Yes. Weekend and COTA Day Admission is $9.00 for children 3-17, $6.00 for adults 18-59, and free for guests under 3 and 60+. Weekday admission is $5.00 for anyone ages 3-17 and $4.00 for adults 18-59 doing activities. (Please note that all activities are not operating during the week.) There is no admission charge if you are simply purchasing pumpkins or items in the gift shop. Your paid admission includes all of the activities available on the farm that day. The only activities not included are the Giant Sling Shot ($1.00 for 3 gourds) and arrowhead hunting ($1.00 to find one/$3.00 to find 4).
All activities are included in your admission, with the exception of the giant sling shot and arrowhead hunting areas. The giant sling shot costs $1.00 for 3 gourds to sling and the arrowhead hunting area is $1.00 to find 1 arrowhead or $3.00 to find 4.
Our pumpkins range in price from a $1.50 pie sized pumpkin up to a very large $7.00 carving pumpkin. When available, we also sell giant squash that are priced according to their weight. These usually range between $10-20.
Yes. On Saturday, Sunday and COTA Day only. (We do not have food available during the week.) We have a wide variety of food options from fair style foods to farm fresh options. (Follow the link to view these.) Food items on the menus range from approximately $1.50-8.50.
We accept cash and most major credit cards. Sorry, checks are only accepted for group events, birthday parties and school tours. (We have credit card readers at the gift shop, ticket booth and food vendors for your convenience.)
This happens very rarely, but it is possible, as our business is weather dependent. If we need to close due to the weather, we will post it on our Facebook page. Our website will most likely not be updated that quickly.
Yes. If it has been raining prior to your visit, it could very well be muddy. We have some gravel parking, but most is in the grass and field. Also, our corn maze is in a field, and many of our other activities are set up in the grass. We suggest wearing old shoes or rain boots if it has rained.
Yes. We allow friendly dogs on leashes. We just ask that you are responsible for their clean up and respect other visitors by maintaining control at all times.
We have numerous wheelchair and stroller bound guests every fall. We have at least 2 handicap accessible Port o Pots, and most places on the farm are flat enough for wheel chairs and strollers. Aside from the barns, all other surfaces are mowed yard, gravel, or dirt, which is just the nature of a farm. Some strollers such as joggers as well as wheel chairs with larger (off road) wheels would work best if you have them. Motorized chairs do not always work well (depending on the tires). If your chair or stroller works in your yard and on stone, you should be just fine. Our hayrides are not specifically handicap accessible, but if the guest is able to be moved from a chair, we will do our best to help them on.
Yes, we are open from 4:30-7:00 pm to the public. We are only open to school tours and private groups during the day. You may participate in some of the activities during the weeknights, but many that require extra help to run are not open. (Click here to see the weeknight activity list.)
No. Sorry! We are not usually busy enough during the week to serve food. We sometimes have sweets, kettle corn or food items for sale in the gift shop and drinks are always available for purchase, but the Harvest Cafe, Fat Boys and the Kettle Corn stations are not open during the week. We do serve food on COTA DAY FRIDAY (check our calendar link for this date as it changes each year). We can provide food during the week if large parties request it. School groups and parents must bring their own food and drinks if having lunch at the farm. We do not have drinking fountains.
Yes. We offer discounts for groups of 20 or more. Contact us at email@example.com for discount options and to schedule your group’s visit. Discounts are only honored if you contact us at least 1 day in advance.
It all depends on your group and your sense of direction! Some people have made it through our 8+ acre corn maze in as little as 15 minutes (maybe less) and others have taken close to an hour.
Yes. We have a lost and found in the gift shop which gets quite full by the end of the season! To check for lost items, you can either stop in during business hours, call or e-mail us.
Lehner’s Pumpkin Farm is a non-smoking farm, due to the safety hazards (aka… dried corn mazes and straw are highly flammable) as well as the comfort of the rest of our guests. If you need to smoke, we ask that you do so in the parking area, please.
No. Sorry, we only grow pumpkins, gourds, soy beans, corn and wheat. We do not grow apples.
Yes! Many couples have started there marriage right here on our farm! All weddings are scheduled and taken care of through our white banquet facility (The Homestead of Radnor). You can contact Aubree at 740-726-2008 ext. 1 or at firstname.lastname@example.org for questions. I’m sorry, we do not rent out the new red barn for weddings.
Yes, we rent this building for graduations, birthday parties, showers and family get-togethers (no weddings in this building). We can only rent it during a very short window, however (late April through the end of June), because it is not heated or plumbed (we start to get it ready for the fall in July). If you would like to rent this building, contact Christy at 740-361-0055.
Monday-Friday from 4:30-7:00pm for pumpkin and gift shop sales, as well as some activities. (We only do school tours and private events during weekdays.) Saturday, Sunday and COTA Day from 10:00-7:00.
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2920 State Route 203, Radnor, OH 43066 | 740.595.3207 | email@example.com