The Devine’s Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch is paying tribute to the FFA and 4-H organizations by including their logos in this year’s maze design.
This will be the sixth year that the Devine’s have opened up their family farm in Mercer County to guests from all across the state to enjoy fall activities. The highlight of many of the visitors is their ten acre corn maze that includes a design for all to navigate.
“The FFA and 4-H are integral parts of developing new leaders and play a significant role in the future of agriculture. These organizations have been very supportive of our corn maze and this year we decided to thank them for the work that they have done and continue to do.” says Jason Devine, maze designer. Previous mazes have included Kentucky and all of its counties, World Equestrian Games logo, the Final Four logo from 2011, and the National Championship logo in 2012.
Devine’s Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch in Harrodsburg offers fall family fun that includes hayrides to the pumpkin patch, bonfires, petting area, hay maze, giant slide, cow train, tube swings, trike track, corn hopper, and zip lines that are new for 2013. Admission includes a pumpkin for everyone and all activities except zip lines The Devine’s will open to the public on September 13th and run through November 2nd when it will become the “Field of Horror” for Halloween.