How it all began.
In 2000, we created the "Get Lost Corn Maze". We cut a giant puzzle into one of our corn fields and opened it to the public. The 2000 corn maze was created in a corn field that was a little under 3 acres. It was designed in the shape of a jack-o-lantern. There were over a mile of twisting, turning and CORNfusing paths in the maze. No need to worry about finding your way out because "King Corn" sat in a 20 foot tower waiting to assist wayward maze guests. Wow, what an awesome adventure! Not only did people come out and get lost, but they left wandering just how they got out. It's a great way to spend a fall evening. Hopefully you will leave with a little better understanding of how agriculture is an important part of ALL of our lives.
The 2002 USA Corn Maze The 2001 Horse Corn Maze
The 2003 corn maze was a witch on a broom, flying thru the moon. (to go with our Halloween theme).
The 2004 corn maze was all steps & angles---all maze!
The 2005 corn maze we made it all circles (crop circles) some of us were dizzy by the time we solved it.
The 2007 corn maze was "The Kecksburg UFO Maze"-depicting the incident from 1965.
The 2008 Corn Maze was "Crazy Eights".
2009 "The City of Champions Corn Maze"
"The City of Champions" Maze. In honor of the city of Pittsburgh's sports milestone. Both the SuperBowl Champions & the Stanley Cup Winners. The design had a football with XLIII below it & crossed hockey sticks with a hockey puck between the sticks.
The 2011 NEVER FORGET 9/11 Corn Maze
The 2012 COWBOY PRAYER Corn Maze
The 2013 Corn Maze was "Crazy Train Maze"
The 2014 Corn Maze was "Tractor Maze"
The 2015 Corn Maze was "Ms Awareness Maze"
(Located beside Westmoreland Fairgrounds)
At the end of the season the Maze is gone forever. Harvested for livestock feed.
The Machine that ate the Corn Maze.(below)