It seems that transforming a haunted Halloween location into a Christmas wonderland is becoming more popular in Idaho. In recent years, the Burley Straw Maze has made the amazing transformation from tunnels of terror to a magical maze for Christmas and people love it. But Burley isn't the only one getting on that Christmas sleigh of change: there's a Nampa straw maze dressing in Christmas lights this year too.

Nampa Straw Maze Open For Christmas Season

This will be the first year for the Shindig Farms to stay open through Christmas and decorate their maze in beautiful lights instead of the tears of terrified visitors. They are following the same business pattern as the Burley Straw Maze and are even using pictures from Burley on their Facebook page.

The theme of the Nampa straw maze is 'Lost in Christmas', again following the same pattern as the Burley maze, and will be open for their first season starting this week.

Nampa 'Lost In Christmas' Is More Than Just A Maze

Not only can you adventure through the well-lit maze of straw bales but you can also pick out your Christmas tree, take a horse-drawn wagon ride, and enjoy sweet treats and music.

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Prices For The 'Lost In Christmas' Straw Maze In Nampa, Idaho

Admission to the Nampa straw maze is $10 per person. Wagon rides are $4 and Christmas trees are $10 per foot.

The maze is open December 2-4, 9-11, 16-18, and 20-23.

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