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4 Reasons To Visit The Cajun Country Corn Maze In The Fall!
Louisiana’s Cajun Country Corn Maze is a fall enthusiast’s paradise with nearly everything to satisfy the seasonal craving for a fun-filled, nostalgic fall day. This small town attraction off the Mississippi River provides hours of inexpensive thrills and hosts a range of activities for those who enjoy getting into the fall festivities.
Here are four reasons to put this outdoor attraction at the top of your fall to-do list.
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Along with the corn maze, Cajun Country Corn hosts the Haunted Trail and the Haunted Pallet Maze, if you can’t get enough of the spooks, tricks, and scares. With that said, the haunted experiences are only available after dark throughout the month of October.
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If you’re not a marksman with the cannon, an easier appeal is the Friendly Fire venture where you can take on your friends in an arena-style, air-powered Nerf Gun challenge. You might also try your best hand at Zombie Paintball, which features a wagon ride through the forest with glow in the dark paintball guns to takedown the zombies lurking on the trail.
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Another option is the Hay Ride Grain Train, a slower moving scenic ride for sitting back and taking in the sights. All of the train rides offer a chance to appreciate the Cajun Heritage and Louisiana farm culture.
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Admission to the races is free, but you’ll still want to plan on visiting the concession stand for Cajun style favorites and fresh kettle corn.
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