A: Only our corn maze and barnyard are handicap accessible. We have a wheelchair accessible port-a-potty on site and our corn maze paths are five feet wide.
ScreamAcres and PanDEMONium are not handicap accessible.
Q: Can I smoke while I'm here?
A:You can only smoke in the parking lot. Please finish smoking before you enter the farm and place your cigarette butts in our "Butt Bucket". We try to keep a clean, family-friendly environment for all of our visitors to enjoy. Absolutely NO smoking in the cornfields! This is a serious threat to everyone on site, as cornfields are very flammable!
Q: Are there refunds if I have to leave because of rainy weather conditions?
A: No, we do not do refunds. In the event we need to close due to bad weather we will give you an admission ticket to come back. These tickets do not expire so you can come back next year if it is close to the end of our season. If you have ScreamAcres and Pandemonium tickets you can bring them back as long as they have not been torn by our attraction admission staff.
Q: Do you accept checks?
A: We cannot accept personal checks. If you are coming in an organization group, we can accept a business check, but that is the only exception. Please look at our prices page to see accepted forms of payment.
Q: What age is Leaders Farms most appropriate for?
A: Every age, from 0 - 110! Our farm is unique in the variety of fall attractions we offer. There is something that everyone can enjoy while experiencing the beautiful farm countryside.
Q: How scary are the haunted attractions?
A: Our goal is to scare you silly. We do not recommend the haunts for small children. Your child's level of maturity is left up to you, and we will not be responsible for nightmares!
*There is no age requirement for our haunted attractions, however refunds will not be given if you or your children are to scared to enter. Please use your discretion.*
Q: How big is the corn maze?
A: The corn maze, which is divided into two parts, is composed of pathways in a 7 acre field. It may not sound like much, but wait 'til you get out there in all of the twists and turns!
*Our corn maze is NOT haunted. The Haunted Attractions are on the other side of the farm*
Q: Will I get lost in the maze?
A: We hope that you do. After all, getting lost and then finding your way out is the idea! Everyone will be lost to a different degree, and there are passports available that can help you find your way through while testing your knowledge of various topics, if you choose to use them.
We also have Corn Cops patrolling the maze. If you need pointed in the right direction or would like to get out fast they will be available to assist you!
Q: How long does it take to get through the maze?
A: This varies for everyone. It generally takes anywhere from 45 minutes to an hour to get through both parts of the maze... that is if you don't take to many wrong turns!
Q: What should I wear?
A: Keep in mind you are coming to a working farm. You will be outdoors and walking in grass, dirt pathways, and the ground may be uneven at times. Boots and sneakers are going to be your best choice. We do not recommend heels of any kind or open toed shoes.
Q: Can I bring my dog with me?
A: As much as we love animals, we do not allow any outside animals on our farm unless they are a certified service animal.
Q: Can I bring my own food to your farm?
A: No. We do not allow outside food to be brought onto the farm. We offer a wide variety of food and drinks at our concession stand, along with a picnic area for you to enjoy your meal.
*If you are having a birthday party you can bring cake, cupcakes and ice cream, however you must provide your own table service, drinks and other concessions can be purchased at the concessions stand.*
Q: Are any activities closed due to COVID-19?
A: Unfortunately we will not have our corn box, costume characters or face painting this year. We didn't feel that we could safely disinfect the corn , maintain social distancing adequately enough for face painting and know the kiddos love to hug the costume characters and we didn't want them to be sad when they couldn't.
Q: What are your COVID-19 restrictions?
A: We’re dedicated to protecting our employees and guests. To ensure everyone’s safety as we welcome you back out onto the farm, we ask that we make the following promises to one another.
OUR PROMISES AS AN AGRITOURISM DESTINATION
We will continue to be a leader in safe sanitation and hygiene practices with all of our A-maize-ing staff members.
All A-maize-ing staff members entering our farm will pass a health check prior to each shift.
Social distancing will be encouraged in all common areas of the farm.
Hand sanitizer or hand washing stations will be available to all guests and A-maize-ing staff members.
We will clean and sanitize common areas and surfaces regularly.
We will adhere to all local and statewide health standards.
We encourage everyone to adhere to state guidelines.
We are an outdoor farm with acres upon acres of space which allows for much more than 6 feet of social distancing.
YOUR PROMISE TO US
If you have been exposed to COVID-19 recently or have symptoms of COVID-19 (including a fever, cough, or shortness of breath, chills, muscle pain, shore throat, or new loss of taste or smell), please help us keep everyone safe by staying home.
Wash and sanitize your hands regularly.
You agree to follow the social distancing and sanitary guidelines that have been put in place to protect you and our other guests and A-maize-ing staff members.
If you have any questions about our promise to you, please let us know and we will be happy to assist you.
Governor DeWine announced that beginning on Thursday, July 23, at 6:00 p.m., a statewide mask mandate will go into effect for citizens living in all 88 Ohio counties. All individuals in Ohio must wear facial coverings in public at all times when:
At an indoor location that is not a residence
Outdoors, but unable to maintain six-foot social distance from people who are not household members
Waiting for, riding, driving, or operating public transportation, such as a taxi, a car service, or a private car used for ride-sharing.(updated 8-11-2020)
Due to Leaders Farms being an outdoor facility and the hot and humid weather we sometimes experience, masks are optional but required when on the hayride or within 6ft of others not in your party.By working together, we can help each other stay healthy while enjoying precious time with our families and friends again.
According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. Senior citizens and guests with underlying medical conditions are especially vulnerable. By visiting our farm, you are on behalf of yourself or any invitees, voluntarily assuming all risks related to exposure to COVID-19 or any other disease.