Corn Maze

                     &

               Pumpkin Patch

Corn Maze Dates & Hours

The maze will be open on Sunday

 September 27th

&

Friday, Saturday & Sunday

October 2nd - October 31st

Monday - Thursday

   - Group reservations only. (Groups 15+) 

   - Contact us at (989) 277-1556 or info@FortitudeFarmsAndEvents.com

Fridays

   - 5p - 9p (stop selling tickets)

Saturdays

   - 1p - 9p (stop selling tickets)

Sundays

   - 1p - 6p (stop selling tickets)

The maze is open as long as you purchase your ticket before closing time

Corn Maze Pricing

Adults - $10 (12+)

Youth - $8 (5 - 11 years) 

- Children 15 and younger must be chaperoned by an adult within the maze

Kids (4 - under) - FREE with paid adult

Groups (15 or more) - $9 Adult & $7 Youth

Corn Maze Rules

* Paths are uneven and can be slick, ENTER at your own risk*

  • Stay on established paths at all times

  • Don't cut through the corn or marked areas

  • Don't pick, pick up or throw any corn

  • No smoking or open flames

  • No alcohol allowed in the maze

  • Have fun, be courteous to others

  • At least 1 flash light mandatory per group, available for purchase

Maze

Games

We need your help, Farmer Joe is missing. We need you to investigate the suspects and find out who took him. Explore the maze searching for 6 check point locations. Each location will give you clues leading up to who took Farmer Joe. GOOD LUCK!

Come and search for the animal who stole Farmer Joe's pie and learn about animal tracks in the process. It is a tactile game that adds to the fun of the maze while allowing them the thrill of solving a mystery. 

Covid Plan of Action

The Plan’s intent is to be consistent with recommendations of the Occupational Safety and Heath Administration (OSHA) and their Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19.

 

The plan is made to incorporate all practicable OSHA recommendations, and if any differences appear, we reserve the right to amend the Plan on a case-by-case basis, when necessary to protect the health and safety of employees and customers. 

 

OSHA has divided specific job tasks in to risk exposure levels as identified in the following:

 

Fortitude Farms and Events employs individuals within the medium risk exposure level and will therefore implement the following measures effective May 18, 2020:

 

  • Frequent hand washing required

  • Social distancing of a least six feet required to the extend practicable.

  • Alcohol based hand santizers with at least 60% alcohol, paper towel and waste baskets will be available throughout the facility to all employees and customers. 

  • Hand sanitizer stations will be located throughout the property, in addition to being available at every common touch point, to include but not limited to: near restrooms, ticket booth, concessions and entrance/exit from corn maze, in addition to the checkpoints throughout the maze.

  • Employees who are sick, feel like they may be getting sick, or who reside with and/or care for someone who is sick or feels sick are encouraged to stay home. 

  • Employees are encouraged to self-monitor for signs of COVID-19, such as:

        * Fever or chills

        * Cough

        * Shortness of breath/difficulty breathing

        * Fatigue

        * Muscle or body aches

        * Headache

        *New loss of taste or smell

        * Sore throat

        * Congestion or runny nose

        * Nausea or vomiting

        * Diarrhea

  • Cover all sneezes

  • Whenever practicable, equipment, phones, and similar items will not be shared.

  • Routine cleaning and disinfecting will be undertaken with specific focus on high tough points.

  • Any employee or customer appears or becomes ill will be asked to safely leave the business. Employees will not be permitted to return until they are symptom free for a minimum of 3 days. 

  • Where appropriate, customer and public access to worksite will be limited as well as employee access will be limited to specific workplace areas. 

  • Employees and customers will be asked to wear facemasks when 6 foot social distancing is not possible. 

  • Face-to-face contact will be minimized to every extent possible. 

  • Indoor facilities will not be offered in an effort to keep customers and employees outside and properly socially distanced. 

  • Medical screening to include detailed questioning with employees in addition to the use of forehead thermometers will be in effect at the beginning of each shift in addition to when employees return from breaks.

  • Appropriate PPE will be available as required depending on tasks assigned. 

 

We encourage any employees or customers to offer any suggestions that may provide a safer environment for both employees and customers. 

 

 

This policy will remain in effect until further notice

 

Alec and Lauren Faber, Owners of Fortitude Farms and Events