A popular fall attraction is moving to Fayetteville this year.
Ozark Corn Maze, the site of tons of seasonal fall fun in recent years, will move from its previous home in Cave Springs to McGarrah Rivercrest Orchard, located at 2991 S Dead Horse Mountain Rd in East Fayetteville.
As it has it the past, the event will include a large corn maze, a pumpkin patch, a sunflower patch, hayrides, and more, along with attractions for family fun including bumper cars, bounce pillows, a trackless train, corn cribs, a fall ball zone, barn chute slide, a 4-acre Barnyard Play area, and something called an ‘Apple Blaster,’ which sounds like the definition of fun.
The theme of the maze this year is “Farm Scene Investigation.”
The new site was also open earlier in the year for strawberry and blackberry picking, and plans are in the works for a big Christmas light display later in the year.
The attraction is set to open on Sept. 18 and will run through Oct. 31. Hours are Thursday-Friday from noon until 10 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m., and on Sunday from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m..
General admission to Fall on the Farm is $9.95 and includes the hayride, combine play set, corn cribs, ropes course, ball zone, and corn maze with Farm Scene Investigation maze game.
A ‘Do it All’ pass is also available, and includes the apple blaster (5 apples), barn chute slide, barrel train ride, trackless train, fall ball zone, jumbo jumper pillows, low ropes course, combine play set, ball zone, corn maze with Farm Scene Investigation maze game, and corn cribs. Some a-la-carte options for these attractions are also available.
Large group rates are also available.
For more information about Fall on the Farm, visit the website at rivercrestorchard.com.