The maze, which has become a Halloween staple in Gordon County over the past five years, will be held at Little River Farms every Friday and Saturday night in the month of October.
According to Melissa Hubbard, Little River Farm owns and runs the corn maze, but the two schools provide “the kids to do the scaring,” she said.
This years maze will feature terrors of every sort, from clowns to Chuckie, this maze will be haunted at every turn.
“There’s quite a bit to it,” said Hubbard. “It’s haunted all the way from the time you go in until the time you leave.”
The one-quarter mile trail into the maze is a winding road of screams, and after surviving the maze, the trail of horror continues with a headless horsemen haunting the woods to the exit.
There are a few surprises and changes this year, according to Hubbard, but they will only be experienced by those who dare to enter.
There will also be horror movies playing in the field for those waiting their turn for their scare of a lifetime, said Hubbard.
“It can get pretty intense,” she said.
Although the maze is not recommended for children under the age of 10, there will be pony rides and a petting zoo earlier each weekend for younger children.
According to Hubbard, there will be over 70 students helping out with the maze this year, with 35 students and parents helping out with the maze each night.
Tickets are $10 each, and a percentage of the proceeds will be given back to the Gordon Central and Ashworth FFA programs as an annual fundraiser, according to Hubbard.
There are also discounted tickets available for school club or organizations.