Texas September 14, 2019
South Texas Maize Is The Longest Corn Maze In Texas And Takes An Hour To Complete
We told y’all about the
largest corn maze in Texas last year, but what about the longest? South Texas Maize at Graff 7A Ranch in Hondo takes nearly an hour to complete, providing an interactive adventure that keeps young and old alike captivated by every twist and turn.
Each year, the ranch unveils a different design for its corn maze. What never changes is the length: clocking in at seven acres, it's by far one of the largest in Texas.
The maze is split in half, each section taking about 30 minutes to complete. This totals a whole hour of navigating the 12-foot high corn stalks!
Questions placed at strategic points throughout the twists and turns allow participants to essentially choose their own adventure. Answering correctly gets you one step closer to the exit, while wrong responses lead only towards dead ends.
After completing the maze, commemorate your experience at one of several family photo-ops. Which of these adorable farm animals would you choose?
A giant pumpkin patch boasts every shape, size, and color of the iconic autumn symbol imaginable. Grab a wagon and select a few to cook with, carve, and use as home decor.
Other activities include slides, a hayride, miniature train, hay bale jump, and so much more. Everything is included with the price of admission ($17.50 for everyone ages three to 64).
Address: 911 US-90, Hondo, TX 78861. Hours will be 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday, and 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday from September 21 through November 30.
Visit the ranch’s
website or Facebook page to learn more.
Have you ever braved South Texas Maize? If so, how long did it take you to get out? Let us know all about the experience! Check out our previous article for more corn mazes to check out this fall:
Get Lost In These 8 Awesome Corn Mazes In Texas This Fall.