Our farm history takes back many years ago. Andrew and Anastacia Grabarek purchased the land from Barron (last name) in 1923. Since then, it has stayed in the Grabarek name and the farm has had cows on it every day.
The farm is currently run by Deb, Matt, and Jerry Grabarek. It's been a local dairy farm, where cows have been milked for over 50 years.
Along the way, the Grabarek family decided to open up a corn maze that began in 2000 and has been a staple for the community since then. The maze has grown through the years, and it attracts maze goers from all over the country.
ABOUT PRESTON FARMS
Our annual 7 Acres Corn Maze is held from September through the end of October every year and offers a unique, family fall activity that people of all ages enjoy. Every year has a different theme and within the maze is a challenging game of finding 16 hidden stamping stations, placed at random throughout the maze itself.
THE 23RD ANNUAL PRESTON FARMS CORN MAZE
We pick a different theme for our corn maze every year. This year's theme is "Corn Maze 66", where everything in the maze is about Route 66, and American history of cars. The Game of the maze is to find all 16 stamping stations. Once you've found them all, can you find your way back out?
Flashlight Mazes held every Friday and Saturday!