Corn Maze Opens For Farm Visitors
Tuesday, September 14, 2010 11:40 am
The Farm at Hollow Springs, located in Cannon County, invites kids of all ages to navigate a corn maze, pick a pumpkin and enjoy a hay ride while enjoying the outdoors this October.
Families are sure to enjoy the expanded play area featuring unique farm inspired games like a hay hop, hay maze, corn play, tire crawl and cowboy station.
The Farm offers an exciting and outdoor alternative for fall activities, school field trips, family gatherings and celebrations in October. Groups can also reserve a campfire area.
This year the farm will feature two special event dates.
On October 10, 2010 (10-10-10), the Farm will extend a special family of four admission rate of $10. On October 30th, the hayride becomes haunted.
"Come out and enjoy the country fun. The maze design is much different this year and will be exciting for all ages," says Tim Tipps, co-owner of the Farm at Hollow Springs along with his wife, Lisa Trail and daughter, Laurel.
"Whether you choose to join us during the daytime hours with your younger kids or after dark for a little more adventure, we’re sure you will have a great time.”
In addition to welcoming families and individuals, The Farm at Hollow Springs is pleased to offer discounts for schools, church groups, youth social organizations, scouts and corporations.
Group discount information is available by calling 615-848-2822 or visiting www.hollowspringsfarm.com.
October Hours of operation: Fridays - 4p-9p, Saturdays - 10a-9p and Sundays - 2p-7p. Field trip and group hours are available by reservation Monday thru Saturday.
The location is 30 miles outside of Murfreesboro, 15 miles from Woodbury or Manchester, just off Highway 53. Admission is $7 for ages 6 and older, $4 for ages five and younger.
The Farm at Hollow Springs is a proud member of the Tennessee Agri-tourism Association and Pick Tennessee Products.