Corn Maze Opens For Farm Visitors Friday
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The Farm at Hollow Springs opens Friday, October 1 for kids and adults of all ages to navigate the corn and hay maze, enjoy a hay ride, and find a jack-o-lantern while enjoying the outdoors.  The play area features unique farm inspired games like a hay hop, corn play, cowboy station and tire crawl.

"The corn is tall and the nights are dark in the maze. Be sure to wear your tennis shoes and comfortable clothing," says Tim Tipps, co-owner of the Farm at Hollow Springs. "Families can join us during the daytime hours with younger kids or after dark for a little more adventure.  Either way, we’re sure you will have a great time.”

The Farm offers an exciting outdoor alternative for family outings including birthday parties, family gatherings and celebrations. Public hours for The Farm are Fridays 5 -9 p.m., Saturdays 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. and Sundays 2 p.m. – 7 p.m. beginning this week.  Additional hours are available for groups.

The maze and hayride will take 60 to 75 minutes to complete, however, we want people to come and enjoy The Farm for as long as they choose to stay.  We think that our maze design will be exciting for all ages plus a variety of pumpkins, gourds and flowers will be available for purchase.

The Farm at Hollow Springs offers 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 or www.facebook.com/hollowspringsfarm. Groups can reserve a campfire area for an outdoor wienie roast and social.

The Farm is located 30 miles outside of Murfreesboro, 15 miles from Woodbury or Manchester and Beech Grove, just off Highway 53. October Hours of operation: Thursday and Friday 5 pm to 9 pm, Saturday 10am to 9 p.m. Field trip hours are available by reservation Monday thru Saturday.  Admission is $7 for ages 6 and older, $4 for ages five and younger.  Special $10 family pricing on October 10.

The Farm at Hollow Springs is a proud member of the Tennessee Agri-tourism Association and Pick Tennessee Products. 
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