Corn Maze

2023 Corn Maze

Come spend the day getting lost in our six-acre corn maze! Test your navigational skills and see who can make it out of the maze first. Or just enjoy a leisurely walk with friends and family while enjoying the twist and turns of the corn maze. This year, we are partnering with First Day Shoe Fund.

First Day Shoe Fund provides new athletic shoes to students in Kalamazoo County at no cost. We are excited to help grow awareness of this incredible option for families in the Kalamazoo area along with helping them find donors to fuel their mission. As you walk through the maze you will enjoy learning more about First Day Shoe Fund along with some interesting facts about shoes.


If you’re not sure about the big six-acre maze, try out our mini-maze. With minimal twists and turns, this is a great option for the little ones to “get lost” with mom or dad. With one entrance/exit, it’s a fun option to not get lost but sill enjoy the corn maze experience.

Our corn maze is paths of compacted dirt. It is wheelchair accessible but please note that some areas may be uneven. If it has rained the day before (or day of), please note that the maze may be closed due to muddy conditions. Feel free to call ahead or check Facebook for updates regarding maze conditions.

First Day Shoe Fund provides new athletic shoes to students at Kalamazoo County Public Elementary schools at no cost. Since 2006, they have provided and fitted over 50,000 pairs of brand new athletic shoes for students in our community. A new pair of well-fitting athletic shoes help students participate fully in gym, recess and all of the fun that elementary school offers. New shoes can also help to improve student self-esteem and confidence and reduce attendance issues and bullying. Through their work in Kalamazoo County, FDSF ensures that thousands of elementary students can put their best foot forward every year!

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