Consider a lattice L in the Cartesian plane consisting of all points (x, y) such that either x or y is an integer. Points with integer coordinates (positive, negative, or zero) are called vertices and the sides of the unit squares (including endpoints) are called links. Each link of L is assigned the designation active with probability p or passive with probability 1 − p, independently of all other links. To avoid trivial cases, we shall always assume 0 < p < 1. The lattice L, with the designations active or passive attached to the links, is called a random maze. A set of links is called connected if the points comprising the links (including endpoints) form a connected point set in the plane.