Whether creepy or cute, here are some options for getting your corn maze on:
America West Heritage Center: In Wellsville, they’re keeping Cache Valley’s original corn maze alive with three mazes: one classic, one for kiddos, and one not for the faint-of-heart. Details here.
Bigfoot Corn Maze: Get your shoes inside Bigfoot’s Corn Maze in Pleasant Grove. Shaped like Sasquatch, you just might make a sighting. See here.
Black Island Farms: Hayrides, bonfires and a garden stocked with pumpkins, squash, carrots and more are part of this affair, located in Syracuse. Learn more here.
Cornbelly’s Corn Maze: Thanksgiving Point whips up a mean, classic Halloween extravaganza. Head to Lehi to trench through a 13-acre cornmaze, bundle up for a hayride, or take a hard day’s work out on an enormous jumping pillow. Learn more about Cornbelly’s here.
Crazy Corn Maze: Bigger and better this year, check out a “maize” from the company with a record-number of “corny” creations. You can get a dollar off this West Jordan puzzle by visiting the website.
Hee Haw Farms: Things get extreme at this Pleasant Grove hideaway with the “Cornevil Corridor” alongside the hayrides and less-evil, run-of-the-mill maze. Get times and prices here.