Engwall’s Corn Maze Ready to Open
The Sixth Annual Event Looks to Bring in Thousands Over Seven Weekends
Hundreds of Northlanders will be trying to find their way out of a spooky situation this weekend.
The sixth annual Engwall’s Corn Maze opens up tomorrow.
Staff over at Engwall’s is finishing a few final tasks on the corn maze checklist, but say overall they’re ready and excited for another great year.
Signs have been put back up, the mini maze is ready to be explored, and the old tractor is fueled up for hay rides.
This year, maze goers have the chance to play new games, fire off the corn cannon, and navigate their way through a newly designed, two mile trail.
Rod Saline, Engwall’s General Manage said, “For the next seven weekends, we’re open Saturday’s and Sunday’s and there are always just some great fall weekends to come and play in the maze!”
Engwall’s had donated nearly $30,000 dollars to Northland organizations over six years. One dollar from each ticket will be donated again this year.
The maze is only open on Saturday’s and Sunday’s from 10a.m. until 6p.m., and tickets range from seven to eight dollars.