HAMILTON TOWNSHIP -- If going to a haunted house isn't how you like to celebrate Halloween, you might want to check out Mazezilla.
It's a corn maze in the Poconos with other activities that scream Halloween.
Each fall, Klingel Farms in Saylorsburg transforms its land into a corn maze called Mazezilla, which is a huge hit this year.
"October has been phenomenal. We ran out of parking three out of four weekends," said Stuart Klingel, the owner of Klingel Farms.
But if mazes make you dizzy or just down right confused, there are other options to choose from.
"The pumpkins and the hayride," said Coel Dailey of Stroudsburg.
Coel is sticking to these options when it comes to celebrating Halloween at Klingel Farms. She also showed Newswatch 16 the petting zoo area where she made a friend.
Her sister Shea enjoys coming to Mazezilla for the pumpkins.
When it comes to picking the perfect pumpkin, about a medium pumpkin. I'll carve a spider in it," said Shea.
This is the last weekend Klingel Farms. Mazezilla corn maze and pumpkin patch in Saylorsburg will be open until next September.