6 Awesome Corn Mazes In Arkansas You Have To Do This Fall
There’s just something glorious about autumn and the upcoming nights of hayrides, delicious cider, and getting lost in a corn maze. Oh yes, for those who want an alternative to the usual jump-scares of a haunted house, there are corn mazes around Arkansas where you enter and hopefully are able to exit without getting too terribly lost (you know, out there in the dark…and maybe you’ve seen Children of the Corn and hope that’s only just a movie…). Get out across the Natural State and have fun exploring the best corn mazes in Arkansas!
Do you agree that these are some of the best corn mazes in Arkansas? Where else in Arkansas can you find a cool corn maze to confuse yourself (or your kids) and have a good time getting lost and found again? Leave a comment on how much you love these corn mazes or any other place across the Natural State that has this kind of fun!
What are some of your favorite fall attractions in Arkansas? Be sure to share them with us by leaving a comment below or filling out a nomination form. We’d love to hear from you!
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What are the best fall hikes in Arkansas?
If you're planning a trip to the Natural State during the fall season, you'll get to enjoy some of the most spectacular scenery in the U.S. Perhaps we're a bit biased, but we firmly believe that Arkansas is one of the best states to explore in the autumn. If you agree, then we have quite a few recommendations for you, namely hiking trails. Some of the best fall hikes in Arkansas include Cedar Falls Trail, White Rock Rim Trail, King's Bluff Loop Trail, Signal Hill Trail, Blanchard Spring Trail, Yellow Rock Trail, Falls Creek Falls, Glory Hole Waterfall Trail, Sam's Throne Trail, and Whitaker Point Trail. And the best news of all? Each of these lovely fall hikes in Arkansas is relatively short!
What are the most haunted attractions in Arkansas?
Now that you've learned about some family-friendly corn mazes in Arkansas, we have a few attractions to showcase that are a bit more frightening. In fact, some would call them downright terrifying. We've put together a road trip that will take you to the spookiest places in Arkansas, and let's just say it's not for the faint of heart! The itinerary includes destinations such as the Allen House in Monticello, Highway 365 through central Arkansas, Hot Springs Haunted Tours, the Arlington Hotel in Hot Springs, Old State House in Little Rock, Mount Holly Cemetery in Little Rock, Pea Ridge Battlefield, Station Cafe in Bentonville, and the Crescent Hotel in Eureka Springs.