Locate top Tennessee corn mazes on our list of popular farms near Nashville, Knoxville and Memphis. 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!
Be sure to check out their website for further information, hours and prices. Most are open in September and October. Many have pumpkins, fresh food, live animals, hayrides, and games which may have different hours or additional costs.
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Maple Lane Farms – Greenback, TN – 10 Acres, Multiple Mazes
2014 Theme: American Cancer Society: Breast Cancer Screening
Maple Lane Farms will hold its 16th annual corn maze. It will be haunted at Halloween. There’s also a pumpkin patch, hayrides and more fall fun. The farm started with a pumpkin patch in 1993 and is run by Bob Schmidt, former president of the Tennessee Cattlemen’s Association. Past themes have included Alcoa Tennessee Operations (2013), Maryville College (2012), and United Way (2011).
Oakes Farm – Corryton, TN. – 9 Acres, Multiple Mazes
Opens September 19, 2015.
Oakes Farm near Knoxville has a large maze and a small maze for kids. It has over 25 other activities including a pumpkin patch, hayride, pedal carts and slides. There’s also the Trail of Doom, a separate multi-attraction haunted scream park. Past maze themes have featured 2014 Theme: Pick Tennessee, Knoxville Zoo and Rainforest Adventures (2013), Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (2012), and NASCAR driver Trevor Bayne winning the Daytona 500 (2011). Located just 21 miles northeast of Knoxville this farm features a pumpkin patch and 9 acre corn maze for getting lost. There are more than 25 fun activities for kids, too. Animal exhibit by Rainforest Adventures, giant slide, hayrides, jumping pillow, pedal karts, corn hole and sand play area. Nights bring the Trail of Doom and Thriller Nights of Lights hayride. General admission is $8-10. Add the pumpkin of your choice for $5. Kids under three years of age are free. The address is 8240 Corryton Road, Corryton, TN 37721.
Knox Corn Maze –
Opens October 3, 2015!!
Attractions: Corn Maze, Children’s Activities, Pumpkin Patch, Hay Ride, Petting Zoo, Flashlight Maze, Haunted Maze, Petting Zoo. Price: General Admission $10, Hay Ride $5, Haunted Maze $15. Location: Gilreath Farms, 2019 Kennedy Road, Knoxville, TN 37290
Deep Well Farm – Lenoir City, TN. This family has been farming for more than 50 years and opened Deep Well Farm in 2010. Pumpkin patch, old fashioned hay ride and corn field maze. Other activities include the hay maze, farm animals, mega slide, tube slide, rope wall, corn kernal play area and tire swings. Children 2 and under are free. Corn maze is $10 per person. Pumpkin patch and hayride is $10 per person. Combination ticket is $16 per person. Open Friday through Sunday starting in mid-September. Also open Thursdays in October. The address is 9567 Hwy 11E, Lenoir City, TN 37772. It is 24 miles west of Knoxville.
Ballinger Farm – Jefferson City, TN.
Opens September 25, 2015
Enjoy the patch of pumpkins, corn maze, hay ride, giant jumping pillow, 80 foot double barrel slides, tractor tire swing, see saws, duck races and petting zoo. Bring hot dogs and marshmallows to roast at one of their fire pits. Admission is $10 per person but ages 2 and under are free with paying adult. Cash or check only. Open Fridays and weekends from late September to early November. Haunted maze open for three days in mid-late October. It is located at 2738 Renfro Rd., Jefferson City, TN 37760. This farm is located 30 miles northeast of Knoxville.
Echo Valley – Jefferson City, TN – 15 Acres, Multiple Mazes
Echo Valley has been a family farm since 1896. It is owned by Charlie and Parker Simpson. It has three large mazes and two kids mazes. Other fall fun includes a haunted trail, hayrides, pumpkins and a petting zoo.
Country Harvest – Lafollette, TN. A corn maze and pumpkin farm with pick your own pumpkins and hay ride ($3). Free pumpkins for children ages 12 and under during daylight hours while supplies last. Other activities include corn box, hay climb, straw crawl, human tumbleweed, hillbilly slide and cow train ($2). Also two corn mazes for the price of one. Corn maze admission is $8 with children 2 and under free. Haunted hayride and maze after dark in October on Friday and Saturday nights for $10. The address is 4384 General Carl Stiner Hwy, Lafollette, TN 37766. This location is 49 miles north of Knoxville.
Myers Pumpkin Patch – Bulls Gap, TN – 24 Acres
Maze & Hayride is $6 per person. Haunted maze is $10 per person. There will also be a new haunted hayride in 2014.
Neas Farm – Parrottsville, TN. Have fun at the pumpkin hunt, 6 acre corn maze and hay rides. Open Saturdays and Sundays in October. Admission is $5-6. Children are allowed to keep one pumpkin with admission. Located between Greenville and Newport. Neas Farm is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was founded in 1885 by Isaac Ottinger. The address is 3301 Sable Rd., Parrottsville, TN. This is 59 miles east of Knoxville.
Myers Farm – Bulls Gap, TN. A working family farm owned by Eldon and Vera Ann Myers located in Greene County in northeast Tennessee. It has a patch for pumpkin picking and cornfield maze in the fall. Three mazes are cut into the 24 acre cornfield and hayrides. Corn maze and hayride is $6 with children 5 and under free. Hayrides only are $3. Open daily but closed during school hours. The Trail of Terror is their nine acre haunted maze open on Friday and Saturday nights. Cash or check only. The address is 3415 Gap Creek Rd., Bulls Gap, TN 37711. It is 60 miles east of Knoxville.
Cruze Farm – Knoxville, TN
Hicks Family Farm – Newport, TN
Life Down on the Farm – Powell, TN – 4 Acres
2013: Did not open. Might re-open in 2014.
Mid-South Maze – Memphis, TN
2014 Theme: Alien
In addition to the day maze, you can enjoy the haunted maze at night as well as haunted hayrides. Other popular activities include the corn cannon and jumping pillow. Past maze designs have included brain (2013), Spiderweb (2012) and Owl (2011).
Donnell Century Farm Adventure – Jackson, TN.
Opens September 26, 2015!!
Pick your own pumpkins, corn field maze, jumping pillow, pumpkin blaster, cow train, barnyard animals, hay maze, hay mountain, tractor tire obstacles, goat ramp and giant slide. They are located at 3720 US 70 East Jackson, TN.
Jones Orchard – Millington, TN. A 600 acre farm growing peaches and other produce since it was founded in 1940. Pick your own pumpkins from their five acre patch, get lost in their ten acre cornfield and enjoy a hayride. Admission is $6 for adults and kids (ages six and over). The Festival of Fear offers a haunted hayride and other spooky attractions. Located 10 miles north of Memphis. It opens around October 1st. During the fall, they welcome visitors to their maze and haunted attractions, including the Shadowlands Journey of Terror, Hangman’s Hollow Haunted Hayride and Scarecrow Theater. Past maze themes have featured Spooky Zombies (2014), Mummies (2013), Werewolves in the corn (2012) and The Mighty Mississippi (2011).
Gentry Farm – Franklin, TN – 4 Acres
Opens September 26, 2015 !!
2014 Theme: The Carter House
Holt Family Farms – Dresden, TN. Pumpkin patch open Friday and Saturday from late September to late October. Also open daily for school groups by appointment. Enjoy the tractor drawn hayrides, corn maze, petting zoo, playground and farm market. Admission for ages 3 and up is $7. Located in Northwest Tennessee between Dresden, McKenzie and Paris. The address is 461 Jewell Store Road, Dresden, TN 38225.
Falcon Ridge Farm – Toone, TN. A 240 acre farm run by the Gilmers who host a Fall Festival every autumn. Pick your pumpkins right off the vine, tractor drawn hayride, six acre cornfield maze, petting zoo, pony rides and cornbox. Open daily from early September through early November. The address is 22630 Highway 18 N, Toone, Tennessee. They are 73 miles east of Memphis. Past maze themes were (2013) Jack O’ Lantern, (2012) A Salute to Tennessee Agriculture, and (2011) Go Grizzlies.
Fender’s Farm – Jonesborough, TN. A farm with pumpkin picking patch and 45 other fall fun farm activities, including wagon rides, pedal carts, animal barn, sand box, pig races and more. Seven acre cornfield maze is $9-12 plus tax. Haunted attractions on Friday and Saturday nights include 3 acre Field of Screams, Insane Inn, Buried Alive and Maniac Maze. Price for haunted attractions ranges from $10-20 depending on the number of activities you wish to try. Available at an additional charge: redneck zombie paintball, corn cannon, pumpkin cannon, bull riding and apple launcher. The address is 254 Highway 107, Jonesborough, TN 37659. It is 12 miles northeast of Johnson City. Past maze designs have included Sequoyah Council (2014), Amazing Brain (2013), Shriners Hospital (2012), and Relay for Life – American Cancer Society (2011).
Stickley Farm – Bluff City, TN.
Opens September 25, 2015!
A third generation family farm operating since the 1930s. They opened the farm to visitors for fall fun starting in 2006 with pumpkin patch, corn maze, haunted maze, zip line, hay rides and jumping pillow. Prices for maze range from $7 to $14 for the combination regular and haunted maze. Hayrides are $2 – it takes you around the entire maze. Ages five and under are free. Zipline costs $15 and $5 for each additional ride. The location is 531 Timbermill Pvt Drive, Bluff City, TN 37618. It is located 17 miles north of Johnson City. Past themes have included Stickley Farms 75 Years (2014), Ziplash (2013), Pat Summitt (2012) and A Nation to Remember (2011).
Beck Mountain – Elizabethton, TN – 4 Acres
Cleek Farms – Kingsport, TN
Opens September 19, 2015! Theme: Cow
The Cleek family has been farming here since 1938, although the land has been farmed since 1793. Last theme: Cow (2014).
Hartman’s Corn Maze, Mosheim, TN 8 acres. Haunted Maze
8 acres of precision designed corn maze ,shed and hay ride. Haunted Fri.and Sat night’s dusk till 11 pm in Oct.
Nashville – Knoxville – Chattanooga triangle
Amazin’ Acres of Fun – Sparta, TN. The largest u-pick patch in Middle Tennessee according to their website. More than 25 farm activities including hayrides and 3 corn mazes. Farm fun includes corn box, cow train, tire mountain, goat walk, farm animals, hay bounce, pig races and more. Located between Knoxville and Nashville west of Crossville and south of Cookeville. The address is 2857 Old Kentucky Rd. N, Sparta, TN. Amazin’ Acres is run by the McCulley family. They have three mazes, a large maze for adults, a small maze for toddlers and a haunted Trail of Terror.
Baker Mountain Farm – Spencer, TN. Hay ride, petting farm, slides, corn mazes and mini zip line all located in Van Buren County minutes from Fall Creek Falls State Park. Open to the public Saturdays only starting late September through October. Located at 351 Pioneer Lane, Spencer, TN which is just 25 miles south of Sparta.
Cedarwood Farms – McMinnville, TN. A 100 acre farm with pick your own pumpkin patch and corn maze. They started growing pumpkins in 2001 when the owner’s son Luke decided he wanted to plant pumpkins. Other activities include corn maze, hayrides, hay maze, tire swings, super slides and petting zoo. Country Kitchen offers goodies for consumption. Stick around for a weekend bonfire. The address is 6800 Nashville Hwy, McMinnville, TN. Located southeast of Murfreesboro and 34 miles southwest of Sparta.
Autumn Acres – Crossville, TN – 12 Acres
Opens September 19, 2015.
50 acres of farm fun including pumpkin picking and corn maze. Other activities include hayrides, corn box, jumping pillow, corn cannon and petting zoo. They are open the middle of September through early November. It is located at 1096 Baier Rd., Crossville, TN 38571. This location is 78 miles west of Knoxville. Autumn Acres is the 50 acre Cumberland County farm of Bo and Stephanie Woods. The maze goes haunted at Halloween. The farm also has other fall fun such as hayrides, a petting zoo, straw crawl, corn box, slides, a jumping pillow and a corn cannon.
Old McDonald’s Farm – Sale Creek, TN. A working farm of nearly 700 acres that has been in the McDonald family for eight generations. It was settled by James and Kitty McDonald in 1821. It has a patch for pumpkin picking, cornfield maze, hay rides, giant slides, pumpkin sling shot and gem mining. Admission is $12 per person. Children under 3 years of age are free. Open Saturdays and Sundays from mid-September through the end of October, as well as Halloween. Located in Hamilton County 32 minutes north of Chattanooga. The address is 16705 Coulterville Road, Sale Creek, TN 37373.
Granddaddy’s Farm – Estill Springs, TN.
Opens September 12, 2015!
The Dixon family has been farming here since 1951. They have a pumpkin patch, corn maze, animal barn, hayrides, half mile round trip nature trail and more farm fun including pig races. Night maze open Friday and Saturday nights (no flashlights – glow sticks available for purchase). Hayrides leave hourly on Saturday. On Tuesday through Friday, they leave at 2 and 5 PM. Moonlight rides available on Friday and Saturday night at 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30 PM. Fall market and activities open Tuesday through Saturday. Admission is $8 for ages 2+. Season pass is $20. Pumpkins are extra. They are located at 454 Highland Ridge Road, Estill Springs, TN 37330. It is 80 miles west of Chattanooga.
Walden Farm – Smyrna, TN.
Opens September 19, 2015.
Activities include pick your own pumpkin, hay rides, pumpkin train, face painting, corn maze and animal barn. A variety of food and beverages including pumpkin fudge is available. They have free parking and free admission to the farm. Open to the public daily except Wednesday when it is closed. Farm fun starts the middle of September. The location is 8653 Rocky Fork Rd., Smyrna, TN 37167. It is 23 miles southeast of Nashville.
Shuckle’s Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch – NEW LOCATION THIS YEAR!
Maize at Milton – Milton, TN – 10 Acres
Holiday Acres Farm – Ethridge, TN – 6 Acres
2014 Theme: Simple Machines
2013 Theme: Tennesse Wildlife
2012 Theme: Statue of Liberty
2011 Theme: Birds
Honeysuckle Hill Farm – Springfield, TN.
Fall Festival opens September 19, 2015
This farm has pick your own pumpkin, wagon rides, 7 acre maze, farm animals, jumping pillow, duck races, tire mountain, pumpkin cannon, pig races, zipline and gemstone mining. Open Tuesday through Sunday for $10.95 per person plus tax. General admission includes free pumpkin from the patch. Some activities have an additional cost. Grandma’s Country Kitchen open on Saturdays and Sundays. Scream Creek Haunted Woods open on Friday and Saturday nights in October. Price is $16 or $21 when combined with farm admission. They feature Zombie Apocalypse Paintball. Nights of lights is $2 with farm admission or $5 without admission. The address is 1765 Martins Chapel Church Road, Springfield, TN 37172. They are 25 miles northwest of Nashville. Past designs featured Luke Bryan (2014), George Jones, The Possum (2013), Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee (2012) and 101st Airborne (2011).
Lucky Ladd Farms – Eagleville, TN.
Opens September 19, 2015 !!
Over 60 acres of farm fun including pumpkin picking, corn mazes and petting farm. Over 70 activities for the whole family. The pumpkin picking patch has more than 10 varieties of pumpkins. Petting farm has over 100 friendly farm animals. Brush the goats and sheep. Pet and feed the chickens, llamas and other animals. Pony rides, baby chick hatchery, duck & catfish pond and peacock alley. 20 minute wagon ride, wilderness trail, and educational exhibits. Playground activities, toddler town for kids under four and children’s games. Admission is $9-10. Free parking. Pumpkin Hollar and Corn Maze After Dark are $12. The address is 4374 Rocky Glade Road, Eagleville, TN 37060. It is 38 miles southeast of Nashville. Maze opens around September 10th and after dark opens the first weekend in October. Past themes honored Ford 50 Years (2014), Kroger (2013), Ronald McDonald House Charities of Nashville (2012) and The Buzz on Bees (2011).
Ring Farm – Columbia, TN. A 130 acre farm in Maury County with pumpkin patch, 10 acre cornfield maze and 1.5 mile wagon ride. Kids can also enjoy the two forty foot pipe slides, rat run pipe and straw pyramid. They open the first weekend in October. Open since 2005. The address is 2628 Greens Mill Rd., Columbia, TN 38401. They are 40 miles south of Nashville.
Lyon family Farms – Taft, TN. A 15 acre u-pick pumpkin field with over 50 varieties of pumpkins. They also have a pumpkin slingshot, 7 acre corn maze, tractor pulled wagon ride, cow train, inflatable slides, monster slide, hay bale maze, corn cob cannon, farm animal petting zoo and pig races. General admission is $8.75-$9.75 including tax. Season pass is $25. Kids under age 2 are free. All u-pick pumpkins are $4 each. Open Wednesday through Sunday starting in late September. They are located at 130 Bellview Road, Taft, TN 38488. They are located just 25 miles north of Huntsville, AL.
Keller’s Corny Country – Dickson, TN. Pick your own pumpkins and corn maze. Other activities include hay rides, barrel train rides, monster slide, corn bin and tire playground. Started by Bryan and Tonya Keller in 2008 after hosting an annual harvest festival on their farm for five years. Open Saturdays in October, the third and fourth Sunday in October as well as Tuesday through Friday by reservation. Admission is $5-7. Children 2 and under as well as adults with military ID are free. Pumpkins are 50 cents per pound. The address is 542 Fire Tower Road, Dickson, TN 37055. This is 51 miles west of Nashville.
Birchland Ocoee Farms – Benton, TN – 9 Acres, Multiple Mazes
Opens September 26, 2015. Theme: Rivers of the Cherokee.
Past designs have featured 2014 Theme: Ocoee… Place of Passion & Beauty, A Celebration of Plant and Animal Life! (2013), Girl Scouts (2012) and Peace Like a River (2011). Patch of pumpkins, hay rides, corn mazes, cow train, corn cannon, corn toss, goat walk, no left turn maze and farm animals. The River Maze is owned and operated by Joe and Dianne Fetzer of Birchland Ocoee Farms. Admission for ages 4 and up is $9 plus tax. It open around September 20th. Tokens must be purchased for face painting, pumpkin painting, cow train and corn cannon. The address is 1371 Hwy 64, Ocoee, TN 37361. This is about 41 miles east of Chattanooga, TN.
Enchanted Maize – Flintstone, TN
Opens September 24, 2015. Theme is Sunny Days of Fall.
Past themes have included 2014 Theme: Crop Circles, Chattanooga 150 Years Civil War (2013), Rock City Celebrating 80 Years (2012) and Coca Cola (2011).
Guthrie Farms – Riceville, TN – 7 Acres
2014 Theme: Game of Corn
Opens September 24, 2015. Past themes included Down on the Farm (2012) and Oceans Eleven (2011). Farm also offers redneck zombie paintball. Pumpkin patch, hayride, corn maze, petting animal barn, tire mountain, meadow maze, hill climb, super slide and obstacle course. Open Friday through Sunday starting late September and closing late October. Also open Halloween night. Admission is $7-9 per person. Children 4 and under are free. Pumpkins sold for 40 cents per pound. They feature Redneck zombie paintball on Friday and Saturday nights. Cost is $15, which includes paintball gun and paintballs. The address is 490 Country Road 67, Riceville, TN 37370. This is 51 miles northeast of Chattanooga.