A Few Simple Rules...
Historic Hawes Farms invites you to come out and have a great time at our farm. We do ask that while visiting you follow these important rules to assure the fun and safety of all those who visit.
Those folks in violation of our rules will be cheerfully removed from the premises by tall cowboys with big muscles and fierce dispositions!
- No food or drinks brought in from outside (exception school field trips sack lunches)!
- No alcoholic beverages brought in from outside!
- No Smoking!
- No running!
- No throwing corn, dirt, or pumpkins!
- Stay on maze paths or corn monsters will get your toes!
- No pushing or shoving, no littering, no foul language!
- No jumping or climbing on high objects!
- No dogs, cats, tigers, mountain lions, etc!
- Stay seated on hayrides and on our trains!
- Respect other guests!
- Respect our animals and be kind to them!
Historic Hawes Farms a real working farm. Our activities are all outdoors, as you would expect for a farm! Due to weather and other unforeseen circumstances, all of the farm attractions may not be available at the time of your visit. However, we’ll do our best to make sure you have a great time … and make Hawes your fall family tradition!
We have portable toilet facilities (including handicapped) with a wash area.
We accept VISA, MasterCard, Discover Card, checks, and cash.
No dogs please!
Dogs and other pets will have to stay home. Sadly they are not allowed to visit Hawes Farms. The only exception is for service dogs on a leash. These dogs should be checked in at the gate so we can note their presence.
Extreme unforeseen weather can force us to close at any time. If you are in doubt about the weather conditions at the MAZE, please call 530-365-8488 before coming to the farm, or check the website for up-to-date open/closing information.
Dress as if you are going camping. Sensible walking shoes — we do not recommend sandals or flip-flops. Remember that you will be on a farm, so dress appropriately for the best experience. You will be walking on dirt paths, so if it has rained you might want to consider wearing boots.
Keep in mind that Saturday and Sunday are our busiest times. If you want a smaller crowd, we recommend visiting on Thursday or Friday evenings, or arriving at opening time on Saturday and Sunday.
Wristbands issued for Farm Admission entitle the holder(s) entrance to Historic Hawes Farms on the date of purchase only for services provided as displayed by Hawes Farms. This wristband is a revocable license subject to confiscation without refund if the holder does not follow the rules and regulations of Historic Hawes Farms. As a visitor to Historic Hawes Farms, the holder and his/her parent/guardian hereinafter (if holder is a minor), (Holder), willingly agree(s) and understands that there is a risk of serious injury or death participating in activities at Historic Hawes Farms involving animals, rides and amusements, that cannot be eliminated or controlled by Historic Hawes Farms. Holder(s) voluntarily and freely assume(s) all risks both known and unknown, while on the premises at Historic Hawes Farms even if arising from the negligence of other participants and employees. Further, Holder(s) agree(s) to assume liability for all medical costs, attorneys’ fees, and all other damages resulting from injury or death. Holder(s), his/her heirs, assign and representatives hereby release, hold harmless and agree to fully indemnifyHistoric Hawes Farms and its affiliates, member, agents, and employees with respect to any and all injury, disability, loss or damage to person or property to the fullest extent of the law.