Corn Mazes America offers a directory of corn mazes in the United States that you can search by city and state. Not all corn mazes are haunted, but the directory provides links to the corn maze websites where you can find additional information.
A corn maze is a large field of corn that has a path cut into it. The path is of a twisted shape or special design, and people try to find their way through circles and dead-ends to get out of the maze. A haunted corn maze typically includes actors dressed as ghosts or witches along with horror-themed props and special effects. Corn mazes usually offer regular excursions during the day and a haunted theme at night.
Since visitors to a corn maze can expect to walk for quite a while, comfortable clothing and walking shoes make appropriate attire. Visitors should also carry water, bug spray and sunscreen to keep hydrated and comfortable. Night-time visitors may also want to carry a flashlight.
Most corn mazes are open to children and adults, although there may be age-limit restrictions for haunted mazes. Visitors with children may want to bring snacks and other children's essentials, as it can take several hours to get through a maze.