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Cloverdale Produce Farm Corn Maze

Has the Scarecrow always been your fave character in Wizard of Oz? Does the idea of wandering for endless hours in fields of sky-high corn make you giddy? Well then put on your traveling shoes, Dorothy, cuz the Cloverdale Produce Farm (minutes from Vancouver, BC, Canada) just might be your heaven on earth.

That's A-Mazing

Created by internationally recognized maze master Adrian Fisher, the Cloverdale Sea Monster corn maze is a seven acre living maize (corn) puzzle that challenges your brain as well as your sense of direction. Tell your 'rents to expect to spend at least an hour in the field hunting for the way out. And to keep you're mind in the game, there are dozens of oceanic questions along the quiz trail. This year's theme is "Commotion in the Ocean" so each correct answer leads you closer to discovering the monster that is devouring all the oceans coral.

A-Mazing Animals and Mini-Mazes

After you escape the clutches of the Monster Maze, and you swear you never want to see another cob of corn again, the Cloverdale Produce Farm cranks up the cuteness with an adorable collection of huggable goats, bunnies and a llama or two. Most of the Adrian Fisher designed maize mazes also have courtyards with smaller six-minute mazes.

 

A-Mazing Events

If you thought the a-mazing fun ends when the sun sets, guess again. The Cloverdale Corn Maze offers up a moonlight maze so bring your flashlight and your courage. And, if school is already bringing you down, why not suggest a school field trip to the local corn maze. After all, there are more than 400 Adrian Fisher designed corn mazes in 23 countries and permanent mazes worldwide in Chicago's Navy Pier, the New York Hall of Science, and Leeds Castle and Legoland in England, to name just a few.

  • Go to www.thecornmaze.com to check out the Cloverdale Produce Farm Corn Maze's official Web site.

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