5 Terrifyingly Creepy Haunted Corn Mazes in Atlanta (2023)

Children of the Corn, anyone? If you’re ready to be scared in the middle of a corn field (minus the creepy kids…hopefully) then a haunted corn maze is for you! Georgia has several haunted corn mazes that will chill your blood, as well as a few that rely more on simple darkness for a less-scary spook.

If you’re looking for a haunted corn maze, we’ve got them. Here are 5 of the best haunted corn mazes in Georgia, plus a few corn mazes that simply require flashlights.

5 Terrifyingly Creepy Haunted Corn Mazes in Atlanta (2023)

UNCLE SHUCK’S THE DARK ROWS HAUNTED CORN MAZE (DAWSONVILLE)

Ready for a scary good time? Then head out to Uncle Shuck’s Dark Rows Haunted Corn Maze in Dawsonville.

Open on Friday and Saturday nights in October (and the last September weekend), this is a wickedly fun nighttime journey into the twisted trails of the moonlit cornfield. Bring your friends and family, or brave it solo, but we warned…you won’t be alone. This haunted corn maze is meant to be a classic scare experience that can be enjoyed by a wide audience. You won’t see any extreme gore or violence on this one.

Make an evening of it with a night time wagon ride that culminates in a bonfire. Uncle Shuck’s provides the marshmallows for roasting, and will lead the camp songs.

Note: Ages 12 and under MUST be accompanied by a parent or guardian in the haunted maze. Flashlights are not allowed.

Read More: Uncle Shuck’s Corn Maze: What You Should Expect On This Fall Adventure

MITCHAM FARMS CORN MAZE (OXFORD, GA)

This one isn’t really “haunted” — more like “spooky” — making it a great choice for families who just want a little bit of spookiness.  

Mitcham Farms Corn Maze is your standard corn maze during the day, but come in the evening to experience the maze in the dark during their Flashlight Nights. Flashlight Nights are on Friday and Saturday – be sure to bring a flashlight in case you “get lost!”  Flashlights are also available for purchase. 

BUFORD CORN MAZE HAUNTED FOREST (BUFORD)

The Buford Corn Maze Haunted Forest is frightfully fun for families and kids.

Just in time for the Halloween season, the Buford Corn Maze’s Haunted Forest comes to life on weekends at dark. As the sun sets each night at the maze, be aware of creatures coming alive in their secluded forest and lurking throughout a winding labyrinth of twists and turns.

Before you head out to the Haunted Forest, visit their corn maze, pumpkin patch, and farm activities during the day!

COPPER CREEK FARM HAUNTED CORN MAZE (CALHOUN)

Copper Creek Farm Halloween Farm Night Adventure is a spooky, haunted experience through the Copper Creek Farm corn maze after dark. You will only be guided by the moon.

Be prepared for a little Halloween fun with your family and friends or brave the rows of corn alone for some seriously spooky fun!  They have the haunted corn maze, a flashlight corn maze, hayride, bonfire & marshmallows, ziplining, pony rides, and gem mining.  They also have fireworks every Friday and Saturday night in October.

Visit Copper Creek during the day for their farm activities, pumpkin patch, and daytime corn maze. If you decide to stay for the nighttime activities, you an upgrade your ticket.

ZOMBIE FARMS (ATHENS AREA)

Zombie Farms in Winterville near Athens is not actually a corn maze…but it is a creepy, haunted attraction through the woods. Take a 3/4 mile walk through a dark and spooky haunted forest filled with zombies and other characters who will scare you, entertain you, and sometimes even make you laugh. Unique horror sets are set up throughout the forest.

Make sure you check out their newest addition — Halloween Forest! This winding trail through the woods is separate from the regular trail.  With cool scenery and different paths, you will want to make sure you get there early enough to enjoy it! Your ticket gets you into both.

HAUNTED CORN MAZE FAQ

What is the scariest corn maze in the United States?

Some of the corn mazes considered “the scariest in the United States” include Field of Screams in Montana, Heap’s Haunted Corn Maze in Illinois, and Hysteria at Connors Farm in Massachusetts.

What should I wear to a haunted corn maze?

The most important thing to think about when deciding what to wear to a haunted corn maze, is proper foot attire. Heeled or open-toe anything are not proper foot attire for trying to make your way through a haunted corn maze. Be sure to wear sneakers, boots, or perhaps rain boots depending on the weather.

What is the Dark Rows Haunted Trails at Uncle Shuck’s in Dawsonville?

The Dark Rows is a wickedly fun nighttime journey into the twisted trails of the moonlit cornfield. Bring your friends, bring your family, or brave the path solo. Just be warned, you will not be alone! The misty October night air always seems to bring out the worst in this little patch of corn.

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5 Terrifyingly Creepy Haunted Corn Mazes in Atlanta (2023)