How big is the maze?
The corn maze spans over 12 acres! One of the biggest if not the biggest in the state.
What age will most enjoy Tweite’s Corn Maze?
One of the great things about our corn maze is the fact that it offers something for everyone. From youngsters, all the way up to grandma and grandpa, our goal is to make sure everyone leaves with memories that will last a lifetime.
How long does it take to get through the maze?
Depending on how many of the games you play (because there are 5) you could range from 30 minutes to 2 hrs plus.
Will I get lost?
Yes, 99% of all maze adventurers will surely get lost. It is where getting lost means finding fun. We have designed the maze to be an interactive activity that makes a trip inside the maze more than just a walk through the corn. At the beginning of your visit you will receive a game card (it holds all the games in the maze) which also has an secret map that can only be visible withMAIZE-O-VISION secret decoder glasses. There are special stations throughout the maze that you can view the map without purchasing the glasses. If you get really lost you can always call the Maze Masters Hotline and someone will come and help you find your way out of the maze.
How do you make the maze?
It takes a lot of time and patience. Our particular process of making the maze is a trade secret, but we can tell you that we plant the whole field in May and then cut out the design when the corn plants are still fairly short. The design and theme is created on a computer and then transferred into the cornfield.
Can I eat the corn?
You could, but it would not taste very good. The variety of corn we grow is field corn for cattle.
Is the maze wheelchair friendly?
Yes. Please call before visiting the maze for up to date maze conditions *But please remember that this is a real corn field and pathways are packed earth*
What should I bring for our visit to the corn maze?
- Make sure to wear comfy shoes (as they are required). Flip Flops are not recommended.
- Bug Spray
- Sun Screen
- If you are coming at night, bring your own flashlight or buy or rent one from us.
- Your cell phone
What are the rules for the maze?
- Only walk on the trail provided to you.
- No picking ears of corn or tearing down corn plants
- No throwing corn ears or kernels
- No SMOKING!
- No ALCOHOL!
- No PETS!
- No running, the ground is uneven in places and you could be injured.
- No climbing on Bridges
*We require that anyone entering the Corn Maze be properly attired with pants/shorts, a shirt and shoes. While we recommend sturdy shoes be worn as the paths are at times uneven, anything is acceptable. The temperature inside the maze is usually 10 to 15 degrees warmer than the temperature outside, so we advise you to purchase a water at the concess
Is Parking Free?
Yes. We can park more than 750 cars at one time in our parking lots.
What forms of payment are accepted?
We accept cash, Visa and Mastercard
Can I bring food or my pet to the farm?
No. We do not allow pets, outside food or smoking past our front gate.
Do we need to buy tickets in advance?
No, you don’t have to but you can. For more information visit our Admissions page.
Is there a group discount?
Yes. On the weekend, if one individual pays for 25 or more tickets, we will discount each ticket 10%. Please mention that you wish to receive the group discount to the ticket cashier, or you may call ahead and we will have the tickets ready for you when you arrive to the farm.
Can I send my children into the park and stay outside?
No. For the safety of all, an adult (18 years or older) must accompany children under 12 years old at all times while visiting Tweite’s Farm. We encourage families to experience the attractions together.
Can I buy pumpkins and food without buying a Pass?
Yes. You may enter the pre-picked pumpkin sales area, our walk to pumpkin patch, Grandpa Bob’s Barnyard Buddies, and the concessions area without buying a pass.
Are there refunds if guests leave due to rain?
No refunds due to weather. If you have any questions about how the weather has affected the conditions on the farm, please call 507-365-8035 before you begin your journey to visit us. At times, current or previous weather conditions can make it difficult for us to open