Everyone knows that one of the best parts about fall is taking a trip to the closest farm, picking out a pumpkin, sampling the spiced cider, picking some apples and spending way too much time getting lost in a corn maze.
This year, fall-festivities seekers in northwest Ohio are getting a distinctly automotive take on one of these seasonal traditions with a corn maze shaped like an F-150. The maze covers a total of seven acres and is a carved out tribute to Ford’s newest redesign, which the marque has described as “the toughest, smartest, most capable F-150 ever” in the Oct. 27 release sharing news of the maze.
Leaders Farms in Napoleon, Ohio has been owned by the same family since 1968, and Kristin Leaders describes how the idea for this one-of-a-kind corn maze came about in an Oct. 27 YouTube video from Ford. It’s part of the farm’s seasonal celebration, which sees other fall-appropriate activities. The farm becomes “ScreamAcres” for the second half of September and entirety of October, with a haunted cornfield and the PanDEMONium Project.
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Those seeking something a little more kid-friendly can visit The Barnyard, where mini golf, cornhole, straw tunnels and more await. There’s even a pumpkin cannon – all the things needed for Leaders Farms to be the top agritainment capital of northwest Ohio. Learn more about visiting this corn maze yourself at the farm’s website, and find your own F-150 from our listings at the button below.
(via Ford, YouTube)