Celebrating 21 Years at The Pumpkin Patch, Portland’s Original Bigfoot-themed corn maze offers a maze with tricky twists and turns
About This Deal
- Valid October 28 - November 3, 2019
- Large groups of 25 or more considered for evening hours with prior reservation and deposit
- Eight acres of field corn
- Iconic and complex designs
- Pole tent for rest
- Can be conquered in under an hour
- Hayrides around the farm through October 31st
- Theme: Bigfoot
- Perfect spot for groups of all types to get a chance to feel farm atmosphere
- Private spaces available to use for large or small groups
- Covered space
- Private bonfire areas
- Free admission for children 5 and under
The MAiZE at The Pumpkin Patch
The Maize at The Pumpkin Patch, which originally began as an idea to build the largest corn maze in Portland, has become a family fall tradition. Celebrating its 21st season, the creators have been working since July to once again carve out an iconic and complex design into eight acres of field corn on Sauvie Island.
About Portland Maize
Many traditional artists paint linen or sculpt stone. For an agri-artist such as Portland Maize's Craig Easterly, though, a cornfield makes a perfectly good canvas. For two decades now, Craig has been chiseling through the 12-foot stalks of his 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.
Along with its maze, Portland MAiZE is one of many fall-centric, family-friendly activities to experience at The Pumpkin Patch. Oregonians revel in the wet fall weather in their rubber boots and rain jackets as they bounce along on free hayrides in October, get crowned king of the hay mountain, or mimic the beastly accents of farm animals in the big red barn.