Davis Mega Maze - Sterling, Mass.
Located in Massachusetts, the Davis Mega Maze tends to be a labyrinth of challenges to visitors. This is the type of maze where you should probably have a compass on you, in case you get too lost.
McDonald's Green House and Corn Maze - Zanesville, Ohio
This year’s theme for the Zanesville, Ohio farm is buy local and support farmers. The maze has a tractor hauling produce to a grocer or nearby farmer’s market.
Reding Farm - Chickasha, Okla.
This design focused on the “Bedlam” rivalry between the Oklahoma Sooners and Oklahoma State Cowboys.
CornFusion Maze - Lakeland, Fla.
Even the Sunshine State has corn mazes. The CornFusion Maze in Lakeland payed homage to the local country music station.
NASA Corn Maze - Lehi, Utah
In 2014, NASA engineers placed a corn maze at their Utah facility, sticking to the theme of space exploration. Something tells me this maze was extremely difficult to navigate.
Fender's Farm - Jonesborough, Tenn.
In 2014, Fender’s Farm in East Tennessee payed tribute to the Boy Scouts of America. The maze design included the BSA emblem, as well as the motto “Prepared for Life.”
Treinen Farm - Lodi, Wis.
Located in Wisconsin, the Treinen Farm is going with the theme of “The Fox and the Grape” for 2015. The elaborate detail of this maze looks more fun to fly over than wander.
Corn Dawgs Fun Park - Walnut Grove, Ga.
Located east of Atlanta, Corn Dawgs has drawn many Georgia visitors over the past few years. This year, the farm pays tribute to “American Sniper” Chris Kyle.
The Pumpkin Ranch - Winterset, Iowa
Iowa is certainly known for its corn, so it’s no surprise corn mazes are all over the state. In 2014, the Pumpkin Ranch paid homage to local country singer Jason Brown.
All Seasons Apple Orchard - Woodstock, Ill.
Love them or hate them, Minions from Disney’s “Despicable Me” are everywhere. This corn maze in Illinois was unable to escape their cultural invasion.
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During the fall, corn mazes start to appear on farms across the nation. Every farm has different attractions and traditions. Mazes can have mysteries to solve, benchmarks to pass or several different phases to complete. Some mazes may take a few minutes to complete, while others may take several hours to fully navigate. When Halloween approaches, corn mazes may haunt visitors. Other farms may remain the same throughout the season.
Farmers continue to go above and beyond to make their maze designs intricate and original. Here are 10 corn mazes, some available to walk through this year, where farmers have pushed their creativity and skill to the limit.