An amazing maze of maize

The adventures of the Napoleon Maze having been entertaining families this fall since September 20th and will come to an end Saturday.

The Napoleon Maze is made up of a cornfield that covers seven acres which the maze designer, Brett Herbst, with the help of the Leaders family created.

They hope to create a more fun and exciting maze for people of all ages. The design of the corn maze is based around the Ohio Bicentennial.

The Maze will be open to horror seekers today from 6-10 p.m., tomorrow from 1-10 p.m. and Sunday 1-9 p.m.

The maze can be completed in a minimum of 30 minutes.

Although, it seems as if it could take as long as a couple of hours with the two miles of twisting and turning and 85 “decision points.” Try to decide quickly, organizers say, because the more lost you get, the more fun you’ll end up having. This year, the design of the maze is a bit more complicated than year’s past.

The Maze also includes other activities, such as the Scary Trails Haunted Cornfield, a Pumpkin Patch, hayrides, tube slide, corn cannons, cow train, the roller slide, straw tunnels, trike maze, concessions and souvenirs.

Anything haunted could be considered more frightening than walking in the dark through a maze, then again, in the most spooky of settings, both could be as frightening as the next.

The Leaders Family Farm put on a great amusement area for parents and children, as well as college students.

Teachers of grade school students can be taken on a field trip to the maze for enjoyment and educational purposes.

The Maze can also be used for birthday parties, corporate outings and races.

This Haunted Cornfield idea makes prospects of horror seekers much more likely.

Since the Maze is only open for two more days, horror seekers and the adventure discoverer could advantage of this opportunity and enjoy themselves in a fun-filled experience of activities.