The Worst Attractions in Each State

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A popular Michigan attraction during Halloween, the Abandoned Acres Farm Haunted Attraction is a huge disappointment. And excuse us for picking nits, but if the Farm House is abandoned, who is charging for admission? And what on Earth does a circus theme have to do with corn mazes?

Michigan - Abandoned Acres Farm Haunted Attraction

The Abandoned Acres Farm Haunted Attraction is made up of two corn mazes: one with evil killer clowns and the other with other scary…things. But if you are dying (ha, dying) to go, you'll have to wait till next fall because this thing runs from late September to early November – weekends only.

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Did you know...

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  • Minnesota might say that it's the "Land of 10,000 Lakes," but Canada has it beat. The country as a whole has over three million lakes. That means Canada has 60% of the world's total number of lakes within its borders. It must seem like paradise for people who like to fish or boat!
  • You've heard of the phrase "wanderlust," but do you know the German word "fernweh"? It means "far sickness" or an intensely strong urge to travel. The next time you feel the need to head out on a road trip, you've got a case of fernweh. And the only cure is to travel somewhere new!
  • Even though it is spread across five time zones, the entire country of China is set to Beijing time. Having a single time zone in the United States would certainly make things easier. Currently, the USA is spread across six, but a single time zone would make things a little wonky in Alaska and Hawai'i.
  • The largest pool in the world can be found at the San Alfonso del Mar resort in Chile. It has 66 million gallons (enough water to fill 100 Olympic-sized pools). It's 3,323 feet in length, over twice the length of the next biggest pool. At a cost of $3,000,000, that sounds like a pretty good deal.