Montana Corn Maze is a Go For This Fall
Fall may look a little different this year without football, but not everything is canceled this year. The Montana Corn Maze has announced they will be opening Friday, September 11th. They, of course, have lots of other fun for the family:
- Barrel train for kids
- Trikes for adults and older kids
- Wagon ride
- Quick Exit Maze
- The Iconic Full Maze
Due to COVID-19, online reservations are required. You can make your reservations by using the button below. If you are unable to make a reservation online TEXT 406-922-1643.
This year will look a little different and Montana Corn Maze will have:
- Hand washing stations
- Portable toilets
- Distanced holding areas for barrel train and wagon ride.
- Sanitization of trains, trikes, wagons, and portable toilets between groups.
- Masks required only when distancing is impossible, such as a crowded wagon ride.
They plan to be open Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. The season is expected to run until October 31. Montana Corn Maze is allowed 50 people per hour and offers five acres of fun at 4605 W Cameron Bridge Rd. on the way to Churchill, Mont.
Montana Corn Maze started their first maze in 2010 and every year the maze takes a different shape. The maze is drawn and cut without the use of GPS and is created by cutting four-foot walking paths in the cornfield. This year features a Lewis and Clark scene that can only be seen from above. See a photo of the maze below.