Mapleside Farms' Latest Corn Maze Creation Looks Like it Woke Up Feeling Dangerous

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Never mind that it's still summer in Northeast Ohio, corn maze season is officially kicking off at the end of this month.

And this ridiculously-immaculate Baker "Hopefully the Savior of the Cleveland Browns and the City as a Whole" Mayfield-themed corn maze (see below) opens to the public at Brunswick's Mapleside Farms Friday, Aug. 23.



“John Dorsey said he wants to awaken the sleeping giant and that’s exactly what Baker, Myles, Odell, and really the entire team is doing.” farm owner Greg Clement said in a statement.

Clement said it was an easy to decide which Cleveland sports player to feature in his "Mazefield" this year.



“Cleveland is a football town and it’s amazing to see the excitement and commitment after some of the darkest seasons in Browns history ... The hard part was fitting someone larger than life into a 7-acre corn maze.”

The farm is known for its sports-inspired mazes, and last year featured Indians All-Star Francisco Lindor. Famed Cleveland athletes Joe Thomas and LeBron James have also been the inspiration behind previous corn mazes.

No word yet on if Mayfield is planning on taking on the maze himself. We'll keep you updated as more Northeast Ohio corn mazes, apple orchards and pumpkin patches open in the weeks to come ... but first we're going to luxuriate in the final weeks of summer, the best season of them all. 
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