Giant Corn Maze Highlights Anderson’s Rock Creek Relics Show
Anderson’s Rock Creek Relics Show is preparing for it’s 21st annual event, happening Saturday and Sunday Sept. 11 and 12. Located 2 miles south of 70 on 361 in Rock Creek, the Relics Show has a bit of something for everyone.
In addition to corn shredding, rock crushing, threshing, blacksmithing and the usual combination of items you’d expect to see at an event like this, there will plenty of activities for the kids. Younger attendees will love the games and crafts, and of course, getting lost in the corn.
One of the highlights of this year’s show is the giant corn maze pictured below. The maze was made, completely by hand, by Brad Anderson and his two grandkids Alex Pangerl (14) and Erica Pangerl (10).
Price of admission to the show is $8, but kids 12 and under are free. Admission to the maze is also included, and interested parties with questions are to call Duane or Judy Anderson at 320-358-4844.
This is an aerial photo of the corn maze, which will also be open to the public for four weekends after the conclusion of Anderson’s Rock Creek Relics Show for a $5 price of admission.