Family Fun at the Ozark Corn Maze
The cool, crisp autumn air and changing colors means one thing for some: it’s pumpkin patch and corn maze season.
Family and friends spent their Sunday getting a little lost and having a lot of fun at the Ozark Corn Maze.
The Benton County attraction is known for its three unique mazes. There’s a children’s maze that’s simple enough for the little ones to solve, a haunted maze that opens up as the stars come out and a family maze designed for Hog fans.
Owner Rod Wallis said every year he and his wife, Kate, come up with a Razorback theme for the family maze. This year, they created a design that reads “Go Hogs Go!” and features a Razorback.
“We use GPS technology,” explained Wallis. “The maze is designed to fit that field and then we use a GPS-guided mower that travels through and cuts the pattern.”
The family maze is the largest of the three, and comes in at close to seven acres.
But there’s more to do at the Ozark Corn Maze than just wandering through the corn stocks. There are goats to feed, corn cannons to shoot off, ponies to ride and pumpkins to pick. If that’s not quite enough, you can even ride a helicopter!
The Ozark Corn Maze is located just off Highway 112 by Wagon Wheel Road outside of Cave Springs. Their hours are Friday from 4-11, Saturday from 10 in the morning to 11 at night and Sunday from 1 to 6.
The Ozark Corn Maze will stay open through Nov. 11.