This tiny town just east of San Antonio didn’t receive near the level of devastation that Gulf Coast communities did from Hurricane Harvey, but the storm’s high winds and rains did flatten the community’s popular autumn attraction — a 15-acre corn maze field.
But Circle N Maze is “Texas Strong.”
The corn maze attraction is honoring victims of Hurricane Harvey with its new maze design, located on an adjacent field and set to open Sept. 23. A portion of this season’s proceeds will go toward Harvey relief, according to a news release.
“Seeing all of Texas come together after Harvey was inspiring,” said Caylin Herley of Circle N. “Hopefully this reminds folks out there that Texas still has a long way to go when it comes to rebuilding, especially the Texas coast.”
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The maze in the shape of Texas has “Texas Strong” carved into its trails and contains both a 2.5-mile maze and a .3-mile maze for children.
Admission is $10 if you find yourself in the area one weekend before the end of October.