Why wait until Hallowe’en Eve to get turned around in corn mazes, conquer your terror fears, and then catch your breath with apple cider and donuts? Starting in mid-September through the end of October, check out these four October haunts:
Owner Mark Benjamin has hosted thousands of visitors, often year-after-year repeats from many states, for the last 16 years. Seventy-five percent of the three-mile corn maze and “Trail of Terror” are changed every year. The maze is wheelchair-accessible, and “spotters” are high above the maze, to help guide the truly bewildered, and find the lost child that strayed away from the family. Trails and drainage systems are designed to keep trails as dry as possible. There are signed optional exits and shortcuts, in case Susie has to go to the bathroom.
Get ready to scream in the “Trail of Terror.” This is separate from the corn maze. Enter a vortex tunnel that spins around you. They use the same great animations you would expect to see only at Disney World or similar theme parks. Nothing is a cheap handmade cheesy item., After your heart returns to normal, enjoy homemade donuts and cider. Private security is on duty in the free parking area, maze and “Trail of Terror.” A few rules – no pets, no children carried in arms, and cash only. Maze is $8 per person, 4-10 people is $7 person with group rates available. The Trail of Terror is $15 per person” Want to do both? Combo ticket is $20 person.
A perfect outing for a first date to see how each reacts to decision-making. Those inquiring about group rates or special occasions are asked to call in advance. If you leave delighted, spread the word and tell others about BestMaze.