A Mazing Experience

This is our 16th year of designing and creating our corn maze.

We don’t want the maze to be too easy, so every year, it changes. This winter we have tried to meet the challenge again to create the most unique maze we can think of.

Cricklewood Farm beckons newcomers and veterans alike to take the challenge. Detailed information  for groups about booking, policies and pricing is contained on the tour forms.  School tours can be booked for a half day or full day – check them out here.

To ensure everyone has a good time a few basic rules must be followed –

No Smoking                                     No Alcohol                No running
No cutting through the corn                              No throwing corn

Sturdy strollers are able to maneuver through the maze, especially those with large wheels, whereas small umbrella strollers may experience problems.For groups, please use our Group Booking Form to register your visit.

Maze Rates and the booking form for groups can be found by clicking here.

In 2017, we will be working to help support the Primrose Donkey Sanctuary in Northumberland County.  Why not come out for some fun, explore, and possibly get lost!!

(Your social organization can apply to get on our fundraising list using this link.)

In 2016,  we worked with Big Brothers Big Sisters Northumberland and a portion of our maze sales went to this worthwhile organization.

 

  Twilight Walk Days

Maze Twilight Walks, October 14, 21, 28 – last walk through the maze is at 8:30pm on specific Saturdays only.

Please confirm  exact times and dates on our Hours of Operation Page  under October before finalizing your plans! Thank you!

Please bring your flashlights!

Note: Prices and times are subject to change.    

 

View ALL of our previous mazes on our photo gallery!

Our Corn Maze & Scarecrows Through the Years on YouTube