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Stuckey Farms

Stuckey Farms
19975 Hamilton Boone Road
Sheridan, IN
Whether you're looking for Indiana's tastiest apples and cider, or simply a quiet place to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday lif...
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Smith Family Farms

Smith Family Farms
7055 West 675 South
Pendleton, IN
Mission: Smith Family Farm's mission is to educate people about Indiana agriculture an offer quality consumer products. For their efforts, Neal an...
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Piney Acres Farm

Piney Acres Farm
1115 East 1000 North
Fortville, IN
About Us: In 1999, Rex and Janice Zenor, purchased the land that is now known to so many as Piney Acres Farm. Rex had always been fond of tree far...
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Poppin Corn Maze at S&H Campground

Poppin Corn Maze at S&H Campground
2573 West 100 North
Greenfield, IN
About Us: Mazes have been around for a very long time. Hedge mazes have been popular in Europe for hundreds of years. The American Indians used to...
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Lark Ranch

Lark Ranch
1611 North Meridian Road
Greenfield, IN
About Us:Lark Ranch is a 600 acre ranch owned and operated by Indianapolis attorney Matt Lark, who practices law on Monument Circle, Indianapolis, ...
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Hogan Farms Pumpkin Patch And Corn Maze

Hogan Farms Pumpkin Patch And Corn Maze
8900 E County Road 1000 N
Brownsburg, IN
About Us A pumpkin waiting for harvest started as a seed; our community's the same. We're planting the seed of brighter tomorrows today. Hogan Far...
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Kelsay Farms

Kelsay Farms
6848 North County Road 250 East
Whiteland, IN
History: Located where rural farm scenes and suburban sprawl collide, Kelsay Farms, LLC is a sixth generation dairy and crop farm. Originally land...
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Beasley's Orchard and Gardens

Beasley's Orchard and Gardens
2304 East Main Street
Danville, IN
Our History Beasley's Orchard began in 1946 when Milton and Irene Beasley purchased the farm. They raised livestock (hogs, cattle and chickens) an...
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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 Indiana 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 Indiana corn maze.

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