Here is our list of Virginia corn mazes including options near Washington, DC, Charlotte, Richmond, Norfolk, Roanoke and more major cities. 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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Layman Family Farms – Blue Ridge, VA. The 150 acre Blue Ridge Mountains farm of Eric and Sarah Layman. 40 acres of pumpkins with all shapes, sizes and colors. They boast the largest hay wagons in the State of Virginia, pulled by John Deere tractors. The 10 acre cornfield maze is divided into two sections, offering families with small children the option to exit at the halfway mark. There are 10 numbered scarecrows throughout the maze to help you make your way through it successfully if you answer the questions correctly. There is also a corn crib, cow train, corn cannon, tunnel slide, animal alley, jumping pillow and pumpkin blaster. Admission to the fall festival is $8-10 per person, which includes 2 tokens toward special attractions. Haunted Harvest on Friday and Saturday evenings in October is a spooky adventure through the cornfield and woods, available at a cost of $12 per person. The address is 1815 Mountain View Church Road, Blue Ridge, VA 24064. It is 81 miles north of Danville. A two phase maze so that those who wish to stop early can leave early. They also have a No Left Turn Maze & Mini Pumpkin Maze. After dark, there is a separate haunted harvest cornfield. Other fall activities include their 40 acre pumpkin patch, hayrides, pumpkin cannon and cow train. Recent maze themes included 10 Seasons at Layman Family Farms (2013), Girl Scouts (2012), and Outer Space (2011).[fsb-social-bar facebook=”true” twitter=”true”]
Blue Ridge Pumpkins – Fancy Gap, VA. A family owned and operated pumpkin farm with hay ride and corn field maze nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains. They have pumpkins of all shapes, sizes and colors. If you are going to make a pumpkin pie, they recommend you try the Kershaw Gourd. On select weekends, they have visiting bluegrass bands play live music. There is also a corn maze, barrel train rides, pony rides and a picnic shelter for picnics. They also held their first Howl-O-Ween pet parade and children’s costume parade. Open on weekends (Saturday/Sunday) in September and October. The address is 813 Chantilly Drive, Fancy Gap, VA 24328. They are 95 miles southwest of Roanoke.
Sinkland Farms – Christiansburg, VA. Their fall pumpkin festival has pumpkin picking patch, corn maze, hay rides, pony rides,face painting, barnyard animals, corn cannon, moonwalk, mechanical bull and live music. The maze is also open after dark on weekends. The fall fun starts in late September and is open every weekend in October. Admission is free. Activities are priced individually. There is a $5 per car parking fee. Opening weekend features special events like rockets, remote controlled plane and helicopter demos. There is also a bouncy house and pumpkin chopping team on opening weekend. Blue Ridge Country magazine readers voted this farm the Best in the Mountains in 2013. They are 38 miles southwest of Roanoke. The address is 3020 Riner Road, Christiansburg, VA 24073. Recent maze themes included Halloween (2012) and Seasons (2011). Corn Maze “After Dark” on Friday through Sunday evenings along with bonfires. Special events include pumpkin chunkin’, oktoberfest, and 5K run.
Mountain Meadow Farm – Meadow of Dan, VA. Enjoy Sue’s Pumpkin Patch and the corn maze at Mountain Meadow Farm. Maze admission is $5 for those six years of age and up. Sammy and Sue Shelor opened the family farm they inherited to the public for agritainment in 2006. Open weekends from late September through October. Special Events: Indian Summer Days Festival with craft show, music events and more fall fun. The corn maze starts Labor Day Weekend. The address is 84 Concord Road, Meadows of Dan, VA. It is 57 miles south of Roanoke.
Chesterfield Berry Farm – Moseley, VA. Pumpkin picking offers pumpkins for 39 cents per pound. 8 acre corn maze, hayride, wagon train ride, corn cannon, barrel train ride, moon bounce, pig races, animal corral and gem mining. Also they feature a live Zombie Paintball Shoot. Free admission with activities priced separately. Purchase of activities fun packs available for those that don’t want to pay per activity. Concession stand offers pumpkin milkshakes and a variety of other food. It is a family owned working farm along the Appomattox River. Special Events: Pumpkin Festival weekend, Military & Public Servants weekend. The address is 26002 Pear Orchard Road, Moseley, Virginia which is about 32 miles west of Richmond.
Pumpkinville – Toano, VA. A small family farm near Barhamsville offering pick your own pumpkins and a large selection of pre-picked pumpkins. They offer a number of free activities including a corn maze and hayrides. Games like bean bag toss, ring toss and more available for kids and adults. Open seven days a week in season. The address is 7691 Richmond Rd., Toano, VA 23168. It is about 41 miles east of Richmond.
Greenbrier Farms – Chesapeake , VA. A working tree farm and nursery on 800 acres that was originally established in 1916. In the fall, it has a pumpkin patch, corn maze and Trail of Fears. Pumpkins available for $4-5. They also have a small petting zoo available at no charge. They host several festival throughout the year and also have wedding facilities. The location is 225 Sign Pine Road, Chesapeake, VA 23322. It is only 17 miles south of Norfolk.
Green Hand Farm Park – Gloucester, VA. Pick your own pumpkins, 8 acre corn maze, zombie paintball, inflatables, hayrides, corn cannon and other farm fun activities. Owned and operated by David and Patricia Hand, who started their garden center in 1995 and expanded it to include the farm park with maze and pumpkins in 2010. The location is 5000 Nursery Lane, Gloucester, VA. It is about 40 miles north of Norfolk. Recent maze themes have been Mayan Mystery Maze (2012), and Down on the Farm (2011).
Belmont Pumpkin Farm – North, VA. Featured fun includes pumpkin picking, corn maze and hayrides, farm animals, pumpkin painting, scarecrow making and face painting. They also have hot apple cider, pumpkin desserts, pumpkin butter, pumpkin fudge and old fashioned bbq. Admission is $5 a person with seniors free and military 50% off. The address is 155 Belmont Lane, North, VA 23128. It is approximately 59 miles north of Norfolk.
Showalter’s Corn Maze – Mount Solon, VA – 10 Acres
2013 Theme: Virginia Tech
2012 Theme: JMU Duke Dog
2011 Theme: The Twin Towers
Open to the public in September and October on Thursday and Friday evenings as well as Saturday.
Valley Star Farm – Luray, VA. The patch will be open starting September 19, 2014. They also have a corn maze and playland. Their family farm has been operating since the 1950s and growing pumpkins since 2000. The address is 1104 Springfield Rd., Luray, VA 22835. It is about 36 miles northeast of Harrisonburg.
Back Home on the Farm – Harrisonburg, VA. A 240 acre farm in Rockingham County run by Gary and Lynne Hess. Pick your own pumpkins from their 5 acre patch. Also enjoy their 5 acre corn field maze, carousel, pig races and barnyard play area. The address is 2915 Willow Run Rd., Harrisonburg, VA 22802. Also see their tractor cruise and antique lawn mower show.
Northern Virginia – Washington, DC
Buckland Farm Market – New Baltimore, VA. It operates on a 150 acre cattle farm after moving in 2009. Their fall festival has pumpkins, corn field maze, hayrides and farm animals. The address is 4484 Lee Highway, New Baltimore, VA 20187. It is about 36 miles west of Arlington. Recent maze theme include Tropical Island (2013), Civil War (2012), and Civil War (2011). A family owned and operated country market with seasonal fall activities, scarecrows, moon bounce and more fun.
Great Country Farms – Bluemont, VA. U-pick pumpkins at their fall harvest festival are priced at 59 cents per pound. The 2.5 acre cornfield maze takes around 30 minutes to complete. Fresh pressed apple cider and cider donuts are available. Wagon rides, pig races, pumpkin munching dinosaur, gem mining and barnyard animals. Five acre farm play area with slides, jumping pillow, pedal carts, rope swings and miniature golf. Catch and release fishing at two stocked ponds. About: It is a 200 acre working farm in Loudoun County started in 1994 by the Zurschmeide family. Special events: Apple Gala & Cider Fest on weekends in September and Pumpkin Chunkin’ the first weekend in November. Open daily from late September through early November. The location is 18780 Foggy Bottom Road, Bluemont, VA 20135. This is about 52 miles west of Arlington.
Virginia Corn Maze – White Post, VA
20 Acre Corn Maze located in northern Virginia one hour from Washington, DC.
Location: 15143 Lord Fairfax Hwy, White Post VA 22663
Yankey Farms – Nokesville, VA. Pick your own pumpkin from their two acre field starting in late September. Also enjoy their Cornfield maze, cow train and other farmyard activities. They are located at 13007 Vint Hill Rd., Nokesville, VA 20181 which is about 45 miles southeast of Arlington.
Hartland Orchard – Markham, VA
Fall festival weekends include corn maze, hayrides, pig races, jumping pillow, slide mountain and other farm fun.
Leesburg Animal Park – Leesburg, VA. Pumpkinville at Leesburg Animal Park has pumpkins, kids’ corn maze, hay wagon rides, and moon bounce. Other activities include giant hill slides, spider web crawl, pumpkin bounce, pirate play ship, pony rides (additional fee). Weekend and holiday activities include pedal carts, face painting, live entertainment (musicians, jugglers and magicians) and camel rides (additional fee). Open daily from late September through early November. Entrance to the animal park is free with purchase of a Pumpkinville ticket. It is located at 19270 James Monroe Hwy., Leesburg, VA 20175. It is 36 miles northwest of Arlington.
The Corn Maze in the Plains – The Plains, VA – 5 Acres
2013 Theme: Hoot of a Time
2012 Theme: Witch Way Out?
2011 Theme: Farm Scene Investigation
Open Fridays, Saturday, Sunday and Columbus Day in 2014 from September 27th until November 9th. Moon light maze on Friday and Saturday nights. Hayrides, farm animals, pumpkin sling shot, obstacle course, mini mazes, giant slides and barnyard fun. Owned by Kate and Hub Knott, who started the maze in 2000.
Temple Hall Farm – Leesburg, VA. U-pick pumpkins, cornfield maze, fall festival and farm fun on this 286 acre working farm in Loudoun County. Shoot the corn cannon or pumpkin blasters. Bounce on the jumping pillow, ride the cow train or watch the pig races. Take a farm tour at this educational facility or a nature walk through the property. Theme weekends and special events include costume party, farm heritage weekend, pumpkin carving and fire prevention month. The farm is run by the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority. Recent corn maze themes included Local Firefighters (2013), Girl Scouts’ 100th Anniversary (2012), and Battle of Ball’s Bluff (2011).
Wayside Farm – Berryville, VA. Fun at their 8 acre u-pick pumpkin field with no admission fee. Pumpkins are 50 cents per pound. Admission for ten acre cornfield maze, hayrides, and other farm fun is $10 per person. Farm activities include pig races, goat walk, cute farm animals and playyard with slide, playhouse, corn crib and pedal tractors. Located 20 miles from Leesburg and 32 miles from Reston. The address is 5273 Harry Byrd Hwy, Berryville, VA.
Wegmeyer Farms – Hamilton, VA. A pick your own family farm with pumpkin picking of more than 50 varieties of pumpkins. No admission fee. Hayrides through Creepy Hollow run every 30 minutes for $5 per person. Also featured is a huge corn maze. They started the farm in 2002 on a 19th century farmstead. The location is 38299 Hughesville Road, Hamilton, VA 20158. It is 42 miles northwest of Arlington.
Belvedere Plantation – Fredericksburg, VA. It has offered a harvest festival in the fall for over 30 years with pumpkin picking, evening hayrides and an 8 acre corn maze on their 645 acre farm on the Rappahannock River since the 1760s. They are open fall weekends with zip lines, pumpkin cannon, mountain slide, bonfires, and lots of activities. The farm is located at 1410 Belvedere Drive, Fredericksburg, VA 22408. It is about 7 miles from downtown. Past mazes have been themed 30th Anniversary (2013), We The People (2012), and Space Ship (2011).
Cows-N-Corn – Midland, VA
2013 Theme: Domino’s Pizza – Delivering Dairy Goodness
A working dairy farm since 1954 that also grows soybeans and corn. They opened to the public for agritourism activities in 2001.
Mountain Meadow Farm and Craft Market – Meadow of Dan, VA – 6 Acres
2013 Theme: Strings in the Park
2012 Theme: Lonesome River Band 30th Anniversary
2011 Theme: “Corn Acoustics” (Music)
The corn maze is open on weekends in September and October. Special Events include the Annual Chinquapin Festival and Indian Summer Days Festival. There is also a pumpkin patch.
Williams Orchard – Wytheville, VA. A family owned and operated farm for more than 80 years. October fall festival is available every weekend in October. Includes pick your own pumpkins, tractor drawn hayrides, corn maze, apple launcher, pumpkin chunker and other children’s activities. The cost for a hayride for ages 6 and up is $6 with a trip through the cornfield costing an additional $3. Pumpkins and gourds in the patch are available for 45 cents a pound. The address is 5175 West Lee Highway, Wytheville, VA 24382. It is 84 miles southwest of Roanoke.
The Farmers Daughter – Cedar Bluff, VA
A family owned farm for more than 100 years. They have an unhaunted corn maze and several haunted attractions including haunted trail, haunted house and barn.
Layz S Ranch – Palmyra, VA. A farm, garden and greenhouse in Fluvanna County. In the fall, they have pumpkin picking with corn maze, hay rides and pony rides. It is located at 2253 Thomas Jefferson Parkway, Palmyra, VA. It is 18 miles southeast of Charlottesville.
Greenfield farm – Ruckersville, VA. Farm admission is $6 per person. Kids under 2 are free with adult admission. Pumpkins, five acre corn maze, hay ride, hay maze and kiddie corral. The address is 2455 Dairy Road, Ruckersville, VA 22968. It is 18 miles north of Charlottesville.
Liberty Mills Farm – Somerset, VA. A family owned and operated farm with 110 acres and panoramic view of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Located in Central Virginia thirty minutes from Charlottesville. The farm has a pick your own patch and hayrides. Their fifth annual corn maze will be cut in a 25 acre cornfield. There are generally four sections to the maze, with each phase taking between 30 minutes and several hours. As far as food, the pumpkin cupcakes come highly recommended. The location is 9166 Liberty Mills Road, Somerset, VA 22972.
Owen Farms – Danville, VA. U-pick pumpkins available for picking from the field at this full service operating farm. Old fashioned hayrides provide a scenic tour of the farm. Farm animals available to visit or see the wildlife with a nature walk. They also feature a cornfield maze. The Owen family has been farming their land in Pittsylvania County for more than 30 years and opened their farm to the public to enjoy in 2003. They have spring, summer, fall, and winter activities on the farm. The address is 1668 Silver Creek Road, Danville, VA 24540.