A-MAZE-ing Corn Maze Kicks Off Harvest Days

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If you want to test your navigational skills or just enjoy some fall fun, you may want to stop by this Southern Colorado corn maze.

For the first time Two Springs Ranch in Pueblo designed a maze for families to enjoy. The cowboy and jack-o-lantern maze stretches across six acres with about three miles of trails.

Its part of the ranch's second annual harvest days. Along with the maze, they have pumpkin patches and hay rides. Plus activities for kids of all ages: a hay trampoline, petting zoo, roping activities, boxes full of corn and hay mazes for tiny youngsters.

Two Springs Ranch owner Jason Chambers not only wants families to enjoy some fall festivities, but says it’s also a great time for farmers to educate the public about agriculture, especially children.

“We hope to just make it a family tradition for all families in Southern Colorado. We want to be a place where people come to us and know us by name and hopefully meet other families and talk to their kids and educate people about agriculture,” said Chambers.

The Two Springs Ranch Harvest Days is open every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday in October from 11 a.m. until dark.

It costs $6 for the maze, and $6 for the pumpkin patch, or you can print off a coupon that allows you to do both for $10.

For more information or to print off coupons, visit www.twospringsranch.us.




 
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