Heidi's Farmstand & Bakery
(616) 897-6707
11999 Cascade Rd. Lowell MI
info@heidisfarmstand.com



2016 Corn Maze - The Little Engine That Could

Heidi's 2016 Corn Maze - The Little Engine That Could
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Heidi's Corn Maze is 10 acres in size and contains two mazes for different challenge levels. The Large Maze is the train engine and two cars and takes 45 minutes to walk thru and up to 1.5 hours to complete the accompanying (optional) game. The Children's Maze is the caboose of the train and is designed for children to complete in 15-20 minutes.

Large Maze Game
One day a happy little train is carrying wonderful things for little boys and girls on the other side of the mountain - toy animals, dolls, toy engines, airplanes, puzzles, books, and all sorts of good things to eat. But when the little train stops with a jerk, who will pull the train over the mountain?
 
The 5 train engines from the story are hidden in the maze. Find all 5 train engines to complete the punch card & win a free 8 oz. Cider Slushy!
 
*Bonus: Also find the 3 train cars that the train is hauling over the mountain & upgrade to a 12 oz. Cider Slushy!

Children's Maze Activity - Farm Scene Tracks

Help solve the mystery! Farmer Joe's pie is missing. We need you to find out who dunit. Six of the animals took off through the corn maze with stolen pie. Was it the llama, the horse, or the pig? Navigate through the cornmaze to find all the tracks, then match up the prints to all the animals who are guilty of pie thievery. Solve the mystery and earn an FSI badge.

Cost

$6.00 per Adult
$4.50 per Child (ages 3-13)
$25.00 per Family

Children under 3 are free.  Parents are free with their children in the Children's Maze.

Corn maze sign at NightThe Maze "After Dark"

The corn maze will be open every Friday and Saturday night in October. You can enter the maze until 9 pm. Doing the maze during the day is a lot of fun, but going through it at night adds a whole new element to the fun! Our maze is family friendly so there is nothing "haunted" about our night maze. Bring a flashlight and enjoy the challenge!

Corn Maze Rules
• Stay on paths - don't cut through the corn
• No picking corn
• No throwing corn
• No alcohol or smoking
• No littering
• No bad or foul language
• No pets

Other Instructions

Wear clothing appropriate for the weather and activities. Wear long pants and a coat if necessary. Keep in mind that you will be walking through a field so wear comfortable walking shoes - not flip-flops, crocs, or other open-toe shoes.

Parking

Before entering the maze, please park in the indicated grass parking area and leave the gravel drive in front of the market available.

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A look back at the previous corn mazes at Heidi's...
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2015 - Three Billy Goats Gruff

Heidi's 2015 Corn Maze "Three Billy Goats Gruff"

2014 - Charlotte's Web - Late November 2014
Link to google map image
2014 "Charlottes Web" Cornmaze

2013 - The Three Little Pigs - 2013 Google View
2013 "The three Little Pigs" Corn Maze

2012 - The Cow Jumped over the Moon
2012 "The Cow Jumped over the Moon"

2011 - Old  Mcdonalds Farm - bing map image2013 "Old McDonalds Farm"

2010 - Who Cried for Pie - Google earth image
2010 "Who Cried for Pie"

2009 - The Little Red Hen - Google Earth image
2009 "The Litte Red Hen"

2008 - The Pumpkin Vine - We did not take an overhead image in 2008. This is from google earth.
2008 "The Pumpkin Vine"

2007 - "Heidi's Stand" - second corn maze
2007 "Heidis Stand"