The maze is over 9 acres total. Within the maze there are 4 phases. Phase 1 is shorter and more geared toward the directionally challenged. Phase 2 is longer. There are 2 smaller “kiddie” mazes. Within these mazes you can read the story of Jack and the Cornstalk or The Legend of Spookley the Square Pumpkin.
No. We plant our maze in sorghum, a crop used primarily for cattle feed. Sorghum looks similar to corn but does not actually have corn cobs on it. The reason sorghum is used instead of corn is because it is stronger and more tolerant to Florida’s unpredictable weather.
No. Pumpkins are very difficult to grow in Florida due to the humidity. However, we do have pumpkins available for purchase in our “Country Store” barn. You are sure to find the perfect pumpkin for carving, decorating, etc.
No. The maze is not lighted at night. In order to enter the maze at night you must have at least one lighting device per group. For example: flashlight, glow stick, battery powered lantern, etc. Lighters are not considered maze lighting devices and are not permitted. Glow sticks are available for purchase.
No. The maze is not haunted, however is pretty spooky at night. The focus of our fall maze is fun for the whole family. We ask that you please respect others and not intentionally scare or spook them within the maze.
The last two weekends in October are usually our busiest. If you choose to visit during our last two weekends you may experience longer wait times at some attractions. If you would like to avoid crowds and long lines join us on earlier in the season or on a Friday evening.
Our 9- acre maze is broke into 4 different phases. Phase 1 and 2 are larger and take around 15-30 minutes to navigate. If your sense of direction is challenged you may be lost for longer… But getting lost is part of the fun! If you would like to take a shorter easier route, check out our 2 kiddie mazes featuring the story of Jack and The Cornstalk and The Legend of Spookley the Square Pumpkin on large story boards. These smaller mazes can take anywhere from 5 to 30 minutes, depending on whether or not you read the story.