Get your Halloween thrills at America’s spookiest corn mazes! From evil clowns to haunted legends, these mazes are not for the faint-hearted. Find your scare now!
Every October, Halloween lovers can’t wait to get their scare on. One of the best ways to do that? Navigate a haunted corn maze, packed with everything from evil clowns to spooky scarecrows. So, if you’re brave enough to face these nightmarish figures and find your way out, read on. Warning: These mazes are not for the faint of heart or young kids!
Monsters and creepy clowns pop out from the dark corners of the Scarecrow Mayhem maze at Fear Farm. They’ve even got a twisted carnival with messed-up performers!
In Thornton, Colorado, the Haunted Field of Screams lives up to its name, bordering a road with its own haunted history. This maze takes you on a hayride to the “Riverdale Gates of Hell,” filled with zombies, evil clowns, and other horrors.
Just north of Seattle, Stalker Farms brings a new meaning to its name. Not only do evil clowns and demons lurk, but the farm also offers other attractions like a non-scary maze and paintball.
In the Hudson Valley, dare to walk through a maze filled with unsettling beings. If you survive, you can explore other creepy corners of the fictional Crow Hollow town, maybe even meeting the Headless Horseman himself.
Imagine a place where you scream not for ice cream but from fear. Creamy Acres Farm in New Jersey does just that. Every fall, the farm shifts from serving ice cream to scaring folks with Night of Terror, complete with chainsaw chases and haunted hayrides. One fan favorite? The Harvest maze, crawling with zombies and, you guessed it, evil clowns.
Just a quick drive from the famously haunted town of Salem, Hysteria at Connors Farm takes thrill-seekers through more than just cornfields. Get ready for sinister swamps, scary orchards, and even a real 17th-century graveyard. A couple even got so lost they had to call 911, making it a legend among maze lovers.
Heap’s Haunted Corn Maze in Illinois comes with its own ghostly tale. Legend has it that a former caretaker vanished without a trace, but his spirit, known as “The Shredder,” still haunts the place. Heap’s mixes frights with fun, offering moonlight hayrides and less scary flashlight mazes for those looking for a lighter experience.
Step into Kersey Valley, a town with a tragic past and haunted present. From ghosts in a witch’s house to demons in an abandoned hospital, this place has it all. And if you make it through the Harvest of Fear maze, you still have to survive a terrifying tram ride through a werewolf-infested forest.
Just 15 miles from Philadelphia, this farm-based attraction pulls out all the stops. Walking through the Revenge of the Scarecrows Haunted Corn Trail is a spookfest of its own, with lifelike monsters and fire effects. If you escape, test your nerves at the Bates Motel or on a chilling haunted hayride.
So, are you brave enough to take on America’s spookiest corn mazes? With so many choices, finding your perfect Halloween scare has never been easier.
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