Workers cut Loganville corn maze honoring law enforcement, first responders

- A north Georgia corn maze created a special tribute for its 2016 design to honor the men and women who protect our nation.

Corn Dawns, located on Leone Avenue in Loganville, offers many fall favorite attractions, including a 7-acre corn maze. This year's design displays "Back the blue" across the top and features a police officer as well as a patrol car.

Workers spent the day Thursday cutting out the maze. 

Last Wednesday, Corn Dawgs released a mock photo of this year's maze on Facebook. 

"A tribute to the men and women in uniform that risk their lives everyday to keep us safe," the adventure park said on Facebook. "Thank you for all you do!"

Last year's design honored the late Chris Kyle, more commonly known as "American Sniper." 

Corn Dawgs opens on Friday, September 16 for the autumn season. In addition to the corn maze, customers can enjoy a pumpkin patch, farm hay-rides, a petting zoo and much more!

For tickets and pricing, click here.  

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