Howdy y’all! We are excited about the new 2018 theme… DINOSAURS!!! That’s right, you will travel back in time through an a’MAZE’ing adventure. You, your friends and family will have a DINO-MYTE time and explode into laughter. Check out the maze below. We will open at 12PM on September 28th to October 28th. 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. Also, we are bringing back the haunted hayride on October 19th, 20th, 26th and 27th. You can click on the Activities page for more details including specific operating hours and prices.
- 2:59 AM CST on January 19, 2019
- 12:00 AM CST on January 20, 2019
Rain showers early with precipitation turning to a mixture of rain and snow for the afternoon. Some mixed winter precipitation possible. Morning high of 52F with temps falling to near 35. Winds NW at 15 to 25 mph. Chance of rain 90%.
A mainly sunny sky. High 42F. Winds NW at 5 to 10 mph.
Generally sunny despite a few afternoon clouds. High around 50F. Winds SE at 10 to 15 mph.
Rain showers in the morning will evolve into a more steady rain in the afternoon. High 58F. Winds SSE at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 100%. Rainfall around a quarter of an inch.
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.
Birthday parties include two reserved picnic tables and a table for cake and presents. Free hayride and maze for the birthday child for two hours, $25. There is a group rate for 15 or more in the party. For Kids in the party to go on a hayride and do the maze it is $6.50 […]