Lots of fun for young and old. Besides the corn maze, there's also a special haunted house feature done by the local Red Cross as well as a rope maze, duck races, washer toss game, puzzle mazes, and the barnyard adventure area.
It had rained earlier in the afternoon, so we were a little late getting there. You really should allow at least a couple of hours to complete the maze and play some of the other games, especially if you have younger children with you, as we did!
Rainbow over the Bay of Fundy near Wolfville.
Noggins Farm Corn Maze
The pumpkin house.
Admission is $10 for adults during the weekend, and $7 during the week. You can find the hours and rates listed here... Noggins Farm
Lots of other activities besides the maze.
Our son-in-law Justin is king of the castle!
Grandson Cameron loved these slides.
The Bishop family has been running this farm since before Canada was a country! The family began farming here in 1760, and it has been handed down through the generations. Their specialty is apples, which grow in abundance here in the Annapolis Valley, but they also do dairy cattle. It's the corn from the maze that is eventually used as feed for the cattle.
This year's maze was designed as a Roman gladiator and chariot!
Each spring, a specialized GPS system is brought in and eight and a half acres of corn is planted in the design of a maze. A very complicated maze! This maze is amazing!
As seen from the air. (Photo from the Noggins Farm website)
Ready? Let's go!
Inside the maze, searching for clues.
Ruth, at one of the clue stands.
The clues were all about ancient Rome.
We made it out!
Unfortunately, we didn't allow ourselves enough time to finish the puzzle. The sun was starting to go down. But we had fun anyhow, and it was especially interesting because we had never been to a corn maze and didn't realize how complicated they had become! Neat stuff.
Oh, we'll leave you with a pic of us about to enter the haunted house. We all put on our best spooky face, including Cameron!
Too funny. The look on Cameron's face cracks me up!