Don't you just love the fall? Crispy air, drizzly weather, leaves, sweaters, candles, HALLOWEEN, the list goes on. I can't wait for my favorite fall activities. The pandemic can't take the most wonderful time of the year (autumn) from us like it has everything else, can it?

I was looking forward to doing a corn maze with my family this year. We went to one a few years ago, and we planned on making this type of thing a new fall family tradition. Unfortunately, we couldn't go last year because Grand Forks had a particularly wet fall (maze closed). And we feared we couldn't do a corn maze this year because of the pandemic. But all that is about to change with the help of one Bismarck farmer.

According to KFYR-TV, a local farmer is using his land to bring fun to the community. Clark Coleman, long time farmer, first time maze artist, used his corn planter to create a 9.5-acre maze just east of Bismarck. The corn maze will be available to the public beginning September 17th until the end of October, according to the KFYR-TV story. Get the full details about Coleman Corn Maze here.

You can also get more information about the Coleman Corn Maze from their Facebook page. The page has location and cost information. You will also be able to download an app to navigate through the maze (KFYR-TV).

Will you bring your family out for some fall fun at the Coleman Corn Maze?