It’s that time of year again, fall is almost here and so is everything that comes with it….including corn mazes.
The Wild Adventure Corn Maze is has just opened for the season and it has a new location.
Every year the Wild Adventure Corn Maze has a new design and this year they’re celebrating the Idaho Potato Commission’s 75th year anniversary.
You can get to the maze by taking exit 98 off of I-15.
“The reason we moved it was because we wanted an area where people could be closer to the exit, less than half a mile off exit 98 instead of it being dirt park, you have to travel down a dirt road for a mile and a half or whatever, we’ve got beautiful grass parking and makes it really accessible for families and other individuals” said Michael Johnson of Perfect Point Marketing.
The maze includes activities like a corn cannon, bounce houses, concessions, a barrel train and a pumpkin patch.
There are also three separate mazes people can go through.
“So individual mazes there are checkpoints and in the yellow maze which is the medium maze we/’ve got a farm scene investigation where we can do different types of things and people can run through and find these different characters, places weapons, kind of like the game clue, figure out who killed Farmer Joe so it’s kind of like a fun little game for them” said Jeremy Johnson an employee at the Wild Adventure Corn Maze.
The Wild Adventure Corn Maze is open every night from Monday to Friday from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., and on Saturday’s from noon until 10 p.m.
General admission for those who are 12 and older is $9.
The maze runs through November 3rd, you can also get discounted tickets by following this link.