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Join us for a Live Country Music Night special event this Saturday night the October 14th! Details in special events section below.

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Dates and Hours:

Weekly Hours:
  • Monday: Closed except on extra dates - see below
  • Tuesday: Closed
  • Wednesday: 6-9pm
  • Thursday: Closed except on extra dates - see below
  • Friday: 6-9pm - extended hours on extra dates - see below
  • Saturday: 10am - 9pm
  • Sunday: noon - 6pm

Additional Dates and Hours
  • Monday, 9/25: 12:00-5:00pm
  • Thursday, 10/19: 12:00-5:00pm
  • Friday, 10/20: 12:00-9:00pm

We let the last group into the maze at closing time. Hayride and concessions close 1 hour later. The mini-train does not run after dark.


Hours of entertainment for about the price of a movie!

  • General: $13/person
  • Children age 5-11: $11/person
  • Age 4 and under free

PowerJump Bungee Trampoline: $8 (We do not run the PowerJump when the temperature is below 45°F.)

Pumpkins and Concessions available

Payment Accepted: Cash, Check, Credit Card

Groups, Parties, and Weekdays

Groups are welcome to come on days we are open. No reservation is needed but if you would like to reserve a few tables in our tent to have a party, please call or message us!

Special Event - Live Country Music Night

October 14th: 6:30-10:00 pm
Tickets $20 at the door

Music Night

Live Country Music Night at the Bozeman Maze! Make your way through the maze then dance the night away to live country music by The Dirt Farmers with swing dance lessons by Western Country Roots Dancing!

Come and enjoy a live country music night with Western Country Roots Dancing at the Bozeman Maze on Saturday, October 14th from 6:30 – 10:00 pm. Swing dance lessons by Western Roots Country Dancing start at 6:30 pm and live music by high energy blue grass/country band The Dirt Farmers starts at 7:30 pm.

Admission is $20/person at the door starting at 6:00 pm. DM us for more details!

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The Dirt Farmers are an upbeat, high-energy, blue grass band out of Bozeman. A foot-stomping string band, the Dirt Farmers offer a fun-loving mix of old school country, bluegrass, blues and rock with the occasional take on a hip-hop classic. The band members serve it all up with a mandolin, banjo, guitar, fiddle and bass with vocal harmonies.

If you like to swing dance, want to learn how or just want to enjoy some live country music, you won’t want to miss this fun fall event happening at the Bozeman Straw Bale Maze located at 1340 E. Valley Center Road between Belgrade and Bozeman on Saturday, October 14th starting at 6:30 pm.

What We Offer

  • 5000 Bale Maze
  • PowerJump Bungee Trampoline
  • Mini-train
  • Hay Ride
  • Corn Bins
  • Courtyard Games
  • Party Tent
  • Photo Worthy Location
  • Reasonably Priced Concessions
  • A relaxing community atmosphere.

Finding Us

Short Directions:

Drive 5 miles west of Costco on Valley Center Road. We are on the South side of Valley Center between Love Lane and Alaska Road. Navigate with GPS to "Bozeman Maze" or 1340 E Valley Center Road, Bozeman.

Detailed Directions:

From 19th Avenue in Bozeman, turn South on Valley Center at the stoplight by Costco. Drive 4.85 miles (1/2 mile past Love Lane). The maze is on the South side of the road. Look for signs.

From the Bozeman-Yellowstone Airport Interstate Exit, drive South on Alaska Road. Turn left (East) on Valley Center. Drive 1/2 mile and the maze is on the South side of the road.

Frequently Asked Questions

It is possible to schedule a private opening of the maze and hayride. Our minimum charge for a private opening is $500 so we suggest a group of 50 people minimum. Please contact us for details.

Sometimes we are forced to close due to weather in order to protect the maze, the field, and our employees from damage. Excessive moisture, cold, and/or wind can force us to close. Also, we do not run the PowerJump in temperatures below 45° or rain due to safety. Check our home page or Facebook if you are unsure if we'll be open.

No, we do not allow strollers and wagons in the maze. Becuase strollers/wagons are long, they are difficult to navigate through the maze and cause congestion. It is hard to turn a stroller/wagon around in a dead end.

We do not allow dogs/animals in the maze itself but we do allow dogs on leash in area surrounding the maze. Please clean up after your dog. Service animals are welcome.

The maze is 3 to 4 bales tall (4-6 ft) and designed to challenge people of all ages. The varying height contributes to the confusion.

Typically, our busiest hours are during in the middle of the day and evenings, from 1-4 pm and 7 to 8 pm. If you want to avoid the crowd, plan to arrive at our opening time, during dinner hours, or close to our closing time. Remember, we let the last person into the maze at our posted closing time.

Yes, it is safe. We always have someone on our watch tower keeping a lookout for danger. We also have specialized fire extinguishers and tractors on site. Our staff is trained in their use and in evacuation procedures just in case.

We care about everyone's health and want to provide a safe environment for our guests. This is an outdoor event with constant airflow. We have attempted to make our pathways wider and have also provided more open areas in the maze so guests have more room. We do not require our guests to wear masks.

There are several ways to get in touch with us. You can message through the Bozeman Maze Facebook Page, Google Business Page, Email Us, or Call Us using the numbers on our contact information page.

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