CHILTON – This year’s corn maze at Meuer Farm in Chilton features Donald Driver.
When David Meuer was thinking of the design for his farm's 5th annual corn maze, Donald Driver came to mind. Meuer told FOX 11 in 14 years, Driver did great work on and off the field.
"He's just an all-around great guy. We thought it'd be a neat way to go and honor somebody like that," said Meuer.
The maze features Driver's face, the Packers G and a thank you to the former wide receiver.
Meuer told us each year, his corn maze draws about 15,000 people from across the globe. This fall he's aiming for 20,000. He said fans love Donald Driver and are excited about the design.
"That's the reason most of them are here!" Meuer exclaimed.
Meuer explained that he started planning the 10-acre maze in January. He said it took months to draw up the design and get approval from Driver and the Packers to use the images.
There are two trails, one is 3 acres, the other is 7. Meuer told us they both pose challenges.
"Out circles go around and around and then there's paths going through so to remember where you are and where you came through, that's the hard part," explained Meuer.
There are "corn cops" in the maze to help people who get lost, but Meuer said in the corn maze getting lost is half the fun.
"Some of the people get very upset. They don't want help going through the maze. They're out here to get lost. They want the experience of getting lost in the corn field!" he explained.
Guests do get trivia questions to answer at ten sign posts in the maze. The correct answers unlock the right direction to take.
Meuer says told us year there are questions about the Packers and, of course, Driver.
"And they're not easy! So everyone should brush up before they come out!" Meuer said.
A typical adult pays $8 to get in. The maze will be open through November 3rd.
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