Mississippi Corn Mazes
Locate top Mississippi corn mazes near you. Visitors this fall can get lost in a daytime corn maze, the daylights scared out of them in haunted mazes with bloodied actors and actresses wielding weapons, as well as more difficult options such as flashlight and moonlight mazes. You’ll find options with small mazes designed for kids and large, challenging ones to keep adults occupied for a long time. And don’t forget about the other fall activities that occur on these farms including pumpkin patches, hayrides, farm animals and children’s activities. It’s one of the best parts of September and October!
Be sure to check out their website for further information, hours and prices. Most are open in September and October. Many have pumpkins, fresh food, live animals, hayrides, and games which may have different hours or additional costs.
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Wise Family Farm – Pontotoc, MS.
Opens September 26, 2015!
Pick your own pumpkin off the vine from their patch. Take a scenic wagon ride through the property and to the patch. Enjoy their cornfield maze, flashlight maze on Friday and Saturday nights, playground, farm barnyard and hillbilly golf. General admission is $8 per person. Open Friday through Sunday in October and the first weekend in November. They also feature a haunt attraction called Hollow of Horrors. Their address is 291 Shady Grove Rd., Pontotoc, MS 38863. It is located 33 miles west of Tupelo.
Cedar Hill Farm – Hernando, MS.
Opens September 26, 2015!
A 120 acre family owned farm located just south of Memphis, Tennessee. It features a 3 acre corn maze, pumpkin picking, petting zoo, paintball, fishing pond and pony rides. At night in October, they have haunted attractions with flashlight maze, haunted hayrides, trail of terror and zombie paintball. The address is 8 Love Rd., Hernando, MS 38632. It is located about 24 miles south of Southhaven, MS. They open the last weekend in September.
Adkins Farm – Booneville, MS. Pick your own pumpkins, hayrides, farm games and post-Halloween punkin chunkin contest. They also offer a challenging corn maze that takes 30-45 minutes to complete, unless you take the shortcode for kids. Open the entire month of October. Closed on Sundays. The address is 373 Hwy 364, Booneville, MS 38829. It is about 38 miles north of Tupelo, MS.
Tupelo Buffalo Park – Tupelo, MS. A Buffalo park and zoo that has had pick your own pumpkins in the fall for more than ten years. They also have a corn maze, kids’ zip line, pig races, duck races. The address is 2272 North Coley Rd., Tupelo, MS. It is about 6 miles northwest of downtown Tupelo.
Bull Bottom Farms – Duck Hill, MS. The farm features a 3 acre corn maze, pumpkin patch, hayride, live animals, cow train, and more family fun. They are open from the last weekend in September through October 31st. The address is 1641 Sayles Rd., Duck Hill, MS 38925. It is about 9 miles south of Grenada.
Holley Farms – Fulton, MS.
Not opening in 2015!
They have a real patch, not a field of pre-picked pumpkins. There is also a 5 acre cornfield for getting lost, mini maze for kids, wagon rides, trike track, super slide, barrel train, mini maze, obstacle course, corn crib, playground and farm animals. Open to the public from late September through late October. Closed Sundays. General admission is $8. Country Store has local crafts and canned goods. Their address is 2100 Patton Flat-Oakland Rd., Fulton, MS 38843. It is located about 31 miles east of Tupelo, MS.
Country Pumpkins – Caledonia, MS.
Opens September 19, 2015! It features 30 acres of pumpkins, hayrides around the farm and playground. Four acre corn field maze is $5 per person. Find the ten numbers located throughout the cornfield and you will be entered in a weekly drawing for a $100 gift certificate to the farm. Country Pumpkin Grill offers hamburgers, hot dogs and other snacks. It is open everyday from around September 19th through October 31st. Pine Meadows Farm, where Country Pumpkins is located, was started in 1975. The address is 860 Spruill Rd., Caledonia, MS 39740. It is about 12 miles north of Columbus, MS.
Farmer Jim’s Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze – Rolling Fork, MS. Farmer Jim’s offers u-pick pumpkins. Orange pumpkins are $5 each. Heirloom pumpkins are $8 each. Cornfield maze ($6), hay rides, hay bale maze, kiddie maze ($2) and one night only haunted maze ($10). Open on Saturday and Sunday in October. Their address is Highway 16, Rolling Fork, MS. It is about 38 miles west of Yazoo City, MS.
Nichols-Boyd Pumpkin Patch – Brandon, MS. Their pumpkin field and cornfield is open to the public on weekends in October. Pumpkin tours are $8 and include a tour of the farm and a pumpkin. Corn maze with scavenger hunt is $5 per person. Face painting available for a fee by the “Painting Cow”. Homemade peanut brittle and Mississippi honey are offered for sale in their retail store. Their address is 3970 Highway 43 N, Brandon, MS 39047. It is about 29 miles northeast of Jackson.
Lazy Acres Plantation – Chunky, MS.
Opens October 3, 2015!
A 120 acre farm and pumpkin patch helping families create memories since 1980. Admission is $8.50. Pie pumpkins are $3. Large pumpkins are $5. Old fashioned hayrides are available to the patch. 4.5 acre cornfield maze associated with The Maize. It features farm animals, jumping pillow, barrel train rides, tire pyramid, trike track, sandbox and pig races. Two shots of pumpkin chunkin’ are $1. In total, there are more than 20 rides and attractions for visitors. Open Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays in October. Special events include pumpkin princess pageant, hillbilly run, harvest festival, and girl scouts & praise at the maze. Their address is 596 Lazy Acres Road, Chunky, MS 39323. It is about 16 miles west of Meridian. The 2013 maze theme honored the 186th Air Refueling Wing. Admission is $8-9.
Southern Mississippi – Gulfport, Biloxi, Hattiesburg
Seward Farms – Lucedale, MS. The farm features a corn maze, pumpkin patch, and family fun. They are open Saturdays from the last weekend in September through November 1st. The address is 10836 Tanner Williams Rd., Lucedale, MS 39452. It is about 54 miles north of Biloxi. Past maze themes include (2013) Seward Farms 10th Anniversary, (2012) Born to Ride (Horses), and (2011) Find the Clues. Seward Farms is a third generation farm owned by Harry “Bud” Seward and Steve Seward that dates back to 1938. The corn maze first opened in the Fall of 2002. The last two Friday and Saturday nights of October are host to the haunted Field of Fright. One day in October is designated Trick or Treat Day.
Southern Promiseland Farm – Kiln, MS – A 10 acre corn maze with a 1.5 acre field for pumpkin picking. It includes hayrides, farm animals, grass maze, cow train, painless paintball and corn cannon. Open Friday evening, Saturday and Sunday starting the last weekend in September through October. Admission is $7-8 per person with children 2 and under free with paying adult. The address is 1212 Raygan Lane, Kiln, Mississippi 39556. It is about 27 miles northwest of Gulfport.
Mitchell Farms – Collins, MS. Pumpkin patch is open weekends from late September through early November. It features wagon rides, animal barn, corn bin, jumping pillow, slides and play area. It has a six acre cornfield maze with three night only night maze. Farm Admission is $10 per person for guests 2 and over. Dry peanuts and green peanuts are also available for purchase. Special events: Mississippi Peanut Festival. Owned by Dennis and Nelda Spell Mitchell, who started the 1500 acre Southeast Mississippi farm in 1960. They started inviting visitors to their farm for agritourism in 2006. Their address is 650 Leaf River Church Road, Collins, MS 39428. It is about 36 miles north of Hattiesburg.