20+ Family-Friendly Corn Mazes in Georgia To Get Lost In [map + video + discount]

Fall is my favorite time of year. I love the cooler weather, the changing leaves and all the fun fall activities, like mazes. We have a list of more than 20 Corn Mazes in Georgia that can surely answer the question, where are the best corn mazes near me!

Corn Mazes in Georgia

20+ Family-Friendly Corn Mazes in Georgia

Although it’s not always so cool in Atlanta, it’s still fun to get out and enjoy the fall activities. Below is a list of several corn mazes in Georgia, many within an hour or two of Atlanta. 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 farm activities like hayrides, bonfires and pumpkins, so visit the website for complete details.We try our best to provide the most accurate information for you. However, things do change so please make sure to call ahead before pack up the family!

More Fall Fun:

Pumpkin PatchesHaunted Corn Mazes | Apple Picking | Apple Festival | Haunted Houses | Fall Festivals | Ghost Tours | Halloween Events | Fall Bucket List | Fall Color at the State Parks | Scary Escape Rooms

Jaemor Farms 

Where: 5340 Cornelia Hwy. (Hwy 365), Alto, GA 30510 | 770-869-3999
(Jaemor is 70 miles north of downtown Atlanta directly north on I-85 then I-985.)
Season Begins: Opens Sept. 15, 2018
September: Sat. 10 am – 9 pm | Sun. 1 – 6 pm
October: Fri. and Sat. 10 am – 10 pm | Sun. 1 – 7 pm
Monday – Thursday): 10 a.m – 6 p.m.
November: Fri. and Sat. 10 am – 9 pm | Sun. 1 – 6 pm

*NEW: Hometown Heroes weekend: Oct 6th & 7th – any first responder given free admission. Must have ID.

Experience a quest through 6 acres of corn maze that celebrates hometown heroes in 2018. Pumpkin train, hayride, petting zoo, skeeball, apple cannon, duck races and farm slide. Pick-your-own pumpkins available during maze hours until dark beginning September 22. Visit us on fall break and check our social media pages for special events and weather updates!

Buford Corn Maze

Where: 4470 Bennett Road, Buford, GA |678-835-7198
Season Begins: Opens Sept. 1, 2018
Hours vary, visit the site for more info.

Families can enjoy time together walking around Buford’s five acre corn maze.  Other activities include pumpkins, hayride, corn box, bounce house, live animals and stage for shows.

Uncle Shuck’s Corn Maze

Where: 4520 Highway 53 SE, Dawsonville, Ga.
 | 770-772-6223
Season Begins: Opens Sept. 8, 2018

2018 marks the 17th consecutive season for Uncle Shuck’s Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch, the
longest-operating corn maze in the state of Georgia. The popular family-owned agritourism venue is located in Dawson County, in the Northeast Georgia Mountain region along the Etowah River.
Each fall season the 20-acre complex entertains an average of 35,000 individuals. The pattern of the maze changes each year, which has had themes from mountain moonshiners and auto racing to civil war history. Visit their website for a $1.00 off coupon. On Friday and Saturday nights in October they have a Haunted Corn Maze.

Corn Dawgs Corn Maze

Where: 955 Leone Ave., Loganville, Ga.
(770) 786-9000
When: Opens Sept. 16, 2017
Fri. 5 – 10 pm | Sat. 10 am – 10 pm | Sun. 10 am – 7 pm

Corn Dawgs has A LOT more than just a 7 acre Maze, so check out their website for details. They even have a rodeo Sept. 2-3, 2016. The general admission price includes a corn maze, 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.

Corn Dawgs has closed their doors after 9 fun years. We are sad to see them go.

Yule Forest Pumpkin Patch

Where: 3565 Hwy, 155 N, Stockbridge, GA 30281 | 770-954-9356
Season Starts: Sept 29, 2018

The Yule Forest Pumpkin Patch is a family owned business with tons of activities including pick your own pumpkin, inflatables, jumping pillow, petting zoo, tractor-pulled hayride through the cartoon forest, and new this year a HAY MAZE! So forget the corn, run through giant hay bales.

Warbington Farms Corn Maze

Where: 5555 Crow Road | Cumming, GA 30041 | 770-889-1515
Season Begins: Opening in Sept. 2018

Take the plunge during the day or for an added challenge, try the maze at night! The maze is not haunted but guaranteed to be a true test of your bravery. Bring a flashlight or purchase glow sticks and flashlights from us.

Washington Farms

Where:  5671 Hog Mountain Rd. (Hwy 53), Watkinsville, GA 30677 (706) 769-0627
Season Begins: Opens Sept. 22, 2018

Grab your family and friends 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. In the past they have also offered flashlight nights. Other activities include campfires and s’mores, a vortex tunnel, and jumping pillow. For homeschoolers or playgroups, there is a home school day. Contact them for details.

Copper Creek Farm

Where: 1514 Reeves Station Road SW | Calhoun, GA 30701 | 706-280-5592 | 770-548-7746
Season Begins: Opens Sept. 22, 2018

Get lost in the 2018 Chewbacca giant corn maze, or take it down a little with the Frozen Olaf kiddie corn maze. Other activities include zip line, candy canon, pig races, corn barn, monster pumpkin canon, bee barn and lots more.

Mitcham Farms

Where: Colonel Cob’s Corn Maze, 797 Macedonia Church Road, Oxford, Ga. | 770-597-6346
Season Begins: 
Opens Sept. 22, 2018

Be prepared to get lost on a fantastic adventure. Inside this 7-acre maze, you will find twisting pathways, questions and answers, and picture rubbings. It’s a maze, it’s a game, it’s educational, and it’s FUN! Every year features a new corn maze theme. Other activities pumpkin patch, hayrides, pedal karts, a cow train, corn cannon, giant jump pad, interactive play area for kids, helicopter rides (select dates only), farm animal viewing area, farm stand, and bonfire pits for relaxing at night. Most activities are included in the price of admission. Special events and themes are scheduled for each weekend, so check the site for information.

Sleepy Hollow Farm

Where: 628 Sleepy Hollow Road | Powder Springs , GA 30127 | (770)942-6770
Season Begins: Opens Sept. 22, 2018

During the daytime take a tractor ride with your family or friends around the farm, explore the corn maze, and then pick out your perfect pumpkins in the pumpkin patch. At night things change a bit when Sleepy Hollow offers Stranger Things filming location tours and a nighttime corn maze on select nights.

Southern Belle Farms

Where: 1658 Turner Church Rd., McDonough, Ga. | 770-288-2582
Season Begins:
 Opens Sept. 22, 2018

This Georgia farm has a four acre cornfield with a unique image stamped right into it, with winding paths, dead ends and wrong turns all for you to navigate! After sundown, you’ll want a flashlight to make your way through the rustling stalks of corn.

In addition, this 200 acre working farm just outside Atlanta has 2 acres of pumpkins, and more than 20 outdoor attractions!  Admission includes Cornfield maze(s), Hayride, Cow Train ride, Corn Cannon – 3 shots, Jumping Pillow, Racing Pedal Carts, Giant Tunnel Slide, Kiddie Korral, Corn Box, Rubber Duck Races, meeting the Barnyard Animals, Goat Walk, Pig Races at Oinker Stadium.

Southern Belle farm also has several fire pits available for rent during the Fall season. You’ll need to plan though, you must reserve one of the fire pits at least 8 days ahead of your desired date, but the good news is you can request a campfire reservation online.

The Rock Ranch

Where: 5020 Barnesville Hwy., The Rock, Ga. (between Barnesville and Thomaston, south of Atlanta)
 | 706-647-6374
Season Begins: Saturdays and Sundays October 6 – November 3, 2018

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. For something truly amazing, spend the night in one of their Farm Stay houses, or Conestoga Wagons and be ready for The Rock Ranch fall festivals. Each weekend is a different theme.

The Enchanted MAiZE at Blowing Springs Farm

Where: 271 Chattanooga Valley Rd., Flintstone, GA 30725 | 706- 820-2531
Season Begins: Opens Sept. 28

In addition to the Maze & all the great food, there are special activities and events too. Admission to Blowing Springs Farm includes 4 Activity Tokens and additional tokens are available for purchase. Farm activities include: The Enchanted MAiZE, Bagby’s Critter Corral, Pedal Carts, Corn Crib, Duck Races, Hayrides, Cow Train, and Corn Slingshot!

Lee Anderson Farm

Where: 51 Lee Anderson Farm Rd., Dahlonega, Ga. | 706-864-6560
When: Sept. 22 – Oct. 31, 2017
Fri. 4-10 pm | Sat. 10-10 pm | Sun. 1-6 pm

Although Lee Anderson Farm has been around since 1920, 2016 is the first year they have offered a corn maze, pumpkin patch, hayride, petting zoo and farm activities. My dad would especially like the vintage tractors.

Lee Anderson Farm has been closed. We hate to see them go.

JD Ranch Corn Maze

Where: Highway 515/76 | Blairsville, GA | 706-333-5363
Season Begins: TBD

2017 is the first year for this corn maze, so expect big things. In addition to the maze you’ll find hayrides, a petting zoo, pumpkin patch, face painting, hay bale climbing and more. During the Spook-Tacular hours enjoy a bonfire with marshmallow and s’mores. Local vendors will be selling food and crafts.

Five Forks Corn Maze

Where: 562 Old Andersonville Rd. | Hartwell , GA 30643 | 706-376-8960
Season Starts: TBD
Five Forks Corn maze is a family fall activity. Explore corn maze, goldmine, tire playground, pumpkin bowling, and more. Pure local Honey for sale.

Additional Corn Mazes in Georgia

What: Still Family Farm, LLC
5630 Macland Road | Powder Springs, GA 30127 | (678)283-6951

What: Carlton Farms
Where: 1276 Cartersville Hwy. | Rockmart, GA 30153 | (770)655-1503

What: Lanes Southern Orchards
50 Lane Road | Fort Valley, GA 31030 | (800)27P-EACH

What: TroupCorn Maze Adventure
105 Marie Church Rd | Dublin, GA 31021 | 478-272-8170

What: Calhoun Produce Inc.
5075 Hawpond Road  | Ashburn, GA 31714 | 229-273-1887

What: Poppell Farms
1765 Hyma Poppell Loop | Odum, GA 31555 | 912-586-2215

What: Sunny Day Farms
6353 US Hwy 1 North | Louisville, GA 30434 | 706-360-5051

What: Hootie’s Corn Maze
1265 Old Louisville Road | Millen, GA 30442 | 706-466-1115

What: Tomato House Farms Corn Maze
22 Stephens Circle | Murrayville, GA 30564 | 706-867-8052

What: Hillside Orchard Farms Corn Maze
18 Sorghum Mill Drive | Lakemont, GA 30552 | 706-782-2776


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Corn Mazes in Georgia that have Closed

What: Cagle’s Dairy Corn Maze 
Where: 362 Stringer Rd., Hickory Flat, Ga. (near Canton) | 770- 345-5591
When: Closed in 2016

Cagle’s Dairy is closing the farm in Canton and moving to Ball Ground Georgia. In the process, they won’t be doing family events and farm tours anymore, just special events in the new space.

What: Old Freeman Family Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch
Where: 644 Scarboro Hwy., Cooperville, GA  (Near Statesboro)
When: Closed in 2016

The Freeman family has decided to no longer operate the fall corn maze and pumpkin patch. They will continue to host school field trips, birthday parties, weddings and special events.

What: Buck’s Corn Maze
When: Closed in 2015


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One of our favorite fall activities is finding our way through one of the 20+ Crazy Corn Mazes in GA. Corn Mazes in Georgia open as early as Sept. We have the scoop on where to go, which ones have closed and more!

Disclosure: We are happy to partner with Jaemor Farms on this post about corn mazes in Ga. We have made so many happy memories at the Jaemor, we hope you will too. 

Sue Rodman | Co-Founder

Sue came to Atlanta after finishing the Walt Disney World College Program where she was a tour guide then guest relations hostess (and no she did not moonlight as Snow White). Sue spent 25 years in PR before adding freelance travel writing to her resume. Prior to 365 Atlanta Traveler, Sue published an award winning family travel blog called Field Trips with Sue for eight years, and produced a TV segment with the same name on CBS Better Mornings Atlanta. Her favorite place to visit is anywhere with her husband and three sons. Sue believes anytime is a good time for dessert and there are no bad field trips, just better stories. @SueRodman

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