Open Daily August 31st – November 3rd
2019 BIGFOOT MAiZE at The Pumpkin Patch –
Join us this fall, beginning Labor Day Weekend for some Big-Time fun in Oregon’s Original corn MAiZE. “We Believe” that you might have the time of your life as you navigate our 8 acre corn maze and follow in the footsteps of this Oregon legend. Who knows, you just might get a glimpse of the famous hairy hominid as you stalk through our our a-mazing field.
August & September: Daily 10am – 6pm*
*Closed on September 27th for a private event.
Sunday – Thursday, 10am – 6pm
Friday – Saturday, 10am – 10pm
November 1-3rd hours – 10am – 6pm
Don’t forget your rain coats and mud boots!
*We will open The MAiZE after hours in September and October for groups of 25 or more that book in advance and provide a deposit.
While living in Driggs, Idaho, and working at Grand Targhee Ski Resort in the winters and guiding raft trips down the snake river, Craig Easterly’s father, Vic, suggested that Craig and his brother, Casey, should try making a MAiZE maze in Ontario. Craig and Casey met Brett Herbst, the world’s leading MAiZE designer, who was just in his third year of expanding his own enterprise… The MAiZE company. After an enthusiastic meeting with Brett, Craig and Casey signed on to create their first of many corn mazes. The first being right near the old mall in Ontario, Oregon on ground Vic rented from a family friend.
The 1998 MAiZE (pictured) was a learning experience and an eye opener! Craig and Casey decided to look for farm ground in the greater Portland area and were told that Sauvie Island would be a great place to start since there were already established farm stands and U-pick pumpkin patches. As soon as Craig saw The Pumpkin Patch, he knew that this farm was the perfect location for Portland’s first corn MAiZE! Now, fast forward 20 years and we celebrate all the visitors and memories that we have created here in our new home in the Rose City.
- 16511 NW Gillihan Rd
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