We debate the design of the maze every year for about 6 months, and then we let Jim Anderson have his way. Our maze designer, Shawn Stolworthy of Mazeplay in Firth, ID comes out to our farm every year in early June and cuts the maze. Shawn is the person with the GPS technical know-how to actually get the maze designed and cut when the corn is 6” tall. He puts the GPS system on his tractor and goes to work. It takes only ONE day to cut our 25-acre corn maze with its 9 miles of trail!!
The maze consists of 4 separate mazes. Together they total over 8 miles of trail across 25 acres. To put that into perspective, an acre is a little smaller than a football field!
Each maze contains 6 numbered stations that correspond to the numbered boxes at the bottom of the maze map that you receive at the ticket booth. When you arrive at a maze station, use the paper punch attached to the post to punch the correct box on your map. Race other members of your party to complete all the punches! We also have two new smaller games for younger children. For more information about Farm Scene Investigation and Farm Scene Tracks please visit our corn maze page.
As long as you want! It can around two hours to complete the entire maze if you are good at reading maps. There are four sections of varied sizes so that you can choose to do one of more of the sections to fit your skill level. Farm Scene Investigation and Farms Scene Tracks are in the smallest sections and will take significantly less time to complete.
Yes! It is only lit by moonlight so be sure to bring a flashlight!
No, the maze is NEVER haunted. However, beware of the customers that are trying to haunt the maze at night. Terror in the Corn and Zombie Paintball Hunt are in a separate cornfield.
Yes, strollers are allowed in the maze. But, be aware that the ground is dirt, it is not flat and it can be muddy.