CHURCHILL — A family farm in Churchill has opened up their doors for their ninth annual corn maze.
The Montana Corn Maze is located on a farm that was homesteaded back in 1987 and sits on 4.5 acres of corn stalks.
Visitors take a tractor ride out the maze and then can choose from the mini maze, or the more challenging big maze.
Along with the corn maze, visitors can enjoy a wagon ride, farm animals and a farmers market, as well as a stunning view of the Bridger Mountains.
“We’re inviting people to our farm. To our family farm. And we want people to enjoy the gifts that we’ve been blessed with, with location, and just a fun, family opportunity to get outside and to enjoy the weather. And to enjoy the gifts around us,” said Leah Brouwer with the Montana Corn Maze.
The Montana Corn Maze in Churchill will have a special haunted maze for Halloween on Saturday, Oct. 26 until 8 p.m.
Tickets are $8 for ages 12 and up, $6 for ages 4-11 and free admission for children 3 and under.