Louisiana Corn Mazes

Our list of Louisiana corn mazes open this fall.  Visitors this fall can get lost in a daytime corn maze, 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 websites for further information, hours and prices.  Most are open from late September through October. Many feature hayrides, haunted attractions, pumpkins, and kids fun activities that may have other hours.

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All Corn Mazes in Louisiana

CM Farms LLC - Dry Creek, LA
This corn maze has pre-picked pumpkins as well as a ten acre corn maze, pig races, wagon rides, corn cannon and paintball shooting gallery ride from September 29th to November 28th. Their address is 252 CM Farms Rd., Dry Creek, LA 70637. It is about 48 miles north of Lake Charles, LA.

Curry Farms - Start, LA
The fun begins this fall on September 30th.  Pumpkin patch is open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.  This farm has a pumpkin patch, corn maze, and fall activities including sleigh rides, duck races, tractors, goat walk, bounce pillow and more. Their address is 548 Robinson Drive, Start, LA.

Steele’s Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze - Angie, LA
They open this fall on October 6th. They feature pumpkin, a corn maze, petting zoo, hay ride, concessions and kids activities. they are open until November 1st. Their address is 56459 Dollar Road, Angie, LA 70426. It is about 85 miles north of New Orleans.

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Cajun Country Corn – Pine Grove, LA – 7 Acres
Open Friday through Sunday the last weekend in September until late November.  Cajun Country Corn has been farming food and fiber for over 30 years. They started their corn maze in 2000 and have been doing it ever since.In addition to the regular maze, they open up a portion of the maze on Friday and Saturday nights for haunting. Other spooky attractions include the haunted trail, board maze and zombie paintball. You can also enjoy the pumpkin blaster, corn cannon and other farm attractions while you are there.

LSU AgCenter Corn Maze – Baton Rouge, LA
Opens each Saturday in October. Find your way out of the maze and enjoy a family event including zip line, petting farm, pumpkin painting, hay mountain, hayride, face painting, and giant sling shot. Admission is $10. Free for children 3 and younger. Wind through the maze, decorate a pumpkin and take a hayride. Bring the family, wear your favorite Halloween costume and enjoy an evening bonfire, corn dogs, s’mores and music. Free for children 3 and younger.
Located at 4560 Essen Lane, Baton Rouge, LA.

DixieMaze Farms – Shreveport, LA – 8 Acres
There are three mazes cut within this 8 acre design. A small, easy maze awaits children. A large, difficult maze is there to challenge adults. And for those who want a scare, at night, the third section of the corn maze becomes a Field of Screams. Quite spooky. Two other haunted attractions, Zombie Paintball and the Trail of Terrors, also await thrill seekers. Other attractions include the live on the vine pumpkin patch, hay rides, pony rides, and more farm fun.

 

One thought on “Louisiana Corn Mazes

  1. miriam smith says:

    we went here last year and enjoyed it immensely. The MAIZE is too far away and 13th Gate/Necropolis is too expensive, too long of lines….
    AgMaizing is cheaper, less lines and fun even with the haunting! Wondering chainsaw man was amazing.
    Maybe it doesn’t have the activities of the MAIZE but it is totally fun getting LOST in it. Looking forward to going again this year.

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