What You'll Get
Like a soap opera, a corn maze involves many twists and turns that can culminate in the reappearance of long-lost characters. Embark on unknown plot lines with this Groupon.
$6 for a Corn-Maze Outing with Hay Ride (Up to $13 Value)
Guests of all ages gain access to most of the farm’s activities including the corn maze, the Hey Hey hayride, and Shuckle’s tug of war. New attractions this season include a 40-foot Super Slide and new Pony Hop races. Peruse the planning tips and rules for more information.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 28, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Children 12 and younger must be accompanied by an adult. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Shuckle's Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch
Night has chased the light out of the sky, forcing the lone figure weaving in and out of the towering corn stalks to slice through the darkness with a flashlight. The evening’s silence is broken by an eerie noise that causes the figure to break into a frantic run, but his escape is thwarted as his friends leap out of the corn into his path, giggling and hooting, “You weren’t scared, were you?!” This is not a scene from a horror movie, but instead from Shuckle's Corn Maze’s Maze by Flashlight event, which dares visitors to navigate the almost 7-acre maze with only a flashlight to illuminate their path. Dedicated to delighting visitors with family-friendly activities, Shuckle’s staff welcomes guests of all ages to spend the day celebrating autumn’s arrival.
On any given fall day, the staffers usher intrepid explorers into the maze to maneuver the numerous twists, turns, and vengeful mutant corncobs therein. The Kiddie Hippity Hoppity mini maze grants youngsters a chance to tackle an age-appropriate labyrinth, and events such as hayrides, face painting, and bouncy pony-hop races unleash the inner children of all those who participate. The pumpkin patch's rotund inhabitants eagerly await the moment they’ll be scooped up and taken home to a new family, while audiences nestled in the Ho-Hum theater shimmy along with an ever-changing roster of musicians belting out bluegrass, country, and gospel tunes.