Feel the rhythm, feel the rhyme, come on everyone, it’s CORN MAZE TIME!! Seeking a challenging fun way for your group to spend time together? A team-building outing? Your group can become become corn maze conquerors by finding all of the clues hidden in the Music Maze. Some groups come for a casual outing with a wagon ride, camp fire and a sunny stroll through the maze. Other groups challenge each other to a race to see who will be the first team to gather all the etchings and beat a trail out of the maze.
Participants often split into teams of 4-6. Each group receives a map, and tools to record their clues. When a group nears the exit, they can ring the bell of victory to let everyone know they are Corn Maze Conqueres!
GROUP DISCOUNT – Groups of 20 or more receive $1 off the maze wristband price per person. The Music Maze is $10 per ticket, $9 with the group rate. The Courtyard Combo for young kids is $10, (discount has already applied). The wagon ride is $3 per ticket (age 3 and under free) or $100 per hour. We can give a maximum of 100 people per hour a wagon ride, and each passenger gets to pick a yummy apple. Approximately 20 people can sit around a camp fire ring, priced at $50 for 2 hours. A s’more kit – $15 – feeds about 20 and includes everything you need.
STUDENT GROUPS – children and students who are normally very well behaved can sometimes become a extra excited when they go to Lynd’s Corn Maze with all of their friends. We ask that an adult chaperone walk through the maze with each group to help ensure that rules are followed, and to promote the safety and overall joy of all in attendance. Please read the rules below to your young ‘uns. We will provide one free adult entry for every 5 students as long as they are going into the maze in the capacity of chaperoning.
CORPORATE FAMILY OUTINGS – If a corporate group is enjoying an outing with family members included, we have a complete offering of kids’ activities including the Barrel Train, Mini Maze, Bounce Houses and more!
Additional games that challenge agility and intelligence can add to the fun for groups that want more than the basic Corn Maze Challenge. Challenge games, a wagon ride, apple picking, and campfires can enhance the delightfulness of your fall adventure. Challenge games are facilitated by our own Maze Staff Leader, and all supplies are provided. Challenge games are $50 per half hour and can be reserved for 30, 60, or 90 minutes (the amount of time needed is affected by the size of the group). The games are done before dark, however the Music Maze is open at night.
To schedule a Group Event, or make an inquiry, complete the Group Reservation Form by clicking on the GREEN BUTTON below!
Tips for group leaders:
Wearing the right attire is important. Good walking shoes appropriate for dewy dirt paths are a must. Students sometimes forget to wear warm clothing, so a reminder can be helpful.
Food – Delicious food is available on site (think hot cider, hamburgers, fries and kettle corn) or you are welcome to bring your own (no alcohol). Corporate groups can have a meal prepared especially for their group by contacting one of our vendors.
Hart’s Hot Food offers hamburgers, hotdogs and more. Contact Craig Hart to obtain group pricing and set up catered meals for your group: 440-477-6999.
Over the years group organizers have creatively amped up the fun by equipping teams to make their own team t-shirts prior to Maze Day, bringing colored bandanas for each team to wear, bringing beads and prizes for members of the top team, or giving Lynd Farm Market gift cards to employees so they can take home juicy apples and delicious treats to share with their families.
To plan a Group Challenge or Corporate Family Day, send an email to Cornmaze1@live.com or simply click the reservation button. Be sure to include: desired date, back up rain date, number of people 13 through adult, number of children age 4-12 (an estimate is fine), and the activities you would like to do. Email inquiries are answered Monday through Thursday.
Important – Please provide these rules to your participants prior to your visit to ensure a great experience.
Rules of the Maze of Spies:
- No running in the maze – otherwise the enemy may hear you.
- No foul language – remember this is the 1780’s. Try saying “zounds” or “bugger” if things aren’t going your way. And when you do find a clue, celebrate with a “huzzah!”
- Do not pick the corn or pick up an ear on the ground. Do not throw corn. We save it for the General’s horses.
- Stay on the path roped with twine. Do not go under the rope or cut through the corn.
Questions? Contact Amy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The biggest Ooops made by groups? Arriving too late in the evening. Remember, some of your participants will be running late, you may have to stand in line for a few minutes to get your wristbands, and the maze itself takes a good hour. So be happy and plan plenty of extra time so you can get some hot cider and kettle corn, and enjoy a campfire after your hard working competitors have found all their clues!