Just a reminder that our hours are changing for November. We will now be closed on Fridays and open on Saturdays 11 am-6 pm. We are still open on Sundays 1 pm-6 pm. We hope to see you out at the farm!
We have plenty of fun, family events planned for the 2017 season! Don’t miss out on our Veteran’s Day celebration, the antique tractor show, our annual pumpkin party, and the family special discount! And of course the return of our Haunted Trail! Go to our special events page to learn more.
We are so excited to bring back the haunted trail for the 2017 season! Last year we took a break in order to focus on expanding the cheese making part of our dairy business. However, now we are ready to scare the pants off you once again! For more information,visit our haunted trail page.
Local Places of Interest
We know we are located off the beaten path, so if you travel all this way, make the most of your trip! Make plans to check out some places of interest in the Moulton and surrounding areas. Just click on our friends’ links below and make your trip a memorable experience.
Painted Churches Tour – The Painted Churches are located in the communities of Dubina, High Hill, Praha, and Ammannsville. They appear unassuming as you approach them, but as you enter the front doors prepare to have your breath taken away by the incredible beauty found inside.
Kloesel’s Steakhouse and Bar– Enjoy a great meal in a historic setting and experience a Texas dining tradition in Moulton.
Janak Country Market– Located in nearby Hallettsville, Janak Country Market offers a variety of cured and fresh meats, baked goods, and home-canned pickles, okra, jams, and jellies. Check out their handmade quilts and linens and other country memorabilia.
The Rehmet House Bed and Breakfast is Moulton’s finest bed and breakfast where casual elegance and country charm meet.
Olle Hotel– For a taste of old Texas gentility, come stay at the Olle Hotel. Reminiscent of the days of the Cattle Baron, the Olle Hotel was built in the 1870’s to accommodate travelers coming to town by steam train. Renovated and updated for today’s travelers in 2005.
Your trip to Rocky Creek Maze at Chaloupka Farm can be an all day event that’s sure to make your stomach growl. You’ll want to make sure you stop by the Feed Trough and pig out on all our farm delicious treats! All prices include sales tax.
- Bottled water/juice: $1.00
- Soda: $2.00
- Gatorade: $2.00
- Chocolate milk: $2.00
- Hot chocolate: $0.75
- Coffee: $0.75
- Sausage wrap: $4.00
- Corn on the cob: $3.00
- Hot dogs: $3.00, w/chili & cheese: $4.00
- Sloppy Joe: whole bun $5.00, half bun $3.00
- Frito pie: $4.50
- Nachos: $4.00, w/chili & cheese: $5.00
- Kettle corn: sm $4.00, med $6.00, lg $8.00
- Blooming apple: $3.50
- Banana bread: sm loaf $1.00, lg loaf $3.00, bread bugs $1.00
- Cowboy cookies: 2 per package $1.50
- Chips: $0.50
- Pickle: $1.00
- Assorted candies as priced
JULY 30, 2008
During your visit with us at Rocky Creek Maze, we want to make sure that you have an absolute fun time and stay safe too. In order to do that, we have a few rules that you need to follow for your safety and for the safety of other guests.
1. Have Fun! That’s our most important rule! We want you to remember your trip to Rocky Creek Maze and continue to join us every fall. So, make the most of your stay with us and HAVE FUN!
Now, to the more serious rules.
2. Stay on the maze paths. While walking in the maze itself, it is very important that you not stray off the designated paths. Please don’t cut through the corn; we don’t want anyone getting hurt. If you need assistance out, our “Corn Cops” will be glad to show you the way.
3. No picking or throwing corn, even if it’s already on the ground. I don’t know if you’ve ever been hit with an ear of corn, but let me tell you, it certainly can leave a bump on your noggin!
4. No running through the maze. At peak times, we have lots of people walking the maze at the same time, and we don’t want anyone getting run over. Just be courteous.
5. No smoking, dipping, or drinking alcohol on the grounds. We are a family-oriented business, and for the comfort of everyone, we ask that you refrain from using tobacco and alcohol products during your visit on the farm.
6. No profanity. There are lots of families who visit with us, and we just don’t want to hear any bad language.
7. No pets allowed except for assistance-type animals (i.e. guide dogs).