1. Long and Scott Farms, Mount Dora
Come get lost in this lovely seven-acre maze. Visitors will also find a huge playground, bounce pillow, hay rides, and catch-and-release fishing for kids. Dates: October 1 - December 11, Saturdays (10am - 5pm) and Sundays (1pm. - 5pm.), plus November 23 (10am - 5pm) and November 25 (10am - 5pm).
2. Amazing Grace Crop Maze, Green Cove Springs
This corn maze in Clay County is tons of fun, with a corn crib, cow train, corn hole, hay rides, duck races, and a pumpkin patch.
Dates: September 30 - October 30, Fridays (5pm - 10pm) and Saturdays (10am - 10pm), October 6 (5pm - 10pm) and October 7 (10am - 10pm).
3. CornFusion Maze, Lakeland
CornFusion features a huge eight-acre crop maze, Bounce Pillow, horseshoes, corn hole, air cannons, a pumpkin patch and carving station, and farm animals (you can even feed the cows!). They even offer a Zombie Farm experience where visitors shoot zombies with paintball guns during a 20-minute nighttime hay ride.
Dates: October 1-30, Fridays (3pm - 6pm), Saturdays (9am - 6pm), and Sundays (Noon to 6pm).
4. Coon Hollo Corn Maze. Micanopy
Sure, corn mazes are fun, but the extra activities here sound like a blast! They've got pony rides, archery, pig races, putt-putt, hay jumping, and even a hay ride out to feed the cows. Dates: October 7 - November 6, Fridays (4pm-Dusk), Saturdays (10am- Dusk), Sundays (12pm-Dusk)
5. Harvestmoon Farm, Masaryktown
Bring the kids out for a day of fun, including a cow train, face painting, a jumping pillow, pony rides, a petting farm, corn ball, farm games, and a pumpkin patch. This farm claims to have the best and biggest corn maze in Hernando County!
Dates: October 1 - November 6, Saturdays and Sundays (10am - 5pm).
6. Countryside Citrus, Vero Beach
This corn maze will have a ton of fun activities for the whole family, including pumpkin bowling, giant chess, duck races, a corn cannon, a tractor train, and a pumpkin patch. Dates: October 15 - November 20, Saturdays and Sundays (10am - 5pm).
7. Sweet Season Farms, Milton
This incredible corn maze is on its eighth season, and it has grown to giant proportions. Some of the activities include a playground, hay ride, a race track, carousel, farm games, cow train, pony rides, and a corn cannon.
Dates: September 24 - November 6, Saturdays (9am - 5pm), Sundays (11am - 5pm), and Fridays in October (6pm - 10pm).
8. Baker Corn Maze, Baker
Dates: October 1 - November 5, Saturdays (9am - 6pm) and Sundays (Noon to 6pm).
9. Partin Ranch, Kenansville
The corn maze at this working cattle ranch is really poppin'. Some of the awesome activities include the usual hay rides, barrel trains and corn cannons, plus a kids zip-line and combine harvester rides.
Dates: Weekends in October, Saturdays and Sundays (10am - 5pm).
10. Conner's A-maize-ing Acres, Hilliard
This is a fifth and sixth-generation working farm with over 100 animals. Corn maze activities will include corn hole, a corn box, tumble bug races, horseback riding, life-size Lincoln Logs, peddle carts, and a pumpkin patch.
Dates: October 1 - November 5, Saturdays (10am - 6pm), October 15 (Flashlight Maze, 7pm - 10 pm), Field of Screams: October 22nd, 28th and 29th (7pm - 10pm).
11. Roger's Farm, Gainesville
There's no better place to celebrate Octoberfest than Roger's Farm. Activities include pony rides, giant slides, a petting zoo, hay rides, a bounce house, cow train, duck races, a corn cannon, and more!
Dates: October 1 - October 31, Fridays (5pm - 11pm), Saturdays (10am - 11pm), and Sundays (1pm - 6pm).
12. Fox Squirrel Corn Maze, Plant City
Hurry on over to this corn maze, because it's only open for a short time. Activities include awesome hay rides, corn hole, duck races, cattle and wildlife to see, and a pumpkin patch.
Dates: October 15 - October 30, Saturdays (10am - 6pm) and Sundays (10am - 6pm) (latest entry is 5pm).
13. Harvest Holler, Polk City
Harvest Holler is a real family farm located 10 minutes from Lakeland. They welcome visitors to come try the corn maze, ride the cow train, climb a hay fort, play a game of corn hole, and much more. Visit the country store for lots of homemade goodies to take home.
Dates: September 23 - November 13, Fridays (4pm - 8pm), Saturdays (Noon - 8pm), and Sundays (Noon - 5pm).
14. Sykes and Cooper Farms, Elkton
Activities included with admission include the corn maze, a hay ride, duck races, cow milking, the cow train, and seeing farm animals.
Dates: October 8 - October 30, Fridays (5pm - 10pm), Saturdays (10am - 10pm), and Sundays (11am - 5pm).
15. Cotton Farm, Weirsdale
Pop's Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze will have hay rides, face painting, a hay maze, and a snack shack. Don't forget to pick out the perfect pumpkin!
Dates: October 8 - 30, Saturdays (10am - 7pm), and Sundays (11am - 5pm).
16. Cypress Cattle, Freeport
This six-acre maze has over two miles of trails to explore. There are plenty of kids' activities, bounce houses, a petting zoo, and a pumpkin patch. Dates: September 24 - October 31, Fridays (4pm - 8pm),
Saturdays (10am - 8pm), and Sundays (11am - 5pm).
17. Aunt Louise's Farm, Waukeenah (Jefferson County)
Visitors to this corn maze can also enjoy seeing lots of cute animals, like goats rabbits, and chickens. Then there's the pumpkin patch, cow train, scavenger hunt, and even some crafts and refreshments (for sale).
Dates: October 1 - November 6, Saturdays (10am - 6pm) and Sundays (2pm to 6pm).
Have you gotten lost in any of these corn mazes? What’s your favorite fall tradition?