The Corn MAiZE
Portland Corn Maze

2017 MAiZE at The Pumpkin Patch
 

Portland’s original cornfield maze celebrates its 19th season at The Pumpkin Patch on beautiful Sauvie Island in Portland, Oregon. Nineteen years ago, Craig Easterly, founder of the original corn maze, teamed up with The Egger family, owners of Sauvie Island’s famous Pumpkin Patch, and added The MAiZE to the family farm tradition.  The MAiZE attracts 30,000 eager explorers annually to the giant labyrinth of field corn, located just fifteen minutes from downtown Portland.  Portland’s premier agri-tainment attraction, The Maize and The Pumpkin Patch, have combined the local food movement with down home fun on the farm.

The MAiZE theme for 2017 is celebrating 50 years of family fun and farm fresh produce at The Pumpkin Patch, featuring the Big Red Animal Barn built in 1929 and giant white oak tree next to it.  The Pumpkin Patch’s original logo is depicted on the front of the Animal Barn.  The MAiZE encourages visitors to come out and enjoy the farm and take on the challenge of navigating over two miles of twist and turns in the eight  acre cornfield.  There are no maps to use, however, the MAiZE staff will provide you with trivia cards, called "Passports" which will help lost maze-goers successfully complete the MAiZE.  There is a second game to play while inside the giant puzzle, "Cornundrums"   can be searched for in order to be solved and matched to a card that you pick up when entering... find and solve the ten different Cornundrums and enter your card into a prize drawing.

If it's been raining, DON'T FORGET YOUR RAIN COATS AND MUD BOOTS!

 

HOURS:

September

Open daily 10am to 6pm

October

Sunday-Thursday 10am to 6pm

Friday-Saturday 10am-10pm*

 

If it's been raining, DON'T FORGET YOUR RAIN COATS AND MUD BOOTS!

 

We will open The MAiZE up after hours in September and October for groups of 25 or more that book in advance and provide a deposit.