Republican hopeful Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama are showing up inside a corn maze in Springdale that has something extra to offer in this election year.
Visitors can not only set out to conquer the corn, but they can also learn a little about elections.
Dwain Parsons, the owner of Farmland Adventures, and his family sprouted this corny concept last spring after their inaugural effort in the maze market.
"It's Obama and Romney, just a one time maze and we thought that will be great, it will be educational. It talks about the White House, the government, the constitution and the electoral process," he says.
There are nine picture stations all throughout the maze.
"It teaches you things as you go through the maze, if you can find all 9 stations--that's the trick," says Parsons. "People now days don't really understand the process, they see what's on TV and they don't really dig in and learn where we came from."
"We do have people to get you out of the maze if you don't know all the answers to all the questions," Parsons says.
But in the meantime, Dwain has just one wish for folks who come to visit.
"I hope that they come with their family, they spend some quality time together with their kids and that they'll learn a little bit while they're out here and had a good time doing it," he says.
The maze is open on weekends right now and welcomes school groups during the week.
Farmland Adventures also has plenty of animals, pumpkins and plenty of fall activities for the entire family.
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