Maylath Farm & Orchard
Please keep 6 ft in between you and other guests not from your group.
Use hand sanitizer!
Visit the Farm only when you are healthy! If you have a fever or other Covid-19 symptoms or have been exposed to someone with Covid-19 PLEASE stay home do not come to our farm.
We are closed for the Season!
Covid-19 Policy &
Our family and staff have been busy getting ready for our fall season and planning changes to our operational procedures to ensure your health and safety due to Covid-19. We know that our farm has become a family tradition where many people look forward to coming to and making memories every year! We have taken into serious consideration how changing government guidelines and regulations will allow us to open our farm to the public. We have put specific protocols in place in order to provide safety for both our guests and our staff members. We have tried our best to maintain as many of our activities and attractions as possible, however, we will not be able to offer our hay bale pyramid with the slide, our ziplines, pony rides, or our bounce houses. Please understand that we do not want to compromise anyone's well being and have been forced to decide which activities we could still operate safely during these difficult times.
What we will be offering this year is our corn maze, petting zoo, corn canon, cow train rides, and pedal cars. Hay rides to our pumpkin patch will be given by reservation only. Click the following link to schedule your private hay ride. https://maylathfarm.simplybook.me/v2/
We will be offering our guests the chance to drive to our pumpkin patch to pick pumpkins for the family! We also will have our farm store and bakery open, along with some of our food vendors who are all Safe Serve certified.
All staff will wear masks and pass a health check upon arrival.
We will follow guidelines in regards to attendance capacity in order to allow social distancing.
Increased Hand Sanitizer Stations and Hand Washing Stations throughout the farm.
Frequent cleaning of picnic tables and eating areas throughout our farm.
We will follow all local guidelines.
Due to Governor Wolf's mandate, people in public places, are required to wear masks.