Spud plants oust corn maze

Richard Johnson, owner of the Wild Adventure Corn Maze describes the new location when the Morning News visited on Friday.
Catie Clark

Many in the area have noticed that the corn maze has gone missing. The location of the Wild Adventure Corn Maze on Rose Road is currently covered with potato plants with not a single corn stalk in sight.
The maze has been uprooted. It has put down new roots just two miles over the Bonneville County line.
The new home for the maze is just north of the Doug Andrus truck terminal on the west side of I-15, just off exit 113, on S. 45th W.
"The rumors are true; we've moved," Richard Johnson, owner of the corn maze, said.
The corn for the maze is currently growing at the new location. The new maze will open in mid-september and stay open until the third of November.
Read the entire story in the print edition of the Morning News.