(Mis)adventures in Agri-Tourism

Recently I’ve been researching agri-tourism and the benefits it could bring to Jefferson. A farmer’s market, wine tastings, bird watching, hay rides, corn mazes and fishing are all visitor friendly. I did not consider the potential misadventures involved with agri-tourism.

The first story I, about misadventures in agri-tourism, concerned a Danvers, Massachusetts family. The family, enjoying a fall festival corn maze, got lost and had to call 911 to be rescued.

The second story was about a couple who traveled to an apple orchard in Stowe, Massachusetts. The orchard was a “you pick” apple orchard. The couple became disoriented and had to call the police for assistance.

I don’t think either of these stories will prevent us from pursuing agri-tourism in Jefferson, Texas.

About Jeff in Jefferson, Texas

Tourism Director for Historic Jefferson, Texas.
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