
          The farm is closed except for the days stated on the Farm Store page and our facebook page. The rest of the week we are devoted to                  getting the necessary work done on the farm to get ready for weekends in addition to the scheduled private farm tours.

         Please do not enter the gates (even if open) on days we are not open unless you have a scheduled appointment with us.

15. Is your farm organic?   
      No, we are not organic. We use fertilizers on our crops along with the occasional use of pesticides to control diseases and insects. We are            very conscious of the products we might use and everyone's safety is of upmost importance. We have set damage

      thresholds (we can tolerate some damage) and will not make an application until these thresholds are passed.   

      Our biggest culprits are Anthracnose and Spider Mites (in hot windy dry conditions) on Strawberries, and Stink Bugs on

      Peaches and Blackberries.  The onions and Potatoes only get fertilizer.  Any application we make is done so as a last resort.  

      I (Farmer Colby) eat the berries right off the plant like they are candy but you might want to wash at least the dirt off before eating.

NO Smoking, NO alcohol, NO Scary Costumes

General Rules On the Farm:

Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a paying adult for all farm activities. 

No Alcohol, Drugs, Profanity or persons under the influence are permitted on the property.

No Running, Horseplay, or Destruction of Property.

No smoking or open flames on the farm.

No Pets allowed on the farm, except for service animals. Those must be on a leash or harness at all times.

Please keep our farm clean and use the trash cans provided.

Please be patient and courteous with all staff and customers on the farm.

No Vandalism. Any persons involved in vandalism, including damage to corn stalks, will be removed from the premises without a refund and will face legal charges. Parents are responsible for the actions of their children.

Denton Valley Farms is not liable for any personal injury or property loss.

Corn Maze Rules:

Please Stay on the Paths. Short-cuts permanently damage the maze and ruin the fun for everyone.

No Vandalism. Vandalizing will not be tolerated. 

No Smoking or open flame is permitted in the corn maze.

Please keep our maze clean and use the trash cans provided.

No beverages or food items are permitted in the corn maze other than bottled drinks which must be disposed of in a trash can. 

Call for Help. If you get lost or want to leave the corn maze immediately, please do not walk outside the corn maze paths. Call us on your cell phone and someone will find you and walk you out.

Use our bathroom facilities up by the farm store before or after taking on the maze challenge. Do not go to the bathroom inside the corn maze. 

Be Courteous. Please be courteous to others. Do not scare or disrespect other people inside the corn maze. 

Please refrain from profanity inside the maze as children will be present.

No Bicycles, Four Wheels, or Dirt Bikes permitted in the corn maze. Parents are permitted to use strollers and wagons to carry their children.