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With 8-acres and over 175,000 sunflowers, the PA Sunflower Festival is the largest, most diverse pick-your-own sunflower patch east of the Mississippi River.

2006 – Vikings

About this corn maze theme: The mysterious Vikings quite possibly beat Columbus across the Atlantic by hundreds of years! Examine the evidence as you explore the Viking Longboat.  Can you see the Viking warriors with horned helmets?

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2005 – Ice Age

About this corn maze theme: Long before global warming the world was covered in ice.  Learn about life in the Ice Age and the animals that roamed the frozen land.  This year explore the GIANT wooly mammoth on your quest to uncover the clues of survival in a frozen land.

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2004 – T-Rex

About this corn maze theme: Dinosaurs! T-Rex makes his stand in the cornfield fighting three velociraptors. Search for “fossils” and clues as you explore the giant predator and learn about the creatures that inhabited the earth millions of years ago.

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2003 – Pirates

About this corn maze theme: Yar! Shiver me timbers… Take to the high seas as you learn about real pirates who terrorized merchant vessels for a surprisingly short period in maze-history.  Collect pictures of real pirate flags and learn about the real pirates behind them.

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2002 – Outback Adventure

About this corn maze theme: G’Day Mate! Travel to the outback to find nine creatures unique to this island continent.  Learn about the history and native people as you explore the giant mamma kangaroo complete with a baby joey in her pouch.  It’s adventure in the land down under!

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2001 – Deep Sea Adventure

About this corn maze theme: The “All-Seeing Eye” floats in the center of a huge pyramid complex carved into the cornfield.  Learn about the pharaohs and life on the Nile thousands of years ago when the pyramids rose from the desert plains.  Escape from Egypt marked the first maze designed

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2000 – Escape from Egypt

About this corn maze theme: The “All-Seeing Eye” floats in the center of a huge pyramid complex carved into the cornfield.  Learn about the pharaohs and life on the Nile thousands of years ago when the pyramids rose from the desert plains.  Escape from Egypt marked the first maze designed

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1999 – African Adventure

Five animals form the shape of the African continent and make a maze of trails loaded with educational information. Learn about Africa and the animals that call it home. Each is unique with a different way to survive. Can you spot the Giraffe, Lion Head, Elephant, Rhino and Cheetah?

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1998 – Challenge the Dragon

The Dragon marked the first move to the current field at what would become the Maize Quest Fun Park. It was also the first Maize Quest with a “big adventure” theme. Guests explored the beast and the castle below to discover answers to the lore of dragons. The dragon featured a fountain of water in the “heart” of the beast.

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1997 – Tree of Life

The original and first Maize Quest Cornfield Maze Adventure: The Tree of Life. The Tree with roots, large trunk and branches is encircled by the serpent and flanked by the crescent moon and sun. Guests used another Maize Quest innovation to create a map on their game sheet using giant stampers. The symbols were chosen to represent the fruit farm, the circle of life and the changing seasons as Maple Lawn Farms began it’s change from production agriculture to pick-your-own fruit, educational center and entertainment destination. The firs maze, designed by Gretchen McPherson, marked the return of Hugh McPherson to the operation full-time after graduation from Penn State University. This was the one that started it all!

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