It’s that time of year again — the best time of year, in my opinion! It’s time to shop for Halloween costumes, try all of the seasonal foods and beverages, and visit all of the attractions we can only see when the weathers gets nice and cool. Corn mazes are a fall tradition and a great opportunity to visit local farms and spend quality time with your friends and family. Even better, these corn mazes offer a lot more activities than just the maze! Many of them also offer special Halloween events outside their usual dates, so check with the individual farm for a safe and fun option for trick-or-treating!
1. Long and Scott Farms - Scott's Maze Adventures, Mount Dora
When: October 3rd - December 13th, Saturdays and Sundays, 10am - 5pm.
(Last admission sold at 3pm)
Price: Kids under 3 - free
Kids (3 -16) - $9.00 (with paying adult)
Adults (17 & older) - $11.00.
Activities: 6 acre Corn Maze, 1 acre Mini Corn Maze, 3 acre Tree Maze, 60 ft. Super Slide, Jumping Pillow (must bring socks!), Zip Line for Kids, Rock Maze, Mist Maze, Rope Maze, Playground, covered picnic areas and access to Food Vendors. Hay rides and kids' fishing are available at an extra cost.
2. Amazing Grace Corn Maze, Green Cove Springs
When: Fridays: 5 pm - 10 pm
Saturdays: 10 am - 10 pm
October 31: 10 am - 5 pm
(Last tickets sold 9 pm)
Price: $11 +tax admission ages 4+
Activities: Corn crib, corn hole, cow train, duck races, hay ride, mini hay bale maze, pumpkin patch, Lou Lou’s Country Store
3. Aunt Louise's Farm, Monticello
When: Weekends starting October 10th (ending date not yet available), Saturday and Sunday, 10am - 6pm.
Activities: Corn maze, barrel train, goats, chicken, rabbits, pumpkin patch, scavenger hunt, as well as crafts and refreshments for sale.
Note: Activities listed are from the previous year and are subject to change.
4. Hallows Hill (Baker Corn Maze), Baker
When: Every weekend starting September 26th until November 1st
3 and under: Free.
Activities: corn maze, kiddie train (8 and under), Hay Ride, Petting Zoo, 2 Shots with the Corn Cannon and Kiddie Hay Maze.
5. Conner's A-Maize-ing Acres, Hilliard
When: October 3, 2015 through November 7, 2015, Saturdays (not open Sundays), 10am - 6pm
Price: 0 to 23 months - FREE
24 months to 4 years old - $11 - tax included
5 years old to 64 years young - $14 - tax included
65 years young and up - $11 - tax included.
Activities: Corn maze, corn hole. corn box, barnyard alley, tumble bug races, life-size Lincoln logs, play set, peddle carts, pumpkin patch, horseback riding.
6. Rogers Farm Fall Festival/Octoberfest, Gainesville
When: October 3rd - November 1st, Fridays 5pm - 11pm, Saturdays, 10am - 11pm, Sundays, 1pm - 6pm.
Price: $12 per person for all activities
$8 without corn maze
$8 for corn maze & spook trail
Children 3 and under - free.
Activities: Cow train, duck races, bounce house, hay rides, pony rides, petting zoo, giant slides and swings, vortex tunnel, jumping pillow, corn cannon, and concessions available for purchase. They have spooky nighttime maze hours from 8pm to 11pm Fridays and Saturdays.
7. Harvestmoon Farm, Masarkytown (Hernando County)
When: Starting October 3rd, Saturday & Sunday: 10am - 5pm, Last tickets sold at 4pm, Night time Maze: TBA
Price: Adults & Children
ages 3 & UP
Attractions: Cow train, jumping pillow, petting farm, pumpkin patch, corn ball, pony hops, barnyard playground and games. Additional charge for food, face painting and pony rides.
8. Sonshine Family Farms, Milton
When: Opens September 19th, Saturdays, 9am - 9pm, Sundays, 9am - 6pm.
Price: Ages 3 and up: $8.00
Ages 2 and under: Free
Ages 3 and up: $8.00.
Activities: pumpkin patch, mini golf, pony rides, zip line, kiddie train, hayride, playground area, equipment exhibit (Smith Tractor ),corn toss, tether ball courts, picnic tables under big pecan trees for shade and concession stand. Pony rides offered for an extra fee.
9. Countryside Citrus, Vero Beach
October 25th- November 23rd
Saturday and Sunday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
(last ticket sold at 4:00)
Age 3 and under: Free.
Activities: Corn cannon, corn box, pumpkin patch, corn hole, duck races, tractor train, tether ball, pumpkin bowling, giant chess, bull lasso.
10. Partin Ranch Corn Maze, Kenansville (near St. Cloud)
When: Weekends in October, Saturday and Sunday, 10am - 5pm
Price: 3 and under - free
Ages 4 to 12 - $7
Ages 13 and older - $10.
Activities: Corn maze, mini maze, pumpkin patch, barrel train, ranch animals, combine harvester rides, hay rides, kids zip line, photo props, and food and crafts available for purchase. Some rides are an additional charge.
11. Sweet Season Farms , Milton
When: September 26th - November 1st, Fridays, 6:00pm - 10:00pm, Saturdays,
9:00am - 5:00pm, Sunday, 11:00am - 5:00pm
Children 2 and under - free.
Activities: Corn Maze, Hayride, Children's Playground (12 and under), Corn Popper, Sunflower Speedway, Hop-A-Long Rodeo, Rat Racers, Country Carousel, Cow Train, Farm Games, Sunflower Paths, Picnic Area, Hay Bale Maze, Animal Barn and more!
One (1) Turn at Corn Cannon also included, but not unlimited. Pony rides: $5 extra.
12. Sykes and Cooper Farms, Elkton (near St. Augustine)
When: October 3rd thru October 25th, Friday: 5pm to 10pm, Saturday: 10am to 10pm, Sunday: 11am to 5pm. Last tickets for Friday and Saturday sold at 9pm.
Price: Children 2 & under - free.
Ages 3 - 64 - $ 9
Senior Citizens (65+): $ 7.
Activities: Pumpkins*, Sunflowers*, Fresh Produce*, Hayrides
Play Ground featuring our tube slide, corn box, Spider Web, etc.
Lil’ Farmer’s Play Area, Farm Animals, Cow Train*, Corn Popper*, Duck Races*, corn cannon*, and much more.
*Items/activities available at extra charge.
Do you have a favorite local corn maze that we may have left out? What are your favorite fall activities? Please leave your comments below!
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