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A corn maze worth travelling with the family to tackle

Fabien LeBlanc, Jocelyne Richard, and their two children Jade, 2, and Victoria LeBlanc, 3, came from Cap-Pelé, N.B. for they day to get lost in the woven field of Summerside's Kool Breeze Farm corn maze on Sunday afternoon.
Fabien LeBlanc, Jocelyne Richard, and their two children Jade, 2, and Victoria LeBlanc, 3, came from Cap-Pelé, N.B. for they day to get lost in the woven field of Summerside's Kool Breeze Farm corn maze on Sunday afternoon. - Desiree Anstey

Corn maze at Kool Breeze Farms attracts day-trippers

SUMMERSIDE, P.E.I. - Fall has arrived and it’s a terrific time to head outside in the crisp air when the deciduous leaves are in blazing bloom and explore the outdoors.

The annual tradition for many families is to visit Kool Breeze Farms corn maze in Summerside, which often attracts day day-trippers.

Fabien LeBlanc, Jocelyne Richard, and their two children Jade, 2, and Victoria LeBlanc, 3, came from Cap-Pele, N.B., for they day to get lost in the woven field of corn on Sunday afternoon. “It’s great fun for the kids and after we will probably get ice-cream and buy some corn,” chimed Richard.

The maze has a different theme each year, but in the centre stands a platform where visitors can view the Summerside Harbour and the farm, which grows and sells pumpkins and gourds, shrubs, flowers, corn and more.

To learn more about the corn maze, created this year by Garth Davey and Adam Clark, visit www.koolbreezefarms.com/event.

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