Georgia corn mazes near Columbus, Atlanta, Athens, and Savannah. Be sure to check out their websites for further information, hours and prices. 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!
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All Corn Mazes in Georgia
Madrac Farms - Rincon, GA
Open every Thursday through Sunday starting on October 5th. It features an 8 acre pumpkin patch growing a special Orange Bulldog Pumpkin designed for the South Georgia climate. Pick them right off the vine. Also a 5 acre corn maze, hayrides, farm animals and a new tire playground. Admission is $7 for ages 3 and up, plus the cost of your pumpkin. Face painting, bouncy house and pony rides are extra. A Pumpkin’ Chunkin’ contest runs at the end of October. Their address is 580 Ralph Rahn Rd., Rincon, GA 31326. It is about 23 miles northwest of Savannah.
Poppell Farms - Odum, GA
Open weekends starting September 29th. A 10 acre corn maze, pumpkin picking patch and haunted forest started by Genell and Tanya Poppell in 1988. They have been inviting visitors for agritainment for over 10 years. Also enjoy pony rides, petting zoo and play area with cow train, spyder slyder and steer roping. Freddy’s Fright in the Forest on Friday and Saturday nights. Located southwest of Savannah and west of Jessup. Their address is located at 1765 Hyma Poppell Loop, Odum, GA 31555. It is about 72 miles southwest of Savannah.
Southern Belle Farm - McDonough, GA
Opens this fall on September 22nd. A 200 acre dairy farm that has been converted to a beef cattle and educational farm with pumpkin patch, hayrides, pig races, seven acre cornfield maze, corn cannon, cow train, pedal carts, pig and duck races, and more. It has been worked by five generations of the Carter family since J.A. Carter bought the farm in 1938. Their address is 1658 Turner Church Rd, McDonough, GA 30252. It is located about 34 miles southeast of Atlanta, Georgia.
Uncle Shuck’s - Dawsonville, GA
Open on weekends starting September 8th. Enjoy finding your pumpkin, take a daytime hay ride along the Etowah river, get lost in the 12 acre corn maze, and play with other fall fun such as the corn cannon. Also starting September 28th they run a nighttime haunted maze. Their address is 4520 Highway 53 E, Dawsonville, GA 30534. It is about 53 miles north of Atlanta.
Washington Farms - Watkinsville, GA
The fun begins this season on September 22nd. Pick your own pumpkins from the patch, play in the 8.5 acre corn maze, enjoy the hayride, petting zoo, cow train, corn cannon, jumping pillow and other fall fun. Learn more about what’s happening on the farm at their website or Facebook. They are open Fridays and Saturdays in September. They are open daily the last 10 days of October. At night go through using a flashlight. Also at night are jumping pillows, hayrides, campfires, concessions, and more. Their address is 5691 Hog Mountain Road, Watkinsville, GA 30677 It is about 14 miles west of Athens, GA.
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2019 Georgia Farms
The Enchanted Maize at Blowing Springs Farm – Flintstone, GA – Multiple Mazes
Haunted Corn Maze
After dark, enjoy the Forest of Fear and Ghost Ride at the Blowing Screams Farm haunted attraction. Have fun at the critter corral, on the cow train or the other fall farm fun. Just south of Chattanooga. Location: 271 Chattanooga Valley Rd, Flintstone, GA 30725
Hillside Orchard Farms – Lakemont, GA
Hosts a corn maze starting in early-mid September for $8 per person. Hay rides, barnyard animals and gem mining. Located south of Clayton in Northeast Georgia.
Location: 18 Sorghum Mill Dr., Lakemont, GA 30552
Buck’s Corn Maze – Dawsonville, GA – 12 Acres
The maze is named for Buck Samples, who farmed Dawson County with his wife beginning in 1995. His family continues the farming tradition that he started with the corn maze. Bring your flashlight to try the maze after dark. Or take a hayride! Located northeast of Alpharetta. Location: 1923 New Hope Rd, Dawsonville, GA, 30534
North Georgia Corn Maze – Cleveland, GA – 7 Acres
Over 135,000 people have gotten lost at this corn maze since they opened in 2004. It is located 4 miles south of Helen in the Gateway to the Mountains. After the corn maze, take a hayride, pet the farm animals or get scared at the House of Burm Season of the ShadowsReaper’s Hollow haunted attraction. Located north of Gainesville.
Location: 559 Tom Bell Road, Cleveland, GA 30528
Cagle’s Family Farm – Canton, GA
The Cagle family has been farming in Cherokee County for five generations and hosting a corn maze for 15 years. The maze takes a minimum of 45 minutes to walk through the path (assuming you don’t get lost!). Friendly farm animals, hayrides, jumping pillow, goat walk and pig races also await you on your visit. Location: 355 Stringer Rd., Canton, GA 30115
Jaemor Farms – Alto, GA – 8 Acres, 2 Mazes
Location: 5340 Cornelia Highway (Highway 365), Alto, GA 30510
A 300 acre family owned and operated farm run by the Echols family for more than 100 years. Website claims more than 100,000 visit the maze in October. Other activities include hayrides, pumpkin train, farm slide, apple cannons and duck races. Open Friday through Sunday from mid-September into early November. Located northeast of Gainesville, south of Cornelia. Maze is at the farm in Alto, NOT the Banks Crossing Commerce market.
Kernel Kob Corn Maze – Jasper, GA – 6 Acres
Haunted Corn Maze
6 acre maze has 3 miles of trails through it. Haunted maze on Friday and Saturday for the last three weekends in October. Hayrides, pony ride, petting zoo and pumpkin patch also available. Located an hour north of Atlanta and an hour south of Chattanooga.
Location: 1153 Salem Church Road – Jasper, GA 30143
Pettit Creek Farms – Cartersville
Hayrides and a corn maze await visitors to this farm’s fall PumpkinFest. Shop for pumpkins, animal petting zoo and moonwalks for kids. Open daily from September 1 to November 2nd. Camel rides and concession stand food available on weekends for an additional charge.
Old Freeman Family Farm – Sylvania, GA. A 150 acre, 5th generation family farm established in 1893. 5 acre maze with a short path and a more difficult longer path. Located north of Statesboro and northwest of Savannah. The fun starts the last weekend in September. Their address is 644 Scarboro Highway, Sylvania, GA 30467. They have over 4,485 Facebook likes. It is about 65 miles northwest of Savannah, Georgia.
Mitcham Farm Corn Maze – Oxford, GA – 7 Acres
Open Friday through Sunday from late September through October. Also open Wednesday in October. 7 acre corn field maze with 2.5 miles of paths. Other activities include pumpkin patch, hay rides, petting farm, giant mountain slide, cow train, corn cannon, pedal karts and children’s play area. Located thirty minutes east of Atlanta.
Location: 797 Macedonia Church Road, Oxford, Georgia 30054
CornDawgs Corn Maze – Loganville, GA
Play Farm Scene Investigation in the maze. Or showcase your talent on Friday night with the Corn Dawgs Idol. Located east of Atlanta between Conyers and Monroe. Location: 955 Leone Ave, Loganville, GA 30052
Still Family Farm – Powder Springs, GA
Corn on the Cobb is the 11 acre fall attraction located west of Atlanta. 4 acre Corn maze, hayrides, kiddie zipline, kiddie climb, pumpkin slingshot and a pumpkin patch.
Lanes Southern Orchard – Fort Valley, GA – 7 Acres
Play Cornundrum through the maze in the fall or enjoy the pumpkin patch and farm fall festival.
Location: 50 Lane Road, Fort Valley, GA 31030
The Rock Ranch – The Rock, GA
A 1500 acre cattle farm located an hour south of Atlanta in Upson County. Owned by Chick-fil-A founder S. Truett Cathy. Other activities include the petting zoo, zip lines, hay rides, cow train, cane pole fishing, paddle boats, pumpkin cannon, giant jumping pillow, slides and carousel. Location: 5020 Barnesville Highway, The Rock, Georgia 30285
TroupCorn Maze Adventure – Dublin, GA
Checkpoints with QR codes help people find their way through the field. Tractor hay rides, corn cannon, corn box, petting zoo, hay jump, hay bale maze, jumping pillow, kids playground and more fall fun. Located an hour east of Macon. Location: 105 Marie Church Road, Dublin, GA 31021
Old Freeman Family Farm – Sylvania, GA – 5 Acres
A 150 acre, 5th generation family farm established in 1893. 5 acre maze with a short path and a more difficult longer path. Located north of Statesboro, northwest of Savannah. Location: 644 Scarboro Highway, Sylvania, Georgia 30467
Ottawa Farms – Bloomingdale, GA
A 10 acre corn maze open from Friday through Sunday from mid-October to mid-November. Mini hay maze, cow train, pig races, corn crib, inflatables and duck fraces. Corn cannon and refreshments are extra.
Athens Corn Maze – Bogart, GA
Open Thursday through Sunday from late September through early November. 5 acre corn maze, hayride, corn box, farm animals and pony rides. Located west of Athens.