Here are the corn mazes near Charlotte, North Carolina:
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.