…Eliada Home brings back their corn maze!!!
Eliada’s annual corn maze will offer twelve acres of maze trails and proceeds benefit Eliada Home, a residential home for children.
This year, they’ve added a 20 x 20 spider web climb-on, new giant pumpkin men for the corn cannon targets, and a storybook trail for younger children. Other popular attractions include: the giant sandbox filled with corn kernels, haybale maze, hay ride, pumpkin patch, barrel train, and corn toss games.
Eliada has devoted one area of the corn maze to the Spookley the Square Pumpkin Storybook Trail. Based on the popular children’s book, Spookley is a pumpkin who is a little different, but he uses his unique shape to save the day. The Storybook Trail is wonderful for field trips and school groups.
Operating Hours & Ticket Prices
Friday (4-8 p.m.), Saturday (10 a.m.-8 p.m.), and Sunday(11 a.m.-7 p.m.) through October 28. Ticket prices are $9 for adults 12 and over and $6 for children ages 4-11. Group rates, field trip rates, and birthday party offerings are also available. As always, 100% of proceeds from the corn maze benefit children and families served by Eliada.
Many community business make this happen: Earth Fare, Fairway Outdoor, Comprehensive Chiropractic, Asheville Pool & Patio, ING, Asheville Compounding Pharmacy, Parsec Financial, Brown & Brown Insurance, Buncombe County Sheriffs Department, Rhodes Glass Company, Dr. James Teague, Asheville Financial, HomeTrust Bank, Cintas, PFG Food Services, Bob Hunter, TD Bank, and Mazeplay.
They also need volunteers, so get in touch!
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