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We are NOT having the maze this year (2014). Please see the message above in the Current Status Section.
Contact Sam Smith 573-822-2023 (cell) 573-735-2242 (home)
Aerial view of the 2013 Swinkey Corn Maze
The Lemongelli family (left to right....Ben, Anna, Frank and Russell) of Indian Creek stop to pose on the 16' bridge. The bridge is back for its fourth year. As you can see, you can walk over the bridge or under it. (Photo taken Sept. 22, 2012)
CURRENT MAZE STATUS
Posted 9/24/14: We are sorry to announce that we are NOT having the Swinkey Corn Maze this year (2014). We just decided it was best to take a break from it this year. At this time, we are not sure if or when the maze will come back. We will just have to wait and see what next year brings.
On behalf of the Indian Creek Knights of Columbus, thank you to all who have supported the Swinkey Corn Maze over the past 10 years or so. I know we've had some very loyal fans over the years. Your support has been greatly appreciated.
Sam Smith, maze chairman
Indian Creek Knights of Columbus
Kylie and Haylie Begley of Palmyra find one of the 12 straw bales in the scavenger hunt. (Photo taken Sept. 25, 2011)
Joe Karlinski, Evan Lewis, Christopher Lewis, Ryan Deloney, Josie Lewis and Rachel Deloney of Hannibal rest before going into the maze. (Photo taken Sept. 25, 2011)
Oskar and Rosalyn Cobb of Harrisburg prepare to pick out the perfect pumpkin. (Photo taken Sept. 25, 2011)
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Ben and Anna Lemongelli of Indian Creek color in (with the blue colored magic marker that it tied to the bale) their scavenger hunt guide after finding straw bale #1 in the scavenger hunt. (Photo taken Sept. 30, 2011)
Kimberly Sims of Indian Creek fills in her scavenger hunt guide with the green magic marker that is tied to straw bale #2. (Photo taken Sept. 30, 2011)
This group from Palmyra rests in the pavilion after going through the maze on a Friday night. (Photo taken Sept. 30, 2011)
Swinkey Corn Maze chairman, (far left) Sam Smith, and fellow Indian Creek natives (left to right) Ben Lemongelli, Anna Lemongelli, Mary Sims and Kimberly Sims pose on the bridge. (Photo taken Sept. 2010)
Kimberly Sims of Indian Creek ponders her next move. (Photo taken Sept. 30, 2012)