Maze attracts visitors

Bloomfield Corn Maze offers variety of fall activities even though corn crop failed

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

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Taking Careful Aim — Jamie Holt, 7, of Gentry, takes aim at downfield targets with an air cannon at the Bloomfield Corn Maze on Sunday. Holt, with his mom and siblings, enjoyed the afternoon, going through the hay maze, riding on a horse-drawn wagon and participating in other games and activities. For more photographs and information on the maze, see Page 8B.

Taking Careful Aim — Jamie Holt, 7, of Gentry, takes aim at downfield targets with an air cannon at the Bloomfield Corn Maze on Sunday. Holt, with his mom and siblings, enjoyed the afternoon, going through the hay maze, riding on a horse-drawn wagon and participating in other games and activities. For more photographs and information on the maze, see Page 8B.
Photo by Randy Moll

If finding your way through a hay maze, riding on a horse-drawn hay wagon or cow train, shooting an air-powered corn cannon or enjoying a playground, refreshments and live entertainment on the edge of a cornfield sounds like a great way to spend a Saturday or Sunday afternoon, Bloomfield Corn Maze is the place to go.


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