Beasley's Orchard Unveils 2015 Corn Maze with Ford Mustang Theme


DANVILLE, IN (September 17, 2015) – Beasley’s Orchard in Danville, Ind., will celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Ford Mustang with its design of the 2015 Corn Maze.

This year’s highly anticipated Corn Maze at Beasley’s Orchard opens Friday, Sept. 25 and runs Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays through Oct. 31.  The Mustang Muscle Maze theme has been designed to offer visitors of all ages’ great fun and adventure while celebrating the 50th Anniversary of a well-known and popular vehicle – The Ford Mustang!

Beasley’s offers a variety of family-friendly agri-entertainment activities throughout their season.  Along with the ever-popular Corn Maze, every weekend in October, Beasley’s offers hayrides to their 15-acre U-Pick pumpkin patch, a giant Straw Mountain for young guests to climb and tunnel through, the giant corn crib (corn-filled sandbox) and our new Barnyard Bonanza which features: a giant jumping pillow, a spider web rope climb, and a variety of football, baseball, and basketball booths that will test your accuracy!

Guests will also not want to miss crunching into a hand-dipped caramel apple and tasting the award-winning, fresh-pressed Apple Cider inside the nostalgic 150-year old Barn Market!

Maze designer Brett Herbst, the world’s leading professional designer of corn mazes, has created yet another amazing design with over 4 miles of paths throughout the Maze. He hopes to challenge the wits and determination of those seeking to weave their way to the one exit of his mind-boggling puzzle. The maze is navigated through a series of questions on a passport. If a question is answered correctly, you will be led in the right direction. However, if you answer a question incorrectly, you will be led in the wrong (slightly longer) direction.

The maze can be navigated in less than a half an hour, but it’s not uncommon for most parties to take about an hour to find their way through its intricate and deceiving trails. The maze will be open for the season from Sept. 25 to Oct. 31. Hours of operation are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays and Noon-5 p.m. on Sundays.  

Tickets are $7 for ages 3 and up.  Maze adventures can be scheduled for groups of 15 or more at a discounted rate.  The maze can also be combined with one of the field trip adventures to the orchard or pumpkin patch for large groups.

In addition to the opening of the Maze, Fall Break Hay Rides will begin soon.  Hay Rides during the week will run from Oct.12th – Oct.23rd from Noon- 5 p.m. 

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