Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Tree Maze Opens at The Rocks Estate

Tree maze at The Rocks.
Corn mazes have become an autumn tradition in New England. Now Christmas tree shoppers can join in the a-MAZE-ing fun at The Rocks, where a new tree maze meanders through the fields of firs.

The tree maze is one of myriad activities holiday shoppers will find at The Rocks when the farm opens for the season this Saturday, November 19th. 

Looking for the right way...
“There are certain things our regular customers expect when they visit the farm, like our horse-drawn carriage rides and the fire pit for roasting marshmallows,” said longtime Rocks Estate Director Nigel Manley. “But they always want to know what’s different, too. We try to add something new each year to make everyone’s experience here exciting and memorable.”

Aimed toward younger children, the mini labyrinth is marked with fencing and leads wanderers through the fragrant trees. A wrong turn will lead to a dead end, and the signs don’t always point maze explorers in the right direction.

But once kids find their way through, it’s a good bet they’ll want to run back in and do the maze again.

The Rocks will be open daily (closed Thanksgiving Day) from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. from Saturday through Christmas Eve for cut-your-own Christmas trees (or pick one from the lot), shopping in the two gift shops, and other holiday festivities.

(To read more about our giving-made-easy mail order program, check out this Blog post from October.)
We hope to see you on Christmas Lane this season!

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