Get Lost in the North Georgia Corn Maze Through November 17, 2013.

Getting lost in a supersized corn maze is a Fall tradition that we love to share with our city friends when they visit the North Georgia Mountains.  Many also haven’t experienced the simple fun of a Fall evening hayride, finding just the right pumpkin in an actual pumpkin patch or watching a movie outdoors under the stars.  We love this time of year because we can experience all those Fall traditions just a few miles from Sautee Nacoochee, Georgia at North Georgia Corn Maze. 

The center piece of North Georgia Corn Maze is a seven acre crop circle that has helped over a 160,000 people get lost since it opened in 2004.  It was designed by renowned crop circle maze artist Adrian Fischer who is the winner of six Guinness World Records for his intricate maze designs.  His mazes have had over 30 million visitors! We’ll be bringing our flashlights, because the North Georgia Corn Maze is open until 11:30pm for that added thrill of getting lost in the twisting and turning rows after dark.

If we have the heart for it, we may take the elevator ride down to the dungeon of the House of Burm, one of the scariest haunted houses in these parts.  Story has it that this house, just five country miles from Lucille’s Mountain Top Inn & Spa, is the former laboratory of the brilliant but unethical Dr. Burm.  A remote house so hidden that no one dared to interfere with the experiments and other unbearable goings on at the Burm laboratory. The elevator ride to the dungeon is frightening enough to make those who have visited before us bring back tales of horror, hissing snakes and screams in the night. 

The Burm House is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday through November 2, 2013 and of course Halloween, 6:00pm – 11:30pm.  The North Georgia Corn Maze is open Fridays 6:00pm – 11:30pm, Saturdays 10:00am – 11:30pm and Sundays 10:00am – 8:00pm through November 17, 2013.

I’ll be there this weekend with some friends from NYC and Atlanta, laughing and having a great time as we try to find our way out of the maze and enjoying some of the other simple Fall traditions that we love here in the North Georgia Mountains.