I got lost in a beautiful maze of corn tonight. It served as the perfect way to unwind after a semi stressful (half) week of deadlines.

If you've never explored A Maze in Corn, I highly suggest you do so.

It is so much more than a corn field.

Clydesdale horses clip-clop around, pulling happy hay riders. They have concession stands, restrooms, and a haunted forest. There are bonfires available for rent- they even provide the propane and firewood! You can cuddle lambs, kittens, piglets, goats and even snuggle with a calf named Doug.

Hallowe'en is only a few weeks away and A Maze in Corn has a cozy pumpkin patch. I'll be going back within the next week - I missed out on the hay ride today and I also need to snag my Jack-0-Lantern!



  1. Monique!

    Another suggestion for fun-in-nature for Halloween is the Haunted Barn at Six Pines.


    The barn itself is actually very scary - last time I went, I had to shut my eyes and grip my friend Andrew's coat the entire time.

    But the other attractions; The train of TERROR, and the Comedy Show, are good old fashioned fun.

    Check it out if you get a chance!

  2. Monique, these pictures are beautiful! And I can highly recommend A Maze in Corn - my 5 year-old went nuts there (in a good way!) and is asking to go back.

  3. I was at A Maze In Corn just the other week. Such a cool little place. The petting zoo was by far my favourite part. It was unfortunate though because no one seemed to appreciate two 20-something year olds hogging all of the piglets and kittens to themselves while there was a line up of kids behind us.

    When they're 21, they'll understand that the beauty of these little creatures is still just as fascinating as when they were 5 years old.

  4. Omgoodness you are too cute. Thank you so much for stopping by. LOVE your blog!

  5. I loved A Maze In Corn when I was a kid. I always liked the little scavenger hunt they had there, it made me feel like I was on some sort of quest. Only I could save the land by the dark lord Sauron by collecting several broken pieces of farming equipment!

    Amazing photos by the way. What camera do you use?

  6. THIS is why I love fall- and you! These photos are amazing and sum up this month perfectly! Glad you're getting to go on adventures and enjoy your old (new?) city again. And we really do need to skype soon, I'm dying to hear about your school! xxxx

    p.s How cute is Doug?! I want one!!

  7. I love A Maze In Corn! It's so much fun to go with friends. It was mentioned above, but you should definitely check out Six Pines, It's a lot of fun!

    Great pictures too!

  8. Nice pics!



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