Ruh-roh, Raggy, it's a corn maze! Woodstock orchard teams with Volo Auto Museum

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Contacts: Esther Hong, marketing director, All Seasons Apple Orchard

(815) 338-5637;

and Brian Grams, director, Volo Auto Museum

(815) 385-3644;



Ruh-roh, Raggy, it’s a corn maze!

Woodstock orchard teams with Volo Auto Museum


WOODSTOCK — Cinematic BFFs Shaggy and Scooby Doo are carved into several acres of corn for this year’s All Seasons Apple Orchard corn maze.


Also scribed in the stalks in larger-than-life lettering are the words “Volo Auto Museum.” An office conversation at All Seasons resulted in the two tourism venues teaming up for the fall festivity. Volo is providing its Scooby Doo Mystery Machine for display at All Seasons throughout fall.


“This year we needed a corn maze design and we were thinking ‘What should we do?’” said Esther Hong, director of marketing for All Seasons, located at 14510 Route 176, Woodstock.


“One of the first things we thought about was a movie theme. And our office manager, Christine Gardner, said ‘Have you thought about Volo, because they have all of the cars from all of those movies?’” Hong continued. “So then we checked it out on (Volo Auto Museum’s) website, and it seemed like it could be an interesting partnership.”


Brian Grams, director of Volo Auto Museum, agreed.


“This is a first for us,” Grams said. “You can see our name from a plane!”


The entire maze spans about 12 acres, and features 3 miles of pathways and a lookout bridge. The maze opened Aug. 31. The colorful van known to Scooby fans as the Mystery Machine will be on view as of Sept. 9. And a special one-time appearance of Volo’s Batmobile is planned for Sept. 21, Hong and Grams said.


All Seasons features the maze, a pumpkin patch and apple-picking, and is open daily in September and October. More information is available at or by calling (815) 338-5637.


Volo Auto Museum is located at 27582 Volo Village Road, Volo. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. For other information, visit, find Volo Auto Museum on Facebook, or call (815) 385-3644.