The health and safety of our guests and employees is very important to us. We want to ensure that a visit to Stony Hill Farms is safe, and also fun, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please take a moment to read our guidelines and information before you visit our farm.
U-pick berry season is now officially over. Thanks to all who came out to our farm to pick this season! Don’t miss our other upcoming events at the farm including our Sunflower Festival and u-pick pumpkins in the fall.
Tickets are now on sale for the Sunflower Festival at Stony Hill Farms! Explore the sunflowers fields, take advantage of great photo opportunities, listen to live music, and more!
The Dark Ages were explored by knights and ladies. Visitors learned the customs and life in medieval Europe in the Age of Chivalry.
Our 2019 Corn Maze theme was “BEE aMAZEd”. Guests learned all about bees as they explored our giant corn maze! They joined us in celebrating these amazing pollinators, including the honey bee, NJ’s state insect.
Visitors learned about the ecological role of sea turtles, the threats endangering them, and ways to protect their future while exploring the corn maze! They discover interesting facts about sea turtles and ways to help this threatened species make a comeback!
Our 2018 maze celebrated the life and inventions of Thomas Edison!
Stony Hill helped celebrate the 250th anniversary of the State University of New Jersey. Visitors explored the Maze Fun Park and learned about the history of Rutgers and its influence on New Jersey agriculture!
The Maze Fun Park opens this fall on September 5th! The corn maze theme for the year is “aMAZEd by Weather.” Don’t miss this fun time of year featuring activities for all ages including the corn maze, rides, games, and more! LEARN MORE
You’re invited to our annual Open House at Stony Hill Gardens in Chester, NJ. Come view our beautiful selection of orchids, enjoy free educational talks, complimentary refreshments, wine and cheese tasting, door prizes, and more! This event takes place every spring and is FREE to the public.