Beach Maze Returns This Weekend

Beach Maze Returns This Weekend

OCEAN CITY — The free family Halloween fun continues this weekend with the giant Halloween Beach Maze and a race the likes of which Ocean City has never seen before.

The “Halloween Beach Maze” kicked off last weekend and attracted more than 5,000 people on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 20-21. It returns on Oct. 27-28, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. each day.

Experience a “pleasant” scream as you meander the sands of the giant beach maze. Wicked witches, pirates of the sand, scary scarecrows, ghouls in the graveyard, zombies and more await your arrival. The beach maze is free for the whole family. Look for the entrance to the maze on the beach near North Division Street.

On Saturday, Oct. 27 at 2 p.m., rounding out the events for O.C.toberfest is “The Great Pumpkin Race” on Saturday, Oct. 27 at 2 p.m. This event is a wacky and zany side-by-side race featuring wild and tricked out pumpkin racecars. Join the free fun by creating your very own pumpkin racecar and enjoy a fun-spirited good ole fashion bump and bang pumpkin race. Prizes will be awarded for creativity and for the winner of the race. It’s a run what you bring pumpkin race with a few simple rules to follow.

For a complete list of rules visit Registration takes place starting at 1 p.m. on the Boardwalk at N. Division Street. Races will begin at 2 p.m.

If you’re not up for the challenge of making a pumpkin racecar, come watch all the excitement and cheer on your favorite racer! The rain date for “The Great Pumpkin Race” will be Sunday, Oct. 28 at 2 p.m.

For more information on any of the events, call 410-798-6304 or visit O.C.toberfest events are presented by the Mayor and City Council along with the Department of Tourism and the Tourism Advisory Board.

About The Author: Steven Green

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The writer has been with The Dispatch in various capacities since 1995, including serving as editor and publisher since 2004. His previous titles were managing editor, staff writer, sports editor, sales account manager and copy editor. Growing up in Salisbury before moving to Berlin, Green graduated from Worcester Preparatory School in 1993 and graduated from Loyola University Baltimore in 1997 with degrees in Communications (journalism concentration) and Political Science.