Georgia in the fall is a beautiful array of oranges and reds. As the temperature starts to drop, the sweaters and boots come out. Leaves change and everyone is hunting for the perfect pumpkin to carve or the best Halloween costume. This year, visit a corn maze (or many!) to add more fall flair to the season.
Located in Dawsonville, a fan favorite corn maze is Uncle Shuck’s. The 15-acre corn maze and pumpkin patch is home to tons of enjoyment, including delicious farm food, unforgettable family memories and farm fun. Join in the excitement this year by celebrating the 20th anniversary. Activities include a haunted trail, a jumping pad, a towering goat walk, a kiddy maze, a corn cannon, a wagon ride, bonfires and fall photo opportunities. Experience the fun beginning September 11 through November 14. Hours of operation vary and will be posted on their website. Ticket prices range from $15 to $25, and children four and under are free.
The Buford Corn Maze is a fall family retreat. Open September 4 through November 14, enjoy all the amusement this family farm has to offer. There is a five-acre corn maze and many activities in the kid’s CORNer, including a duck race, corn box and a cornball slider. There is also a Haunted Forest available for older kids with an all-new theme for 2021, ‘Welcome to Camp Wyndego’. Tickets range from $16 to $28 and option for a season pass.
Exciting adventures await your family at Jaemor Farms. In two locations, Alto and Commerce, everyone can join in on the excitement! Newly renamed Harvest Celebration, there is much to do at this family-friendly farm. The quest through the maze is a thriving eight-acre trail that families can visit from September 11 to November 7. Open seven days a week only in October, hours vary throughout the season. Jaemor Farms offers the ultimate farm experience boasting hayrides, farm slides, a petting zoo, farm skeeball, a pumpkin train, duck races, tricycle races, apple cannons and concessions. There is also a mini maze for those that want to enjoy a quicker visit. Take the kids to the farm slide or check out the honeybee observation hive and cotton exhibit. Admission is $14 and children two and under are free.
Cagle’s Dairy Farm is a fun family tradition. Located just north of Atlanta in Holly Springs, the farm is open September 17 through October 31 on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Get lost in the festive corn maze or the mini-maze! Farm adventures include a petting zoo, bonfire, hayrides, farm tours, a cow mine and so much more! With different packages, families can enjoy a full day of fall-tastic fun!
For those who live in the southeast, Poppell Farms in Odum is a short drive from Savannah. The Fall Harvest will be opening on October 2, Friday through Sunday through until the end of the month. In the daytime, explore a 10-acre corn maze, wagon rides and a pumpkin patch. Beginning October 8, the Haunted Trail after dark will be available for the brave visitors. The fun also includes a petting zoo where you can meet Elvis, the donkey, and other barnyard friends.
The new corn maze this year is at Yule Forest in Stockbridge. Originally a Christmas tree farm, this pasture evolved to include a pumpkin patch and fall fun activities. This family fun event opens on October 2 and will be open through the season. Enjoy a pumpkin patch, a top-rated haunted attraction, U-pick flower garden, hayride adventure, hay maze, farm animals and a fun zone for kids.
Located in Cumming, Warbington Farms Corn Maze is full of seasonal activities. You can navigate the maze during the day or, for an added challenge, at night! The attraction is family-friendly at night and flashlights or purchased glow sticks from the farm are encouraged. There are also pumpkins, cows, slides, swings, a petting zoo and more. Open four days a week starting September 23 through October 31. Tickets are $13 and children two and under are free.
Grab your family and friends and get lost in Washington Farms, a six-and-a-half-acre corn maze! Located in Watkinsville, the fall activities will be available from September 25 to November 7, 3 days a week. Keep an eye on the different hours for the pumpkin patch! Other great activities included at this farm are cow train rides, pig races, hayrides, corn cannons, a petting zoo, a low ropes course, corn box, duck races and a vortex tunnel.
Located 35 miles east of Atlanta is the seven-acre giant corn maze found at Mitcham Farm in Oxford. There is also a game you can play while winding through the corn maze. The Farm Scene Investigation game allows you to solve a mystery while finding the shortest route out of the labyrinth. This is a fun family game that everyone can enjoy! More fun at the farm is a pumpkin patch, hayride, pedal karts, corn cannon, farm animal viewing area, farm stand and a bonfire for some s’mores. All the festive thrills begin on September 25 and continue through the season.
Located in McDonough is the popular Southern Belle Farm featuring a four-acre corn maze and many other great fall activities. Pumpkins are available for painting and carving and will be a great addition to your at-home fall fun. There will also be a large slide, pig races, jumping pillow and Belle’s barn. The last day for the pumpkin patch will be on Nov. 7, so be sure to stop by before then.
With corn mazes located all around the metro Atlanta area, homeowners will have the opportunity to take the family outside and make new, lasting memories. With so many great corn mazes to choose from, make sure to add “getting lost in a corn maze” to your fall bucket list!