Locate Texas corn mazes on our list of local farms near you in Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, Austin and more. 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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All Corn Mazes in Texas
Barton Hill Farms - Bastrop, TX
A farm with fall activities including a huge corn maze, pick your own pumpkins, and fall festival fun. They have Kayaking the Colorado, pony rides, super slides, farm animals, roping, a pirate ship, and an old Texas fort on site. The address is 1115 Farm to Market 969, Bastrop, Texas 78602. They are located 29 miles east of Austin.
Dewberry Farms - Brookshire, TX
This corn maze near Houston offers 30 plus fall fun attractions for families. An 8 acre maze and an 8 acre pick your own patch for pumpkins. Fun includes wagon rides, horse carousel, gem mining, pig races, barnyard animals and children’s playground. See more than 500 lighted pumpkins in their Pumpkin Hollar. Open on weekends from late September to November. They also sell Christmas trees in season. Located west of Katy at FM 362 & Morrison Rd., Brookshire, TX 77423. This is about 44 miles west of downtown Houston.
Love Creek Orchards - Medina, TX
This pick your own fruit farm sells pre-picked pumpkins in the fall. The Great Hill Country Pumpkin Patch offers hayrides, petting zoo, hay bale maze, apple orchard tour, pumpkin painting and cider mill. Additional fee for pumpkins, face painting (weekends), pony rides, barrel trains and animal feed. About the Farm: Run by Baxtor and Carol Adams, who converted the cattle ranch they purchased in 1980 to a popular apple orchard when they discovered the land was overgrazed. The address is 13558 State Highway 16N, Medina, TX 78055. This is about 66 miles west of San Antonio.
Sweet Berry Farm - Marble Falls, TX
A pick your own strawberry farm in the Spring and pumpkin patch in Fall with a four acre hayfield maze.
Yesterland Farm - Canton, TX
A locally owned farm by Chuck and Kama Bozeman with a fun fall festival happening on weekends beginning in late September through the middle of November. Their website says it is famous for its pumpkin patch. It boasts a huge list of farm activities including a three acre corn maze, rock wall, gem mine, pumpkin launcher, corn cannon, wagon train rides, face painting, pony rides, petting zoo, and pig & duck races. The location is 61 miles east of Dallas. The address is 15410 Interstate 20, Canton, TX 75103.
P-6 Farms – Montgomery, TX
Two mazes cut into eight acres of corn. The smaller maze is 2 acres.
Maxwell’s Pumpkin Farm – Amarillo, TX
Darrell Maxwell and Larry Borger started this farm in 1997 and started planting pumpkins in 2007. In addition to the maze and pumpkin patch, there are hayrides, hay pyramid, zip lines, pumpkin jumper, farm animals and other farm fun.
At’l Do Farms – Lubbock, TX
It takes a little over an hour to navigate (or 45 minutes with a map). Hayride, pumpkin picking, corn cannon, cow train, horse rides, haybale maze and barnyard. Special illuminated pumpkin design show on Friday through Sunday nights.
Fiddlesticks Farms – Midland, TX – 15 Acres
Matt and Jessica Norton run Fiddlesticks Farm. In addition to the 3 phase maze, they have a pumpkin patch, pig races, hay rides, and a cow train.
South Texas Maize – Hondo, TX – 7 Acres
The Graff Family Farm near San Antonio has, in addition to its corn maze, hayrides, pumpkins and more fall fun.
Rocky Creek Maze – Moulton, TX – 8 Acres
Rocky Creek Maze is a family owned and operated venture started in 2007. More than 2.5 miles of paths on this large corn puzzle at Chaloupka Farm. Use the quiz passports or corn texting feature if you need help getting out! Hay ride, hay slide, barrel train and jumping pillow. They have a haunted trail the last two weekends in October. Chaloupka Farm got its start in 1868 and has recently operated as a dairy farm.
Hall’s Pumpkin Farm – Grapevine, TX – 2 Acres
A working farm started in 1929. There is a small corn maze that takes 15-20 minutes to complete on this Tarrant County pumpkin farm.