Six Georgia Corn Mazes for Family Fun
Lose yourself in the adventure of navigating these corn mazes this fall!
Fall activities and events are filling up the calendar. Georgia is fortunate to have a rich agriculture and agri-tourism history, so there are plenty of corn maze offerings dotting the state.
Southern Belle Farm
Looking to have an amazing corn maze experience this year? Southern Belle Farm is where the corn maze fun is happening. You’ll need a flashlight to get through all of these fun corn maze twists and turns. No matter your age, you’ll love the Southern Belle Farm and all it has to offer.
Fall season begins mid-September. Besides the 4-acre corn maze you’ll also love the two acres of pumpkins and more than 20 fun farm activities. The fun is only available on weekends. Tickets are $12-14; kids 2 and younger are free.
Head on over to Washington Farms for an unforgettable experience this year. This maze is 8.5 acres with 2 miles of paths, so you have plenty of time to get lost and to explore. The best part? You start the maze by riding down a 30-foot slide!
Fall season here begins the last week of September, with a series of special event days available. There are also farm activities during the day, with no charge to visit the pumpkin or sunflower patch. General admission runs $12.95-$14.95, with kids 2 and younger free.
Head to the mountains for the corn maze and pumpkin patch at Jaemor Farms. You can also enjoy hayrides, apple cannons, a slide, and petting zoo. Kids will also love the Farm Skee Ball, pumpkin train for tots and duck races.
Fall season begins mid-September. The fun is only available on weekends. All-access tickets are $14; kids 3 and younger are free. Tickets can be purchased individually for the corn mazes and other activities.
Mitcham Farm in Newton County. Get lost in Colonel Cob’s 7-acre giant corn maze. We love how they include games and activities as you make your way through. There’s even a mini corn maze hidden within the large maze with a scavenger hunt that the littlest guests will love. Flashlight nights, bonfires, a pumpkin patch and even helicopter rides more make this unbeatable.
Fall season here begins at the end of September. The fun is only available on weekends except for school groups and private events. Tickets run $10-14; kids 3 and younger and military with ID are free.
Poppell Farms has a 10-acre corn maze that includes a “Haunted Woods,” plus hayrides, a pumpkin patch, a petting zoo, and more. We love the pony rides and steer roping! There are plenty of special events, too, like Grandparents Day and Scout recognition days, so check the calendar.
Fall season here begins the first of October. The fun is only available on weekends. Tickets run $8-15 with pony rides at an additional cost; kids 3 and younger are free.
The Rock Ranch
The corn maze at The Rock Ranch is only one of many fun fall activities kids will love on Fall Family weekends from early October to early November. From pedal cars and a jumping pillow to a petting zoo and rock wall, your entire family will love all there is to see and do after you find your way through the corn.
Special fall events feature hot air balloons, monster truck shows and Pumpkin Destruction Day. Check The Rock Ranch website for the calendar and prices.