Straw maze

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A straw maze is a maze built with straw bales. These are becoming a popular tourist attraction in the Western United States, particularly in Rexburg, Idaho and a few locations in Utah. The average straw maze is built on approximately 1 acre (4,000 m2) of land and takes the average person 45 minutes to navigate.

One early straw maze was Pumpkins and More in Maryland.[1]

There are many different straw mazes through the United States including: The Straw Maze in Idaho and Pumpkins and More in Maryland.

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