Can we buy lunch there?
Yes, Tumbleweeds is our state inspected kitchen serving lunch items. Hot Dogs, Sausage Dogs, Chicken Tenders, French Fries, Grilled Cheese, Apple Slices, Funnel Cakes, Pretzels, fried oreos, fried pickles, whole pickles, popcorn, walking tacos, nachos and cheese, chocolate covered bananas, fruit shoot drinks, red bull and pepsi products.
What snacks are most popular at Kersey Valley?
Caramel Kettle Corn and Lemonade Maze Coolers are made fresh all day long as are our Apple Cider Donuts. Both are very popular and often purchased to take home on the way out.
Can we bring in our own lunch?
Yes you are allowed to bring in your own lunch or have pizza delivered here. Just please greet your pizza delivery driver at the main entrance.
How do you cut the maze out of the corn?
We have a custom design made each year that is mapped out using computers and a Satellite GPS system that is accurate within an inch. The cutting out of the maze only takes about 3 hours with a tractor that is equipped with the GPS on-board computers. One interesting fact is we do this during the night when it's cool, so we don't need to see where we are going since we are using the computer to guide us.
How long does it take to finish the maze?
It takes up to 1 hour when we first open the maze to find all 6 punch stations. However, if your really good it can be completed in under 1 hour.
Can we bring our dog?
Yes, we allow dogs on a leash. There is a doggie water bar at the snack shack. Please pick up after your dogs, there are provided doggy poop stations with gloves outside the maze.
What kind of corn do you plant?
We plant what farmers call Cow Corn, or Silage Corn. This type of corn has a strong stalk and broad leaves. The hybrid type of corn we plant grows very well in NC's heat of the summer with little rain, and is also resistant to worms and can grow to over 9 feet tall. If a bug or worm eats the corn they get very sick and can't reproduce.
Who puts on Maize Adventure?
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