From Our Editors
Every fall, The Wills Farm scares off boredom with a slew of seasonal and Halloween-related activities, including a pumpkin patch, hayrides, and even laser tag. Of all the farm's family-friendly activities, though, its intricate mazes annually draw the most attention—and with good reason.
There's a Little Tike maze for smaller kids, an Agri-Fact maze designed to teach children about agriculture, and, of course, the big maze. Etched into a cornfield, this eight-acre maze provides legitimate navigational challenges and, much like the White House's doorbell jingle, its design changes every year. On Saturdays in October, ghosts and ghouls overrun the maze's corridors to create a haunted scene that's not suitable for younger kids.