October 29, 30, 31 5pm-10pm
The maze is not a haunted attraction. It is frightening enough to be lost in the large maze of corn. There are no lights in the maze. Only the flashlight in your hand.
Many schools are closed on different days during the next few weeks.
We plan to be open on Oct 26, 29 as well as Nov 5, 6. 10am-5pm. More details below.
Are you ready to GET LOST?
The LARGEST CORN MAZE in the Shenandoah Valley
2 full mazes! 1 low price!
You might want a jacket to survive the:
The Ice Age Adventure maze is in the shape of a 500ft tall Mammoth trying to be warded off by a cave man.
Go prehistoric and conquer the
The Dinosaur adventure maze is in the shape of a
500 ft Stegasaurus.
ONLY $5 SCHOOLS OUT DISCOUNT DAYS! ONLY $5
Special openings and discounts when schools are closed this fall.
Next Date: Friday October 26 10am-5pm (Discount Hours) Rockingham County Schools are closed.
Monday October 29 10am-5pm (Discount Hours) Harrisonburg City Schools are closed. Monday November 5 10am-5pm Harrisonburg City and Rockingham County Schools closed. Tuesday November 6 10am-5pm Election Day - Most Schools are closed
Is your school closed on a different day? Give us a call. We will open for you!
Open from 10:00am to 5pm or later by request. Only $5 per person ages 5 and older!
You choose the way through the corn maze as you discover games and clues. Maize-o-Vision secret decoders help you navigate the puzzle. Maize Quest is a great event for scouts, schools, youth groups and corporate parties. Maize Quest is located at Bridgemont Farms, only a few miles from Harrisonburg - the best place in the Shenandoah Valley for fall entertainment. Bring your family for a weekend to remember.
LEARN, HAVE FUN AND GET LOST at MAIZE QUEST!
Things to do:
Address: 600 Wissler Rd, Quicksburg, VA 22847
Directions: From Harrisonburg take I-81-North. Take the Mt. Jackson/ Shenandoah Caverns Exit #269. Go east on 730 to STOP sign. Turn left/north on US11. Go 1 mile and turn left on 720/Wissler Rd. Go 4/10 mile and Maize Quest is on the right, just before the covered bridge.
For more fun things to do in the Shenandoah Valley visit: www.shenandoahsbest.com