Every fall, farms across the United States transform their corn fields into interactive mazes, perfect for a fall family outing. But unfortunately, many people won’t be able to travel to visit their local mazes this year. That’s why the folks at NetCredit decided to digitally replicate a selection of the most amazing corn mazes so readers can find their way through — and out of — these beautiful mazes from the comfort of their homes.
To do this, NetCredit used the Corn Mazes America database to curate a selection of corn mazes that are challenging and unique-looking. They then worked with CG artists to render them at the perfect angle to be solved on screen. The result? A slice of armchair travel allowing you to solve America’s craziest mazes without even stepping foot in them. While some of the solutions are quite difficult, others are certainly more straight-forward — regardless, the creativity and fun of these mazes are readily apparent!
You can click the graphic below to see each maze and a gif of the solutions.
These are the seven mazes that were selected:
- Treinen Farm’s Trilobite Maze — Lodi, Wisconsin. The Treinen Farm’s 2017 corn maze was a giant trilobite, which is Wisconsin’s state fossil.
- Treworgy Family Orchards’ Blueberries for Sal Maze — Levant, Maine. In 2019, the Treworgy family’s maze won second place in the USA Today Reader’s Choice Award.
- Gull Meadows Maze — Richland, Michigan. Since 1949, the Wendzel family has been farming and providing family fun on their farm.
- Queens County Farm Maze –Queens, New York. Attendees have the opportunity to get lost in NYC’s only corn maze at Queens County Farm.
- Cherry Crest Adventure Farm Maze — Ronks, Pennsylvania. Celebrating 25 years in business, Cherry Crest Farms knows a thing or two about corn mazes.
- Davis Mega Maze’s Lost Vegas — Sterling, Massachusetts. In 1998, the Davis family launched a whole new Davis Mega Maze farm park, just two years after trying out their first corn maze. It has been a hit ever since.
- Lentini Farms Maze — Fredon Township, New Jersey. The Lentini Farm consist of a 10 acre corn maze consisting of approximately three miles of walking paths!
This project is part of a series of content campaigns commissioned by NetCredit that are focused on the history, culture, and nature of the United States. These projects have the goal of shining a light on achievements and issues, as well as celebrating the country and educating readers on the history and unique culture of each state.