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. Visitors this fall can get lost in a daytime corn maze, the daylights scared out of you 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!
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Down on the Farm – Rainsville, AL – Multiple Mazes, 6 acres
2015 Theme: Home of the Free, Because of the Brave.
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. Past designs included Owls (2014), Honey Bees (2012) and Down on the Farm – Tractor and barn (2011).
Location: 2257 Heaton Road, Rainsville, AL 35986
Birmingham Corn Mazes
Sand Mountain Corn Maze – Sardis City, AL
2014 Theme: Wizard of Oz
It appears that they have two mazes cut into their corn. They also have a hay ride and pumpkin patch. They are located near Gadsden an hour northeast of Birmingham. 2013 design was a tractor.
Location: Cox Gap Road a 1/4 mile off Hwy 431 in Sardis City, AL
4D Farm – Cullman, AL.
Opens September 26, 2015!
Take a hayride to the patch, visit the farm animals, navigate the corn maze and enjoy other fall activities. Eighty foot slide, pig races, cow train, sand pit, duck races, two story play barn and jumping pillow. The farm was purchased in December 2004 and started as a poultry farm before branching into agritourism. Pumpkins, pony rides, corn cannon, and pumpkin slingshots are not included in the price of admission. Open to the public for fall fun starting in late September on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. 4D Farm is very popular with over 7,964 Facebook likes. Located between Decatur and Birmingham. Their address is 7182 County Road 703, Cullman, Alabama 35055. It is about 29 miles north of Birmingham.
Montgomery Corn Mazes
Dream Field Farms – Fitzpatrick, AL. Central Alabama pumpkin picking and fall festival on weekends in October that opens the last weekend in September. Enjoy the covered wagon ride, 5 acre corn maze, fishing, boating, inflatable village, human goat tower, minestone sluice, and petting zoo with farm animals. Located southeast of Montgomery and west of Union Springs. Their address is 6376 Highway 82, Fitzpatrick, AL 36029. It is about 35 miles southeast of Montgomery. Dream Field Farms has more than 6,294 Facebook likes.
Backyard Orchards – Pittsview, AL.
Open September 26 to October 31, 2015!
Fall festival on the last weekend in September and throughout October. Pick their own pumpkin from the real patch, enjoy a wagon ride, or pick cotton from the field. Play on their tractor tires and in a corn trough. They also have a 2 acre corn maze. Located north of Eufaula, southwest of Fort Benning South and Columbus. Their address is 6585 Hwy 431, Eufaula, AL. It is about 45 miles southeast of Auburn.
Aplin Farms – Dothan, AL. A fourth generation vegetable farm since 1952. U-pick pumpkins, corn maze, wagon ride and petting zoo are just some of the activities available at Aplin Farms. Open daily in October. Located in Geneva County between Slocomb and Dothan. The address is 2729 Geneva Co. Rd. 49N Dothan, AL. It is about 10 miles west of Dothan.
Daybreak Farms – Greenville, AL – 8.5 Acres. Fifth generation farming family Tom and Julie Duncan welcome you to Daybreak Farms. Located in Butler County southeast of Montgomery. Location: 600 Dunn Road, Greenville, Alabama 36037
CornDodgers Farm – Headland, AL – 7 Acres
Opens September 26, 2015! 2015 Theme is Miracle League of Dothan.
CornDodgers is run by Eric and Amanda Knight. They got the maze bug and started in 2008 so this is their 7th 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. Past designs featured Farmers Feed Families (2014), Go Trojans! (2012) and United We Stand – Family Unit (2011).
Location: 1555 Knowles Road, Headland, AL
Location: 30497 Hixson Rd., Elberta, Alabama 36530
Magnolia Corn Maze – Summerdale, AL.
Opens Saturday, October 3, 2015!
A corn maze for the past five years with a 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. The address is 15275 County Road 49, Summerdale, AL 36580. It is about 33 miles southeast of Mobile.