Mazes are often built to hide terrible secrets, such as Minotaurs and collections of Jane Eyre fan fiction. Make a seasonal discovery with this Groupon.
- $15 for a one-person season pass to the corn maze (up to a $30 value)
Adults find their way through a 25-acre corn maze with themes from World War One, offering four different paths: soldier, fighter, pilot, and tank. Kids can find their way through the shorter-hedged rope, rock, and soy bean mazes. The mazes are open Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, September 6th through November 2nd.
Liberty Corn Maze
Each autumn, friends and families meander through the twists and turns of the 25-acre Liberty Corn Maze, whose GPS-precision-cut design changes every year. This year’s design, which pays homage to the American electoral process and Rock the Vote campaign, seeks to encourage local youth to register to vote. Visitors set off down 50-inch-wide trails in a donkey and elephant design lined with tall, swaying stalks, armed only with a map, their wits, and a lion sidekick whose fear makes them strong. Along the way, bridges lift travelers above the stalks and give them a bird’s-eye view of their surroundings. Friendly staffers keep guests on the right trail and help locate lost friends and family members. For young ones, a separate three-foot-high soybean maze provides entertainment while keeping kids within view at all times.