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  • What are your hours?
    Fridays 11am - 4pm Saturday/Sunday 10am - 6pm Thursday and Friday of MEA break 10am - 5pm We do close on occasion if the weather is not cooperative, so if it is cold, snowy, or raining, we recommend you check our Facebook page in advance to ensure we are open. Outside of the fall festival season, the farm is open year round - call to schedule a time to purchase the items you need. (763) 290-0156
  • What is the cost to get into the maze and other activities?
    Fridays (except during MEA): $10 for ages 4-69. All other ages are free. Saturday/Sunday & Thursday/Friday of MEA $12 for ages 4-69. All other ages are free. The admission fee provides access to the maze(s) and all the other activities. The only additional costs are if you want to feed yourself, feed the animals, shoot the corn cannon, or buy pumpkins and decor.
  • Is smoking permitted at the farm and other activities?
    Due to the the fact most plants dry out in the fall our farm and corn maze can be highly flammable. As a result, we do not permit smoking/use of e cigarettes or any other open flame on our farm at any time. This includes our parking lot. Here is a recent news article about the potential impact of open flames or even embers can have at events like ours.
  • Can I get a season pass?
    Yes! We sell season passes at the ticket stand for $20 per pass. The pass is good for one person to access the maze anytime during the season. They cannot be transferred to other people within the family.
  • Can we go to the pumpkin patch without paying for a ticket?
    Yes! You can access the pumpkin patch, pick your pumpkin(s), and pay for the pumpkin(s) at the ticket stand. Grab a wagon at the ticket stand so you don't have to carry them.
  • Do you take credit cards?
    Yes, during our Fall Festival only! However, as with most businesses, due to the fees charged to the business for credit card use, we do charge an additional fee on credit card transactions. We also accept Cash, Venmo, and CashApp (in order of preference).
  • Can I bring my pet?
    Yes! We allow pets as long as they are leashed and not aggressive to other people or animals. We ask that you clean up after your pet.
  • Do you have food available?
    Yes! Saturdays and Sundays of our Fall Festival we have food available. Check our Facebook page or the calendar on this website for more information. Food is available for private events on a case by case basis. Contact us to schedule your private event and arrange food. You can also bring your own food to the fall festival if you prefer. No food or drink is permitted at the petting zoo for cross contamination reasons.
  • When will the sunflowers be ready?
    Blooming dates vary based on planting date and weather. Follow our Facebook page for updates.
  • What are the the hours and days you sunflower fields are open?
    When in bloom the sunflower fields are open sunrise to sunset 7 days a week. The only time we close is during/after rain events. Check out our Facebook page to see if we have had to close and when we will reopen.
  • Are the fields dog friendly?
    Yes, our farm, fall festival and sunflower fields are dog friendly. Please keep them leashed. Our dogs will bark at them and you since they are guardian dogs. While they might not like you here rest assured we don't mind.
  • How much does it cost to come look at the Sunflowers?
    It is $8 per person to come and walk through the sunflower fields. There is a paybox at the red ticket stand to put cash into. We also take CashApp and Venmo and have QR codes at the stand to scan.
  • Do you have food available?
    No food or drink is available at the sunflower fields. You are welcome to bring your own snacks but are asked to bring all trash home with you.
  • What is the Action Trackchair®?
    You can find more information about the Action Trackchair® on their website From the "About" section on their website: Tragedy can give birth to a myriad of responses, fortunately for the disabled, Tim Swenson’s response was inspiration, compassion, and motivation to serve his son and others who were disabled. In 1998 Tim and Donna Swenson’s son, Jeff suffered a spinal cord injury in an automobile accident. After months of recovery and therapy, Tim’s focus was to see that this disability didn’t prevent Jeff from participating and enjoying an active outdoor lifestyle. Being a motor sports dealer for over twenty years, Tim focused his energy on creating a mobility product that would allow the disabled to go beyond the paved path and get back into the woods, prairies, and mountains, giving them an opportunity to hike, hunt, fish, and camp with family and friends. More importantly giving them back more than just mobility but the freedom to decide for themselves-when to go, and where to go. That dedication led to the creation of the Action Trackchair ®, a twin tracked, electric wheelchair with the power and traction to traverse grass, mud, sand, and snow, to climb and forge water. A network of distributors and local dealers were established to tell the Action Trackchair ® story and introduce the product. Dealers now cover all fifty states and seven foreign countries. There are four base models, and two FDA chairs, that come in various sizes, with more than a dozen colors available, and a host of accessories that allow users to custom build their chair to match their intended uses, hobbies, and style. From the beginning disabled veterans have made up a significant percentage of users. Programs, like the Independence Fund, and Semper Fi have sprung up to provide deserving veterans with Chairs. Similar groups have formed to serve disabled children, and First Responders. Additional groups have stepped forward to raise funds for the Nation’s State Parks. Youth camps, fishing and hunting camps, along with resorts and others in the hospitality industry that have come to recognize the importance of meeting the needs of disabled participants. Since the introduction of the Action Trackchair ®, and the innovative Action Trackstander ® that allows users to power up into a standing position for tasks better suited to standing, all the while retaining the ability to move about. Acton Manufacturing, Inc. has added the Action Trackporter ®, with applications in the livestock Industry. Robotics, exploring opportunities in Mining, Construction, law enforcement, public safety, and the military. Exciting products are being developed in the growing area of aquaculture. Most recently Action Manufacturing has ventured into the medical field, with a physical therapy device conceived by doctors in the Veterans Administration. Through its history Action Manufacturing has remained true to its rural roots, sourcing materials and components from American providers, hiring talented area workers, and supporting local projects.
  • Who is SandPine Pheasants?
    SandPine Pheasants is the Minnesota dealer for the Action Trackchair®. We have partnered with SandPine Pheasants for the past several years to lend us the Action Trackchair® during the corn maze season to help those who have mobility issues enjoy the corn maze with their family and friends. SandPine Pheasants is based in Avon, MN. Please contact them if you are interested in purchasing one and let them know you heard about them from Fresh Acres. Here is a video that shows some of the features.
  • How much does it cost to use the Action Trackchair®?
    Use of the Action Trackchair® is free of charge.
  • How do I reserve the Action Trackchair®?
    Reserve your time slot below. We only have one chair so reserve it early. Because we need to charge the chair between reservations, we do have to be strict about following the time slots, so be sure to be on time for your reserved time.
  • When is the Action TrackChair available
    The TrackChair is only available by appointment during the fall festival. You can review available booking times under the "Fall Fun" tab.
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