Deer-Themed Corn Maze

In northeast Arkansas, visitors to Peebles Farm can venture into a 16-acre corn maze built in the shape of a mature whitetail buck.

Deer-Themed Corn Maze
Katherine and Dallas Peebles, owners of Peebles Farm and creators of the deer-themed corn maze.
Katherine and Dallas Peebles, owners of Peebles Farm and creators of the deer-themed corn maze.

Dallas and Katherine Peebles are the owners of Peebles Farm, which is located in northeast Arkansas, halfway between Augusta and McCrory on Hwy 64. For the $10 admission, visitors can enjoy getting lost in the maze and then trying to find their way out. 

Maps of the deer-themed corn maze are provided, and it typically takes about 30 minutes to walk it during the day. Note: Peebles Farm is opened until 10 p.m. on Friday and Saturday nights, so if you want a real challenge, try completing the corn maze in the dark.

Using the deer diagram as a guide, the growing corn was chopped when it was knee high. Sunlight, moisture and time then turned it into a maze of tall corn stalks.
Using the deer diagram as a guide, the growing corn was chopped when it was knee high. Sunlight, moisture and time then turned it into a maze of tall corn stalks.

Click here for hours and directions, and visit the Peebles Farm Facebook page for daily updates on activities. The maze and pumpkin patch is open from September 22nd through October 31.

Want to pick your own pumpkins for Halloween? Peebles Farm dedicates 60 acres to you-pick pumpkins.
Want to pick your own pumpkins for Halloween? Peebles Farm dedicates 60 acres to you-pick pumpkins.

Other activities include 60 acres of you-pick pumpkins, ziplines, cotton picking (3 acres), pea gravel pit, tractor tire serpent, tunnels, swings and slides, teeter-totters, duck races, scenic wagon ride, horse and wagon rides, tractor-pulled train ride, barnyard, gerbil roll, sunflowers (9 acres), concessions, picnic area, a pumpkin house, bonfires on weekends, and last but not least, a corn cannon (see below).

Think you’re a good marksman with a firearm or bow? Then visit Peebles Farm and give the corn cannon a shot. It uses compressed air to shoot an ear of corn at a target. Shots are $1.00 each, and if you hit the target, you win any pumpkin of your choice. The corn cannon is available Friday, Saturday and Sunday during regular business hours.
Think you’re a good marksman with a firearm or bow? Then visit Peebles Farm and give the corn cannon a shot. It uses compressed air to shoot an ear of corn at a target. Shots are $1.00 each, and if you hit the target, you win any pumpkin of your choice. The corn cannon is available Friday, Saturday and Sunday during regular business hours.
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