Stoughton Farms in Newark Valley New York, typically attracts 10,000 visitors to their farm each year. However, now they're expecting a slew more due to their ever popular Super Mario Bros. themed corn maze.

The farm is much more than a glamorized greenhouse. In addition to selling fresh produce, and flowers, they have lots of fun activities in the fall that include: Cow train rides, hay rides, a jumping pillow, a pumpkin cannon, duck races, a Nerf battleground and yes...character based corn mazes.

In the past, they've carved out vampires, a simulated horse race, and even a "Sleepy Hollow" design. Their latest creation was mapped out by a Utah based company. It required a lot of math skills, and several employees to complete.

The Super Mario Bros. maze recently captured the attention of ABC's: "Good Morning America" too.

The Super Mario Bros. maze  opens on September 17th, and runs through October 31. Cost is $6.00 ages 4-9, $9.00 ages 10 and up, and kids 3 and under get in free. Stoughton Farms is about a 2 hour drive from Utica.

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