Chris Plummer, owner, opened the Kingston Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch in 2008 as a way of sharing the property with the community. Prior to this time the Plummers raised three girls on the 30-acre farm. Life included ponies, horses, chickens, pigs, cows, dogs and cats. The Plummers were active in 4-H in the 1970′s and 1980′s and hosted numerous horse shows and play days in the arena. Once the girls grew up and out of the house, the farm business began to focus on horse boarding.
Daughter Kim Williams obtained a botany degree at college, and, with her love of flowers, created a U-Cut Flower Garden on the farm. Each daughter married and began bringing grandchildren back to the farm.
Chris decided to open the Corn Maze business and brought in youngest daughter Kim Williams as the Farm Manager. Middle daughter Michelle Rogers helps with Marketing and Group Sales. Eldest daughter, Gayle Waxon, is the official farm photographer. Gayle’s daughter Muriel Waxon works in the snack shack after school and on weekends.