Kim's Crazy Corn Maze was established in 2005 on a section of Walnut Tree Farm in Castlewood, Virginia by Kim BannerOsborne and her husband Dave Osborne.
Walnut Tree Farm is proud to be a designated Virginia Century Farm and has been owned and operated by the Banner family for 200 years.
Kim whom has spent the whole of her life raising, training, and showing American Saddlebred Horses was the brain behind the "crazy" idea of starting Russell County's First Corn Maze and for her "crazy" idea to become a reality much to Dave's disapproval an alfalfa field had to be sacrificed in order to have a space to plant the corn.
But, working together they have formed a team sharing in the various phases of production leading to the FIRST Corn Maze in Russell County "Kim's Crazy Corn Maze" Dave handles the crops and is proud to be the driver of a 1949 John Deere Tractor that he uses to give hayrides around the maze and Kim well she handles the bookings, concessions, and of course the "crazy" ideas that keep the maze growing.
Kim's idea to offer a fun and unique opportunity for families to enjoy the fall season in the great outdoors has become a yearly family tradition in many households not only in the local county, but also from surrounding counties and towns!!
So come see what all the buzz is about we promise you and your family will have a wonderful time picking your own pumpkin
and trying to find your way through the maze and don't worry we will find you if you get lost!
Tuesday, Apr 4, 2023 at 6:30 p.m. Eastern Time
Thursday, Apr 6, 2023 at 1:30 p.m. Eastern Time
Friday, Apr 14, 2023 at 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time
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