What can you expect at CornFusion? Check out our pictures below from previous years of CornFusion Crop Maze & Fall Festival.
“Big Allis” is a big ‘ole monster tractor that we fixed up just so we can take you on a bumpy ride around our ranch. But beware, she may end up in a swamp and she likes to run over cars!
Little Farmer Land - for small children
Food and Beverage
The Branding Iron Grill (all under $5)
Family Fun for Everyone!
Ticket Prices (general admission; some activities may have an additional cost) :
Adults — $11
Children 5 to 10 years old — $9
Children 4 years and Under — FREE
*Active/Retired Military, Law Enforcement, Fire Fighters, EMS — $6 (I.D. Required)
Field Trips (reservations are required):
*Call for Group & Birthday Party Reservations/Rates
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All activities are weather permitting. Please check the weather before coming out.
Attractions that require an additional cost:
Fall Festival activities include:
Remember, all activities are weather permitting. Please check the weather before coming out.
You may also check our Facebook page for any weather related closures.
Watch the video below for a peak at CornFusion Corn Maze 2012.
Courtesy of Sports Central of Lakeland.
Meet "Big Allis" the Monster Tractor
THANK YOU to our 2015 Sponsors & Partners for taking part in our Maze & Fall Festival!
WELCOME TO CORNFUSION CROP MAZE & FALL FESTIVAL 2015!
Click here to see what SPECIAL EVENTS we have going on at CornFusion.
Opening Day is Friday, October 9, 2015
Introducing our all NEW 2015 Cornhole Tournament!
For more info and how to register, click here.
For our Hours of Operation and Special Events, please check our calendar.
Although our 2012 Corn Maze didn’t grow well due to the rain, we still had a good turn out and everyone had a blast. The last two years, it rained too much as well, but that didn’t stop our Crop Maze from growing tall! Our maze consisted of sorghum, corn, and Florida native plants. The corn and sorghum didn't grow well, but the other plants were high enough to get lost in, over 6 feet tall in most areas!
Due to mother nature giving us too much rain during the last 3 autumn seasons, we have decided to grow a crop brand new to CornFusion for 2015! We are growing Egyptian Wheat! Egyptian Wheat looks very similar to a sorghrum corn maze, but thrives in water! So expect our BEST maze yet! And remember, if you’re not keen on getting lost in the maze, there’s plenty of other activities to enjoy.