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While apple and pumpkin picking may be the most popular farm activities in fall in Indiana, many Northside residents flock to the countryside to check out some of the great corn mazes in rural Indiana. Corn mazes are exactly what they sound like. Paths are carved out of cornfields with the sole intention of challenging visitors. Some of the spookier corn mazes, however, are designed to scare visitors. Northside residents are fortunate because there are many great corn mazes nearby.
For 2016, Hogan Farms has a corn maze with a design that celebrates the 2016 Presidential Election. Admission to this great corn maze is just $8.00. In the maze, participants will be challenged with trivia questions. This maze is opening on September 19th, and it will be open all the way until Halloween. Later in the fall, Hogan Farms will make the maze “haunted.” Anyone interested in going to the maze when it is “haunted” should check out Hogan Farms’ website later in the fall season for information. Hogan Farms is located at 8900 East County Road 1000 North. It is open between 2:00pm and 6:00pm Tuesdays through Thursdays and between 10:00am and 6:00pm Fridays through Sundays.
The Agrimaze is Tuttle Orchard’s very own four-acre corn maze. While four acres may seem intimidating, it only takes about 20 or 30 minutes to complete this maze. Admission to this maze is just $5.00. However, visitors might want to consider one of Tuttle Orchard’s combination pack tickets for other activities like the hayride and Tractor Town Adventure Farm. Tuttle Orchards is located at 5717 North 300 West. This maze is just southeast of McCordsville and northeast of Mount Comfort Airport.
Pine Acres Farm
Pine Acres Farm opens its doors for the fall season on Saturday, September 24th, at 10:00am. It has a corn maze along with a number of other great activities including a hayride, a rock wall and pumpkin bowling. The maze costs $9.00 for visitors at least 12 years of age. Kids under 12 years of age costs $8.00 while children under the age of two are free. Families should also consider purchasing the Corn Maze Hayride Combo. For just a couple of extra dollars, visitors get to take a ride on Pine Acres Farm’s hayride. Braver visitors should consider the Haunted Corn Maze. Tickets to the Haunted Corn Maze can be purchased online at www.indyhauntedloft.com for a $2.00 discount. Otherwise, admission for this corn maze is $15.00. Pine Acres Farm is located in Fortville at 1115 East 1000 North. Its fall season is between September 24th and October 31st. During its fall season, it will be open between noon and 6:00pm on Sundays and weekdays except Fridays. On Fridays, it opens at noon and stays open until 10:00pm. On Saturdays, it opens at 10:00am, and it closes at 10:00pm.
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