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This Unique Texas Corn Maze Honors Hurricane Harvey Victims


Starting Sept. 23, San Antonio residents will have a new way to help the victims of Hurricane Harvey. The famed Circle N Maze attraction, which produces the largest corn maze in the San Antonio Area, is creating a special maze. The theme is "Texas Strong," and the design honors Hurricane Harvey victims.

The beautiful maze's outer region has several curlicues to become lost in. The inner region is the outline of the state of Texas with the words "Texas Strong" right in the middle. It's an incredible testament to the strength of those living in Texas and how hard everyone is working to rebuild from the damage.

You can catch a glimpse of the new corn maze in this Facebook video.


The maze is a whopping 5.5 miles long, with 2 separate mazes built in. A smaller maze is also available for the smaller kids. Of course, mazes aren't the only things on the agenda at Circle N Maze. They also have a fun pumpkin patch, petting zoo and a lot of other fall activities to enjoy.

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The activities take place on the back 80 acres of Circle N Farm. Originally the theme for this year's maze was "The Headless Horseman," but after Hurricane Harvey hit, the group changed their mind. In addition to creating this beautiful maze, a portion of the proceeds from this season will go to the victims of the hurricane.

Circle N Maze is open on the weekends starting Sept. 23 and runs through Halloween.


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