Ready to be A-MAZED?  Get it?  The Coleman Corn Maze open's up today.  Clark Coleman is a local farmer and rancher, decided to seed a portion of a field he rents near Buckstop Junction into a corn maze pattern this spring.

The maze design includes a tractor and grain cart and the farm name and year.  Clark Coleman said, "This is the first maze I have planted and honestly even been too, but we were looking for a way to diversify our operation, add an agri-tourism activity and provide a safer recreation option in a year when so many activities have cancelled due to COVID-19."

The Coleman Corn Maze is 9.5 acres and participates can choose to explore the entire maze or it is divided into two parts to allow younger families a shorter option.  There will be a GPS map with checkpoints that can be used to help navigate the maze.  Participants will be asked to wear a mask when entering the maze until they are able to social distance from other groups within the maze.  Now keep in mind this is an actual farm field with uneven terrain and dirt, athletic shoes or boots are recommended.

You can find the Coleman Corn Maze near Buckstop Junction, which is located at 3805 E Bismarck Expressway in Bismarck.  The maze will be open on Thursday and Fridays beginning at 3 pm and Saturdays and Sundays at noon.  The maze will close at 8 pm in September and in October at 7 pm or dusk.  Halloween will be the last day for the maze.  For updates, specials or changes due to weather go to Coleman Corn Maze on Facebook or Instagram.



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