Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for admission for two ($18 value)
- $14 for admission for two with activity wristbands; valid for six activities each ($26 value)
Admission allows visitors to explore the corn maze, while activity bracelets grant access to attractions such as a cow train, giant slingshots, face painting, and corn cannons. Regal Corn Maze is open Fridays from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., Saturdays from noon to 10 p.m., and Sundays from noon to 5 p.m., through November 9th.
Regal Corn Maze
To navigate Regal Corn Maze’s 7-acre labyrinth, families must work together to answer trivia questions whose answers unlock the route to freedom. Farm owner Brian Bell and his wife Catherine hope the questions not only add a strategy component to the maze but also encourage families to collaborate. “We want people to make this an annual event," Catherine says. "Our maze isn’t just about the maze—it’s about the whole experience."
The collaboration of the Bell family on the farm is evident: Their 10-year-old daughter, Reagan, helps sell ducks for the duck races each year, and Allison, 16, helps out at the concession booth, selling homemade s’more on stick, brownies and apple cider caramel cookies
The Bell family strives to create an atmosphere that’s safe and welcoming for visitors and their little ones. For instance, corn cops rove the maze to ensure participants’ safety, and there are a dozen games for young kids. They can clamber up a mountain of hay, shoot corn out of a cannon to a distance of 500 feet, and hop aboard the tractor-driven cow train. “The cow train rocks, and is fun for all ages!” Catherine says. “I don’t care how old you are. Everybody rides in it at some point or another.”