Cambria Corn Maze Draws Visitors for Spooky October Experience Friday Night

The opening of this year’s Cambria Haunted Corn Maze was quick to sell out, said representatives on Facebook shorty before the event’s start.  The experience, which is naturally tailored for social distancing between small groups, provides a 12-acre cornfield with two separate mazes full of twists, turns and dead ends. 

While Owners John and Leanna Ohol are personally responsible for the maze itself, the scares provided on Friday evening are a product of Terror Technologies out of Kenmore, N.Y.  Some notable past events related to this company include the Buffalo Zombie Walk & Pub Crawl for charity, or the annual Buffalo Vampires Ball, also for charity.

Whether the haunted maze was a one-time specialty event this year, or if it will return again this fall season, is currently unknown.  The Cambria Corn Maze without the scares is open on Friday (3 p.m. – 10 p.m.), Saturday (10 a.m. – 10 p.m.) and Sunday (10 a.m. – 8 p.m.). 

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