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Those flying into the Casper/Natrona County International Airport can already spot it from the air: Wyoming’s signature Steamboat, eight acres in size.
The iconic rider holds his hat in one hand, the horse’s reins in the other. And it’s all made of corn.
Located just northwest of the airport, off County Road 121, Casper’s first corn maze opened Sept. 15, 2012. A seasonal attraction, Green Acres Corn Maze features a five-acre pumpkin patch, hayrides, petting farm, hay bale maze, corn pit, apple cannons, pumpkin cart and tractor rides, Noah's ark and new attractions are added each year.
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Get lost ... at the Green Acres Corn Maze. Located roughly six miles west of Casper, the maze will be open Sept. 15-Oct. 31. Eight acres of corn have been cut into a Steamboat Bucking Horse logo. There will also be a pumpkin patch, hay bale maze, corn pit, hayrides and a petting farm. The idea was born on the Syverts’ farm, and all members of the family are involved.
“We were sitting around talking about it and everyone seemed to like the idea,” said Steven Syverts.
They decided to create a maze in the shape of the bucking horse logo, which was originally his daughter, Korina Potter’s idea. She’s in the FFA program at Natrona County High School, which was a natural choice to receive the proceeds from the maze. It will also be her “critters” that will be in the petting zoo. There will be ducks, geese, turkeys, pot-bellied pigs, mini donkeys, mini horses, llamas, alpacas, goats, lambs and cows. “I probably forgot a few too,” Syverts said............
Billboard about the Corn Maze
There are two of them...one on Outer Drive and one on I-25 by the Beverly exit.
Opening Day! Sept 15, 2012
Opening Day for the Green Acres Corn Maze was a HUGE Success! The turn-out was amazing with over 1000 ,people visiting! The weather was perfect and much fun was had by all!