6 Frightening Haunted Corn Mazes: Atlanta Edition 2020

I’m still creeped out by the 80’s horror movie Children of the Corn, but if you like to be scared out in the middle of a corn field, then consider visiting a haunted corn maze. Georgia has several that will chill your blood, as well as a few that rely more on simple darkness for a gentler spook. And if you want to know where is a haunted corn maze near me, we can tell you!

Haunted Corn Mazes Near Atlanta

What could be better than combining two of the most popular fall activities, the Corn Maze and the Haunted House? If you can’t quite stomach the haunted corn maze, I’ve also added one not-so-scary option, flashlight nights at Washington Farms – now that’s a little more my speed. Did we miss your favorite haunted corn maze in Atlanta (or even Georgia)? If so, let us know and we’ll add it.

6 Frightening Haunted Corn Mazes: Atlanta Edition 2020

Uncle Shuck’s The Dark Rows Haunted Corn Maze

125 Bannister Rd |  Dawsonville | 770-772-6223

Uncle Shucks Dark Rows is an outdoor haunted attraction open on Friday and Saturday nights in October. Its schedule and procedures are unchanged for 2020. It’s a wickedly fun nighttime journey into the twisted trails of the moonlit cornfield. Bring friends, family or brave it solo, but be warned, you won’t be alone!

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

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

More Fall Fun in Georgia:

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

Fear in the Woods

3565 North Hwy 155 | Stockbridge | 770-954-9356

Fear the Woods will be closed until October 2021.

Fear the Woods is a professional haunt that has consistently been ranked one of the top haunted places to go in Georgia for the last 5 years.  Don’t wander too far from the light as our Uncle Eddie has invited new creatures to come feast on the screams of those that come to the farm after dark.  This haunt consists of three different features: The Haunted House, a place where all your psychological fears are revealed; the Haunted Trail, where you have to find your way back after being dropped off in the middle of the woods and corn with the Skinner family; and Pandemic, a 8,000 square foot interactive, competitive, combat field where your skills determine your fate.

Washington Farms

5671 Hog Mountain Rd. (Hwy 53)| Watkinsville | 706-769-0627

Grab your family and friends and GET LOST in Washington Farms 6.5 acre corn maze!  Masks, social distancing and limited capacity will be enforced in 2020. Friday and Saturday nights stay late for flashlight nights. Other activities include campfires and s’mores, a vortex tunnel, and jumping pillow.

Mitcham Farms Corn Maze

797 W Macedonia Church Rd. | Oxford | 770-597-6346

Mitcham Farms Corn Maze is your standard corn maze during the day, but come in the evening to experience the maze in the dark for 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. Opens September 26, 2020 for the Fall season.

Buford Corn Maze Haunted Forest

4470 Bennett Rd | Buford | 678-835-7198

The Buford Corn Maze Haunted Forest Scare rating: Recommended for children from age 10 to adult. This corn maze will require masks and social distancing, among other things in 2020. It will open Labor Day weekend 2020. This haunted corn maze is open longer than most, so it’s a good choice if you in September or November, not just October. 

Copper Creek Farm Haunted Corn Maze

1514 Reeves Station Rd SW | Calhoun | 706-280-5592

Copper Creek Farm Halloween Haunts is a spooky, haunted experience through the Copper Creek Farm corn maze after dark. It runs from September 26 through November 3, 2020. 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 a corn maze, hayride, bonfire & marshmallows.

The following haunted corn mazes have sadly closed. We will miss them.

Blowing Screams Farm

Rock City | 271 Chattanooga Valley Rd. | Flintstone | 706- 820-2531

Note: Blowing Springs Farm still has a corn maze, but they are not doing their haunted corn maze this season. 
The Enchanted MAiZE site at Blowing Springs farm transforms into the Blowing SCREAMS Farm at night in October.  Brave guest go through a menacing woods and dark swamp teeming with monsters. Due to the nature of some of the attractions, parental discretion is advised for Blowing SCREAMS Farm for children ages 10 and under.

JD Ranch Corn Maze

Highway 515/76 | Blairsville | 706-333-5363
During the day JD Ranch Corn Maze is your normal family friendly corn maze. At night, enjoy the Spook-Tacular corn maze. This is a family friendly spooky maze with a bonfire and s’mores, plus hay bales to jump on too.

Buck’s Haunted Corn Maze

1923 New Hope Rd. | Dawsonville | 706-344-8834

Buck’s Corn Maze is a 12 acre maze planted in a 20 acre field of corn next to Cochran Creek with a beautiful view of the Appalachian Mountains. Saturday nights in October, the maze is haunted after dark.

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