Two Tickets to The MAiZE at The Pumpkin Patch. Choose Between Two Options.

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A recently discovered alternative to the indoors, going "outside" offers adventurous explorers exposure to things such as wind, sunshine, and the naturally occurring mazes found in cornfields. Leave the indoors with today's Groupon to The MAiZE at The Pumpkin Patch, located on Sauvie Island. Choose from two MAiZE options:

  • $7 for two tickets to the Heart in Oregon MAiZE (up to a $14 value)
  • $10 for two tickets to the Haunted MAiZE (a $20 value)

The MAiZE at The Pumpkin Patch unleashes two adventures of agricultural architecture on its visitors. The Heart in Oregon MAiZE ($7 admission for adults, $5 admission for children age 6–12 and seniors) is built into a five-acre cornfield of 12-foot stalks and contains a slew of unexpected circles, twists, and intangible mind games. Maze-travelers can attempt to find their way out on their own, or they can be given a "passport" packed with trivia questions that, if answered correctly, will point the way out for adventurers not wishing to become full-time scarecrows. The Heart in Oregon MAiZE—showing a heart-shaped center when seen from overhead or under-helicopter—is open seven days a week from September 4 through October 31.

The Haunted MAiZE ($10 admission for all ages) takes a spookier approach to sifting through the stalks. The four-acre maze, mowed into the shape of either an eerie scarecrow or David Bowie, leads haunt-hounds on a winding labyrinth, with thrills and chills around each starchy corner. Fulfill your Children of the Corn fixation without getting caught up with He Who Walks Behind the Rows with a trip through the Haunted MAiZE, open on Friday and Saturday nights from October 8 through Halloween night.

The Haunted MAiZE may not be suitable for children age six and under. Children under age 12 must be accompanied by an adult in the Haunted MAiZE.

Reviews

Yelpers give the Maize an average of 4.5 stars:

  • Who doesn't dream of invoking a children of the corn-esque experience in their life? where they can traipse around huge stalks of corn and getting lost...for fun? It's truly a great way to cement the fact that it's official autumn. – Michelle H.
  • That night in that cornfield is where my opinion on destinations changed. Finding the exit was great, but being lost was the truly best part. – Andrew C.

The Maize at The Pumpkin Patch

Many traditional artists paint linen or sculpt stone. For an agri-artist such as Craig Easterly, though, a cornfield makes a perfectly good canvas. For more than a decade, Craig has been chiseling through the 12-foot stalks of his 5-acre field to create what is from the ground a maze of rustling green tunnels and from above a stunning tableau of Portland themes and images. "I like to create designs that resonate with Portlanders and our friends in the greater Portland area," he said in a 2011 press release. One year, his work cut the city's bridges and rivers into the corn; in another he incorporated the Portland Timbers insignia into his maze.

Many traditional artists paint linen or sculpt stone. For an agri-artist such as Craig Easterly, though, a cornfield makes a perfectly good canvas. For more than a decade, Craig has been chiseling through the 12-foot stalks of his 5-acre field to create what is from the ground a maze of rustling green tunnels and from above a stunning tableau of Portland themes and images. "I like to create designs that resonate with Portlanders and our friends in the greater Portland area," he said in a 2011 press release. One year, his work cut the city's bridges and rivers into the corn; in another he incorporated the Portland Timbers insignia into his maze.

Each fall, these Sauvie Island fields birth both Craig's famous corn maze and its evil twin, the Haunted Maize, which spooks its visitors at night with costumed actors and eerie animatronics. Along with its mazes, The Maize at The Pumpkin Patch also sprouts fall-centric family-friendly activities. Overall-clad patrons bounce along on free hayrides, get crowned king of the hay mountain, or mimic the beastly accents of farm animals in the big red barn.

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In a Nutshell

  • Choose from scary or non-scary MAiZE
  • Answer trivia to get out
  • Family-friendly fall activity

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Expires Oct 31st, 2010. Limit 4 per person. No cash back. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.