Corn mazes are mazes that are cut out of a field of corn, also known as maize. These mazes are created by cutting paths through the corn, creating a labyrinthine pattern that visitors can navigate. Corn mazes are typically seasonal attractions that are open to the public during the fall months, often in conjunction with other autumnal activities like pumpkin patches and hayrides. Some corn mazes are designed to be haunted or spooky, while others are more family-friendly and may include educational elements. Corn mazes have become a popular attraction in many parts of the United States and other countries, drawing visitors from near and far to experience the challenge and excitement of navigating a maze made of living cornstalks.