Miss Corn Mazes? You Can Explore Them Virtually

An intricate corn maze is shown from an aerial view.

You may not have been able to make it out to your favorite fall festival or do your ideal autumn activity this year, but you may be able to find solace online. You can digitally navigate corn mazes now.

Website NetCredit has crafted digital versions of some of the hardest to navigate US-based corn mazes that you can attempt to navigate from the comfort of your couch. The recreations feature overhead photos of the empty mazes that you can mark your way through on your smartphone or computer screen. Get lost? Just start over again without the mind-numbing panic of begin inside of an actual corn maze. Altogether, there are seven corn mazes for you to attempt to get through from Wisconsin’s trilobite-shaped corn maze to the hot air balloon patterns of Michigan’s Gull Meadows. You can find all of them over at NetCredit.

An overhead photo of a corn maze shows all the potential paths in a hot air balloon shape.

If, however, you wanted something a bit more spooky, you can also try a virtual haunted house tour. Thanks to the power of YouTube, there are several haunted locations that you can tour on the video service including Colorado’s Overlook Hotel, the inspiration for Stephen King’s The Shining. 

While things may be different this year, you can still get creative online.

[Via Apartment Therapy]

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