Get Lost In This Awesome 8-Acre Corn Maze In West Virginia This Autumn

The corn maze is a West Virginia tradition in many places every year. Its unclear how this tradition started, but since corn is also called maize, somebody saw the similarity to the word maze, which probably sparked the idea. So, when this time of year rolls around, the corn is cut, and the fun begins. This has been a tradition at Cooper Family Farms for 18 years.

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For more information about the corn maze and its location, check out their website here, and their Facebook page here.

Have you ever visited the Cooper’s Farm maze? What mazes have you visited? Feel free to comment below and join the discussion.

Would like to learn about other corn mazes in the state? Check out these 8 awesome corn mazes to get lost in this fall.