2017 Corn Maze - Indiana Trees (Pictured above: Aerial View of our Corn Maze!)
Check out the list of past mazes: 1999 - Cinderella's Pumpkin Coach; 2000 - McBaird's Farm; 2001 - Harvest Scarecrow; 2002 - Cornucopia; 2003 - United States of America; 2004 - Statue of Liberty; 2005 - American Eagle; 2006 - Covered Wagon, 2007 - Beck's Mill, 2008 - Anniversary Cake, 2009 - Symbols of Indiana, 2010 - Butterflies, 2011 - The Liberty Bell, 2012 - Combine and 2013 - Pumpkins, Salem & Washington County Bicentennial - 2014. Barn Quilt - 2015, Indiana Bicentennial -2016,
2017 Soybean Maze - Farm Dog (Pictured above: Aerial view of our Soybean Maze!)
Our Soybean Maze is especially for the younger crowd and those who are intimidated by the tall corn maze. Past designs: 2004 - barn; 2005 – tractor; 2006 – cowboy hat and boots; 2007 – Ear of corn and 2008 – Michael’s Sports; 2009 – Honey Bee Hive; 2010 – Goat Barn, 2011 - Dairy Cow, 2012 - Sunflower, 2013 - Tractor, 2014 - Draft Horses, 2015 - Chicken Maze - 2016,
Giant Hillside Slide:
Coast down eighty feet of fun; our slide is enjoyed by all. Made of plastic from recycled milk jugs, the slide is built on a hill but is only about waist high.
Terrific Tunnel Slide:
Slip down this enclosed slide and land on the bottom mattress.
Goats, calves, pigs, sheep, chickens, and more live here on the farm. Spend some time petting and feeding these friendly animals. Be a visitor during late afternoon, and you might even get to bottle feed a baby calf.
Super Straw House:
Made from 3' x 8' bales of straw, kids enjoy climbing around, in, and over these super size bales.
U-Pick Pumpkin Patch & Wagon Rides:
Visitors may ride in the tractor-drawn wagon to the pumpkin patch to select their own pumpkins during normal business hours. Wagon rides are included in general admission or cost is $1.00 per person for the ride. Pumpkins are weighed and priced by the pound.
Observation Bee Hive:
Located inside the Pumpkin Shed, visitors may watch honey bees in action. Try to find the queen bee and watch the worker bees bring pollen and nectar back to the hive.
Cornucopia Carpet Ball:
Spend time on this quick action game involving pool balls, a long box, and a friend.
Milk a "Cow":
Meet our "cows" and try a hand at milking them. You don't have to worry, they won't kick and they don't moo!
Corn Crib Fun:
Dig in the corn and haul it to market in our kid's size corn box!
Little Farmers Play Area:
Located inside the Pumpkin Shed, this is for small children to play at a kid size table. There is also a kid size slide and swing set located outside.
Weather conditions permitting, Cornucopia Farm has campfire sites available for rental. Bring your own marshmallows! Please provide 24 hour advance notice.
Picnic tables are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
All ages can ride these trikes around the yellow track!
Try our Hoosier-style "farm horse shoes." We are a member of the American Corn Hole Association.
Have a splashing good time racing your duck down the water filled trough. Use some arm pumping action for competing for your best time or against your friends!