Frequently Asked Questions
The maze is cut into a 15 acre field of corn.
It all depends on many wrong turns you take. The average person will finish the maze within 1- 1.5 hours. Some people have taken a lot longer and a few a bit quicker. For those who are worried about the time it would take to finish the maze, we do have people in the maze who can help you find an exit.
While everyone does get a little bit lost, we have designed the maze to be an interactive activity that makes a trip to the maze more than just a walk through some corn. At the beginning of your visit you have the option of taking a “passport”. The ten questions on the passport will help you make your way through the maze.
We are semi-accessible. The paths are all hard packed dirt trails and easily fit a wheelchair. If there has been rain recently the paths get quite muddy and can be quite a push.
Yes. The paths accommodate most strollers, however the trails are hard packed dirt and can get muddy after a rainfall making it more difficult to push.
Very carefully. The exact process of making the maze is a trade secret but we can tell you that we plant the whole field in the spring and then cut out the design when the corn plants are 6 inches tall.
We have 10 posts situated inside the maze. They will help to keep you on the right path.
One of the great things about the maze is the fact that it is something that people of all ages can enjoy. As long as you are able to walk for an hour or so, you can fully enjoy the maze.
Absolutely! We welcome you to pack a meal and have dinner or a snack in our courtyard area (concessions are also available). Picnic tables are provided on a first-come, first-serve basis. Fire pits can also be reserved and firewood is available for purchase.
As long as you cleanup after your pet, they are more than welcome. All we ask is that you keep them on a leash at all times.
You could, but it would not taste very good and we don’t recommend it. The variety of corn that we grow is a cow grazing variety. Most of the energy goes into growing the plant tall and the cobs are really bitter and mealy.