Corn mazes, pick-your-own pumpkins, and apple cannons are just a few of the activities offered from now though Nov.1 at Sauchuk’s.
PLYMPTON — The sweet aroma of apple cider doughnuts welcomes visitors young and old from all over the South Shore to the familiar sights and sounds of Sauchuk’s Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch for the annual festivities.
On weekends through Nov. 1, visitors to the roughly 200 acres can take a hayride to the giant pumpkin patch — a sea of orange and white pumpkins — shoot apples in the apple cannon, take a spin in the cow and bee trains, which are pulled around the corn maze, or enjoy the various family friendly activities scattered across the property. Although COVID-19 put a damper on many of the Plymouth 400 events celebrating the 400th anniversary of the town, the maze still features a tribute to the theme with the design of a Pilgrim, a Native American man, and the Mayflower ship carved into the corn stalks.
The corn maze typically…