It’s time for the second annual McCoard’s Corn Maze! This Provo corn maze has three different levels of difficulty from 1/3 mile all the way to over 3 miles. The Kids maze is .3 miles long, the Adventurous maze is 1.5 miles and the Insane maze is 3.2 miles.
To spice it up the Provo corn maze offers different options. You can look for Farmer Joe’s missing pie or select the option where you find out who kidnapped Farmer Joe.
If you go, check out their pumpkin patch, duck race, paintball, corn gun, roping or the tractor barrel ride. For more information visit: provocornmaze.com
Hours of Operation:
Mon-Thurs: 4 pm – 10 pm
Fri: 4 pm – 11 pm
Sat: 10 am – 11 pm
Adults (10+): $9.00
Child (9 – 3): $6.00
2 and under: FREE
McCoard’s Mystery Maze
384 South 3110 West
Provo, UT 84601
[West on Center Street toward the lake, left on Airport Rd]
Corn Maze Giveaway!!
I’m giving away two tickets on the blog! If you would like to win tickets to McCoard’s Corn Maze, leave a comment below about why you’d like to try the maze, which one, and who you’ll go with!
I will randomly pick a winner on Monday, October 6. Good luck!
This Friday, October 3, 2014 – the Rooftop Concert Series is proud to present their special 5-Year Anniversary Show with Fictionists and The Blue Aces. In anticipation of a huge crowd, the show is moving down onto the street, right in front of NuSkin on 100 W Center Street! The show will begin at 7:00 pm instead of 7:30 like previous shows.
Fictionist has a brand new and amazing album that’s being released on October 7, but will be available that night, a few days early. Hear the real thing that night, live, then take home a copy of the CD for yourself and ten extras for your pals in other states.
Also playing, The Blue Aces. If you have never seen The Blue Aces, you’re missing the very best of what Utah has to offer. This will be the third Rooftop performance for both bands. You don’t get invited to play three times at the Rooftop Concert Series unless you are over the moon fantastic. This is one show you aren’t going to want to miss.
And now for the moment everyone has been waiting for…
Provo Rocks Shirt Reveal
I am excited to reveal 4 all-new limited edition #ProvoRocks shirts for October! I’m especially excited about the Provo Police Department and Fire Department shirts that we will be giving away at the show. Make sure you stop by Provo City’s booth during the show to snag a shirt and come early because we always run out!
Check out the shirts pictured below and leave me a comment letting me know which shirt is your favorite.
To get a shirt at the concert, all you need to do is:
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