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118 North River Road •  Lee, NH 03861

Coppal House Farm

Corn Maze, Pumpkins, Wagon Rides & More!


FAQ's  (Frequently Asked Questions)

Q.  Can I bring my well-behaved pet to the farm?  How about if they're on a leash or if I carry them?

A.  Sorry, but no pets are allowed on the farm.


Q.  Will I really get lost in the corn maze?

A.  Yes, but in a very fun way!  There are educational mailboxes to help you navigate through the corn maze. If you need additional assistance, we have "corn cops" in the maze to point you in the right direction.


Q.  About how long does it take to go through the maze?

A.  It take approximately 35-45 minutes to go through.  Sometimes a little bit longer, especially if you get lost!


Q.  Is there a charge to go through the corn maze?

A.  Yes.  Rates may change so please check our Admission page. Under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a paying adult.


Q.  Do you accept credit cards or checks?

A.  Yes we do!  We accept MasterCard/Visa, and local checks.


Q.  My kids would like to go through the corn maze with their friends.  Do I have to go in too, or can I just sit in the picnic area?

A.  You must purchase admission for yourself and accompany your children and friends if they are under the age of 16 years old.


Q.  Can I have a birthday party at Coppal House Farm?

A.  Yes you can have a birthday party for kids or adults!  Click here for more information.


Q.  Is the corn maze open even if it is raining?  Can I bring an umbrella?

A.  Yes, the corn maze is open rain or shine.  You are welcome to bring an umbrella into the maze!  Please wear appropriate footwear & clothing.  We only close the maze if the weather is not safe.  Please call ahead if you have any questions about the weather conditions.


Q.  Can I bring my own drinks and snacks?

A.  Yes you can!  For our corn maze customers, we have a lovely picnic area in a shaded area near the maze. Picnic tables are on a first come, first serve basis.  If you want to have a guaranteed table for your group, call 603-69-3572 .There are plenty of benches and picnic tables to sit at.  We also offer a variety of drinks, snacks, and baked goods for purchase at our farmstand.


Q.  We're coming from about an hour or so away and would like to spend the day in the area, are there other things to do close by?

A.  Yes, there is plenty to do!  We would be happy to give you suggestions on where to eat and other places to visit while you're in the area.  Just ask us when you come to the farm!


Q.  My company would like to have an employee event at Coppal House Farm, how large of a group can you accommodate?

A.  We can accommodate small or large groups without a problem.  You can schedule a private event either during public hours or after hours.  We have many schools, companies and other groups come to the farm and maze.  Please call us at 603-659-3572 or more information.


Q.  What else is there to do at the farm besides the corn maze?

A.  In October on the weekends you can take a horse-drawn wagon ride for only $3 each.  You can also visit our beautiful farmstand!  We grow the very best pumpkins, squash, gourds, straw, cornstalks, Indian Corn & more!  We feature products from our own farm and local farms, as well as products from NH Made members.  And, in the Fall and Winter months, we offer public and private horse-drawn Wagon and Sleigh rides.


Q.  Do you do any special events during the year?

A.  Yes we do!  One of our special events is our exclusive night time mazes.  We offer this only a few times, so watch our Events page!  Check our website and our Facebook page often for other news and events!


Q.  Is your farm and the corn maze handicap accessible?

A.  Yes, for the most part it is.  Our paths in the corn maze are certainly wide enough to allow wheelchairs through, but you would need assistance in pushing it.  Plan accordingly, please remember that this is an outside event with uneven terrain.  Please call ahead prior to your visit to discuss your needs.


Q.  What happens to the Corn Maze at the end of the season?

A.  The corn is harvested and stored in the wire corn crib beside the main barn, then used as winter feed for the livestock.


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