Over 15 acres of our farm is dedicated to the corn maze each year — with miles and miles of trails in two fields! A super giant bridge connects the two fields, adding to the fun.
Get lost, folks! And have fun!
This year our maze theme is in celebration of Curious George, everyone’s favorite monkey. Curious George, the iconic character adored by kids and grownups alike, is celebrating his 76th birthday on Sept. 17.
Created in 1941, the classic tale of Curious George was written by H.A. and Margret Rey. Today, Curious George stories, including the seven original stories by the Reys, have sold more than seventy-five million copies worldwide. We are proud to celebrate this magnificent milestone, and we cherish the joyful reading experiences that this mischievous, resourceful and curious little monkey has brought to generations of families!
- To make your maze adventure more exciting — and to assure that you all make it out again — we have maze maps of the paths and checkpoints along the way! Get your map punched and be one your way again.
- Did we mention Flashlight Nights? The maze is a completely different adventure after dark — especially if you are watching for Curious George and the man in the yellow hat to appear. Bring your own flashlight for a magical experience.
- The maze is not haunted to make it family-friendly for all age groups.
The maze is wheelchair friendly. Please call or check our website before visiting the maze to get current maze conditions. Additionally, we have handicapped portable toilet facilities at the farm.
How long does it take to walk the maze?
The average time is 30 minutes to 1 hour. We have two mazes and you may visit both as many times as you would like. They are all at different levels for you to enjoy.
Is the maze lighted at night?
Sure it is — by the moon! So, you need a source of light to navigate through the maze because reading is required to find the correct pathways.
How do you make the maze?
It takes lots of practice and patience! Our particular method of designing the maze is a trade secret, but we can tell you that we plant the whole field in late May and then take out the design when the plants are very short. The design is created on a computer and then transferred into the maze acreage.
How big is the maze?
Our corn field is 15 acres. It is divided into two mazes for ease of navigation for the very directionally challenged! The smallest is the Learning Maze and large maze is the most challenging maze of all.
Will I get lost?
We hope so! That’s part of the fun! While everyone gets lost to different degrees, we have designed the maze to be an interactive activity that makes a trip inside the maze more than just a haphazard stroll. At the beginning of your visit, you have the option of taking a “map”. Remember, it’s not cheating to use the map! Make sure to look for the mystery posts!