Texas September 18, 2016
Get Lost In These 8 Awesome Corn Mazes In Texas This Fall
Although the temperatures in much of Texas may not reflect it, fall is definitely in the air. There are many age-old traditions for ringing in the season, and corn mazes are one of them. There’s nothing quite like finding your way out of the seemingly endless rows of stalks and enjoying a steaming mug of hot cocoa afterwards as the light, crisp breeze lets you know that summer is officially over. Luckily, we have plenty of corn mazes across the state to make fall a little more fun for the whole family. Here are 8 of the best ones.
1. At'l Do Farms Corn Maize (Lubbock)
This farm includes a hayride, two corn mazes, and more fun fall activities for the whole family. And just look at the amazing design the path creates! This was the 2010 maze - it changes every year. Who knows what it'll be this year? Guess you'll have to go to find out! The farm is open from Tuesday to Sunday, September 19 to November 14.
2. Rockin' K Maze (Robstown)
Rockin' K Maze is 6 acres of seemingly sky-high cornstalks that want to trap you within their confines and never let you go. If you can find your way out, you can enjoy the pumpkin patch, cow train, and other activities that the farm has to offer on weekends from September 19 to November 22.
3. South Texas Maize (Hondo)
This year, Hondo's 7-acre corn maize is dedicated to HEB and local farmers. You and the family can also enjoy hay rides, a Kiddie Korral, a goat walk, slides, pig races, and a cow train. The farm is open on weekends from September 19 to November 15.
4. Dewberry Farm (Brookshire)
Right outside of Houston, this humongous farm has over 35 attractions including an 8-acre pumpkin patch, an equally as large corn maze, an adorable village, and a train that takes kids on a tour of the entire grounds. It's open on weekends from September 24 to November 13.
5. P6 Farms (Montgomery)
This small-town Texas farm features pig and duck races, a water cannon, and this 8-acre corn maze that changes designs every year much like the previous ones. There's fun to be had for the entire family on weekends from September 26 to November 14.
6. Rocky Creek Maze (Moulton)
Isn't this design just adorable? Rural Texas truly is the best. The farm also features a pumpkin patch, hay rides, haunted trails, and other family activities. It's open on weekends from October 1 to November 20.
7. YesterLand Farm (Canton)
In the same town that hosts America's largest flea market, you'll find a farm that delivers a huge hit of nostalgia with its vintage roller coasters and generally old-fashioned atmosphere. It has an amusement park, petting zoo, and several haunted attractions in addition to the corn maze. The farm will be open on weekends from September 17 to November 13.
8. Hall's Pumpkin Farm (Grapevine)
Grapevine is such a quaint little town in every possible way, and this farm is no exception. Children love to run through the corn maze, explore the pumpkin patch, and go on hayrides. All of these activities can be enjoyed daily September 30 to October 31.
Have you ever been to any of these corn mazes in Texas? Which one is your favorite?