2012 Corn Maze, Pumpkin Patch & HARVEST OF TERROR opens Sept. 29
It's sure to be the hottest ticket in Pierce County as this year's corn maze design at Maris Farms presents a stunning tribute to your local firefighters. And the scare crew is back in force with a trio of haunts that'll fan your flames of fear with the all new Harvest of Terror (The Haunted Woods, The Reaping and The Monster Safari).
Now in its 13th season at the quaint and historic dairy farm location, Maris Farms has been drawing thousands of folks to its Buckley destination, providing entertainment for every age group and serving as a tradition for Puget Sound families. Fall attractions featured (besides the maze and Harvest of Terror) include: Zip Lines, Tractor Tire Mountain, Pumpkin Patch, Pig Races (with an all new track and bleachers), tractor rides around the pumpkin patch, monster truck rides, pony rides, a thrilling Courtyard full of activities for children, Pedal Cart Racing for children and adults, our destruction zone featuring corn and pumpkin shooters... and more!
It's good, wholesome, value-driven family entertainment, as well as a delight for those seeking a thrilling and scary haunted adventure.
What's New this Year?
It’s always interesting to see what Maris Farms comes up with that’s new and exciting and 2012 is no exception! During your visit, you can test your will on the new zip lines, go climb the tractor tire mountain inside the kids’ courtyard or enjoy a safari shooting experience – both day and night – that is sure to capture that “thrill-seeker” inside of you. The safari (“Monster Safari” at night) features a ¾-mile ride through the woods inside a blacked out school bus custom designed and mounted with 40 paintball guns to help you shoot your way back to civilization, lest you become one of the walking dead that lurks the trails!
And What's Back?
The Pedal Cart Track featuring pedal cart racing for kids and adults – BunnyVille exhibit – a new and improved pig race track with bleachers - a Pumpkin-Purchase-Only entry option - More rain-proof areas to sit and enjoy the farm - Exciting Monster Truck Rides - 60' tube slides - Jump Pillow - Good Farm Food - Lots of Pumpkins — Corn Shooting and Pumpkin Blasting in the Destruction Zone — Black Mamba in the Kid's Courtyard — Pony Rides – Fun and Magic with Matthew Van Zee - an awesome tractor ride around the Patch and that tasty Roasted Corn!
Don't Even Think of Missing:
The Triple Pig Crown pig racing series benefiting local charities. First leg – The PigTucky Derby – is Sunday, Oct. 7 at 2 pm. Find out all the latest Hog Gossip and check out this year’s line-up by clicking on the icon below.