If you don’t see what you are looking for, write us an email, send us a message on Facebook, or just give us a call. You can also check our Maze Rules.
Do you sell food at the maze?
We offer a wide variety of low-cost food items and drinks in our concession stand. Check the menu for prices.
Can we bring our own food and drinks?
Yes. You are allowed to bring your own food and drinks (alcohol is prohibited) to the maze. You may want to bring bottled water. We do not have any water fountains on the premises; however, we do sell bottled water in the concession stand
What should I wear to the maze?
Remember, this is an all outdoor activity on a farm. Dress accordingly. You’ll want to make sure you have on good walking shoes. Sunscreen or hats are also recommended.
Do I have to pay admission if I don’t want to walk through the maze?
Yes. The admission is for the grounds. Whether you walk the maze or not is your choice.
Are there refunds if guests have to leave due to rain?
No. We suggest you call ahead of your visit to determine the weather at the maze before you make a long drive.
Are you closed if it has rained?
It depends. If the paths are walkable, we will be open for business. We will have to close though if it is rainy and continues to rain. We will announce any closures on our blog and on our Facebook page.
When are reservations required to visit the maze?
All field trips are required to make reservations as are all boy/girl scout groups. Any other groups of 20 or more people will receive discounted admission only if reservations are made.
Is smoking allowed?
No. We are a family-oriented business and appreciate your restraint from smoking. Furthermore, we have lots of structures and areas that could easily catch fire.
Is the maze haunted?
No it is not, but it is a little eerie at night. However, we do have a separate haunted trail through the corn on Friday and Saturday nights in October.
How big is the maze?
Our maze is 8 acres of corn planted in double rows.
How do you make the maze?
A computerized program creates the maze design. The design is then separated into several sections and plotted on grids. Each section is then marked within the actual maze. How the design is actually cut out, though, is our secret.
Will I get lost?
We hope so! After all, it is a maze. But, if you get too terribly mixed up, our “Corn Cops” will assist you in the right direction.
Is the maze lit at night?
No. You may want to bring a flashlight to help you find your way, or we have glow sticks for purchase. However, the grounds at Rocky Creek Maze are lit.
How long does it take to walk the maze?
It all depends on how fast you walk! On average, it takes about 30-45 minutes to complete the maze. However, we have seen folks make it out in 15 minutes and some in 90 minutes.