We Dare You To Enter The Most Haunted Corn Maze In Texas This Halloween

Corn mazes are a quintessential autumn activity, and Rocky Creek Maze in small-town Texas has one with a terrifying twist. The Haunted Trail is a corn maze that only operates after dark, and unspeakable horrors lurk amid the towering stalks. Are you brave enough to try and make it to the exit at this haunted corn maze in Texas?

Please note: the Haunted Trail isn’t recommended for children under 10. Visit the Rocky Creek Maze website to learn more and/or purchase tickets.

Have you ever dared enter the Haunted Trail at Rocky Creek Maze, the creepiest haunted corn maze in Texas? If so, we’d love to hear all the horrifying details of your experience. Tell us in the comments section below, then head over to this roundup of tamer, non-haunted corn mazes in Texas so you can get your fix –minus the frights! — this fall season.

Address: Rocky Creek Maze, 784 Co Rd 251, Moulton, TX 77975, USA

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August 30, 2022

Are there any non-haunted corn mazes in Texas?

Absolutely there are! We get it — not everyone wants to be stuck in a never-ending straw maze filled with spooks. One corn maze in Texas you might want to check out isĀ At’l Do Farms Corn Maize, 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 September through November. Rockin’ K Maze is another fan favorite; it’s six 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 through November.

What’s the best fall festival in Texas?

Autumn at the Arboretum is everything you’d expect from a fall festival in Texas… and more. Each fall, the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden is transformed into a fall fantasy, filled with 90,000 pumpkins, gourds, and squash from the Lone Star State’s pumpkin capital, Floydada. This year’s event promises to be bigger and better than ever, with a new pumpkin village and “Bugtopia”– a giant display with larger-than-life insect topiaries, bugged-out pumpkin houses, and an epic maze for younger visitors to enjoy. It definitely lives up to the “bigger in Texas” claim we have here in the Lone Star State!

Address: Rocky Creek Maze, 784 Co Rd 251, Moulton, TX 77975, USA

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