SPRING GROVE, Ill. (WLS) -- Richardson Adventure Farm has announced a last-minute change to its maze design in honor of Chicago's own Stanley Cup champions.
The farm, which claims to be "the world's largest and most intricate corn maze," announced Monday that it will change its design to honor the Chicago Blackhawks.
"So we called our maze designer out in Idaho and asked if he had time to create a new design," said George Richardson. "Then we got permission from the Blackhawks to use their logo. The result is a bold design with the Blackhawks logo in the center and the Chicago skyline in the background, flanked by two hockey players and the word "Champions."
The change was made over the Fourth of July weekend as the maze designer cut 11 miles of trails into the maze's 30-acre corn field with a GPS system as a guide.
The farm is open from Wednesdays through Sundays beginning Aug. 29 through Nov. 1. For more information, visit www.RichardsonAdventureFarm.com.
Farm designs Blackhawks-themed corn maze