Fritzler Farm Announces 9/11 Design for Corn Maze to Honor Fallen
A sure sign that the fall season is here is when you hear that Fritzler Farm Park has announced their corn maze design for the year.
This year's patriotic design is to honor the Tunnel to Tower Foundation, an organization that, thus far, has provided 450 mortgage-free homes to first responders, veterans, and their families with financial hardships, in addition to raising over $250 million; it's an organization close to Fritzler Farm Park's owner, Glen Fritzler.
The organization was started by the brother of Stephen Stiller, one of the 343 firefighters who gave their lives while saving others on September 11, 2001. Stephen's journey that day took him from the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel to the Twin Towers; hence, 'Tunnel to Towers.'
Coloradans that have been helped by the organization include Brandon Adam, Logan Brokaw, Robert Easley Jr. as well as the families of Will Lindsay and Eric Tulley.
With 2021 being the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks, this design is a fitting tribute to the fallen, as well as the heroes that remain.
In their 21st season, Fritzler Farm Park sits on 15 acres in LaSalle, with the famous corn maze (including Scram Acres,) the U-Pick Pumpkin Patch, pillow jumps, slides, ball zones, inflatables, pumpkin cannons, the beer garden, and more.
The 2021 season runs September 19 through October 31, with ticket prices starting at $22.95. Get more on this year's events and Tunnel to Towers from Fritzler Farm Park HERE.