Though originally designed to catch aliens making crop circles, corn mazes have also proven to be effective traps for runaway scarecrows. Navigate a corn security system with today’s Groupon to North Georgia Corn Maze in Cleveland. Choose from the following options:
- For $10, you get two adult or child admissions to the corn maze (up to a $20 value).
- For $14, you get two adult or child admissions to the corn maze and the hayride (up to a $28 value).
- For $27, you get two adult or child admissions to the corn maze, the hayride, and the haunted house (up to a $54 value).<p>
North Georgia Corn Maze invites visitors to feel the satisfying crunch of leaves beneath their feet, inhale the crisp breeze, and gaze at the cornucopia of colors gracing the mountainscape while traversing autumnal attractions. Guests should sprinkle a trail of GPS-enabled breadcrumbs as they navigate 7 acres of vertically gifted carbohydrates, then rest feet during a 20-minute tractor-pulled hayride that ventures through fields dotted with grazing cattle, wild deer, and artistically efficient turkeys, known to trace the outlines of their feet when trying to easily depict Christmas trees. Thrill-seekers stare intently at the sun as it descends below the horizon before mustering the courage to face the horrors held in the House of Burm. A misguided, macabre doctor lures naïve guests down a rickety elevator into his dungeon, where a python roams for dinner while mourning his heyday as a pop-starlet backup dancer.
North Georgia Corn Maze closes for the season on November 20, and fall aficionados should peruse the schedule to learn more about when the haunted house welcomes guests. Like the lesson learned from wearing a mink stole to a PETA luncheon, admission for children younger than 3 is free.
North Georgia Corn Maze
North Georgia Corn Maze twists and turns for seven acres, or nearly three miles. Beyond this vast stalk-linked labyrinth lies an abundance of family-friendly activities, including hayrides that circle past stunning mountain views and grazing cattle. More fun awaits in the kid's corner, where youngsters can greet petting zoo critters or frolic in a sandbox filled with 8 million corn kernels left over from a giant's popcorn bowl.
When night falls, the maze's grounds turn into a theater for the movie under the stars series, which shows some of Hollywood's latest on a giant outdoor screen. The films' soundtracks mostly drown out the screams emanating from the nearby House of Burm, a "dungeon of fear" teeming with giant pythons, bloodied zombies, and other creepy characters.