Hidden Trails Corn Maze LLC W4704 HWY West Salem, WI 54669 608-786-2489
How big is the maze? The Hidden Trails Corn  the maze is over 12 acres, 4 separate mazes, totaling 5 miles of pathways guaranteed to get you and your family or friends lost. How long does it take to go through the maze? It all depends on how many wrong turns you take. The average person will finish the corn maze within one hour. Some people have taken a lot longer and a few a bit quicker. What forms of payment do you accept? The preferred method of payment at the maze is cash, debit or credit card. Cash is the only method of payment for our concessions vendors. What age is the Hidden Trails Corn  Maze most appropriate for? Hidden Trails is a family oriented environment, all ages enjoy it. Are you open during bad/inclement weather? Unforeseen weather can force us to close at any time, an announcement regarding any weather closures will be recorded on the maze hotline (608) 786-2489, Hidden Trails Corn  Maze on Facebook, or here on the website. Are there refunds if guests leave due to weather? No, but rainchecks will be issued allowing you to return on a future date. How accessible is the maze? Hidden Trails Corn  Maze is handicap accessible. The corn maze however is on unpaved farm ground. Wheel chairs, strollers and wagons can be brought on premises and are able to complete the corn maze, but the ground (like any farm) can be bumpy or in some cases muddy in spots. Are there restrooms on site? There are porta potties on site at Hidden Trails Corn Maze. What should we wear? Because we operate in September and October, we r ecommend being prepared for changing weather . We also recommend wearing closed-toe shoes or sneakers. Remember that you will be in a farm atmosphere and should dress appropriately for the best experience. Can we bring our own food and picnic at the maze? Absolutely! Though we sell lots of great food onsite, you are welcome to bring your own as well. We have a picnic tables that are available on a first-come-first- serve basis. Additionally, we have areas that can be reserved for groups or parties. What are the maze rules? No running; no smoking; no alcohol; no throwing corn ( kernels, ears, or stalks); stay on the designated pathways. Please refrain from using obscene/derogatory comments, gestures, etc. while at the maze. Hidden Trails reserves the right to deny addmission to anyone. How do you make the maze? We plant the whole field in the spring and then cut out the design when the corn plants are still fairly short. The maze is designed and cut by MAZEPLAY , it is created on a computer and then transferred onto the corn field.
Frequently Asked Questions 
Can we bring our pets to the maze ? Sorry we no longer permit dogs on maze grounds. Come join us for Dog Daze at the maze on Oct 15th and 16th from 11 am to 6 pm. Get lost with your canine companion, while supporting a local student's senior exit project. To make the day extra special for our four legged friends, dog treats will be for sale to raise money for the Onalaska K-9 unit.                        “ We hope to see you there!"
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How big is the maze? The Hidden Trails Corn  the maze is over 12 acres, 4 separate mazes, totaling 5 miles of pathways guaranteed to get you and your family or friends lost. How long does it take to go through the maze? It all depends on how many wrong turns you take. The average person will finish the corn maze within one hour. Some people have taken a lot longer and a few a bit quicker. What forms of payment do you accept? The preferred method of payment at the maze is cash, debit or credit card. Cash is the only method of payment for our concessions vendors. What age is the Hidden Trails Corn  Maze most appropriate for? Hidden Trails is a family oriented  environment, all ages enjoy it. Are you open during bad/inclement weather? Unforeseen weather can force us to close at any time, an announcement regarding any weather closures will be recorded on the maze hotline (608) 786-2489, Hidden Trails Corn  Maze on Facebook, or here on the website. Are there refunds if guests leave due to weather? No, but rainchecks will be issued allowing you to return on a future date. How accessible is the maze? Hidden Trails Corn  Maze is handicap accessible. The corn maze however is on unpaved farm ground. Wheel chairs, strollers and wagons can be brought on premises and are able to complete the corn maze, but the ground (like any farm) can be bumpy or in some cases muddy in spots. Are there restrooms on site? There are porta potties on site at Hidden Trails Corn Maze. What should we wear? Because we operate in September and October, we r ecommend being prepared for changing weather . We also recommend wearing closed-toe shoes or sneakers. Remember that you will be in a farm atmosphere and should dress appropriately for the best experience. Can we bring our own food and picnic at the maze? Absolutely! Though we sell lots of great food onsite, you are welcome to bring your own as well. We have a picnic tables that are available on a first-come-first- serve basis. Additionally, we have areas that can be reserved for groups or parties. Are we allowed to bring our dog with us to the maze? Sorry we no longer permit dogs on maze grounds.  Come join us for Dog Daze at the maze on Oct 15th and 16th from 11 am to 6 pm. Get lost with your canine companion, while supporting a local student's senior exit project. To make the day extra special for our four legged friends, dog treats will be for sale to raise money for the Onalaska K-9 unit.                        “ We hope to see you there!" What are the maze rules? No running; no smoking; no alcohol; no throwing corn ( kernels, ears, or stalks); stay on the designated pathways. Please refrain from using obscene/derogatory comments, gestures, etc. while at the maze. Hidden Trails reserves the right to deny addmission to anyone. How do you make the maze? We plant the whole field in the spring and then cut out the design when the corn plants are still fairly short. The maze is designed and cut by MAZEPLAY , it is created on a computer and then transferred onto the corn field.