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Meuer Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch

 
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Scare Factor
Not Scary at All
Appropriate For
All Ages
Organization Type
Commercial / For Profit
Listing Categories
Pumpkin Patches, Hay Rides (Kid Friendly), Mazes / Corn Mazes (Kid Friendly)
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Outdoor Event(s), Touching Not Allowed, Free Parking
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Corn Maze Season is our busiest time of year! People just can't wait to enjoy the adventure of "getting lost" in our corn maze and enjoying the other activities we offer. Our planning efforts start as early as February each year. There is planning of the overall maze design; coordination of the paths layout; planting of the corn field; and the cutting of the paths in the corn field that all happen before the middle of June. Then, in August, we rally the troops to cover the maze paths in mulch and shear the corn leaves that cover the paths. All the work is done in time to share our corn maze with you in September! All this makes our maze one of the best in WI!!!

Our Fall Fun includes activities for people of all ages. Our Hayrides are 45 minute rides along over 2 miles of trails at the back of our farm. Our hayrides run 7 days a week during the fall and are open by appointment during other times of the year. These hayrides are educational and offer you more information about the Brothertown Creek; our herd of beef cattle; black walnut trees and much more. The fall colors are spectacular!

There is an Activity Area for kids of all ages to enjoy. The 80' tube slide, Duck Races, Corn Box, Straw Fort and Animal Area offer much to enjoy. And let's not forget the Corn Cannons!

The Pick Your Own Pumpkin Patch has more pumpkins than we can count! The pumpkin patch is located at the bottom of the Tube Slide. Slide down, stand up, walk into the Patch. We also convert our Berry Tram into our Pumpkin Tram for the fall so you can take a ride to the Patch. Big pumpkins, little pumpkins, pumpkins that can only be removed with help. Orange, white and blue. Gourds, acorn squash and butternut squash. Walk through the Pumpkin Patch to pick them out or stop by our Main Activity Building where you'll find many of them on display

Walk along the guitar bridge, get lost in time and spend the day having fun. We're honoring the anniversary of an iconic 1980s movie. Email Haunt Owner
 
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Even though our address is Chilton, WI. we are actually 10 miles west of Chilton on Hwy. 151, about 1/2 mile north of Brothertown (See map below), along the eastern shore of Lake Winnebago. We are located on the east side of the highway and have a long driveway with a large sign by the road!

Recent Reviews

  • great fun

    The very best corn maze I have even been too! Everyone that works there is very friendly. The hayrides are worth the value 45 min and you get to learn more about the farm and see an awesome sunset. Very good value! DONT FORGET A BAG OF KETTLE CORN!

    Posted 12/27/14

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