Garner, NC: Ken’s Korny Corn Maze Open Sept. 26 thru Nov. 7 (UPDATED)

Source: Ken's Korny Corn Maze, Garner, North Carolina 2019
Source: Ken's Korny Corn Maze, Garner, North Carolina 2019

UPDATE: Due to weather, the September 25th opening day has been postponed. Watch for opening on Saturday, September 26, 2020 instead.

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Original article:

 

By Kay Whatley, Editor

Ken’s Produce and Garden Center in Garner, North Carolina offers daytime Fall fun, including the six-acre Ken’s Korny Corn Maze, and more. Opening Day for Ken’s Korny Corn Maze and courtyard activities — all 10 acres of them — is Friday, September 25, 2020, 4-9pm.

Ken’s Korny Corn Maze is touted as the state’s “First and Longest Running Corn Maze” and includes acres of corn with a walking path of 2-1/2 miles… more if you get lost a bit and wander.

Located at 3175 Benson Highway (Hwy 50 S), Garner, NC (Wake County), Ken’s Produce also offers pumpkins and a variety of activities. See the list of what’s available this year. Note that ticket sales end an hour before the maze closes.

The corn maze will remain open through November 7, 2020. Be sure to check their schedule, as hours are modified this year, and may change without notice due to weather, etc.

Safety procedures apply:

Due to COVID-19, we will be opening with limited activities and hand sanitizing stations will be placed throughout. Our paths are now 8-10 feet to maintain social distancing inside in the corn field. We recommend wearing a mask, using hand sanitizer, and maintaining 6-8 feet apart at all times.

For corn maze details and map, visit www.kenskornycornmaze.com.

Follow Ken’s Korny Corn Maze on Facebook for updates.

 

Farm Scares Closed for 2020

The Farm’s Haunted Attraction will Not Open for Fall 2020. Harvested Farm Nightmares will be closed this season, and return in 2021.

The announcement is posted at www.harvestedfarmnightmares.com, explaining the closure due to coronavirus, and a message: “We look forward to seeing and scaring you in 2021.”

Follow Harvested Farm Nightmares on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

 

Ed. Note: Check out Ken’s Produce at www.kensproduce.com.

Article originally published September 22, 2020. Updated with postponement.

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