21661 Staley Rd. Paris, IL 61944 Google Map (217)-275-3491

Fall Family Fun

This year, L&A Family Farms is "The Place to Bee!" Along with our annual sunflower maze, we've expanded into fall family fun this season, continuing the legacy of Pumpkin Works at our location.


Some of the activities include a corn maze, pumpkin patch, hayrides, bonfires, and more!



Open every weekend through October 27th.

Saturday: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Sunday: 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.

- **L&A Family Farms operates on Central time, which is one hour behind most Indiana counties.**

  - Sunflower maze and pumpkin patch admission ends at dusk

  - Corn maze admission ends 45 minutes prior to closing



October 11th and 14th: 12 to 6 p.m.



Your admission fee allows entrance into the corn maze, the sunflower maze (if it's in bloom), and hayrides to the mazes and pumpkin patch.

Regular Admission: $10

 - Ages 3 to 5 and 80+: $5

 - Ages 2 and under: Free


Don't forget to sign a waiver if you haven't already!

Our insurance company is requiring all visitors who come to the farm read our safety rules and sign a liability waiver. The form can be found and filled out online by clicking below, and we highly recommend filling it out before you get to the farm to avoid standing in line at admission.

If you have already signed the waiver earlier this year, you do not need to sign it again. We will look up your name at the admission table.


The Daily BriefingSeptember 16th, 2019

The Daily Briefing has what you need to know about the sunflower maze each day - a daily picture, the weather forecast, special events, and more! Be sure to keep this page bookmarked for th

All Visitors Now Required to Sign Liability WaiversJuly 26th, 2019

We've had to make some changes for the 2019 season. Our insurance company is now requiring all farm visitors to read our farm safety rules and sign a liability waiver. Those who are under the age of 1

Travel Alert - Construction Planned Near the FarmMay 9th, 2019

If you have previously visited the farm, you probably know about or have even been across the low water crossing/slab on Staley Road near the farm. It appears the days of the low water crossing