Great Vermont Corn Maze
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Fun for everyone! The maze is as challenging as you'd like. The fun zones are great for kids and the views are breath taking!
Only in Autumn can you enjoy this unique and beautiful maze. It changes every year so you can visit annually! They even do a Halloween haunted event!!!
The maze is a fun way to spend the day. The haunted walk is something you need to buy tickets to early.
Because you cannot come to Vermont without a stop at the GREAT VERMONT CORN MAZE! It is always a delight, and challenge! Enjoy
There are so many things to do here -- more is added every year. Kids and adults love this place.
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