Q: Is the Hubb’s Farm hayride handicap accessible?

A: Yes, we do have accessibility for our hayride. One of our wagons used for hayrides is handicap accessible. For those who need assistance, please inform the driver before boarding. We want to ensure that everyone has a safe and fun experience at Hubb’s Farm.”




Q: Do you have a diaper-changing area available?

A: Hubb’s Farm partners with Shed Depot to provide a private space for nursing mothers and diaper changes.




Q: Do you accept credit cards?

A: Hubb’s Farm accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and has an ATM on site. Some participating vendors may be cash only. Pa’s Kitchen does not accept credit cards.




Q: What should I do if I experience a problem at the farm?

A: We want to make sure every visitor has a great experience at Hubb’s Farm. If you have a problem, please consult a staff member or ask for one of the owners. We will do everything we can to make sure you are a satisfied customer!



Q: Are there restrooms on the farm?

A: For your convenience, we provide plenty of clean Porta-Jon facilities throughout the farm, including some that are handicap-accessible. We also have hand-wash sinks in convenient locations.




Q: What ages will enjoy Hubb’s Farm?

A: All ages! We offer something for everyone. Teens and preteens enjoy the mazes, giant slide, jump pillow, firepits, barrel train and more. Little ones love attractions including the barrel train, Toddler Town and sandboxes. Adults like experiencing the mazes, hayride, train ride, and relaxing while the kids stay busy with activities.




Q: What do I need to bring for the corn maze?

A: Be sure to wear sturdy, closed-toe shoes (flip-flops will be a mistake even if the weather is warm!), along with bug spray and a flashlight for exploring at night.




Q: What if I need cash while at the farm?

A: We provide an ATM at the farm for your convenience.




Q: Is your maze haunted during October?

A: No! Our maze is designed to be fun for all, all the time. It is never haunted.




Q: What are the maze paths like?

A: Like any land, the paths can be uneven or soft in places, but basically are clear and easy to navigate. The paths can be muddy if we have had a lot of rain.




Q: What if I get lost in the maze?

A: That’s why we recommend bringing bug spray along — so you can sleep through the night if you end up getting lost. No, seriously, we would never allow that. We have staff roaming the mazes to assist guests as needed, and there are maps at every checkpoint to help you head in the right direction. If you have trouble, you can call the number on your game card, and we will come and find you. You can feel completely confident enjoying our maze.



Q: How big is the maze?

A: The maze is approximately 15 acres, with 3-4 miles of trails. It includes three individual mazes, with the longest being about three miles and the shortest less than half a mile.



Q: Can I bring my own food and drinks to the farm?

A: Sorry, we ask that you not bring outside food or drinks. The only exception is when you reserve a picnic table or fire pit.



Q: Are pets allowed at Hubb’s?

A: Service animals are always welcome, but please leave pets at home. We do host a Pet Day occasionally, when dogs on leashes are welcome to come and walk the trails. Due to insurance requirements, we will specify a list of dogs that we cannot allow on Pet Day.




Q: Can I bring a camera?

A: We encourage guests to snap lots of pictures to capture the memories they make on the farm. If you don’t have a camera, notify a staff member to have a photo taken.



Q: Is smoking allowed?

A: Smoking is allowed only in designated areas.



Q: May I drop children off at the farm?

A: For everyone’s safety, an adult must accompany children when visiting the farm. Groups and school field trips are welcome with appropriate chaperones.




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