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The A-Maize-ing Farms

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The A-Maize-ing Farms is located in Mayfield, KY. Admission is free for ages up to 2, and higher is $10.00. They can do church and school trips. Their attractions include:

  • Hayride
  • Giant Inflatables
  • Corn Cannon
  • Pumpkins
  • Mums
  • Fall Decorations
  • Photo Props
  • Petting Zoo (Saturday’s Only)

Coye Elliott, Vice Principal of Graves County High School, and the owner of A-Maize-ing Farms said, “This is our 10th year opening. Our corn maze is the largest in Kentucky, and 5th largest in the US. Around nearly 10,000 people visit yearly. The design on the maze this year is war. It’s the 100th anniversary of World War 1.”

There isn’t just a corn maze,” he continued, “we also have inflatables, a pumpkin patch, you can gather your own pumpkins. There are a lot of fall decors. It’s a lot of fun.”

They try to change the theme up each year, every year is just as exciting as the rest. It’s a very fun experience for friends and families. Anyone can go and have the best time. They will be open on Saturdays of September, and all (except Mondays) of October will be open! Everyone should get involved in this fun, adventurous, outdoor experience.

For more information you can visit

http://www.funcornmaze.com/

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