Roxanne established Schopf's
Hilltop Dairy in the 1980's
and have been leaders in the dairy industry ever
And so it was, one day in
January, 2001 they began to fantasize about
developing a giant corn maze. Then they met the
folks at Great
Adventure Corn Mazes
and their planning went high-tech...
services include on-site GPS mapping and on-site
computerized corn maze cutting. The results... an
awesome challenge and a great way to exercise brain
and body - a five star adventure!
1st Annual Corn Maze in 2001...
The image on the right is the actual
design layout for the first Dairy View
corn maze. Cut in the summer of 2001, it
covered 17 acres of cornfield!
2nd Annual Corn Maze in 2002
Dairy View's mascot, Cookie the Cow's salute
to America. It included an inner maze of 1.5
milles with six marker stations and a bridge
(pictured on the map in blue). The outer
maze included another 4 miles of trails with
6 more stations to locate on a 20 acre site.
3rd Annual Corn Maze in 2003 celebrated
"Cookie at Play" with three different maze
= 1.3 miles
= 3.9 miles
= 2.7 miles
the Fall we began to feature special
Halloween holiday events...
to explore the 2003 Haunted Corn Maze!
Annual Corn Maze in 2004 featured: "A Salute to
from each paid 2004 admission was donated to the Green
Bay Packer Foundation.
The Foundation assists in a wide variety of
activities and programs that benefit education,
civic affairs, health services, human services and
Annual Corn Maze in 2005 featured: "Cookie's
Harvest provided guests with three different
Orange Maze - 2 miles of trail
Green Maze - 3.3 miles of trail
Black Maze - 2.5 miles of trail
Annual Corn Maze in 2006 featured: "Cookie's
Annual Corn Maze in 2007 featured: "Cookie's
Annual Corn Maze in 2008 featured: "A Salute
Annual Corn Maze in 2009 featured: "Cookie's
Annual Corn Maze in 2010
presented a FSI...
Farm Scene Investigation!
Find out who kidnapped Farmer Denny.
Annual Corn Maze in 2011 featured the town of
Egg Harbor's Sesquicentennial...
Happy 150 year birthday!
Dress appropriately for the weather,
sunscreen or rain gear. Wear substantial
footwear, like athletic shoes or hiking
boots. You can expect to be in the maze for
approximately 2 hours of engaging fun.
daily in season - please, call for times.
the Dairy View Corn Maze each year from late
summer through the end of October...
Every paid entry also includes a
chance to win a major prize in the Dairy
View Corn Maze Annual Drawing,
awarded at the close of the season.