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Event Profile : Missouri    >> Schuck's Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch
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“A corn maze is such a family-friendly destination. You can spend as much time as you like at the facility, go at your own pace, and enjoy the country. People will be able to challenge themselves this fall to navigating all three trails in the main maze, or just watch the kids have fun in the Mini Maze or on Hay Mountain,” said Kevin Scharig

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20156 Highway 291
Pleasant Hill, Missouri, 64081

Contact Phone : 816-335-4014
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Welcome to Shuck’s Family Fun Farm, where getting lost has never been more fun! Located in Cass County, we are a small family farm offering activities and adventure for the whole family, and a premier destination for corn maze fun in the Kansas City area. Our corn maze is a 14-acre cornfield that will challenge you to find your way out. There are actually 2 mazes located within the one maze, with different levels of difficulties. If the big maze is not quite for you, try our smaller 2-acre maze we call LiL Shuck’s maze. It will be much easier, especially for small children. We also offer many other activities for the whole family such as: Barrel Train ride - Kids and grown ups love taking rides in our barrel train. Corn Cannon - Shoot ears of corn up to 200 feet. Corn Crib- Children love to play in our corn crib. It’s like a large sand box, only it’s filled with corn. Hay Mountains - Climb to the top of hay mountain and be king of the world. Zipline - Zip down our 150 foot long zipline (110 lb. weight limit). Hay rides - Tractor-pulled hay rides. Steer Roping - Try your skills at roping our steer heads. Pumpkins - We offer a variety of pumpkins from large to small, from traditional pumpkins to exotic strange-looking ones. Hay Jump - Jump in our big pile of hay. Hop a Long Rodeo 2 new self-serve zip lines Outdoor Laser Tag The main maze occupies 12 acres of the property. Living cornstalks, which at a mature height reach 10 to 12 feet, create walls along three separate winding pathways that depict an American flag with an eagle, and the words “In God We Trust”. This pattern was cut in late June using a small tractor and Global Positioning System. An average journey will take as little as 30 minutes to complete one maze trail, or as long as 60-90 minutes for all three pathways. A smaller labyrinth will be created on three acres for children, called Lil’ Shucks Mini Maze. In addition to the corn mazes, Shuck’s Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch will have a wide variety of activities that is included in one general admission price: Hay Mountain, a youth fun zone with Hay Jump, hay rides, zip lines, corn crib, steer roping challenge, and pumpkin throwing. Grounds access is free all season to encourage families and groups to have picnics, browse the pumpkin patch and take autumn photographs


Daytime Activities included with paid General Admission: Corn Maze, Unlimited Barrel Train Rides, Unlimited Zip Line Rides (110 lb. weight limit), Unlimited Hay Rides, Corn Box, Hay Mountain, Hay Jump, Steer Roping, Farm Animals, and 1 Game of Outdoor Laser Tag (additional games available for $4.00 per game). Flash Lite Nites include : Corn Maze and Hay Rides only. Daytime activities close at 6:00 pm, except Hay rides ! Additional cost: Corn Cannon - 9 shots = $3.00. Pumpkins - sold by size Concessions - Gourmet Hot Chocolate, Apple Cider, Coffee, Hot Dogs, Nacho Cheese Chips, Gourmet Kettle Corn, Hamburgers Additional Laser Tag games = $4.00 Field Trip = $6.50 per student and adults. Teachers and bus drivers free. See Field Trip page for more info. (20 Student Minimum) RESTRICTIONS: All children 12 and under need to be accompanied by an adult. No dropoffs. No Pets. Please, No Dogs Allowed. No food or beverage allowed inside farm. (You can bring bottled water, but not in a cooler.) Absolutely No Alchohol Allowed. All Smoking is prohibited in and around the maze and on hayrides Individuals damaging corn or acting in an unsafe manner will be required to leave premise.


General Admission is $11.00 for everyone 3 and over; free for children 2 and under, and includes access to the large and mini Mazes and main courtyard activities (hay ride, Hay Jump, zip line, corn crib and steer roping). Senior admission is $8.00 (65 years and older) and Military/Civil Service admission (including law enforcement and medical personnel) is $9.00 with valid identification. Additional fees apply for other activities, such as nine shots on the Corn Cannon for $3.00, and rides on the Barrel Train for $1.00 per person. Concession items and pumpkins from the pumpkin patch will be priced separately. Group rates are available for any group 15 and larger. Field trips will be scheduled weekdays from 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. beginning as early as Labor Day, Sept. 7. Each educational field trip will last about two and a half hours and admission through the corn maze, visit to the pumpkin patch and grounds access to other activities. Hands-on educational teaching is provided by Angie Scharig, who has an M. S. degree in Elementary Education (teaching activities meet the Missouri State and Kansas State Performance Standards). And, each visitor with a field trip receives a free pass to come back another time. Field trips are priced at $6.50 per child; teachers and bus drivers are free. There were over 600 mazes in North America last year, typically created with corn or hay bales, and 40 mazes in Missouri (according to The MAiZE will cut eight mazes across the state in 2009, and five in Kansas. Since they are living agritourism venues, corn mazes and pumpkin patches are seasonal and close when the plants turn brown, or crops are harvested. Shuck’s Family Fun Farm - Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch - will close Saturday, October 31. Maze Contact Information Corn Maze Address: 20156 S. State 291 Hwy. Pleasant Hill , Mo. 64081 Mailing Address: 17201 E. 40 Hwy. Independence, Mo. 64055 Hot line: 816-335-4014 Field Trip and Group Reservation: 816-204-7035

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