Pumpkins

JOIN THE FALL FUN!

 

HARVEST DAYS
AT OLDE STONE FARM

1350 Raubsville Road, Easton, PA 

Open October weekends, 10 a.m.- 5 p.m. 

Last corn maze entry & hay ride at 4:30 p.m.

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CORN MAZE & HAYRIDE

This 2-acre, family-friendly corn maze is filled with fun photo opportunities -- if you choose the right path!  $7 entry fee includes the corn maze, a tractor- or horse-pulled hay ride, seasonal games and a chance to visit with friendly farm animals. Children under 2 get in free. Snacks will be available for purchase. We will also have face painting, fairy hair and locally-sourced honey available for purchase.

PUMPKINS, MUMS & CORN STALKS

This is the perfect local spot to pick a pumpkin (or two!) for your front porch. Complete your "happy fall ya'all" look with corn stalks, straw bales, gourds and colorful mums, all available for sale.

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FARM ANIMALS

Who doesn't love a goat?!? No visit to a farm is complete without animals. At Olde Stone Farm, we sell hay and straw all year to people who own goats, horses, cows, alpacas, llamas, rabbits and bees. Come and meet some of the animals during our Harvest Days. (Don't worry, we won't invite the bees -- although we will have a local beekeeper here to sell honey and teach people about beekeeping.)

 

OUR STORY

Olde Stone Farm is a third-generation family farm in Williams Township, about 5 miles from Easton, Pa. It is owned by the Koch family.

We sell quality straw and hay to many loyal customers including landscapers, gardeners and people who own horses, goats, chickens, alpacas, etc. We also grow soybeans, corn, wheat, rye and oats.

During Harvest Days at Olde Stone Farm, our goal is to offer an authentic small farm experience that the entire family can enjoy -- from those who are young to those who are simply young at heart. 

We will be open 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturdays and Sundays in October. Stop by and support a local farm -- we'd love to meet you! 

For the most up-to-date information, please find and follow us on Facebook.

We love pets, but for the safety of our visiting farm animals, please leave Fido at home.

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