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Country Pumpkins offers one of the largest corn mazes near Chico for Halloween

We had to see it for ourselves. Happy Halloween! Photo credit: Natalie Hanson
We had to see it for ourselves. Happy Halloween! Photo credit: Natalie Hanson

One of the local traditions during the Halloween season, in Chico, is taking a trip to your nearest corn maze. The maze, offered by Country Pumpkins in Orland, located off of Highway 32, is perhaps the largest you’ll find nearby. It offers a different, large and complex maze each year and scary ghouls and chainsaw murderers, if you visit at night. Naturally, we had to take the challenge and see if we could make our way out – but we kept our trip to the daylight hours. See what happened below.

Natalie Hanson, Alex Coba, Ulises Duenas, and Grant Schmieding can be reached at [email protected] or @NatalieH_Orion, @ThatOneGuyCoba, @OrionUlisesD or @G_Schmieding on Twitter.

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Natalie Hanson, Editor-in-Chief
Editor-in-Chief, Spring and Fall 2019. Former Arts & Entertainment editor, Breaking News editor and reporter.

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