Corn mazes are statistically the safest of all labyrinths, thanks to their edible walls and Minotaurs' seasonal allergies. Celebrate the season in safety with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $9 for two admissions to the pumpkin patch and Oregon Ducks–themed corn maze, valid September 1–October 11 and Monday–Thursday from October 12 through October 31, plus $4 toward pumpkins (an $18 value)
- $12 for two admissions to the haunted corn maze, valid on the evening of September 28 or 29 or October 26 or 27, plus $4 toward pumpkins (a $24 value)
The Ducks-themed maze, designed in celebration of the university's bowl victory, sends visitors wandering through 2.5 miles of twists and turns. On the evenings of September 28 and 29 and October 26 and 27, patrons traverse the pathways of the haunted maze, stalked by vampires, zombies, and other frightening creatures. They lurk behind the maze's many corners, waiting to frighten passersby into squealing and corn into self-popping in terror. Customers should dress appropriately for the weather; the path can get muddy. The 100-acre farm also offers organic produce and encourages pumpkin perusal; both organic and nonorganic pumpkins can be purchased and transformed into environmentally conscious jack-o’-lanterns.
Bella Organic Pumpkin Patch
Bella Organic Pumpkin Patch's 100 acres of picturesque rural farmland yield a cornucopia of produce, which its workers cheerily harvest and sell directly to Portland residents. Not content to keep customers well fed, the farm also draws families, music lovers, and food aficionados to its pastoral atmosphere with a plethora of seasonal activities. A series of harvest festivals fill the air with blues, rock, bluegrass, and country music and simultaneously sate the appetites of guests with food-cart fare, local microbrews, and wines from Bella's own organic winery, which include creations made from berry, cherry, rhubarb, as well as traditional grape wines. Sun-soaked youngsters can take refuge on cow and grain trains, relax on a hayride, or explore a petting zoo stocked with barnyard animals and friendly carpet samples.