Howdy y’all! We are back and look forward to seeing you all starting October 1st through October 31st, 2021. This year the Corn Maze at Lollie is celebrating 150 years of the University of Arkansas, so please come on out to get lost in the fun and this year’s maze.. Please always, check the weather before coming out. If rain is in the forecast, we highly recommend wearing clothes and footwear that you’re not afraid to get muddy. You can click on the Activities page for more details including specific operating hours and prices.
|The 2021 Maze (Click to Enlarge)…|
Schaefers Corn Maze 2021
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What is a Corn Maze???
A corn maze or maize maze is a maze cut out of a corn field. The first corn maze was in Annville, Pennsylvania. Corn mazes have become popular tourist attractions in North America, and are a way for farms to create tourist income. Many are based on artistic designs such as characters from movies. Corn mazes appear in many different designs. Some mazes are even created to tell stories or to portray a particular theme. Most have a path, which goes all around the whole pattern, either to end in the middle or to come back out again. In the United Kingdom, they are known as maize mazes (“corn” in British English is generally taken to refer to wheat), and are especially popular with farms in the east of England. These mazes are normally combined with other farm attractions of interest to families and day trippers. Some of these attractions include hay rides, a petting zoo, play areas for children, and picnic areas. Each year a few of the mazes are featured in national newspapers and TV. In the U.S., corn mazes typically are cut down circa the first week of November.