THE SALVATION ARMY'S ARMY LAKE CAMP ANNUAL CORN MAZE OPENS FRIDAY 24/09/2013
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
ARMY'S ARMY LAKE CAMP ANNUAL CORN MAZE OPENS FRIDAY
Popular Corn Maze Returns for the Seventh Season with a Brand New Design
East Troy, WI (September 24, 2013) Now in its seventh year, Army Lake Camp is continuing its corn maze tradition in Wisconsin. In partnership with maze designer Bret Herbst the world’s leading designer of 600+ corn mazes, Army Lake Camp hopes to give even more people a chance to experience the unique source of good farmin’ fun in the newly designed labyrinth. This year’s design focuses on the fall season and all that is great about the fall, as well as the purpose behind the fundraising effort—sending kids to camp. Most visitors—adults and children alike—will require about an hour to travel through the more than two miles of paths and turns.
The popular East Troy labyrinth will once again get curious maze-goers lost when it opens on Friday, September 27th. The maze will be open through Saturday, November 2nd. Hours are Fridays 5:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. and Saturdays 11 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Group reservations are available on Wednesdays throughout the day and evening and Thursdays in the evening.
Other activities include: Hayrides, Pumpkin Patch, Corn Cannon, Archery, Barrel Train, Concessions, Climbing Wall, and more!
The Corn Maze is located at N8797 Army Lake Road East Troy, Wisconsin 53120.
Group discounts are available
For more information, please call Stacie Farris at 262-642-6400, ext. 222 or email at email@example.com y.org.
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