We have been farming for over 30 years producing food and fiber. The newest addition to our farming took place in 2000. We are the home of “The Louisiana Maze”. In the fall of 2000, we planted South Louisiana’s first corn maze. It was in the shape of a giant crawfish with the words, “LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL” in it.
Our mazes are open to both the general public and to class field trips. We offer an AITC (ag in the classroom) program to all of our school children. This brings them a little closer to learning where their food comes from. Here everyone can learn about agriculture first hand while at the same time having fun navigating through the twists and turns of the maze trying to find the one and only exit. We also have added attractions outside of our mazes which are both educational and fun. You can see what some of these added attractions are by continuing on this site. Never before have we had so much fun with so many people who come out to our mazes.
Some folks suggested aliens helped us by lasering the corn down, cutting the pathways. We sure wish it had been that easy!
Yes, you need to bring a flashlight because the maize pathways are not lit up at night.
We do sell glow sticks at the maize.
Because smoking in the maize is a fire hazard and a fire marshal would shut us down if we let people smoke in the maze.
Because this is an alcohol-free event. Folks, you need all of your full senses to go through the maize!
No, we will have corn cops stationed in the maize. They are instructed not to help, but when
you say "I GIVE UP", then they will show you the right way to continue on through the maize.
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