You Need To Be Warned About
Saturday Nights Only from Dusk 'till
you aren't sure about the weather,
call our weather hotline at (586) 365-9401
Hours of fun at one low price of $18
is a Haunted Corn Field and
Forest - You walk the trails so wear good shoes (not flipflops) and Enter At
Your Own Risk - Not Recommended for
event has almost 1 mile of pitch black trails, with only one way out!
are absolutely no refunds. Only
pay for entry if you are 100% positive
you can handle it.
is no smoking or flashlights allowed on
in the haunted corn field you must put them in your pocket.
are no rescue crews to come in and
"save you" - Once you enter,
you are on your own
are lurking in the corn field, waiting for
The Haunted Attractions are open on
& Saturday Nights Starting September 28th from dusk 'till
11pm. We accept Cash or Check at the door no cards accepted.
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$18.00 (Includes Haunted activities, 2 mazes, courtyard & bonfire)
5 - 11 $16.00 (The flashlight maze is great for those not ready for the haunt)
Kids under 5 FREE but not
Q: How long will it take me to go through the
A: It will take about 1/2 hour or more to complete the small maze and 1 hour or more to complete the large maze, so plan to spend at least 2 hours or more with us at the farm. During the haunted event the haunt
itself takes about 30 - 40 minutes.
Q: How should we dress for the maze?
A: The maze is located in an open corn field so we suggest that you dress appropriately for the temperature and wear good comfortable walking shoes. Our trails are bumpy and you need to be careful when walking. Smaller children may appreciate a ride in a wagon. Use backpacks instead of strollers for babies and toddlers, or heavy duty strollers with big wheels.
Q: Do you have Restrooms?
A: There are portable restrooms and hand sanitizer available.
Q: What types of payment do you accept?
A: At this time we can only accept cash payments, but we will accept checks for large groups.
Q: Are pets allowed in the maze?
A: We are sorry, but pets must be left at home. Of course, service animals are always allowed.
Q: Does the maze ever close due to weather?
A: The Mazes are only open weather permitting. Muddy ground conditions after
rain storms could force them to stay closed even after the rain has stopped. Please call
365-9401 if you question the weather in our area. If we need to close for the day, a message will
be left on the farm answering machine.
Q: Can I get lost in the maze and not be found?
A: No, we have never had anyone get lost in the maze...at least we don't think so :) We do supply each maze customer with a map to keep in their pocket if needed.
Q: Why can't I drink alcoholic beverages in the maze?
A: Because this is an alcohol free event. Folks, you need all of your full senses to go through the maze!
Q: Why can't I smoke in the maze?
A: Because smoking in the maze is a fire hazard and a fire marshal would shut us down if we let people smoke in the maze.
Q: When the maze is open during nighttime hours, do I need to bring a flashlight?
A: Yes, you need to bring a flashlight because the maze pathways are not lit up at night. We do sell glow sticks at the maze, and rent some flashlights but we have a very limited amount. Flashlights are not allowed in the haunted maze, you must put them in your pocket.
Q: When will the maze be haunted?
A: The maze will never be haunted but we have a seperate maze that is haunted on Friday and Saturday
nights in October from dusk 'till
Q: Do I have to go through the haunted part of the maze?
A: No, you may enjoy our 2 flashlight mazes during the haunted hours without entering the haunted events.
Q: Will the maze be haunted during daylight hours
A: No, the maze will only be haunted after dark, but both regular mazes are open all day long for your daytime enjoyment.
Q: How did you cut out the maze?
A: We hired a fantastic family from Idaho who own a company called Mazeplay to cut our maze, you can visit their website at
We also hired a local farmer Brian Kethe to plant our corn. Remember we are city folks, or at least we were!