Top 10 Corn Mazes

See our picks for the coolest, creepiest and most creative corn mazes around the country.

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The Great Vermont Corn Maze

What makes a corn maze great? A 32-foot underground tunnel and a 30-foot cabin cruiser that "sails" on top of the corn. This third-generation dairy farm unveils an entirely new maze design in North Danville, Vermont, each year.

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Sever's Corn Maze

Self-proclaimed the "Midwest's original corn maze," Sever's is now in its 22nd year, and offers apples from nearby orchards and pumpkin patches in addition to its twisted 14-acre maze.

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Kraay Family Farms

The only "tech" that usually comes with a corn maze is a flashlight -- but not at this Alberta, Canada, farm. The Kraay family has been crafting corn mazes since 1999. They even earned the Guinness World Record for the Largest QR code. Of course, you need a smartphone and a plane to test it out.

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Treinen Farm

Wisconsin's largest corn maze is 15 acres (14 and a half football fields) of twists, turns and dead ends.

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Happy Day Farm

This "New Jersey Grown" maze offers 10 acres of fun, a pumpkin festival and lots of games to entertain the whole family in Manalapan, N.J.

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Connors Farm

You can navigate Connors Farm's maze during the day for a family-friendly activity, at night by flashlight or as part of a thrilling, haunted adventure on the weekends.

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Cherry Crest Adventure Farm

Families can spend about an hour in this mind-bending corn maze, exploring over 2.5 miles of paths and scenic bridges with the help of two Maze Masters and clues.

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Queens County Farm Museum

Don't let its size fool you. With just three acres in Floral Park, N.Y., Queens County Farm Museum features a tightly-wound 45-minute maze. Afraid you're not up to the challenge? There are clues in nine hidden mailboxes and corn phones to "tele-stalk" staff for help.

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Long and Scott Farms

You don't have to be up north to get lost in a spooky maze. People in Mt. Dora, Florida, reap the benefits of warm weather and can enjoy this 10-year-old maze until December.

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Richardson Farm

Not too many farms can handle four separate mazes winding through 33 acres of corn. With 24 hidden checkpoints and three wooden bridges, the possibilities are endless at Richardson Adventure Farm in Spring Grove, Illinois.

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