Ready to “Get Lost” In Montana? Here are 4 Super Fun Ways To Do It.
So we know where to find some of the best pumpkin patches in Montana, but where do we go for the corn mazes, haunted houses, and "make me jump" scares? Here you go, this list is just a few, but you won't be disappointed.
If you are bringing the kids or the scaredy cats, you will want to stick to the daytime hours for these spooktacular corn mazes. Luckily, they keep in mind that not everyone wants to have nightmares and some just want to go through the maze, take some cute pictures, and carry on with their day. We totally get it!
THE BOZEMAN STRAW BALE MAZE. This maze is one locals look to every year for a good time. Kids absolutely love it as seen in the pictures below. You can find them on Facebook or at the website HERE. Last year they had 5,000 straw bales to fight your way through.
Next up on the list, MONTANA CORN MAZE. In the cute town of Manhattan, you will find this family-friendly event. Now let me just say, because of some nasty patrons last year, they will not be having their haunted section this year. With that in mind, the fun is still beyond what one would expect. And GREAT NEWS, every Saturday you will be able to grab a hot OR cold beverage!
BEAVERHEAD MAZE located in one of our favorite towns, Dillon. They are going on their 6th year of this fun corn maze event and for everyone who has been asking, YES they do plan to have their annual MAZE OF BREWS as well. I am over the moon about that event for sure! Basically you run through this maze looking for kegs of beer. Need I say more?
Last but not least, and of course there are more that could be added to this list, FIELD OF SCREAMS. You will find this scary field in Victor. This place sells out quickly so to get your preferred date, click below and grab your tickets now!
If you get scared easily, you will want to pack an extra pair of pants for this evening full of screams. BUT alas my friends, they also have some of the best day time activities for everyone of all "scare" ages.
You have your phones out right now, may as well get these fun events on the calendar. Have an "a-Maze-ing" time!