This was our first visit to the Crazy Corn Maze in West Jordan, and after going I think we're going to have to add it to our must do October activities! We went in the middle of the day on a Saturday and it wasn't overly busy that we were on top of people, but we did run in to some as we went through the maze. It was perfect for families, even little kids and strollers but I think it would be fun with a bunch of older kids or even for a date night (can I get a heck yeah-who doesn't love fall date nights)! My 2 year old even walked through the entire thing on her own!
Just before entering the maze there are a bunch of fun photo ops - of course my kids wanted to take pictures in each of them!
My kids loved the 'Fun Facts Trivia' sheet to help guide us through the maze and loved punching 'true' or 'false' at each marker (true = left, false = right)! It was also so nice having a map, it took a little getting used to but once we did it was easy to follow! I felt this maze was the perfect length - it took us about 45 minutes to get through which was perfect for our family! And when we finished the maze we turned in our Trivia sheet to the concessions stand and we all got to pick a treat!
After finishing the maze we hit the Country Bumpkin Pumpkin Patch that is right there! Admission to the pumpkin patch is free and the pumpkins were $.29/pound. We loved that it wasn't huge but still had some fun things to do and they had a great selection of pumpkins!
Our kids loved the giant hay pyramid & the photo ops all over! They have wagons and wheelbarrows there for you to use which sure helps get around! It was so fun watching our kids pick their 'perfect pumpkin' and of course watching our 2 yr old bringing just about every pumpkin she could carry over to the wagon!
We loved the Crazy Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch! It was such a fun way to spend a beautiful fall afternoon!
And did you know that they also have a haunted trail there at night? Their haunted trail is called Nightstalkers. My 10 year old and his soccer team went the other night and he had such a fun time! A couple of the kids got scared and I went and did the regular maze with them - it's totally different at night from in the day! If you go at night be sure to bring a flashlight because it is DARK! It's nice to have some fun haunted activities that aren't as scary as the more traditional haunted houses and forests around for tweens and young teens! Now my 8 year old wants me to take him before Halloween!
They have something for everyone there! The Maze, Haunted Trail, Pumpkin Patch - and lets not forget the food and concession stands!