Olympia corn maze shaped like Seahawk Marshawn Lynch

Corn Maze Lynch
This year's corn maze at the Rutledge Farm in Olympia features a nearly full-body image of Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch. (www.rutledgecornmaze.com) | Zoom
Are you beast enough to tame the Marshawn Lynch corn maze in Olympia?

This year's corn maze at the Rutledge Farm features a nearly full-body image of the Seahawks running back.

"Every year, it's a big decision, but we really enjoyed his Beast Mode and the fans were so behind that," says Camille Hemenway, of Rutledge.

The image was laid-out by GPS and not cut into a planted field.

She says the maze, planted in March, will open to the public on Aug. 10 and Lynch will visit Sept. 1 to help raise money for his charity, Fam 1st Foundation and sign autographs.

Hemenway says his charity is aimed at empowering and uplifting kids the in Bay Area, where Lynch lives.

"This one is going to take a little bit of time to get through. It's combined two mazes and it should take you a good hour and a half, two hours to get through," says Hemenway.

She says they have another haunted corn maze that opens in the fall for Halloween.


KIRO Radio Staff, Staff report
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