The Rainbow Labyrinth welcomes you
The Rainbow Labyrinth started as a simple river rock labyrinth back in November of 2018 by visual artist, Kat Miner. The stay-at-home orders imposed due to the coronavirus led to the transformation from simple river rocks to the beautiful Rainbow Labyrinth. Neighborhood children were invited to participate in the rock painting. A box was placed by the curb for rocks to be picked up to paint or dropped off, once painted. Many rocks have unique design elements and all were incorporated into the labyrinth. The Rainbow Labyrinth opened to the neighborhood on May 7, 2020.
Listed in the World Wide Labyrinth Locator and has been documented by Veriditas, a 501c3 non-profit dedicated to inspiring personal & planetary change and renewal through the labyrinth experience. The labyrinth is also listed on the North American Labyrinth Map.
The Labyrinth Experience
The labyrinth is located on the far side of the backyard of our property. It is a safe social distance from the main house and yard. There is a direct entrance to the labyrinth area, so once visitors are welcomed, they can enjoy the labyrinth at their own pace.
There is also a fire pit which enhances the evening atmosphere wonderfully.
At the entrance to the labyrinth, you'll find a bowl of painted rocks. Visitors are invited to select a rock or two to place in the labyrinth. Paint pens are on hand for those that want to decorate or write a word or words on the rock/s.
We host monthly full moon walks. More information about them can be found on The Rainbow Labyrinth Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/therainbowlabyrinth/events/