A few years back, the logos of both the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox were cut into the corn maze at Lyman Orchards, in Middlefield, Ct. This year, visitors won't have to take sides, as Lyman Orchards has gone with Pez candy as the focus.
Adrian Fisher, who is credited for creating the world's first corn maze and has designed hundreds over the years, is responsible for this year's Davis Mega Maze, in Sterling, Mass., with plenty of bridges, twists, and turns.
What with this year's release of "Jurassic World," we should have anticipated dinosaurs being a hot corn maze design this fall. Dino-mite mazes are being hosted by the Skelly Farm in Janesville, Wisc., and other farms in Rhode Island and Massachusetts.
Hey Trekkies, here's your chance to walk inside the Starship Enterprise—the corn maze version of it anyway. Sauchuk Farm in Plympton, Mass., decided on the theme for this year's corn maze to celebrate the 50th anniversary of "Star Trek."
The scare factor of corn mazes usually depends on one’s tolerance for actors dressed like zombies and mummies—and there are loads of such shock-value mazes during Halloween season. But sometimes, mazes are scary entirely on their own.
The bright side of Florida weather is that corn maze season doesn’t end quite as early as it does up north. The ten-year-old maze, which pays tribute to Florida’s Lake County, stays open until December 16 (with a visit from Santa on Thanksgiving weekend).
Stroll through the mugs of Bon Jovi, Bruce Springsteen, Joe Pesci, and Frank Sinatra in two mazes of varying difficulty. Need some help navigating the Boss’s nostrils? Answer trivia about the Jersey-bred legends via text to get extra clues.
Despite its small size, the maze still takes about 45 minutes to get through, with the help of clues in nine hidden mailboxes. Those who end up lost can call farm staff via “tele-stalk,” a corn-styled phone.