Eugene, Oregon

Corn Mazes!

Corn Mazes Around Eugene, OR!
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Detering Orchards

Detering Orchards
30946 Wyatt Drive
Harrisburg, OR
History The Great Depression was at its worst in 1934, but Gerald Detering, a Eugene jewelry store bookkeeper, had a dream of owning his own farm....
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Northern Lights Christmas Tree Farm

Northern Lights Christmas Tree Farm
36777 Wheeler Road
Pleasant Hill, OR
Northern Lights Christmas Tree Farm, located 15 minutes from town but a lifestyle back in time. Of our 162 acres, approximately 80 are devoted to C...
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Greens Bridge Gardens

Greens Bridge Gardens
3730 Jefferson Scio Drive Southeast
Jefferson, OR
Greens Bridge Gardens was established in 2003 by owners, Jason and Julie Laube.  Greens Bridge Gardens is a seasonal produce stand, open prima...
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Airlie Hills Farm

Airlie Hills Farm
10720 Airlie Road
Monmouth, OR
The pumpkin patch at Airlie Hills Farm has a great variety of pumpkins. Considered one of the premier pumpkin patches in oregon, Airlie Hills Farm ...
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Harvest Festival

Harvest Festival
5504 Hazelgreen Road Northeast
Salem, OR
About: October is Harvestfest month at E.Z. Orchards. Started in 1996 as a way to bring people into closer contact with the fields, orchards and a...
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Fordyce Farm

Fordyce Farm
7023 Sunnyview Road North East
Salem, OR
About Us Fordyce Farm is operated by Raymond and Annette Fordyce and their six children. We love the unusual (pink currants, anyone? Purple beans?...
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E.Z. Orchards Farm Market

E.Z. Orchards Farm Market
5504 Hazel Green Road. NE
Salem, OR
The Pioneers who settled Oregon's Willamette Valley in the 1850's must have marveled at their good fortune. The soil was rich, the water plentiful,...
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Vince Woods Farm

Vince Woods Farm
6435 62nd Avenue NE
Salem, OR
About Us In 1963, Vince Woods started growing pumpkins at his home on Hawthorne Avenue in Salem, Oregon. People came to the door asking to buy the...
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Corn mazes have been around for a long time, but have become increasingly more complex. Seen from the air, they can appear as anything from the logo of a favorite sports team to a whole fantasy picture. Planning the maze is an art itself, as the farmer has to map out the picture on the ground and choose a strong-stalked variety of corn to make it all come to life. There are companies who will professionally design mazes, too.

Most Oregon farms will give you a map to help you find your way, and there are often extra "puzzles" within. If you plan to go, be sure to allot plenty of time and bring along the following supplies:

  • Good walking shoes
  • Water
  • Bug spray and sunscreen
  • A watch [you'll want to know how long it took you!]
  • The right kind of clothing [remember, you're walking through a cornfield]
  • Some mazes are open at night, in which case you'll need a flashlight.

So grab the kids and get ready to "lend an ear" [and your feet] - to the nearest Oregon corn maze.

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