Moapa is a small town, we have only a couple of street lights, and the road to the ranch isn’t lit even a little bit. If the drive down our old road, across the river to a barely lit piece of the desert isn’t enough to freak someone out, our haunted corn maze surely will. Jumpy? We have loud noises for you. Quicksand? Don’t fall in. Spiders? Yeah they thrive on our farm. Coffins and dead people? Who isn’t creaped out by coffins? Scared of clowns? We have plenty of clowns with horrifying horns, scary makeup, and creepy demeanors. Afraid of being chopped up in a corn maze that when you scream no one will believe you? Oh yes, we will fulfill that and much more, the corn path will be blind on both sides so anything can and will jump out at you without notice. Don’t be dragged into the corn, stay on the paths, keep moving and hopefully come out intact.
Get lost in our pitch black maze as the ghosts, goblins, and chainsaw massacre artists, make even the bravest of hearts cringe in terror.
The most asked question is “how scary is the corn maze”.
We can’t give a straight answer for this because it is different for everybody, some don’t even make it through the entrance. What we can say is it’s as fun as the people you bring.
Groups make the haunted maze much more fun, because there is always that one friend who is scared of everything, and everyone else is laughing at them. What we do is find the darkest part of the corn field cut a path with a few dead ends and fill it with spooks. We will have a few themes, to name a couple, Scarecrows, a dark room and chainsaws. There will be smoke machines and strobe lights, so those with seizures be aware. The maze is fun, dark and spooky, the rustling of the corn stalks is unsettling and the darkness is intense. We have concessions for a good meal and a break, and a night maze to try and get lost in that is included with admission also.
We recommend making a night of it, reserve a firepit and enjoy a little bit of the country life. Please read and follow the rules below, they are very important, hope to see many scared faces this year!