Funtober Corn Mazes

Alabama Corn Mazes

Find corn mazes near Decatur, Birmingham, Montgomery and Mobile on our list of Alabama farms we believe will let visitors get lost in their corn in 2014. Be sure to check out their website for further information, hours and prices.

Northern Alabama

Down on the Farm – Rainsville, AL – Multiple Mazes, 6 acres
2013: ?
2012: Honey Bees
2011 Theme: Down on the Farm – Tractor and barn
Enjoy a hayride to the thirty acre pumpkin patch or enjoy other fall farm fun such as the cow train, corn cannon, and hay bale maze. Located in DeKalb County about an hour east/southeast of Huntsville and 90 minutes northeast of Birmingham.
Location: 2257 Heaton Road, Rainsville, AL 35986

Yellow Wolf Gem Mining – Moulton, AL
They had three mazes cut into four acres in 2012. In 2013, they are open on Saturday and Sunday. Saturday nights are flashlight nights. Their haunted Corn Creepers maze starts in mid-October. Moulton is located an hour southwest of Huntsville near Decatur.
Location: 1128 County Road 58, Moulton, AL 35650

Birmingham Corn Mazes

Sand Mountain Corn Maze – Sardis City, AL
2013 Theme: Tractor
It appears that they have two mazes cut into their corn. They also have a hay ride and pumpkin patch. Admission to both the maze and pumpkin patch is $12. They are located near Gadsden an hour northeast of Birmingham.
Location: Cox Gap Road a 1/4 mile off Hwy 431 in Sardis City, AL

Montgomery Corn Mazes

Dream of Fields – Hector, AL – 5 Acres
A central Alabama pumpkin patch, fall festival and corn field maze located 25 minutes east of Montgomery and 30 minutes north of Troy.
Location: U.S. Highway 82 between 231 and Union Springs, Alabama

Daybreak Farms – Greenville, AL – 8.5 Acres
2013: THEY ARE CLOSED FOR 2013. CHECK BACK IN 2014.
2012 Theme: We Salute Our Veterans
Fifth generation farming family Tom and Julie Duncan welcome you to Daybreak Farms. This working farm started inviting guests to their cornfield in 2011. In addition to the two mazes, there’s also a corn cannon, cow train, wagon rides and other farm activities. Located in Butler County southeast of Montgomery.
Location: 600 Dunn Road, Greenville, Alabama 36037

Southern Alabama

CornDodgers Farm – Headland, AL – 7 Acres
2013: ?
2012: Go Trojans!
2011 Theme: United We Stand – Family Unit
CornDodgers is run by Eric and Amanda Knight. They got the maze bug and started in 2008 so 2014 is their 6th anniversary. After dark, try to navigate the maze by flashlight or moonlight. There is also a one acre haunted trail maze in late October. Other fall farm activities include the cow train, corn cannon, hay ride and more! Headland is located near Dothan.
Location: 1555 Knowles Road, Headland, AL

Hillcrest Farm
Their facebook page says the maze is open!
Location: 30497 Hixson Rd., Elberta, Alabama 36530

Magnolia Corn Maze – Magnolia Springs, AL
A cornfield for guests to get lost in the past five years. Pumpkin patch, hayride, pig races, play area, hay jump, cow train, corn cannons, Hop-along Rodeo, duck races, and petting zoo. Field of Terror and Zombie Paintball open near Halloween. General Admission tickets available for between $10 and $20 per person, plus tax. It is located near Fairhope across Mobile Bay from Mobile.
Location: 15275 County Road 49, Summerdale AL 36580

1 COMMENT

  1. Thank you so much for listing our Corn Maze on Your Site!! We have had a very busy Fall Season since adding the Day Corn Maze and especially our CornCreeper Stalk Maze at Night. So glad you have published a list of fun Fall things to do in Alabama! I hope all of the Corn Mazers find a Maze they can Get Lost in !! Happy Halloween!Yellow Wolf Gem Mine and the Corn Creepers

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