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The two RV Gypsies at Fort Custer Maze
in Clear Lake, Iowa on June 2, 2012

Fort Custer Maze in Clear Lake, Iowa
Fort Custer Maze covers nearly two acres and has two miles of trails. It was built like a real Western Fort, including center lookout tower and 4 corner blockhouses. Construction required over a quarter million feet of lumber, enough to construct 10 large homes!

Maze design changes weekly during the summer season. When the two RV Gypsies checked in and paid at the office, their time was logged in and will be logged out of the maze when they are done. There are weekly prizes awarded for the fastest times.

There is a Gift Shop with ''authentic'' western artifacts as well as gifts including Maze T-shirts.

There was also a Jumperoo Bounce Castle for children FREE with admission!

Fort Custer Maze was designed by the ''World's Leading Maze Consultant'' - Adrienne Fisher, who is based out of Portsmouth, England and has written several maze books and designed well over 200 mazes worldwide.

The entrance to the Fort Custer Maze
As the two RV Gypsies found each of the 8 stations, they stamped their card. This took the two RV Gypsies about 50 minutes.
Fort Maze stamp card
the Fort Custer maze layout
Laughing dudeThe two RV Gypsies circled around station 5 about three times.
Lee Duquette at the Fort Custer Maze in Clear Lake, Iowa
Lee Duquette at the Fort Custer Maze in Clear Lake, Iowa
View of the Fort Custer Maze from one of the stamp towers.
View of the Fort Custer Maze from one of the stamp towers
View of the Fort Custer Maze from one of the stamp towers

Karen Duquette trying to find
her way in the maze

Lee Duquette getting stamping
his card at station 7
Karen Duquette trying to find her way in the  Fort Custer maze
Lee Duquette getting stamping his card
Lee Duquette climbed a few stairs to the tower so he could see the stamp stations and maybe the layout of the maze.
Lee Duquette is excited about finding more stamp stations
Lee Duquette is excited about finding more stamp stations
Views from some of the stamp stations inside the Fort Custer Maze
Views from some of the stamp stations inside the Fort Custer Maze
Views from some of the stamp stations inside the Fort Custer Maze
Views from some of the stamp stations inside the Fort Custer Maze
Views from some of the stamp stations inside the Fort Custer Maze
Views from some of the stamp stations inside the Fort Custer Maze
Views from some of the stamp stations inside the Fort Custer Maze
Views from some of the stamp stations inside the Fort Custer Maze
Views from some of the stamp stations inside the Fort Custer Maze
Karen Duquette in the Fort Custer Maze
Karen Duquette at the Fort Custer Maze in Clear Lake, Iowa
Karen Duquette at the Fort Custer Maze in Clear Lake, Iowa
A teepee just outside the entrance station of the Fort Custer Maze in Clear Lake, Iowa.
A teepee just outside the entrance station of the Fort Custer Maze in Clear Lake Iowa
Lee Duquette in the teepee at Fort Custer Maze
Lee Duquette in the teepee at Fort Custer Maze
Below: Karen Duquette took a break on the swing after completing the Fort Custer Maze. It was a lot of fun and the two RV Gypsies highly recommend the Fort Custer Maze in Clear Lake, Iowa as a fun place to visit.
Karen Duquette takes a break on the swing
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Below are more sections of the adventures of the two RV Gypsies in Iowa. You may view them in any order you wish. The page you are on cannot be chosen from here. There is also a link to the Jolly Green Giant and Redwood Falls below.
Des Moines Botanical Center
Center Street Bridge Walk
John and Mary PappaJohn
Sculpture Park
Adventureland Amusement Park
Living History Farms in Urbandale
The Buddy Holly Plane Crash Memorial
Central Gardens of North Iowa
Clear Lake, Iowa
Fort Custer MAZE in Clear Lake, Iowa
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AFTER you have viewed all 9 sections above, please continue on to the adventures of the two RV Gypsies in Minnesota: The Jolly Green Giant and Redwood Falls