Soddy Daisy has beautiful views of the creeks, hollers and far away mountains. One thing Flattop Mountain is known for is their farmers. The Hughes’ have farmed on Flattop for eight generations and they continue to do so today. Flattop Mountain farm wants to share their fall harvest with the public.
Flat Top Mountain Farm is opening up for their corn maze and pumpkin patch every weekend beginning Sept. 17 through the last weekend in October. Guests are invited to wander through the zinnia and sunflower fields, take a hay ride to the pumpkin patch and get lost in the eight acre corn maze.
There are nine different varieties of pumpkins, from blue to orange ones. The corn maze can be pretty spooky when guests go through at night during the haunted hours on select dates.
The farm is open Friday and Saturdays from 9 a.m.-6 p.m. and Sundays from 12-5 p.m.
Terry and Diane Hughes are the face of Flattop Mountain farm but it’s a family affair. Their daughters Tera (Hughes) and Ben Byard and Kerry (Hughes) and Derrick Dishman and grandchildren all work on the family farm.
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