This year there will be a drastic change to La Union Corn Maze's land of fun. Normally, years before the pandemic hit La Union Corn Maze had different types of activities to offer. La Union Corn Maze has so much land that they were able to offer all sorts of fun for the family. But due to the pandemic and the safety of their staff and others, they had to make some changes this year. Since we all must practice social distancing to prevent the spread of Covid-19, the corn maze will not be open. If you've ever been through the corn maze you know how full it can get with people. When you're trying to find your way out of the maze you bump into others who are also trying to do the same. Hence, why they made the decision to close the maze off to the public for our safety.

Not only will the maze be closed but their other family-friendly activities won't be offered this year. So the jumping pillows, wagon ride, big slide, cow trains, rubber duck races, the hill slide, zip line, and more won't be open. The only activity they will be offering to you that is safe will be their pumpkin patch. If you would like to visit their pumpkin patch you must schedule your visit beforehand. La Union Corn Maze will be opening this week on Friday, September 25 through November 1. They have different hours of operation for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. You can get more information on La Union Corn Maze's website for thorough details.

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