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Camp Fontanelle's Scary Corn Maze

 
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Moderately Scary
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Parental discretion is advised
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Haunted Mazes / Haunted Corn Mazes, Pumpkin Patches, Hay Rides (Kid Friendly), Mazes / Corn Mazes (Kid Friendly), Other Events
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Outdoor Event(s), Touching Not Allowed, Free Parking
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Have you ever walked . . . . all alone . . . . in the depths . . . . . of a scary maze . . . all alone . . . . but knowing that each rustle of the corn . . . . really means you are not alone! Once you've entered . . . . there's no turning back . . . . . and there's no guarantee . . . . that you'll find your way out!!

Haunted houses provide great fun and frights each Halloween season, however a scary corn maze raises the thrills to a whole new level. Maze and activities are open to the public on weekends during maze season. Groups can make reservations outside of regular hours. Email Haunt Owner
Make time to search 3 acres of free will donation pumpkins and gourds. (Boxes are around the patch for donations, come any time) Pass ports and scavenger hunts make the maze interactive. From

Hayrack Rides:
During the fall corn maze season, hayrack rides are available every weekend and by reservation. Rides may be given by request from guest groups as well. There is an extra charge for rides outside of corn maze season.

Games
Camp Fontanelle has many games from which to choose. Options include: tetherball, 9 square (same as 4 square but up to 9 players), basketball, sand volleyball, horseshoes, gaga ball, 9 square in the air (same as 9 square except played with a grid overhead), ringmaster, ladder ball, stumps, washers, moleball, human foosball, fort, big chess, and carpetball. Indoor games for overnight groups in the Lodge include ping pong, shuffleboard, foos ball, and a pool table.

Bounce Houses
The little ones delight in bouncing in these inflatable playhouses. Our 13'x13' bounce houses with entertain that energetic Tigger in your brood. Drain the Energizer bunny in your child for a promised good night rest with our bounce house. Adult supervision is required at all times. Bounce houses are not used available when winds exceed 25 miles per hour.

Jumping Pillow
Permanently installed in the ground and surrounded by 100 tons of sand, this heart pounding attraction is not for the faint of heart. Enjoyed by kids and kids at heart of all ages, the jumping pillow is addictive.

Petting Barn
Donkeys and rabbits and goats, oh my! The petting barn is a favorite for those animal lovers. With friendly animals all around, all ages enjoy the diverse assortment of animals. Depending on the time of year, alpacas, peacocks, sheep, chickens, duck, geese, and ponies might also be found in the petting barn vicinity.

Zip Line
Zip lines were completed with the screams of delight heard echoing through the trees. A person jumps off a 20' tower and rides across a big ravine landing with a running stop on the other side. The fun is not over because then the rider climbs another tower and zips back across the ravine back to the start!
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Hours of Operation: Saturdays - 1 pm to 7 pm
Sundays - 1 pm to 7 pm

Scary Maze: Oct 20,21 & 27 - 7 - 10 pm

Admission Costs: Children ages 3-11 - $5.00
Adults ages 12+ - $7.00

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Event last updated 10 days ago. Please confirm dates on haunt website before you go.
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From Omaha: Take Maple or Dodge to Highway 275 West to Fremont. Follow 275 bypass to north side of Fremont and then turn right (north) on Highway 77 North. Go on Highway 77 North for about 3+ miles and then take a right (east) on Highway 91 east for 4 miles to the village of Fontanelle. Turn right (south) at the village of Fontanelle and go 2 miles. The road will turn to gravel and wind a bit. Camp Fontanelle's entrance will be on the right hand side of the road. When you see a big barn with a green metal roof, you are where you want to be! From North Omaha/Blair: Take Highways 75 or 133 north to Blair. If on Highway 133, you'll have to go north another few miles on Highway 30 until you reach Blair. Go west on Highway 91 to the village of Fontanelle (about 15 miles from Kentucky Fried Chicken). Turn left (south) at the village of Fontanelle and go 2 miles. The road will turn to gravel and wind a bit. Camp Fontanelle's entrance will be on the right hand side of the road. When you see a big barn with a green metal roof, you are where you want to be! From Lincoln: Take Highway 77 North through Fremont. On the north side of Fremont by the Sapp Bros. proceed another 3+ miles and then take a right (east) on Highway 91 east for 4 miles to the village of Fontanelle. Turn right (south) at the village of Fontanelle and go 2 miles. The road will turn to gravel and wind a bit. Camp Fontanelle's entrance will be on the right hand side of the road. When you see a big barn with a green metal roof, you are where you want to be! From North of Fremont: Take Highway 275 East or Highway 77 South to the Highway 91 East junction about 3 miles north of Fremont. Take a left (east) on Highway 91 east for 4 miles to the village of Fontanelle. Turn right (south) at the village of Fontanelle and go 2 miles. The road will turn to gravel and wind a bit. Camp Fontanelle's entrance will be on the right hand side of the road. When you see a big barn with a green metal roof, you are where you want to be!

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  • Email Verified A Great Fun Halloween Activity

    You won't want to miss this. Mark your calendars now to get there this Halloween. We had a blast doing this!

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  • Email Verified We scare ourselves too

    We all remember the chainsaws the most. Be ware of the creepy clown and the grim reaper thing. We had many good scares when we last visited. Great time for us all.

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  • Email Verified Fun and family friendly

    Amazing value and lots of fun!

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