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Fritzler's Corn Maize, La Salle

Categories: Theme Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
Inspirock Rating:
3.5/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web
Colorado's First Zombie Paintball Slayer Bus. 36 people will enter the well

equipped Zombie Slayer Bus. After brief instructions are given the bus will

proceed to a hidden corn field deep in the farm. There you will need to destroys

as many Zombies as possible before they get you.
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  • My family and I visited the corn maize and we had a blast. The corn maze was awesome. Plan on spending lots of time on either entrance to it. Fritzlers is a very fun family oriented place. The transfo...  read more »
  • I am a father of to girls 1 and 6 they loved it and so much fun definitely worth a stop even if you are passing through 
  • Was fun as usual, but could have been a little scarier!! This is our third year in a row taking a big group. I also think more coupon opportunities would be nice, tickets are pricy. 
  • Love this place. The activities were great for the kids at day and fun by night. Love the feeling of security with volunteer officer making sure we are safe at night. We been here for the last few years and is never disappointed
  • I was disappointed with this maze. To be fair, I was slightly comparing it to mazes I have done in the past that incorporated a scavenger hunt kind of element, but even evaluating it simply on its merit and advertisement it fell short. We went in the fall on opening weekend and were severely disappointed. The individuals who were working in the maze and who were supposed to assist if someone was hurt, needed to exit early etc. were completely unknowledgeable. For one side of the maze it wasn't the biggest deal as we were able to find our way out in about forty-five minutes and it was okay. The second half of the maze was miserable and never ending. We ran into about fifteen different staff members, none of which were able to assist us. All those we ran into either gave us a tentative guess but weren't sure, or admitted they were lost themselves and honestly couldn't find their own way out at that moment. I feel this was mostly a management issue. They did not seem to have the staff familiarized with the maze prior to opening it up to the public. Even those with the maps in the lanyards around their necks (not everyone had the maps) couldn't tell us where we were because they didn't know where they were. It was miserable. We were lost for at least an hour and a half and desperate to get out. At this time I had undiagnosed cancer (obviously no one else's fault, but I was extremely exhausted and found out that next month why) and was simply wanting to be done. We never did find our way to the end, but were eventually able to exit through the maze entrance. Such a poor experience. We will hopefully find another corn maze in the northern-colorado area to attend this fall because we will certainly never be returning to this one.
  • Went Saturday NIght - expected to wait in line for entry to the Haunted Maze but.... Bought our tickets on line - had to stand at the ticket pick up stand and wait for internet to load the email on my phone so that they could use their phone to confirm the QR code, then waited in the haunted corn maze line for 1 1/2 hours, then waited again until they let us go thru, finally got in to the maze. The "actors" were just standing around or aimlessly walking by , after about 10 minutes in the maze we ran into ANOTHER line - yes ANOTHER line. This line was anticipated to be another 3 hour wait just to get into the haunted ("scream acres") portion - and as we found out - that line was the VIP line!!! So that would be a total of 4 hours spent standing in line - we opted out at that point and requested to be pointed the way out with many others. We left feeling incredibly disappointed - and having spent $20 each to walk thru a corn field with battered down corn stalks I can say we won't be back next year.....
  • My wife and I went to check this place out tonight, which was supposedly the opening night for all the haunted attractions. We arrived around 6:00pm and bought the haunted package (corn maze, haunted maze, scream acres, and some sort of haunted ghost hunt thing) and were told that the haunted attractions would open at 8:00pm. This is different from what they state on their website where they say that they open shortly after sundown, so we were expecting it to open by about 7:30. We walked for about an hour and a half and did the smaller activities like the slide and peddle go karts. By 7:30 we had done all the small attractions and the non-haunted maze so we sat at a picnic table and waited for the haunted attractions to open. At 8 people started lining up by the haunted maze as that's when we were told it would open. A few minutes later after realizing there was some type of delay we went to the ghost hunt and were told that it wasn't open due to technical difficulties. We ended up waiting until after 8:30 for anything to open, but nothing ever did. The staff didn't give any explanation for the delay and gave no indication of when it would open, despite a line of restless people outside the haunted maze asking for explanation. Due to the fact that the place closes down at 10 we went to the admission booth and asked for a refund for the haunted activities (as we figured we would not have time to do them at that point) and informed them that nothing was open. The staff did not act surprised or offer any apologies, but we did get our money back and left disappointed. We are yearly visitors to Anderson Farms, which offers all the same types of attractions with much better quality and identical pricing, and we would strongly recommend choosing them over Fritzler.
  • We have been here a few times. There are lots of fun activities in addition to the maze. Go during the day for family fun... and at night for adult, spooky, fun!
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