Calendar of events
Juneteenth, also know as
Emancipation Day, celebrates the
ending of slavery on June 19, 1865,
in one of the last Confederate
holdouts of the Civil War —
Galveston, Texas. Nearly two months
after the war ended on that date,
blacks there first received official
word that slavery was abolished.

After originating in Galveston, the
celebration every June 19 has slowly
spread and is now officially
recognized as a state holiday or
state holiday observance in 25 states.
Indiana does not recognize the day
as an official state holiday, but many
events throughout the state, such as
the one at Lyles Station,
commemorate the day.
Saturday, October 1st
  • Tours of the Historic Lyles Station School.
  • The Lyles Station Corn Maze will be open for the season
  • BBQ dinners
  • Inflatables for the kids, pumpkin paining, hay rides, petting zoo and more!

  • Call to make reservations for a family reunion

Bring your kids out for a night of aMAZing fun!
Get lost inside over 10 acres of Indiana corn, small petting zoo, hay rides, pick a pumpkin from our patch, paint
pumpkins, enjoy a campfire, hot apple cider, weenies, s‘mores & mores!

3 and under- free admission into the Maze.
Please bring cash, credit cards not accepted
Group packages available.
Lyles Station  Corn Maze

Every weekend in October
Ages 12 and up- $6
4-12 - $4

Fridays– 5:00 p.m.—8:00 p.m.
Saturdays - 1:00 p.m.. - 8:00 p.m.
Sundays- 2:00 pm- 5:00 p.m
Join us October 28th & 29th
for a special Haunted Maze-

8:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.

Haunted Maze Prices:
Adults 12 and up- $7
Kids 4-12 - $6
Gibson County ART SHOW_ December 3rd, 1-4pm and December 4th, 2-4pm
Art from local schools will be on display, musical entertainment and refreshments will be served.
953 N. County Road, 500 W.
PO Box 1193
Princeton, IN 47670