Welcome to the Straw Maze!
Here for it’s 5th season, The Straw Maze returns at a new (closer) location. Just 2 blocks West, before Big Jud’s Country Diner in Archer. Come out to The Rexburg Straw Maze this autumn season for some lost adventures. You will love Crawling through our hidden tunnels!
Get lost in The Straw Maze this Halloween Season as you struggle to find your way in absolute hopelessness past sharp corners, haunting dark allies, and terrible monsters that linger and gloom around every bend! We do not close because of weather, Ever! It is much warmer inside of the straw maze and the loose straw on the ground will keep you dry and away from the dirt and mud.
The Haunted Straw Maze begins after dark Friday & Saturday. We do not close during bad weather, the straw maze will keep you away from the cold, mud and rain!
Ages Original Straw Maze Haunted Straw Maze
We accept Cash or Debit/Credit Cards
Why Visit a Straw Maze Instead of a Corn Maze?
A Corn Maze can be a fun experience, however, if you are looking for a true “maze experience” you should visit The Rexburg Straw Maze just south of Rexburg by Big Jud’s Country Diner. The main difference between a corn maze and a straw maze is that you are unable to cheat or cut corners in a straw maze. Straw mazes are much more challenging because you can’t walk through a straw bale like you can corn stalks in a corn maze. A corn maze over time gets trodden down and can become thinner and more transparent revealing other paths, this makes it easy to find the right way out. Straw bales maintain their shape and structure, this makes straw mazes higher quality and more challenging, your ability to cheat is eliminated so you will feel like you really are in a true maze. It is impressive to wind around in circles for hours surrounded by towering walls of straw.
A traditional corn maze stretches over 15-20 acres and involves excessive walking down long straight pathways. Pathways are not easily concealed, rows of corn stalks are thin enough that a corn maze requires a lot of space between each hallway and are unable to provide sharp, quick bursting corners making the path long and straight. A straw maze spans 1-2 acres and is a lot more challenging, requires a lot less walking and offers sharp corners that lead to almost undetectable dead ends and pathways. It is the sharp corners that make a straw maze the ideal haunted adventure you never know what might be lurking right behind the next bend. Although a straw maze is dwarfed in size compared to a corn maze they both require the same amount of time to make it through. Just picture yourself walking down 4 foot wide hallways of identical straw bales that tower 8 feet overhead, spending the same amount of time as compared to a corn maze that is 15 times bigger! The Rexburg Straw Maze usually takes people an average of 45 minutes to walk through, that is if you don’t get lost and the straw monsters haven’t gotten you! Read more about a corn maze and straw maze by visiting our corn maze page.
So, come out and enjoy the Straw Maze. Come during a weekday or Friday and Saturday before dark for the original straw maze that is not haunted or on the weekend after dark to experience the Haunted Straw Maze. Find a Straw Maze Location near you and we look forward to seeing you there!