School field trips are welcome during the week by reservation only, from September 23 through October 25. Farm admission for students is $5.00 each. Teachers are free. Make online reservations here.
All of the attractions will be open for students to enjoy. We also offer an educational tour of our FeedLot, which is an enhanced learning experience for everyone.
Please bring water and encourage your students to dress sensibly for a day of outdoor activities. You may bring picnic lunches; tables are provided for your group.
Hands-on learning experiences are always best when students have been prepared for what they are about to encounter and are able to then discuss what they learned afterwards. We are pleased to offer our Classroom in the Corn learning series to make your field trip more exciting and memorable ... as well as a better learning experience. These Teacher Resource Guides are broken into separate grade ranges and each include: activity goals, National Curriculum Standards, preparation required, materials needed, worksheets, and step-by-step instructions.
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Discounted tickets are available for groups of 10 or more. Get the details on Plan your VISIT page.
We welcome church or community groups, family events, and birthday parties. We’ll provide an area for your group to gather or for you to set up party materials. You are welcome to bring food. For birthdays, cupcakes are recommended in lieu of a cake.
All attractions will be available to your group during normal maze hours. While larger groups can be accommodated without reservations during the normal weekend hours of the Maze, you will need reservations to come as a group if/when the maze is not open. Reservations are recommended but not required. - How to Find Us!
The Corn MAiZE and FeedLot’s physical address is: 283 US Hwy 89, Vaughn, MT 59483 We are located about 2 miles west of Vaughn.
From Great Falls: Go north on I-15 and take Exit 290. On Hwy 89/200, drive to Vaughn. Continue on Hwy 89 for 2 miles past Vaughn. Turn right at the hay bales and Corn MAiZE signs. The MAiZE is at the bottom of the little hill.