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Corn Maze in La Vernia Will Pay Homage to the Strength of Texans

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In La Vernia, Texas, just east of San Antonio, Circle N Maze creates a unique maze out of their corn field each year to delight guests. KHOU writes that the maze will open up on weekends starting September 23, 2017, and run through October 31 with its newest theme – Texas Strong.

“The Texas Strong was not the original design, but after Harvey flattened our original 15-acre field, we moved the maze and changed the design. Seeing all of Texas come together after Harvey was inspiring. Hopefully, this reminds folks out there that Texas has a long way to go when it comes to rebuilding, especially the Texas coast,” Circle N Maze wrote on their website.

In addition to the 2.5-mile long maze and .3-mile long kiddie maze, guests can check out the petting zoo, pumpkin patch, and other family fun activities. Proceeds from the event will go to Harvey victims, according to the Circle N Maze Facebook page.

Check out the times the maze is open here. If you choose to go at night, remember to bring a flashlight or purchase a glow stick to help you through the unlit maze!