Catherine’s Nightmare Before Christmas comes to life. Her Haunted Halloween creatures are taking over Christmas on the farm. Navigate through the dark, creepy maze to find your way to Christmas Land. Do you dare to enter?
As always, we never charge for parking or admission to enter the farm. For our young farmers, our “hayground” and corn box are back, as well as assorted yard games.
Starting Friday, December 6th, Catherine’s Nightmare Before Christmas Maze will be open on Friday and Saturday nights, until December 21st from 6-10pm. Admission to the Maze is $8 per person if purchased in advance.
Due to high volume of tickets purchased from 6pm until 10pm on Fridays and Saturdays, we offer tickets for sale online in 30 minute intervals to help alleviate the lines. You will receive an e-mail confirmation. Print the confirmation and bring it to the farm to exchange it for admission to the Maze.
We will still be selling tickets on the farm for our walk-up customers. Admission to the maze $10 per person if purchased on the farm. Online tickets will not be available after 5pm each night we are open.
WARNING: The maze may be too intense for very young children and is not recommended for children under 8. Children under 16 will not be admitted without an adult. No costumes, masks or flashlights allowed.
If you plan on experiencing both Catherine’s Nightmare Before Christmas Maze and Santa’s Enchanted Forest, we highly recommend purchasing your tickets one hour apart.
Our food truck, which is owned and operated by our very own Lake Catherine Catering and Events, will be serving dinner during hours of operation. Our full liquor bar will be offering signature cocktails, specialty winter cordials, as well as beer and wine. Fire pits will be available for you to enjoy and s’mores packages will be available for purchase.
The maze field is grown with Sunn Hemp. We use Sunn Hemp to build residue, sequester nitrogen, suppress weeds and improve soil health. When planted as a summer annual it regularly produces 2.5 tons of biomass and 120 lbs of nitrogen per acre. Sunn Hemp has also been found to greatly reduce nematode populations.