In 2010 Montana Corn Maze created the first maze on 0.8 acres in the shape of the sun setting over the mountains of Montana. The maze was expanded to 2.5 acres for the 2011 season and then again in the 2018 season to 4.5 acres. The 201 maze covers over 5 acres and the theme is Heading West [to Montana].
The maze is created by first planting the corn in two different directions, creating a grid. The maze is drawn and cut without the use of computers or GPS. When the corn is about 6 inches tall, the paths are walked out, marked, and then cut using weed eaters. The corn is cut several times to keep the corn in the paths from growing. Clues are finally hidden among the stalks for three different levels of challenges. Are you up for the challenge?
Online reservations and tickets are encouraged.
Big Hole Battlefield
Virginia City Mining
God Made A Farmer
Montana Birds of Prey
Lewis and Clark
Heading West [to Montana]
A huge thank you to everyone that came out to the farm and maze this season!