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4Warn Corn maze, carnival, haunted house and more!

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HYDRO, Okla.– The KFOR team had an absolutely incredible time at the corn maze at P Bar Farms Saturday.

Members of the Hydro Fire Department came to see us!

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For 15 years, one Oklahoma family has been putting a unique twist on their corn field. Every season, they cut a new design into the corn, creating an intricate maze.

“The maze is completely planted in a square field. Everything is planted. Then we use GPS and come back. And cut it out with the GPS systems,” said Loren Liebscher, who cut the first maze in 2001.

Liebscher and P Bar Farms, on Old Route 66, left conventional farming in 2003 and focused completely on agro-tourism.

This year, they teamed up with KFOR and created the 4Warn Cornado Maze.

This year's maze is the KFOR logo! We love it!!

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It is 3.5 miles of trails with a hundred chances to get turned around. The maze has two options for level of difficulty and can take anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour to complete.

So much to do at the corn maze!

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The KFOR team was out at the maze on Saturday to have some fun.

Kent Ogle, Ali Meyer, Emily Sutton, Mike Morgan and Jon Slater all stopped by to enjoy the maze.

We even convinced Mike to go through the haunted house.

Mike Morgan getting spooked at the haunted barn at P Bar Farms.

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The KFOR team met so many wonderful people.

Make sure you check out the maze before the season ends on November 12th.

For more information visit P Bar Farms on their website or Facebook page.