Families Have Fun Getting Lost at Denver Downs

Families Have Fun Getting Lost at Denver Downs

Denver Downs

Emily Robertson, Staff Writer

ANDERSON — For the past 13 years, the Denver Downs Corn Maze has been a great way to enjoy the fall. The Denver Downs Corn Maze grows the corn in a way to create a design. This year’s design was “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown.”

This is a great opportunity for friends and family to get together and have a fun time.

The idea of the maze is to find 12 signs in numeric order throughout the maze.

At Denver Downs, other activities are available such as the tube slide, corn cannon, spider web, hay rides, and farm animals.

Those who buy a ticket can also purchase pumpkins and concessions. Denver Downs also has a mini gift shop where patronizers can buy jam/jelly, and T-Shirts.

Denver Downs has a haunted house type activity. Families can pay $28 per person for four haunted attractions. A fast pass can be procured for an extra $10.

The corn maze and activities (besides the haunted house) cost $15; however, it is free for any member that is three-years-old or younger. Tickets are sold until one hour before closing. To participate in the corn maze, activities, and haunted attraction, a ticket must be bought for $33..

No coolers or pets are allowed inside the activities, corn maze, and haunted attraction area.

For more information on Denver Downs, visit: http://www.denverdownsfarm.com/wp/.