Maze closed for 2018

Now Open!

corn maze

2019 Fresh Acres Corn Maze

It's Fall and our Corn Maze is OPEN! at Fresh Acres.  We want a way to get people out to experience the farm, as well as learn a little about agriculture.

The 2019 design helps celebrate 100 years of football as well as our family's differing opinions on the best football team ever.

In addition to the maze, there will be other activities for kids and adults. Food will be sold by a local concession stand vendor.

For Groups and Parties

Contact us directly to arrange your sports teams, school groups, birthday and other private parties.  We host many different events outside normal business hours and can work with you to make your event a success.

Maze season is here

Open weekends 10am - 4pm September 15 through November 2nd 2019. 

A variety of food options will be available for purchase

Petting Zoo

We have goats, turkeys, alpaca, a dog and several cats for feeding, photo ops, and fun (cups of feed will be for sale).

Food Offerings

Taulelle Concessions will be onsite every weekend to help you re-energize after completing the maze.

  • Hand Dipped Corn Dogs

  • Hand Battered Cheese Curds

  • Fresh Cut French Fries

  • Cheese Burgers

  • Bratwurst

  • Footlong Hotdogs

  • Cotton Candy

  • Fresh Squeezed Lemonade

  • Strawberry Smoothies

  • Iced Tea

  • Coffee

  • Hot Chocolate

Fall Festivities & Activities

In addition to the food, maze, and petting zoo, we have additional activities for all ages.

There are inflatables, a corn pit, a bale mountain, giant jenga, giant tic-tac-toe, and tires to climb on/through.  

Some weekends will have additional activities - watch our Facebook page for more details.

We also have pumpkins, cornstalk bundles and straw bales for sale.  Get your Fall family fun and decorating items all in one place!

For those of you who are health minded, in keeping with our values, we planted "naked" corn seed and did not spray our fields.  This is done to minimize the chemicals and gunk on your shoes when you get home.  We also used transitional organic corn in our corn pit, and the straw bales were not sprayed, either.

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