21+ Family-Friendly Corn Mazes in Georgia To Get Lost In

Fall is my favorite time of year. I love the cooler weather, the changing leaves and all the fun fall activities — like corn mazes. We have a list of more than 21 corn mazes in Georgia that can surely answer the question, “Where are the best corn mazes near me?” We also give you all the information you need to visit in 2021.

Corn Mazes in Georgia

21+ Family-Friendly Corn Mazes in Georgia

Although the temps aren’t always 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 too!  You’ll find corn mazes, hayrides, bonfires, activities for the kids, and pumpkins — but visit their websites for complete details about what’s available when you plan to visit.  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

Uncle Shuck’s Corn Maze

125 Bannister Rd | Dawsonville, Ga.
 | 770-772-6223
Season Begins: September 11, 2021

2021 marks the 20th 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.

The pattern of the maze changes each year, which has had themes from mountain moonshiners and auto racing to civil war history. On Friday and Saturday nights in October they have a Haunted Corn Maze.  You’ll also find plenty of fun, fall activities here — like a jumping pad, a corn maze for kids, bonfire, wagon rides, a corn cannon, and more.

Yule Forest Pumpkin Patch


3565 Hwy, 155 N | Stockbridge | 770-954-9356
Season Begins: October 2, 2021

Get lost and roam through a brand new corn maze with all types of twists and turns that is a blast for the whole family at Yule Forest.

The Yule Forest Pumpkin Patch is a family-owned business with tons of activities including a corn maze, pick-your-own pumpkins, inflatables, jumping pillow, a farm animals experience, a tractor-pulled hayride adventure, and even a hay maze.

Yule Forest also has a free live music concert each Saturday, and food trucks available every weekend in October.

Warbington Farms Corn Maze

5555 Crow Road | Cumming | 770-889-1515
Season Begins: September 23, 2021

With pumpkins, cows, slides, swings, a petting zoo, the corn maze and more, Warbington Farms is a great place for fall, family fun.

At the Warbington Farms Corn Maze, try to navigate the maze during the day, or for an added challenge — try the maze at night! The maze is not haunted, but is guaranteed to be a true test of your bravery. Bring a flashlight or purchase glow sticks and flashlights from them.

Buford Corn Maze

4470 Bennett Rd | Buford |678-835-7198
Season Begins: Opens September 4, 2021

The corn maze is still the main attraction at Buford Corn Maze, but it has grown to include many more fun activities – including a hayride, two popcorn jumping pillows, a farmer’s combine slide, farm animal viewing area, pumpkin patch, toy duck race, pony rides and an expanded Kid’s Corn-er play area. The Buford Corn Maze also will offer special events throughout the season.

And, just in time for the Halloween season, the Buford Corn Maze’s Haunted Forest comes to life at night on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, beginning Sept. 24 and running through Nov. 7.

The corn maze is open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays through September – then expanding to every day in October. In November, the corn maze will be open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

Washington Farms

5671 Hog Mountain Rd. (Hwy 53) | Watkinsville | 706-769-0627
Season Begins: September 25, 2021

Grab your family and friends and GET LOST in this 6.5 acre corn maze at Washington Farms!  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 at Washington Farms include campfires and s’mores, cow train rides, pig races, hayrides, corn cannons, a petting farm, a low ropes course, a PVC slide, corn box and sand boxes, duck races, a tricycle track, zip lines, a vortex tunnel, and jumping pillow. Tickets are ONLY available online. Buy before you go.

Jaemor Farms 

5340 Cornelia Hwy. (Hwy 365) | Alto | 770-869-3999
Season Begins: Opens Sept. 11, 2021

It has become a fall tradition like back-to-school and Halloween: Jaemor’s annual corn maze, newly-named their Harvest Celebration.

At Jaemor Farms, experience a corn-y quest through their 6-acres of maze. Starting mid-September through the first weekend in November, Jaemor offers a whole fall farm experience that includes hay rides, farm slides, a petting zoo, farm skeeball, a pumpkin train, duck races, tricycle races, apple cannons and concessions – as well as a mini-maze for those who want a quicker visit.

Copper Creek Farm

1514 Reeves Station Road SW | Calhoun | 706-280-5592 | 770-548-7746
Season Begins: Sept. 24, 2021

Get lost in Copper Creek Farm’s 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. See fireworks on Friday and Saturday nights in October!

They also offer their Haunted Maze on Friday and Saturday nights through Halloween.

Mitcham Farms

797 Macedonia Church Rd | Oxford | 770-597-6346
Season Begins:
September 25, 2021

Be prepared to get lost on a fantastic adventure at Mitcham Farms. 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, farm animal viewing area, farm stand, and bonfire pits for relaxing at night. Most activities are included in the price of admission.

Sleepy Hollow Farm

628 Sleepy Hollow Road | Powder Springs | 770-942-6770
Season Begins: Sept. 24, 2021

During the daytime at Sleepy Hollow Farm, take a tractor ride with your family around the farm, explore the corn maze, and then pick out your perfect pumpkins in the pumpkin patch.

Southern Belle Farms

1658 Turner Church Rd. | McDonough | 770-288-2582
Season Begins: Sept. 18, 2021

Southern Belle Farm will open for the Fall season starting September 18, 2021. Southern Belle 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.

Cagle’s Dairy Corn Maze

362 Stringer Rd. | Hickory Flat, Ga. (near Canton) | 770- 345-5591
Season begins: September 17, 2021

At Cagle’s Dairy Corn Maze you can get lost in a whopping big corn maze or in Mica’s mini-maze! Pick a few pumpkins, then cheer on your favorite porker in the pig races. Make sure you stop by Clay’s Corner for yard games galore.  Pose with friends at their photo ops, and then sit a spell in the Octagon swings.  (Don’t miss the animal barn!)

For an extra fee you can also take a wagon ride to the lake, or roast marshmallows at the bonfire.  Open weekends only.

Additional Corn Mazes in Georgia

Ottawa Farms
No word yet on corn maze plans for 2021. | 702 Bloomingdale Road | Bloomingdale (near Savannah) | 912-748-3035

Still Family Farm, LLC
Opening date: September 18, 2021 (weekends only) | 5630 Macland Road | Powder Springs| 678-283-6951

Carlton Farms
Dates not posted for 2021 yet. | 1276 Cartersville Hwy. | Rockmart | 770-655-1503

Lanes Southern Orchards
Opening date: October 1, 2021 | 50 Lane Road | Fort Valley | (800)27P-EACH

TroupCorn Maze Adventure
No word yet on 2021 plans. | 105 Marie Church Rd | Dublin | 478-272-8170

Calhoun Produce Inc.
Season opens: October 2, 2021 | 5075 Hawpond Road  | Ashburn | 229-273-1887

Poppell Farms
Opening date: October 2, 2021 | 1765 Hyma Poppell Loop | Odum | 912-586-2215

Sunny Day Farms
No word yet on 2021 plans. | 6353 US Hwy 1 North | Louisville | 706-360-5051

Hootie’s Corn Maze
No word yet on 2021 plans. | 1265 Old Louisville Road | Millen | 706-466-1115

Tomato House Farms
No word yet on 2021 plans. | 22 Stephens Circle | Murrayville | 706-867-8052

Hillside Orchard Farms Corn Maze
Season Opens: September 2021 | 18 Sorghum Mill Drive | Lakemont | 706-782-2776

Corn Mazes in Georgia that have Closed

Corn Dawgs Corn Maze
955 Leone Ave. | Loganville | 770-786-9000
Closed in 2018

Lee Anderson Farm
51 Lee Anderson Farm Rd. | Dahlonega, Ga. | 706-864-6560
Closed in 2018

JD Ranch Corn Maze
Highway 515/76 | Blairsville | 706-333-5363
Closed in 2018

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

Buck’s Corn Maze
Closed in 2015

The Rock Ranch
5020 Highway 36, The Rock, GA
Closed in 2020.

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21+ Family-Friendly Corn Mazes in Georgia To Get Lost In

21+ Family-Friendly Corn Mazes in Georgia To Get Lost In

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