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Fall time in Georgia is a gorgeous display of reds, oranges and yellows. Sweaters and boots come out as the temperatures begin to drop, and leaves start to change while everyone is on the hunt for the perfect pumpkin. Amid finding the best Halloween costume and attending backyard bonfires, visit a corn maze, or (two!) to add an extra fall flair to the season.

Uncle Shuck’s

photo of scarecrows to advertise the scarecrow invasion in woodstock near southwyck homes the artisan at victoryLocated in Dawsonville, Uncle Shuck’s is a 15-acre pumpkin patch and corn maze. This fan-favorite spot is home to tons of entertainment, including farm fun, unforgettable family memories and delicious farm food. Uncle Shuck’s provides something for everyone in the family to enjoy, with activities such as a kiddy maze, haunted trail, tire mountain, wagon ride, towering goat walk, corn cannon, a jumping pad, fall photo opportunities and bonfires!

Join the fun starting September 10 through November 13. Hours of operation vary and are posted on the Uncle Shuck’s website. Depending on your package, tickets start at $15 and children four years and younger receive free admission.

Buford Corn Maze

From September 3 through November 13, the Buford Corn Maze will offer fall amusement for the whole family. With a five-acre corn maze and a kids CORNer featuring a cornball slider, duck race and corn box, your kids will have a blast! A Haunted Forest is also available for older kids starting September 23, with the frightful theme of ‘Don’t Get Left Behind!’

Tickets range from $16 to $28, with the option for a season pass.

Jaemor Farms

Join Jaemor Farms this fall season for their annual Harvest Celebration! With two locations, Alto and Commerce, everyone is welcome to experience the fun at this family-friendly farm. This fall hotspot provides the ultimate farm fun experience featuring an eight-acre maze trail, farm slides, hayrides, farm skeeball, duck races, a petting zoo, apple cannons, tricycle races and yummy concessions. Check out the cotton exhibit and the honeybee observation hive or take the kids to the farm slide! Jaemor Farms also offers a mini maze for ticketholders who want to enjoy a quicker visit.

Starting September 10 through November 6, you can visit Jaemor Farms at varying hours throughout the season. Admission starts at $15 and children two years and younger are free

Cagle’s Dairy Farm

Start fall family traditions at Cagle’s Dairy Farm! Open September 16 through October 30 on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, you can find Cagle’s Dairy Farm just north of Atlanta in Holly Springs. Farm fun activities include farm tours, a petting zoo, hayrides, bonfire, pig races, a cow mine and much more! This year’s new addition is a horse trailer turned apple cart that sells caramel apples and warm apple cider.

Tickets range from $12 to $16, depending on the package.

Poppell Farms

Photo of a gorgeous pumpkin patch to advertise corn mazes this season in Georgia.Just a short drive from Savannah, Poppell Farms in Odum is the perfect spot for a fall-filled weekend! The Fall Harvest Celebration begins on October 1, Friday through Sunday until the end of the month. During the day, enjoy a 10-acre tall sorghum maze, pumpkin patch and wagon ride. Take the little ones to the petting zoo to meet new friends like Elvis, the donkey, and Charlie, the llama or to Farmer Brown’s playground!

Starting October 7, brave visitors can venture through the Haunted Trail after dark. Visit the Poppell Farms website for hours of operation and ticket pricing.

Yule Forest

Originally a Christmas tree farm, Yule Forest is home to one of the largest pumpkin patches in Georgia! Located in Stockbridge, you can enjoy the fall festivities starting October 1 through the end of the month. Experience the fun through hayride adventures, a corn-maze, craft and food vendors, flower gardens, a dinosaur exhibit, farm friends and a fun zone built just for kids!

Yule Forest is open Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Admission is $14.95 per person and children two years or younger are free.

Warbington Farms Corn Maze

Located in Cumming, Warbington Farms Corn Maze is where you need to be this season! Explore the corn maze and pumpkin patch during the day or try the attraction at night for an added challenge. The corn maze is family-friendly at night, and visitors are welcome to bring flashlights or purchase glow sticks from the farm. Additional activities include swings, a petting zoo, slides and more.

Starting September 20 through November 5, you can visit Warbington Farms Corn Maze for a season full of fall fun! Check out the Warbington Farms Corn Maze website for more information on hours of operation and ticket pricing.

Washington Farms

Gather your nearest and dearest and get lost in the six-and-a-half-acre corn maze featured at Washington Farms! Located in Watkinsville, enjoy the fall attractions starting September 24 through November 6. With over 35 fun activities, celebrate the fall season by enjoying campfires, pick-your-own flowers, hayrides, a pumpkin patch, a corn maze, pig races, cow train rides, a petting zoo, corn cannons and so much more!

Tickets are only sold online and range from $13.95 to $18.91, with free admission for children two years and younger. Visit the Washington Farms website for hours of operation.

Mitcham Farm

Located 35 miles east of Atlanta in Oxford, Mitcham Farms features a seven-acre giant corn maze and several seasonal activities! A game is also available to play while you venture through the confusing maze. The Farm Scene Investigation game adds a thrilling twist, allowing you to solve a mystery while finding your way out of the labyrinth. Extra fun at the farm includes a farm animal viewing area, pedal karts, a pumpkin patch, hayrides, a farm stand, corn cannons and a bonfire to roast marshmallows.

Visit Mitcham Farm starting September 24 through October 30 for all the fall festivities! For ticketing pricing and hours of operation, visit the Mitcham Farm website.

Southern Belle Farm

Photo of a child petting a goat at a petting zoo to advertise corn mazes in Georgia this fall.Featuring a four-acre corn maze and other great fall activities, visit the popular Southern Belle Farm in McDonough! Grab your family and explore the pumpkin patch to pick the perfect pumpkins for carving and painting, or enjoy a jumping pillow, pig races, a giant slide and Belle’s barn.

To purchase tickets and look through the hours of operation, visit the Southern Belle Farm website.

With corn mazes scattered across the metro Atlanta area, homeowners can make lasting memories with their loved ones. Cross “getting lost in a corn maze” off your bucket list with several amazing corn mazes to visit!

What corn maze are you planning on visiting this fall season? Let us know in the comments! Stay updated on the latest happenings and events in the metro region with Atlanta Real Estate Forum.

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