Have you been sitting inside for most of this year? How about planning a trip to visit a corn maze to adventure through? Here are some mazes to check out in the northeast area.
It doesn’t get much creepier than killer clowns, and Thunder Road Farm knows it. That’s why this year, their corn maze design is none other than Stephen King’s Penny Wise from “It.” Stop by and get lost inside.
There are some changes at Thunder Road this year, due to Covid-19. The corn maze is a little bit wider to help with social distancing and there is no train ride, jumping pillow, or corn box. But the u-pick pumpkins are still available as well as a small play area for the kids. Admission is $6 for ages 4 and up.
Join the “a-maze-ing” time over at Davis Mega Maze where they have award-winning Kansas city barbecue, craft beer and wine, live music, and the world’s best corn maze. So, they say. Are you ready to find out?
If you’re looking for a corn maze to stump you, you just might find it at Beans and Greens where they promise tons of loops, bridges, and dead ends to keep you running in circles. They are open daily from 11 am -4 pm with nighttime maze adventures on Friday evenings.
Don’t miss a trip to the Happy Day Farm. It’s been voted one of the best corn mazes by both the Reader’s Choice and USA Today. They even have an intelligent question master who will quiz you through text and give you clues on where to turn in the maze.
Salisbury Farm also offers a Moonlight Maze. It’s open each Saturday night of the month (not including Halloween.) Some other things to look forward to the 55-acre family farm during fall are the u-pick strawberries, raspberries, and pumpkins.
The Great Corn Maze spans across 24 acres of land and takes about 2 hours on average to complete. This maze is best suited for adults ages (20-60) and not really for kids or teens, just because there is a lot of ground to cover. But hey, if your family is active and you know you can tackle it, go for it! Be sure to pack a lunch. There is no lunch sold here.