2019 Season Schedule &           Hours of Operation

NOW

through

November 2nd

 

Fridays        6pm - 9pm

Saturdays   10am - 9pm

Sundays    Noon - 8pm

Last entry into maze 1 hour before closing

 

SCHOOL FIELD TRIPS 

Tuesday - Friday

Call to Book Your Trip & Secure Your Spot

615-669-MAZE (6293)

 

   GENERAL    
   INFORMATION

Fiddle Dee Farms strives to create a safe environment for you and your family so we ask you to respect our rules and regulations that are in place.  Anyone NOT following the rules will be asked to leave the property without a refund. Go over these rules with all of your guests as they are strictly enforced!

 

FARM/PARK RULES

 

  • Smoking is not permitted anywhere on the premises.

  • No pets are allowed other than service animals due to health department regulations.

  • For everyone's safety, all visitors must stay within any designated roped-off areas.

  • No bare feet and no open-toed shoes are allowed due to rough terrain, stones, etc.

  • Be careful when you are walking through the farm/park. The ground is rough and uneven. We are not responsible for personal injury.

  • No alcohol, drugs, or persons under the influence of either are allowed.

  • No profanity or inappropriate behavior.

  • Please do not litter. Use the trash cans that are provided.

  • We are not responsible for the loss of personal property.

  • Everyone must exit the park by closing time.

  • Please be courteous to others.

  • All vehicles are to stay within the designated parking areas.

 

CORN MAZE RULES

 

  • Stay on the paths between the taped areas. This is to keep you safe as well as our corn (it will not grow back if it is knocked down).

  • Do not pull on the tape. It takes a long time to put the tape up and it is difficult to repair.

  • Do not cut through the rows of corn. If you are caught destroying the maze in any way, you will be escorted off the premises.

  • No running.

  • Adults and parents, you are responsible for the children you bring with you. Please stay with your children to make sure they do not get lost.

  • Be careful when you are walking through the maze. The ground is rough and uneven. We are not responsible for personal injury.

  • For everyone's safety, all visitors must stay within any designated roped-off areas.

  • No bare feet and no open-toed shoes are allowed due to rough terrain, stones, etc.

  • All unaccompanied children will be walked out of the corn maze to wait for their chaperones.

 

  • WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REMOVE ANY PERSONS BEHAVING INAPPROPRIATELY OR BREAKING ANY RULES.

  • WE HAVE A STRICT NO DROP-OFF POLICY! ALL CHILDREN 12 AND UNDER MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT.

  • WE CANNOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR UNSUPERVISED CHILDREN.  ADULTS NEED TO PLAN ON BEING AT THE FARM WITH THEIR CHILDREN.


HAYRIDE RULES

 

  • All riders must remain seated while the wagon is in motion.

  • No throwing hay.

  • All riders must use steps to enter and exit the wagon.

  • No jumping over the sides.

  • No getting off the wagon during the ride.


 

Weekly Schedule

Thursday - Sunday can be booked for group events of 20

or more during the hours listed above.

 

Call 615-669-MAZE (6293) for more information

or fill out the reservation form on this site or email us.

  WEATHER

 

  POLICY    

Fiddle Dee Farms will remain open even when raining unless the weather is storming.  We do not issue refunds.  However, if we have to close because of weather, we will provide you a rain check so you can come back on a day of your choosing.

LEGAL & LIABILITY DISCLOSURES

Please review the following legal and liability disclosures that apply to Shuckles Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch and all other events at Fiddle Dee Farms.

 

Tennessee Agritourism Liability Act:  WARNING. Under Tennessee law, there is no liability for an injury to or death of a participant in an agritourism activity conducted at this agritourism location or by this agritourism professional if such injury or death results from the inherent risks of the agritourism activity. Inherent risks of Agritourism activities include among others, risks of injury inherent to lands, equipment, and animals, as well as the potential for you 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.

 

Tennessee Equine Activity Act: WARNING. Under Tennessee law, an equine professional is not liable for an injury to or the death of a participant in equine activities resulting from the inherent risks of equine activities, pursuant to Tennessee Code Annotated, title 44, chapter 20.