North Carolina Corn Mazes
Find North Carolina corn mazes near you around Charlotte, Raleigh, Ashville and more big cities. 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 farms feature pumpkins, petting zoos, bounce houses, hayrides, and so much more which may have different hours and prices.
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Farms in North Carolina 2015
Hubb’s – Clinton, NC – 4 Mazes
Opens September 19, 2015 !!
There is a haunted corn trail through the woods and a separate sorghum field every Friday and Saturday night in October. Laser tag, mini hay bale maze, hay rides and pony rides are available, in addition to other fall farm fun.
2013 Theme: Dinosaur
2012 Theme: Fun Train
2011 Theme: Space Shuttle
Blue Ridge – Brevard, NC – 6 Acres
MAZE CLOSED IN 2015! General admission for ages 13 and up is $7. Children 6-12 are $5. Kids 5 and under are free. Haunted corn maze called “Shock in the Corn” is available on Friday and Saturday nights for the last two weekends in October, plus Halloween. Price is $8 per person. Past themes included World Wide Web (2012) and 150th Transportation Company (2011).
Eliada’s Fields of Fun – Asheville, NC – 12 Acres – 2 Long Trails and 2 Children’s Trails
Eliada Homes is a non-profit agency founded in 1903 serving the children and families of Western North Carolina. At one time, the 200 acre campus was a working farm. They still hold Western North Carolina’s largest corn maze, along with various other fall farm activities. It’s run as a nonprofit; 100% of the proceeds benefit needy children and families in the area. Past themes include Love Asheville: Give Local (2013), National Youth Program Using Minibikes (2012) and Pirates (2011).
Harvest Farm – Valle Crucis, NC. Ride the hayride, pick your own pumpkins and have fun in the corn maze. The farm opens September 19th and every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday through October. The address s 3287 NC 194, Valle Crucis, NC 28691. It is about 85 miles northeast of Ashville.
Deal Farms – Franklin, NC
Opens September 5, 2015 !!
Grandad’s Apples – Hendersonville, NC – 5 Acres
A 70 acre family farm located near Asheville. Farm animals, cow train and five acres of pumpkins. Open seven days a week in the fall.
Seasonal Produce Farm – Canton, NC
Haunted house, hayrides and maze after dark on Wednesday through Sunday. Special event: BBQ and Bluegrass festival, Heritage Day. Past themes featured Fall Fun on the Farm (2013), Eat Healthy, Buy Local (2012), Honoring Ingles Market (2011).
Raleigh – Durham
Gross Farms – Sanford, NC. The Gross family has owned and farmed this land for over five generations. In the fall, they host farm visitors for a 15 acre corn maze, pumpkin picking, hayrides and other fall fun. The address is 1632 Pickett Road, Sanford, NC 27332. It is 51 miles southwest of Raleigh. It opens around September 19th. There are nearly five miles of paths through the 15 acre cornfield maze. There is also a hayride and other fun activities. Past themes included NC Coop EXT 4-H (2014), Thanks to our Troops (2013), Breast Cancer Awareness (2012) and In God We Trust (2011).
Upchurch Farm – Durham, NC. The farm opens September 25, 2015 for their pick your own pumpkins and corn maze fun. It features a hayride, hay maze, cotton field, forest trail, and barnyard animals. 2521 Louis Stephens Dr, Cary, NC 27519
Ken’s Korny Corn Maze – Garner, NC – 6 Acres
Opens September 11, 2015 !!
This was the first in North Carolina, opening in 2000. Get lost among the 2.5 miles of trails in the six acre corn maze. Around Halloween, the maze is also open for flashlight or moonlight excursions. There’s also Harvested Farm Nightmares in October, which is a haunted house, trail and haunted corn maze. Other activities include a kid’s straw maze, rope maze and mini golf.
Clayton Fear Farms Daytime – Clayton, NC. This is a Boyette Family Farms attraction. They have their in their field pumpkins, corn maze, picnic shelter, and playground. They are open weekends in October. At night they open their haunted scream park most nights in October. The address is 1620 Loop Road, Clayton, NC. It is about 17 miles southeast of Raleigh. Also a jumping pillow, corn box, giant slide, tire tractor playground, pedal karts and other fun family activities during the day. Admission is $7 for the corn maze only or $10 for the all inclusive admission. At night, there are six haunted attractions including several haunted houses, haunted hayride and a haunted cotton maze. Single attraction is $12. All six attractions for $25. Past maze themes included ABC11 Count on Chris (2013) and Wake Medical Heart Center (2011).
Phillips Farms – Cary, NC
Opens September 19, 2015. Hayrides, real pumpkin patch with off the vine picking, bounce pillow, cow train, pumpkin tether ball, corn box, cornhole and other activities. Haunted Farm with four horrifying attractions opens on Friday and Saturday nights starting on the last weekend in September. Tickets are $20. Past themes included 2014 Theme: John Hiester Chevrolet, Food Bank CENC (2012) and 9/11 Twin Towers (2011).r
Green Acres – Cary, NC
Maze opens September 26, 2015. The farm was started in 1898 and is run by fourth generation farmers. It has a 10 acre maze with 2.5 miles of paths. Use maze trivia or QR Codes on your smart phone to navigate the maze if you wish. Price is $10 per person with children 3 and under free. Seniors, military and scouts/troops in uniform are $6. Past themes included Cary On (2013), M/I Homes (2012) and Home builder advertisement, Green Acres Logo (2011).
McKee’s Cedar Creek Farm – Rougemont, NC – 2 Mazes in 12 Acres
Opens September 27, 2014. Two separate mazes available for getting lost. A 12 acre maze with 4 miles of paths and a 2 acre children’s maze. Haunted trail and maze for four nights in late October.
Regal Farm – Statesville, NC – 7 Acres
Opens September 26, 2015. There’s also a giant slingshot, corn cannon, cow train and more! Located north of Charlotte and southwest of Winston-Salem. Past themes have included Scarecrow and Farm (2013), Oreo’s 100th Birthday (2012) and “The Comedy Zone” (2011).
Shelby Corn Maze – Shelby, NC.
Opens September 19, 2015 ! Pick your own pumpkins, get lost in a corn maze, ride the cow train with hayrides, apple launcher, shooting gallery, and more. They are located at 120 Broadway Dr., Shelby, NC 28152. It is about 53 miles west of Charlotte. Most participants taken an hour to complete the maze. Bring a flashlight if you would like to try it after dark! Friday and Saturday nights in October, the corn maze becomes haunted. Enjoy the cow train, corn cannon, zipline, hayride, kiddie korral, pipe slide and tethered corn ball. Farm admission is $5-10 depending on age and the number of activity tickets selected. Haunted maze is $12. Located west of Gastonia. Past themes have included Kellie Pickler (2013), Carolina Panthers (2012) and Jason Aldean (2011).
Hodges Farm – Charlotte, NC. A 180+ acre farm in Mecklenburg County northeast of Charlotte. They have a 10 acre u-pick pumpkin field as well as corn maze, hayrides, farm animals and pony rides (weekends). They are open everyday in October for pumpkins. Location: 3900 Rocky River Road, Charlotte NC 28215. It is 9 miles east of downtown Charlotte.
Aw Shucks! – Monroe, NC.
Opens September 18, 2015 !!
Aw Shucks Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch is open from the middle of September until about November 15th. Take a hayride to the pumpkin patch and choose your own pumpkin from the field. They also have a corn maze, animal barn, children’s play area and haunted trail. It is located at 3718 Plyler Mill Rd., Monroe, NC 28112. This is about 30 miles southeast of Charlotte. General admission is $8 per person which includes the corn maze. Pony rides, fossil mining, 13th Acre haunted trail and paddle boat rides are extra. Open Fridays from mid-September to Halloween. Open Saturday and Sunday from mid-September through mid-November.
Country Days – Indian Trail, NC – 13 acres
Opens September 25, 2015! Theme: Got Food, Thank a Farmer.
There are two mazes, one designed for kids/families with multiple exits and a more confusing 7 acre adult maze. Free activities include farm animals, corn box, corn hole and playground. Paid activities include cow train, corn cannon, petting zoo, tricycles and Hop-A-Long Rodeo. Located southeast of Charlotte. Past themes included 2014 Theme: Crazy Cornfused, Goodness Grows in NC (2012) and Hummingbird and flowers (2011).
Rural Hill – Huntersville, NC – 7 Acres
Opens September 12, 2015. A seven acre maze with two miles of paths open Friday through Sunday from mid-September through early November. Adults are $10. Children 5-12 are $7. Flashlight maze on Saturday and Sunday nights starting in late September. Adults are $15. Children 5-12 are $10. Mini maze, pumpkin picking, corn hole and hayrides also available. Located north of Charlotte. Past themes featured Wagon (2013) and “Fit to be A-Maized” (fitness) (2011).
Devine Farms – Newton, NC. The 133 acre farm is open weekends in October. They feature a corn maze, pumpkins, food, music, kids maze, and contests. The address is 2675 St. James Church Rd., Newton, NC 28658. It is located 40 miles northwest of Charlotte.
Johnny Wilson Farm – Granite Falls, NC. The farm features a 3 acre corn maze, apple orchard, tram ride, bounce house, farm animals and of course a pumpkin patch. The address is 2547 Dry Ponds Rd., Granite Falls, NC. It is about 68 miles northwest of Charlotte.
Blue Mountain Farms – Glade Valley, NC. A family farm growing Christmas trees has been growing pumpkins also for 10 years. They open the last weekend in September and it runs weekends throughout October. Also new is their corn maze. The address is 1038 Woodruff Road, Glade Valley, NC. It is about 95 miles north of Charlotte.
Grover Pumpkin Festival – Grover, NC
Maze is open on Saturdays in October even though the pumpkin festival is only one day. Haunted maze for two Saturdays in October. There is also a haymaze and pumpkin chunkin’. Located southwest of Gastonia near the border with South Carolina.
Stricklands – Tabor City, NC – 6.6 Acres
2014 Theme: Within the Heart
Opens September 26, 2014. The Strickland family moved from their tobacco farm to their present location in 1996 after cuts in the tobacco quota. There are 1-2 miles of trails in the 6 acre corn maze as well as an 8 foot high bridge. After dark, flashlights for the maze can be rented for $1 but you are encouraged to bring your own. A portion of the corn maze is dedicated to the haunted trail, which doesn’t allow flashlights at all!
Northwest North Carolina
Ashe County Corn Maze – Ashe County, NC
Open Thursday through Sunday from late September through late October. Admission is $7. Children under 3 are free. A variety of games at the farm include corn hole, slide, hay bale maze, face painting (weekends)and horse shoes.
Greenville – Rocky Mount
Briley’s Farm Market – Greenville, NC
2013 Theme: Happy 16th Birthday Lindsay!
2011 Theme: Fall
Corn maze Friday through Sunday in October. Hay rides, pumpkin patch, hay maze, pony rides, farm animals, gem mining and playground.
Odom Farming Company, Inc. – Goldboro, NC – 10 Acres
Corn maze, pumpkin patch and wagon rides. 2013 theme was a tractor.
Riverside Family Farm – Mount Airy, NC. Establish family farm in 1987, it features a corn maze, pick your own pumpkins, an annual Field of Fun an Adventure, hayrides, and more. At night they also have a haunted maze and haunted hayride. The farm opens Labor Day weekend. The address is 2638 Riverside Dr., Mt. Airy, NC 27030. It is about 39 mile north of Winston-Salem.
Maize Adventure – High Point, NC. They may be one of the best farm parks in the country. It has a corn maze, pumpkin patch, zip line, rodeo, a midway of shops and food concessions, cow train, duck races, and pumpkin house. They host parties, weddings, and corporate events also. The address is 1615 Kersey Valley Road, High Point, NC 27263. It is about 27 miles southeast of Winston-Salem. 2011 & 2012 Theme: Farm Scene Investigation. The 10 acre corn maze has punch stations and Farm Scene Investigation. Dog-friendly! Other activities include haunted Spookywoods, laser tag, jumping pillows, cow train, gem dig, dinosaur discovery and Hop-a-Long Rodeo. Parking is $5. Admission is $10-25. Open to the public on Saturday, Sunday and Labor Day from Labor Day Weekend to early November.
J. Razz & Tazz Farm – Gibsonville, NC
Open Friday through Sunday in the Fall starting September 20, 2014. Maze admission is $8 per person. Combination discount tickets including other activities are available. Hayrides, haunted hayrides, pre-picked pumpkins, cow train, corn bin. Located between Greensboro and Burlington.