Below you will find our list of Florida corn mazes, including options near Gainesville, Jacksonville and Tampa. 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! Don’t forget to check out their websites for additional information, hours and prices. Most are open late September through October for fall fun. Many have pumpkins, live animals, haunted attractions, and lots of kids activities.
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Rogers Farm – Gainesville, FL – 10 Acres. Opens first weekend in October. Six generations of the Rogers family have worked their 1000 acres of farmland. On Friday and Saturday nights in October, the maze becomes haunted. Other farm fun available at their farm festival includes hayrides, petting zoo, corn cannon, pony rides and giant slides. Location: 3831 NW 156TH AVE., Gainesville, FL 32609
Coon Hollo Corn Maze – Micanopy, FL – 5 Acres. Opens in October. A family owned farm that opened their corn to visitors in 2009. Admission includes cornfield maze, hay ride, mini golf and farmyard playground. Past maze themes include Coon Hollo (2011). Location: 22480 N Hwy 441, Micanopy Fl 32667
Newberry’s Cornfield Maze – Newberry, FL – 2 Mazes. It features a corn maze during the day and a Haunted Corn Maze at night. Also has hay rides and a kids corner. Their address is 20015 West Newberry Road Newberry, FL 32669.
Timberline Farm – Belleview, FL
Opens October 2, 2015!
Opens the first weekend in October. A third generation working farm with a maze on Friday through Sunday in October. Available activities include pumpkin patch, hay rides, petting zoo, train rides and pony rides. Location: 3200 Southeast 115th Street, Belleview, Florida 34420
Sweet Season Farms – Milton, FL – 7 Acres. Opens the last weekend in September. If you find your way out of the corn, you can take a hayride, try the corn cannon, or conquer the mini hay bale maze. Past maze themes included Bubba Watson (2014), Beaches to Woodlands Tour (2013), Give Cancer the Boot (2012), “Florida Grown” – Local Products (2011). Location: 2260 Horn Road, Milton FL 32570
Sykes and Cooper Farms – Elkton, FL – 9 Acres.
Opens October 3, 2015! Theme is St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park.
Opens the first weekend in October. Sykes and Cooper Farms has been farming for more than 50 years. They cut their first cornfield in 2010. Take a hayride, meet the farm animals or engage in other fall farm fun. Past themes have featured St. Augustine (2014), Florida (2013), Farm to Table (2012) and American Farming (2011). Location: 5995 Brough Rd, Elkton, FL 32033
Cowart Ranch and Farms – Bunnell, FL.
Opens October 2, 2015!!
They operate a Maze Dayz Fall Festival on weekends in October. It features pumpkins, corn maze, hayrides, live animals, duck race, and lots more kids activities. Cowart Ranch remains popular with over 3,146 Facebook likes. Their address is 8185 W Highway 100, Bunnell, FL. It is about 31 miles north of Daytona Beach.
Conner’s A-Maize-Ing Acres – Hilliard, FL. They operate their corn maze on Saturdays from the first weekend in October through the middle of November. Choose pumpkins from the Navajo Indian Reservation. Activities include pedal carts, corn cannon, horseback riding, putt putt, a cow train, and more live animals. Their corn maze started in 2003. Past themes included Wounded Warrior Project (2011), Slow Food Snail (2012), and The Year of the American Farmer (2013). Their address is 19856 County Road 121, Hilliard, Fl 32046. It is located about 31 miles northwest of Jacksonville.
Fox Squirrel Corn Maze – Plant City, FL.
Opens October 3, 2015!
Single R ranch is a 5 generation family farm. An fun place with hayrides, corn maze, pumpkin patch and lots of activities like balloon art, live farm animals, duck races, horseshoes and games. Also they have food, treats, ice cream and shopping. Fox Squirrel has over 2,878 Facebook likes. Their address is 3002 Charlie Taylor Road N, Plant City, Florida 33565. It is about 26 miles east of Tampa.
Hunsader Farms – Bradenton, FL. This farm hosts a pumpkin festival on Friday and Saturday the last three full weekends in October. It offers pumpkins, hayrides, pony rides, corn maze, scarecrow displays, face painting, petting zoo, playground and children’s train ride. The address is 5500 C.R. 675, Bradenton, FL 34211. It is about 56 miles south of Tampa.
Smith Family Ranch – Lakeland, FL – 8 Acres. Opens in late September, the 20 acres of farm includes the 8 acre corn field maze. There is a haunted maze on Halloween night. Fall festival activities include hayride, farm animals, mini maze, bounce pillow, pumpkins and duck races. Past themes have included God Made a Rancher (2014), Florida Agriculture: 500 Years (2013), Country (2012) and Polk County Anniversary Celebration (2011).
Location: 13444 Moore RD, Lakeland, FL 33809
HarvestMoon Farm – Masaryktown, FL. Pick your own pumpkins and go through a very good 5 acre corn maze. Enjoy their petting farm, jumping pillow, cow train, and kids playground. Their address is 15990 Stur St., Masaryktown, FL 4604. It is about 36 miles north of Tampa.
Sweet Fields Farm – Masaryktown, FL.
Expected Open: First Weekend in October 2015!
Pick your pumpkin from their field pumpkin patch or choose pre-cut pumpkins. Also enjoy the fall 5 acre corn maze and scarecrow contest. Their address is 17250 Benes Roush Road Masaryktown, Fl 34604. It is about 37 miles north of Tampa.
Long and Scott Farms – Zellwood, FL – 6 Acres, 2 Mazes
Opens October 4, 2014. In addition to the corn field, there is a 3 acre tree maze, hay ride, playground, jumping pillow, super slide and kids’ zip line. The farm was started by childhood friends Billy Long and Frank Scott, Jr in 1963. Frank’s daughter, Rebecca Scott Ryan, now manages Scott’s Maze Adventures. 2013 Theme: Second Harvest Food Bank
Location: 26216 County Road 448A, Mt. Dora, FL 32757