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Our 2021 Corn Maze Visit


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This is one of those home-movie-type posts. It’s just a series of clips welcoming you into our visit to Richardson’s Corn Maze in Spring Grove, IL. It’s on the Reader’s Digest’s 25 Best Corn Mazes in America List this year.

Many farms have cool corn mazes, but not many can live up to the size and detail of the Richardson Adventure Farm Corn Maze! With its 9 – 10 miles of trail winding through 28 acres of live corn, you are in for a challenge and a treat!

The maze is actually created out of 4 smaller mazes. Each one has its own dedicated in and out path. There are multiple checkpoints throughout the maze as well as three bridges that will help you find your bearings while looking at the map.

Finding the checkpoints is the challenge and the way to solve the maze, but if you have had enough and need to get out and get a fresh donut or a cup of hot chocolate for added strength and stamina, you can find your way out in just minutes. There is a perimeter path surrounding the entire maze and there are no dead ends in this maze! And it is completely up to you whether to do one maze or all four!

– Richardson Adventure Farm

Here we are in the maze. Just getting started. The kids had a lot of fun.

This giant hill slide is bigger than it looks. I applaud the kids for going down it. Even if they did hesitate just a bit.

Just a couple of kids messing around a miniature zipline.

Theo’s favorite part of the day had to be this train. Look for his reaction in the middle of the tunnel.

Perfect Midwest day on the hand made barrel swing.

Did someone say Giddy Up!?

We had a fun day at the park and look forward to going again next year. The adventures we had were well worth the price of admission.


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