Corn mazes were born in Pennsylvania


Corn mazes can be found all over the U.S., but they started in Pennsylvania Dutch Country. Don Frantz created the first maze, in the pattern of a dinosaur, at Lebanon Valley College in Annville in 1993. It earned the honor of the world’s largest maze.

The idea resonated with Jack Coleman, who owns the Paradise Township farm with his wife, Donna. “We knew we had an ideal location,” Jack Coleman says. “We had the Strasburg Railroad right there, and it’s been a great way that agriculture and business have bonded together and worked together.”

Source: Corn mazes were born in Pennaylvania – – October 06, 2015 

Comments are closed.