Can I just show up and buy my ticket at the gate?
Typically we sell out, so tickets are not available at the gate. We recommend that tickets be purchased in advance online. Tickets are valid for a particular date. If we do not sell out, then tickets will be offered at the gate.
How much do the Apple Blasters and the O.K. Corral cost?
A small bucket of 5 apples is $6 and a large basket of 10 apples is $10. The O.K. Corral costs $5 for a 5-minute session.
What is the O.K. Corral?
The O.K. Corral is a 100-foot square netted area where you use modified paint ball guns to shoot soft foam balls at each other with large round hay bales to hide behind. To play in the O.K. Corral, you must be 48 inches or more in height.
Can I bring my dog?
Only service dogs are allowed beyond the entrance gate, no exceptions. Emotional support animals are not allowed. You are welcome to walk your friendly leashed dog in the parking lot.
Can I smoke or vape?
No, Sauchuk's Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch is a smoke-free property.
Can I take a stroller or wheelchair in the maze?
Strollers and wheelchairs are welcome in the maze, but due to the soft and uneven ground surface, they may not work well unless they have bicycle wheel tires. You are not required to climb a bridge to successfully navigate through the corn maze.
How long does it take to go through the maze?
The length of time required varies greatly, but the average time to go through Phase 1 is about 45 minutes. There are no refreshments or toilets within the maze. Phase 2 can be completed in about 15 minutes.
What about restrooms and diaper changing?
We have 15 portable restrooms on site with 3 handwashing stations. We also have a separate building, called the Nest in the Kiddie Corral play area, which includes two diaper changing stations and 2 nursing stations.
What if I get lost?
We hope so! It’s designed to be that way. While everyone does get lost to different degrees, we have designed the maze to be an interactive activity that makes a trip inside the maze more than just a walk through some corn. Uniformed corn cops are located throughout the maze to help guide you, if you want, or to escort you out quickly if the need arises.
What should I wear?
Be prepared for cool weather. We recommend wearing closed-toe shoes, boots, or sneakers. The ground may be dusty or muddy depending on whether we've had any rain recently. Also, the ground may be rough and uneven. Remember that you will be on an operating farm and should should dress appropriately for the best experience.
What if it rains?
If we close due to weather, then you will be completely refunded. We typically close due to moderate or heavy consistent rain, but not for intermittent showers or drizzle. All activities can continue during light showers or drizzle, except possibly the jumping pillows which may become slippery and dangerous. If we are open and you choose not to come because of the weather, you will not be refunded. Complete details are here.
How do I know if you are closed due to weather?
We will post the closure in several places, including the home page of this website, Facebook, and a pre-recorded phone message (781-585-1522, Ext. 1, 1--Corn Maze, Current Conditions). We also have the ability to email everyone that has purchased tickets online to notify of the closure. These posts and notifications will typically be made before 7 am the day of the event.
Do you sell food and drinks?
Yes, we have many options for lunch-type food, snacks, sweets, and drinks. Complete details are here.
What forms of payment do you accept?
We accept cash and all major credit/debit cards (Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover) as well as NFC (contactless) payments, such as Apple Pay. We do NOT accept personal checks.
How do you make the maze?
In June, we plant a solid block of corn. Then a month later, our partners at the world's largest maze company (The Maize, Inc.) come in and cut it for us in the design that we specify. Exactly how they do it, we can't say, but the results are amazing!