Contact Information 

Fun Time Farms, LLC
11050 NE 201 Road Box 332
Lowry City, MO 64763

Call us at
660-351-2012
660-492-3858
660-492-0344

Opening for the Season
September 20th!
 


Hours of Operation

Friday           5pm - 10pm

Saturday       Noon - 10pm

Sunday         1pm - 6pm

Email

Special Hours / Holidays  

New this year!!!!  
$5.00 Sundays!!!!!
All ages admitted for the low price of $5.00


 

Admission

4 & Up
$9.00
3 & Under
Free with paid admission
Seniors &
Military I.D.
$1.00 off
Season Pass
$35.00
Groups of 15
or more
$2.00 off

 

Our Sponsors

  • St. Clair County State Bank
  • Coca-Cola
  • Hawthorn Bank
  • Jim Raysik Chrysler-Jeep
  • KDKD 95.3--104.9 The Eagle 
  • Merschman Seeds
  • Strike Zone Family Fun Center 
  • Heritage Tractor Inc. 
  • Flying H Genetics
 

 

 

 

Welcome to Fun Time Farms, LLC

Are you looking for something fun and different? Are you looking for just the right activity to unglue your kids from their television and computer screens? If so, it’s time to get outdoors and experience the family fun experience of Fun Time Farms, LLC!

Family Fun for All Ages

A seasonal treat for kids of all ages (and big kids too!), get lost in our corn maze or spook yourself silly in a haunted maze. Take in the sun and sights of American farmland with a good old fashioned hayride or get your adrenaline pumping in our corn jump and corn cannon. Bottom line, our corn will make you pop!

Visit Our Maze!

Come and see us while good times in season! Learn more about the
Fun Time Farms, LLC here.

Critical Acclaim 

Want to learn more about us? Check out what the critics are saying:

"Imagine being plunked into a field of cornstalks towering 12 feet high. Everywhere you turn, it's a sea of green and gold and downright corn-fusing! That's the idea behind the corn maze craze that's stalking the country."

-Family Circle

"Where can you get some good exercise, enjoy a fall day, laugh as a family and learn about agriculture all at the same time? At a corn maze."

-Country Discoveries

"Add fun to the list of more than 3,500 products made from corn."

-American Small Farm magazine