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Maize Quest Fun Park
Ranked #1 of 1 things to do in New Park
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Owner description: Maize Quest Fun Park is the largest collection of people-sized mazes in the world. Different attractions open year round. Challenge mazes made of Bamboo, Rope, Fence, Stone, Tile, and Cornstalks. Zip down the 80-ft-long tube slide and zoom on the peddle karts. We're located in York County, PA in South Central Pennsylvania, just 3 miles from the Maryland/Pennsylvania border. Just minutes from Harford & Baltimore County, MD.
Reviewed 29 October 2017 via mobile

It’s a great place for all ages honestly. The maze it the dark is awesome. You could exit in. An hour but there are so many puzzles to finish that you could spend more then 3 hours to accomplish it. There’s also smaller mazes and slides. Overall it was a great time with my friends and we are in our late twenties.

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Reviewed 23 October 2017

Friendly staff available to ask qustions and direct you inside. Watching the video before getting lost in the maze was helpful. My two teens enjoyed it but it definitely offers more activities to do for the younger children. Went on a Saturday morning before it got too crowded which was perfect.Really enjoyed the bamboo maze the best which offered shade from the hot sun. We all would have tried the pedal cars but most of them were broken and we would have waited a long time for people to finish. Only our youngest had the opprtunity to try it.There should be someone working there to remind riders one lap around to give others waiting in line a chance. We enjoyed the free apples, donuts, & ice cold refreshing apple cider on our way out which was wonderful! Overall, a nice fun family experence. Be prepared to do lots of walking and wear comfortable shoes.

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Reviewed 22 October 2017

Perfect for adults and children. So much to do and see, educational and fun. Loved it. My grandchildren ages 13, 9 & 8 had a fabulous time. Mazes abound. Well thought out and perfect for engaging kids of all ages. Loved the Genie theme, and video of what to do and the rules. Snack prices are family friendly, which is greatly appreciated. Off the beaten path, but so worth the extra miles. Hint: Look for coupons - don't pay full price!!

Thank TessNarvon
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Reviewed 21 September 2017

I took my son 9/17/17, on a Sunday and there were no lines at all. We used the voucher for his summer reading program for his ticket and I just paid for mine. We had a blast! There were so many activities to do. We really liked the bike course. They looked like go-carts but they were bicycles. There was a fun course that included going through a tunnel. There was a big slide and so many mazes to try. We LOVED the bamboo maze. When you found each clue, you put a smudge of color on a random finger. When you come out of the maze, you match your finger colors to a chart for a fortune. The bamboo maze was perfect for our short attention spans. It was cool inside without the direct sunlight and had a fun feel to it. Because we saved so much money on my son's ticket, I splurged for the gem mining experience. We bought the $8 bag which was filled with fun rocks and minerals. My 8 year old son had a lot of fun figuring out which each was using a guide card that was included. We never even went through the major maze attraction. We had so much fun running all around the rest and spent most of a fun Sunday there. After we finished, we stopped for our complimentary apple and some apple cider at the café. We bought some ice cream and honey as well. It was less than a 25 min ride to this place from Forest Hill. We will definitely do this again next year in September again when there are no lines.

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Reviewed 18 October 2016

Tons of stuff to do from corn maize to wine tasting to pumpkin and apple picking But the maize quest and pumpkin picking is VERY expensive. Enjoyable experience if you have the bucks to spare.

Thank Lynne G
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Hugh M, Owner at Maize Quest Fun Park, responded to this reviewResponded 20 October 2016

Hi Lynne,
Thanks for your feedback. I'm glad you had lots of fun and lots to do.

Regarding pumpkin picking, we feel our pumpkins are super affordable at just $.75 per pound, but no pumpkin costs more than $12.00. So a 20, 30, 40 or even 50 pound pumpkin is just $12, and the wagon ride is FREE (even if you don't pick a pumpkin.)

Thanks again for your visit. We always strive to provide value for the money on our family farm. I hope you come to visit again :-) Farmer Hugh

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