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 !
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)
All children 12 and under need to be accompanied by an adult. No dropoffs.
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 www.pumpkinpatchesandmore.org). 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
17201 E. 40 Hwy.
Independence, Mo. 64055
Field Trip and Group Reservation: