Get Lost In These 7 Awesome Corn Mazes In North Carolina This Fall
There’s something so quintessentially fall about getting lost in a giant corn maze. The perfect, golden hue the corn reaches once fall is near its peak is just beautiful. Plus, bonus points like pumpkin patches, hayrides, and fresh cider make corn mazes a fun, dizzying treat come fall. But it’s the whole experience that makes them so memorable. Here are seven of the best corn mazes in North Carolina that will fill the fall season with fun memories.
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Corn mazes are such a fun fall activity! Which ones are your favorite corn mazes in North Carolina?
What are the best farms to visit in North Carolina in the fall?
The Tar Heel State is home to a number of fun pumpkin patches that are perfect for an outing with the youngest members of the family; but the older ‘kids at heart’ will have fun as well. After combing through the pumpkin patch to find the perfect pumpkins to carve or simply to decorate the house with some autumnal flair, you’ll find most of the state’s fun pumpkin patches also host other fun activities like hayrides, jump castles, and more. Some even serve food! A few of the must-visit pumpkin patches include Hickory Nut Gap Farm in Fairview, Deal Farms in Franklin, and Mike’s Farm in Beulaville. Of course, it’s also possible to find hours of family fun on a farm with a corn maze! See a list of seven of the best corn mazes in North Carolina in the article above.
Are there any haunted corn mazes in North Carolina?
Yes! Every Friday in October after the sun goes down, the Shelby Corn Maze turns haunted for a creepy, twisty-turny adventure through the eight-acre attraction that seems so ‘normal’ during the day. But after dark, all you can do is come prepared for anything – and then hope for the best. Learn more from the official website here.
What is the largest corn maze in North Carolina?
There is technically a tie for the largest corn maze in North Carolina. Both the Kersey Valley Maize Adventure (located in Advance) and the corn maze at Gross Farms (located in Sanford) are 10 acres of puzzling fun. Learn more, and find a link to the official website of each, in the article above.