Activities

Farmer Jim's is open October 1-31 each year.
Hours:
9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Saturday
2 p.m. - 6 p.m. Sunday
Closed Monday
Tuesday - Friday by reservation only

Farmer Jim's Pumpkin Patch offers orange and several varieties of heirloom pumpkins you can pick yourself from our fields, or choose the perfect pumpkin from some Farmer Jim
has already harvested. Cost for each orange pumpkin is $5, no
matter the size. Heirloom pumpkins can be purchased for $10.


Farmer Jim also cuts a maze in his corn field each year, and you can test your maze skills as you make your way through the rows of corn to find your way out.

There is also a special maze for the kids!




Each year around Halloween, Farmer Jim opens his corn maze for some spooky, hair-raising fun. In 2015, Farmer Jim's Haunted Maze will be open Saturday, October 22nd and Saturday, October 29th. Ticket pick up must be by 9 p.m on the night of your reservation. Send us a Facebook message to make your reservation. The Haunted Maze begins at 9 p.m.


Prices:
General Admission on weekend:    $2.00
Corn Maze            $6.00
Kiddie Maze          $2.00
Haunted Maze    $10.00

Plan a fall get-together around the campfire at the pumpkin patch, and let Farmer Jim set it all up for you.
We offer a Campire package for a minimum of 10 people.

Prices:
$20 set-up fee
$8 per person* (minimum of 10 people required)
*does not include pumpkin

Special pricing is also available for school or church groups.
Contact Farmer Jim at lynnhnewman@yahoo.com for prices and reservations.




Warning:

"Under Mississippi law, there is no liability for an injury to or death of a participant in an agritourism activity conducted at this agritourism location if the injury or death results from the inherent risks of the agritourism activity. Inherent risk of agritourism activities include, among ot hers, risks of injury inherent to land, equipment and animals, as well as the potential for you or another participant to act in a negligent manner that may contribute to your injury or death. You are assuming the risk of participating in this agritourism activity.”