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Meuer Corn Maze

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Details

Dates Open: September 13-30; October 1-31; November 1-3, 2013
Location:
920-418-2676
meuerfarm@gmail.com
http://www.meuerfarm.com
Meuer Farm
N 2564 Hwy. 151
Chilton 53014
Hours:

Open to the public.
Monday thru Thursday: 1:00pm - 6:00pm (ticket sales end at 5 pm)
Friday: 9:00am - 11:00pm (ticket sales end at 10pm)
Saturday: 10:00am - 11:00pm (ticket sales end at 10pm)
Sunday: 10:00am - 6:00pm (ticket sales end at 5pm)

The closings times of 5:00 pm. and 10:00 pm. are when we stop selling tickets. We are open till EVERYONE is out of the maze. We are open weeknights after 6:00 pm. for groups that want to walk the night time maze. This is by appointment only!

We open Mon-Fri at 9 am for school fieldtrips by appointment.

Admission:

Daylight Maze
$8.00 Ages 12 & up
$5.00 Ages 3-11
FREE Ages 2 & under

Night Time Corn Maze (Glow-stick included with price)
$10.00 Ages 12 & up
$8.00 Ages 3-11
FREE Ages 2 & under

Hayrides - Daylight Only (45 min. long)
$6.00 Ages 12 & up
$4.00 Ages 3-11
FREE Ages 2 & under

Hayride/Corn Maze Daytime Combo
$12.00 Ages 12 & up ($2.00 savings)
$7.00 Ages 3-11 ($2.00 savings)
FREE Ages 2 & under

Remember: All maze, hayride, and combos include free entry to the activity area!

Description:

The cornfield maze is comprised of 10 acres of field. There is one design, that is divided up into 2 separate mazes. A smaller one, phase 1, (3-4 acres) and a larger one, phase 2, (6-7 acres). You cannot cross from one maze to the other, and there are separate entrances and exits for both.

Your admission to the maze includes both phases of the maze along with the activity area. Located throughout the mazes are sign posts numbered 1 thru 10. After you get your maze ticket, you will have your choice of categories with clues. They have questions on them numbered 1 thru 10. You enter the maze and look for the first signpost, face the signpost and answer the question. Getting the answer right will give you the correct way to go.

At dark there is an addition charge for the maze and this includes a 6", 12-hour, glow-stick that we give you to go thru the maze. The glow-stick is yours to keep. We have (Corn Cops) in orange vests and name tags that patrol the maze. If you get lost, need help, or want to get out, you can ask them for help.

For maze weekend specials and announcements about special guest appearances, log on to www.1039WVBO.com or listen to 103.9 WVBO for details and updates.

There is a food-stand here with indoor seating. Brats, hamburgers, hot dogs, pizza, barbecue ribs, Golden Maple Root Beer and other refreshments are available.

The maze and activity area, including the hayrides, are handicap accessible. Service dogs only are allowed, however no other pets are allowed due to the farm animals we have here on the grounds.

You should wear comfortable walking shoes. Remember there are 3 miles of paths in the maze. Preferably an old pair of shoes if it has rained lately. We do mulch the paths with wood chips, but remember you are still walking in a cornfield, not on a sidewalk. There is less or no wind in the maze due to the tall corn. Dress appropriately too!

We also carry pumpkins, acorn and butternut squash, gourds of all shapes, straw bales (small and mini too), corn stalks and ears of Indian corn. Mums, pansies and other fall flowers are offered as well. Everything is on display and for sale in our main building.

General Information

Appropriate For: Everyone - All ages
Scare Factor: None (provided by event)
Accessible: Wheelchair Accessible
Wait Area: No covered waiting area
Event: Outdoor
Organization: Commercial / For Profit

Map & Directions

Directions

Even though our address is Chilton, WI we are actually 10 miles west of Chilton on Hwy. 151, between Appleton and Fond du lac along the east side of Lake Winnebago, about a 1/2 mile North of the Village of Brothertown. Not near Valders. We are located on the east side of the highway and have a long driveway with a large sign by the road!

COMING FROM THE NORTH:

If you are coming from the Fox Cities on Hwy. 55/114. When Hwy. 55 ends at the junction of Highway 151. Take Hwy. 151 towards Fond du Lac. I am only one mile from the Hwy. 55 and Hwy. 151 intersection. On the left side of the road. Coming from Green Bay. Follow Hwy. 57 into Chilton. Take a right onto Hwy. 151 at the first stop and go light in Chilton. Go 9 miles west of Chilton on Hwy. 151. Turn left at the stop sign at the bottom of the big hill. Go one mile, I am on your left. You can come from the north on Hwy. 41 and get off at the Hwy. 55 exit at Kaukauna. Just follow Hwy. 55 thru Kaukauna and go till Hwy. 55 ends.

COMING FROM THE SOUTH:

Follow Hwy. 151 north of Fond du Lac. We are 20 minutes north of Fond du Lac, just 1/2 mile north of Brothertown on the right side of the road.
If you come from Milwaukee, take Hwy. 41 north to Fond du Lac. Get off on the the Hwy. 151 North exit (Exit 95) and go 19 miles. Again I will be on your right just north of Brothertown.

COMING FROM THE EAST:

From Manitowoc, just follow Hwy. 151 thru Chilton and then go 9 miles west of Chilton on Hwy. 151 and turn left at the bottom of the big hill, go one mile and I am on your left.
Coming from Sheboygan, Plymouth or Kiel. Follow Hwy. 57 to New Holstein. Take county road H west out of new Holstein towards Brothertown, (11 miles). When you come to the stop sign in Brothertown, turn right onto Hwy. 151. Go 1/2 mile and I am on your right.

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