Ryan & Bethany’s “wild adventure” began in 2001: Ryan a senior at Shelley High School, Bethany a Sophomore at Hillcrest. Ryan graduated & served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Cleveland, Ohio. Ryan came home mid way through Bethany’s senior year, & it didn’t take long for them to start dating! They got married shortly after & started the next chapter of their epic adventure. They headed to Utah for a few years while Ryan pursued a higher education degree. He graduated with a dual bachelor’s in Business Management & Finance. Bethany was busy starting a family, while simultaneously earning her Cosmetology license. When the education chapter of the adventure was closed, they moved back to Idaho & got to work!
Ryan used his degree to pursue a career in banking for a couple years, then moved onto insurance, before finally landing in farming. This is where the fun began! He enjoys the dirt, being outside & the challenge & variety that farming provides. He missed it & began farming with his dad & uncles. He began the process of buying the farm in 2014, & by 2018 was running the operation on his own. The Searle family took over Wild Adventure Corn Maze in 2019.
Their greatest adventure is their family. Ryan and Bethany have a goal to teach their five children to be self sufficient and work hard. Everyone has a role in this family operation! Their older kids work on the farm, run their own lawn care business and work at the corn maze. The younger ones are busy watching and learning so one day they can follow in those hard working foot steps. You’ll likely see them when you visit the Wild Adventure Corn Maze.
They believe family is important to the success of any community. They love this area and want to provide a fun place where the whole family can bond and enjoy time away from the stresses of everyday life.
Work hard—play hard is their motto for this wild adventure! They hope you’ll join them on your next chapter of play!
The Wild Adventure Corn Maze is open for business
Moved locations to off exit 98 in Blackfoot
Added zip lines &
First candy drop at the maze
Moved locations to off exit 113 in Idaho Falls
Added Sunflower Patch
Expanded Sunflower Patch to be bigger & better! Added hatchet throwing
Added bungee trampoline & rock wall
We believe in HIGH VALUE for your hard earned dollars.
Included with admission is all 3 mazes with corresponding games, zip line, barrel train, wagon ride, bounce pads, slides, corn cannon, bomb bowling, corn hole, rock wall, bungee trampoline, and toddler town. For an additional $5 you can enjoy some ax throwing!
We believe in creating UNIQUE BEAUTY for our community.
As an extension to the maze, the Searle’s began Sunflower Days. There you will find 9 acres of sunflowers and over 25 different varieties. This is breathtaking way to spend your summer evenings. There really is nothing better than watching an Idaho sunset over a sunflower field. You won’t want to miss this opportunity and don’t forget your cameras!
We believe in doing our part to BUILD a COMMUNITY.
We enjoy working with other locally owned businesses. We love bringing in new vendors for food variety, as well as a variety of entertainment. Have an idea? Contact us to see if it’s a fit!
We believe in GIVING BACK.
We love the USA and make it a priority to have a Veterans Celebration Day. We also make a yearly donation to the Phoenix QRF.
We believe in CREATING OPPORTUNITIES.
We believe in HARD WORK.
Our employees work hard to provide a place you can come and enjoy. If you know someone interested in a hard working adventure have them message us on FB or call us to get the ball rolling (208) 391-7500.
We believe in PLAYING HARD.
Life is short! We hope you’ll take a few moments and come enjoy everything we have to offer with the ones you love! Can’t wait to see you there!
100 Years of Boy Scouts
George Washington, to God & Country
Duck Dynasty, Ducks Fear Them
Corps of Discovery: Lewis & Clark and Sacajawea
Race to the Moon
Thank You Heroes
Hope for a Cure
Thank You Military
Wild Wild West
Where are you located?
6070 South 45 West Idaho Falls, ID 83402
From I-15, Take Exit 113. Go West for about half a mile on W 65th S. Corn maze will be down a gravel road on the left just past Doug Andrus Distributing.
What are you hours?
Monday-Thursday 5pm – 9pm
Friday-Saturday 12pm – 11pm
Monday-Thursday 5pm – dark
Friday-Saturday 12pm – dark
Who gets in on a family pass?
2 adults and their biological children 18 and younger living in the same household.
I just want to buy some pumpkins, do I need to pay admission?
In short, yes. Getting to the pumpkin patch requires walking through all the activities. Come enjoy the fun and pick your pumpkins straight from the field.
Do you host birthday parties?
The corn maze is a great place to have a birthday party. The best way to do that is to book on our website as a group. You will need to purchase 15 tickets and the $25 refundable deposit. We do not allow outside food, but you may bring in cake and ice cream.
What’s included with admission?
For the Maze: Unlimited access to all 3 mazes & their games. Also barrel train, wagon ride, bounce pads, slides, zip line, corn cannon, bomb bowling, corn hole, bungee trampoline, rock wall, toddler town & more.
For $5 you can enjoy 10 minutes of Ax Throwing.
For the Sunflowers: Access to the 9 acres of sunflowers, perfect photo opportunities, zip lines, corn hole and a ride through the flowers.
Does admission to sunflower days also get us into the corn maze?
Sunflower Days and Corn Maze are two separate events run at different times. We do have a bundle package available to purchase that will include Sunflower Days and Corn Maze. This must be purchased as a bundle in the same transaction.