At Jonamac Orchard, we require an admission for:
Fall Festival Days (Sat, Sun, & Holidays) and our After School Special (Weekdays Mon-Fri)
This allows us to limit the number of guests permitted on the farm each day to allot for enough parking and a great experience for our guests! Purchase your tickets in advance to ensure your entry on the day that works best for you!
Tickets are NON REFUNDABLE unless Jonamac Orchard closes activities due to inclement weather.
FALL FESTIVAL ADMISSION – SATURDAY, SUNDAY, AND LABOR DAY & COLUMBUS DAY MONDAY
$6.00 per person (ages 2 and under free) and includes access to:
Daytime Corn Maze, Jumping Pillow, Animal Barn Petting Zoo, Cider House Tasting Room, Sunflower Patch (when in season), Barn Yard Play Area, Corn Crib, Wagon Rides, & Live Music.
Apple Tokens ($2 each or 6 for $10) are required for the following activities on Sat, Sun, & Holidays only:
Apple Train (1 token), Animal Feed Cup (1 token), Apple Launcher (1 token), Apple Cannons (2 tokens), Pony Rides (3 tokens)
Our Apple Orchard opens Labor Day weekend and apples are priced separately (1/2 peck bag per 4 people). Our pumpkin patch opens mid September and pumpkins are sold separately as well, priced per pumpkin. An admission wristband is required to enter these areas.
REDEEM YOUR TICKETS AT ADMISSION BUILDINGS DURING YOUR ENTRY TIME ON FESTIVAL DAYS
On Weekdays (Monday through Friday, excluding the Monday of Labor Day & Columbus Day)
our Barn Yard Play Area is open free of charge.
Our After School Special includes activities that are available on weekday afternoons for $3.75 per person
(ages 2 and under free with a paid adult admission)
Monday through Thursday from 2pm-5:30pm and Friday from 12pm-5:30pm
Includes: Animal Barn Petting Zoo + Complimentary Food Cup, Jumping Pillow, & Corn Crib Play Barn
REDEEM WEEKDAY TICKETS AT ANIMAL BARN PETTING ZOO
There is no admission required to go Apple Picking or pick pumpkins during the week (while they are available), however, you need to purchase apple picking bags in the store or Ciderhouse, and pay for pumpkins there as well.