They need a better system for getting the lines to move faster. We arrived at 8:30 on a Friday night. We waited in line for 30 mins to purchase our tickets, from there we stood in line for 2 hours waiting to get onto the tractor-pulled trailer that takes you over to the corn maze.
I paid $36 for my two daughters and I, so I feel it was overpriced for this type of activity. The worse part was the crush of the crowd pressing forward to get to the front, many people, mostly teenagers crowded on ahead of us, this constant cutting in line continually moved us farther and farther back.
Some employees showed up around 10:30 and started threatening the crowd to move back, the crowd was understandably unwilling to move backwards because we knew that if we left any open spaces in front of us that those spaces would quickly fill with more people and then we would be even further back in line.
A group of us relented and moved backwards about 10 feet, and sure enough, our places were taken by a flood of people.
The worse part was the exhaust fumes from the tractor's, the tractors would pull-up and idle while loading and unloading passengers. The fumes were getting so strong that I began to get nauseous, a lady in front of me said that she was getting a headache from it. I felt like I was being gassed.
Finally at 11:05pm, I could no longer endure it, so I escaped the torture and took my girls and went home. It would take a lot to convince me to ever go back and try again.