By Sue Rodman
Fall is my favorite time of year. I love the cooler weather, the changing leaves and all the fun fall activities. My boys are especially excited to visit corn mazes in Georgia. Below is a list of several corn mazes in Georgia. We added quite a few mazes last year based on reader comments, so if you know others, please tell us. Generally you should leave between 1.5 and 2 hours to complete the maze. Most places have other activities like hayrides, bonfires and pumpkins, so visit the website for complete details. We did a similar list of pumpkin patches near Atlanta last year and will update that list soon. Have fun in the corn!
What: North Georgia Corn Maze
Where: 559 Tom Bell Rd., Cleveland, Ga. (800) 959-1874
When: Sept. 13 – Nov. 16, 2014
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They also have a Maze and hayride with combo rates and a Petting Zoo. The North Georgia Corn Maze is 7 acres of mind-twisting crop circles that will sizzle your senses and challenge your wits. After you “Get Lost” in the Corn Maze, relax on a 20 minute Hay Ride overlooking some of the most beautiful scenic views in Georgia! If you are around after dark, enjoy a “Movie Under The Stars” on the huge outdoor screen.
If you are not faint of heart and you dare, venture into the haunted “Reapers Hollow” and take the Elevator down to the “Dungeon of Fear” to see what is really going on in the North Georgia Mountains after the sun sets. Visit Goldstar for discounted tickets.
What: Cagle’s Dairy Corn Maze
Where: 362 Stringer Rd., Hickory Flat, Ga. (near Canton, Ga.) (770) 345-5591
When: Aug. 29 – Nov. 14, 2014
For an additional fee you can go an ag-venture farm tour, bonfire hayride or through the haunted barn. Combination tickets available starting at $15. Register for The Cagle Connection newsletter for coupons and more!
What: Buck’s Corn Maze
Where: 1923 New Hope Rd. Dawsonville, Ga. (706) 344-8834
When: Sept. 6 – Nov. 2, 2014
Buck’s Corn Maze is a 12 acre maze planted in a 20 acre field of corn next to Cochran Creek with a beautiful view of the Appalachian Mountains. In October, the maze is haunted after dark.
What: Uncle Shuck’s Corn Maze
Where: 4520 Highway 53 SE, Dawsonville, Ga. (770) 772-6223
When: Sept. 13 – Nov. 23 2014
Times vary by day and month, so check the website
We visited Uncle Shuck’s Corn Maze a few years ago. Here is my post on that visit, as well as video of Uncle Shucks Corn Maze. The 2012 maze is four miles of trails in a 12 acre corn field. Additional charge for hayride, Haunted Maze, corn cannon.
What: Kernal Kob Corn Maze
Where: 1153 Salem Church Rd., Jasper, Ga. (706) 692-4464
When: Sept. 21 – Nov. 10, 2013 Dates not updated for 2014 yet.
Kernal Kob Corn Maze also has a hayride, petting zoo, pony rides and tractor train ride, all for an additional fee. Combo tickets are available. A Haunted Maze is offered on weekends in October from 8 pm – 11 pm.
What: Corn Dawgs Corn Maze
Where: 955 Leone Ave., Loganville, Ga. (770) 786-9000 or email email@example.com
When: Sept. 21 – Nov. 2, 2014
Corn Dawgs has A LOT more than just the Maze, so check out their website for details. They even have a rodeo Sept. 10 & 20. The general admission price includes the corn maze as well as hay rides, horse swing, black mamba swings, cow train, petting zoo and about 20 other activities. There are a few activities that require additional tokens (tokens are $1 each) such as apple slingshot, bungees, corn cannon, gem mining, jumping pillow, bottle blaster, spider Mountain, ziplines and pony rides.
Here’s a comment from one of our readers about Corn Dawgs Corn Maze. “Our family visited Corn Dawgs last weekend and I was amazed at all the activities that were included in the admission price. There was so much to do there that we stayed twice as long as we had planned. There are things for kids of all ages – I have a teenager and a little boy and they both had fun. They are opening a haunted maze this weekend and my kids all want to go back. Definitely worth the trip!”
What: Rock Ranch
Where: 5020 Barnesville Hwy., The Rock, Ga. (between Barnesville and Thomaston, south of Atlanta) (706)647-6374
When: Saturdays Sept. 27 – November 15, 2014
Look for coupons at your local Chick-fil-A
The Rock Ranch is not your average corn maze and a hayride. Its an adventure destination like none other. From a miniature locomotive train ride, to flying through the air on amazing ziplines, to exploring a complete miniature town just for kids. Admission includes all attractions except the zip line ($8 and $12.75)and rock climbing wall ($5).
What: The Enchanted Maize
Where: Rock City, 271 Chattanooga Valley Rd., Flintstone, GA 30725 (706) 820-2531
When: Sept. 19 – Oct. 27, 2013 Dates for 2014 have not been posted yet.
Additional activities include: Critter Corral, Inflatables, Hayrides, Kiddie Cow Train, Face Painting, Pumpkin Painting, Corn Slingshot, and more! The Enchanted MAiZE site at Blowing Springs farm transforms into the Blowing SCREAMS Farm at night. Blowing SCREAMS Farm features the Forest of Fear – the world’s only outdoor 3-D Haunted House and Ghost Ride – night time hayride with ghost stories. This year’s kids’ maze will be designed using fresh pumpkins! These pumpkins will also be available for purchase, so look closely as you make your way through so you can find the perfect pumpkin to bring some fall to your own home!
What: Washington Farms
Where: 5671 Hog Mountain Rd. (Hwy 53), Watkinsville, GA 30677 (706) 769-0627
When: Opens Sept. 27 – Nov. 2, 2014
Grab your family and friends! Leave the house, television, and video games behind, and GET LOST in this 8.5 acre corn maze! While you’re making your way through the maze, solve clues that help you find your way out. There are staff members to help if needed. The corn maze is open on Friday and Saturday nights too. Bring your own flashlights or rent one. Other activities include campfires and smores, a vortex tunnel, and jumping pillow. Evening Corn Maze starts at dark. Washington Farms accepts cash and checks only. For homeschoolers or playgroups, there is a home school day. Contact them for details.
What: Jaemor Farms
Where: 5340 Cornelia Hwy. (Hwy 365), Alto, GA 30510 (770) 869-3999
When: Sept. 6- Nov. 2, 2014
The 2014 maze is a pirate theme. Jaemor’s corn maze is 8 acres. In addition there is a pumpkin train, hayrides, apple cannons, duck races, farm slide, honeybee observation hive, a cotton exhibit, photo areas, and a brand new petting zoo this fall season. There is also an upgraded concession stand, and Chick-Fil-A sandwiches available for sale during lunch and supper.
What: Old Freeman Family Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch
Where: 644 Scarboro Hwy., Cooperville, GA (Near Statesboro)
When: Sept. 27 – Nov. 11, 2014
The Corn Maze consists of approximately 5 acres of corn and is designed for the novice corn maze adventurer and challenging for the more hard-core enthusiast. You can also feed farm animals for an additional cost. Pick your own pumpkins too.
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