The 15 Best Corn Mazes in Georgia (Haunted Mazes, Kids Mazes & More)

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As the temperatures cool and the colors of autumn begin to emerge in the Blue Ridge Mountains, you may find yourself longing to explore the myriad fall festivities in Georgia

The season brings with it all sorts of fun activities, from apple picking and choosing the perfect pumpkin to fairs, festivals, haunted houses, and more. 

One of the fastest growing aspects of the “Georgia grown” agritourism sector is corn mazes, with an increasing number of Georgia farmers adding such attractions.

There are dozens of corn mazes in Georgia to explore, offering visitors a chance to support small family-owned farms, shop for fresh produce and other goods, and see the gorgeous fall colors.

Whether you’re looking for a spooky haunted corn maze or gentle fall mazes for kids, read on for our guide to the 15 best corn mazes in GA, including options around metro Atlanta and the North Georgia mountains

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Corn Mazes in Georgia Guide

  1. Sleepy Hollow Farm (Powder Springs)
  2. Uncle Shuck’s Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch (Dawsonville)
  3. B.J. Reece Orchards (Ellijay)
  4. Buford Corn Maze (Buford)
  5. Scottsdale Farms (Milton)
  6. Pettit Creek Farms (Cartersville)
  7. Washington Farms (Bogart)
  8. Jaemor Farms (Alto)
  9. Hillside Orchard Farms (Lakemont)
  10. Warbington Farms (Cumming)
  11. Yahoo Farms (Jasper)
  12. Copper Creek Farm (Calhoun)
  13. Randy’s Pumpkin Patch (Lawrenceville)
  14. Ole McDermitt’s Farm (Carrollton)
  15. Southern Belle Farm (McDonough)

READ MORE: The 15 Best Fall Fairs in Georgia to Visit

Sleepy Hollow Corn Maze in Georgia
Sleepy Hollow Corn Maze, photo courtesy Sleepy Hollow Farm 

1. Sleepy Hollow Farm

628 Sleepy Hollow Road, Powder Springs GA • 770-880-8846

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Sleepy Hollow Farm in Powder Springs GA offers a ton of fall activities for its visitors, from the corn maze and pumpkin patches to tractor rides, fun family photos, and play areas for children.

This Georgia farm famously served as a filming site for the hit Netflix series Stranger Things, with “Hopper’s Cabin” located in the forest on the property.

They lean into their history with the show by offering a non-spooky Escape Woods Adventure escape room in the cabin, as well as several scary escape rooms.

Visitors to the corn maze can book these challenging adventures separately if they’re looking for a spooky adrenaline rush during the Halloween season.

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Dawsonville corn maze - Uncle Shuck's corn maze 20 years in Georgia overhead view
Uncle Shuck’s 20 Year Celebration Corn Maze, photo via Uncle Shuck’s

2. Uncle Shuck’s Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch

125 Bannister Road, Dawsonville GA • 770-772-6223

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With 20 years of business under their belt, Uncle Shuck’s Farm is home to the oldest operating corn maze in Georgia.

Offering 6 miles of trails to explore, this 15-acre Dawsonville corn maze provides guests a new experience each time with their innovative annual designs. 

A nighttime haunted maze is available for older guests, but there’s also a “Kiddy Maze,” which is recommended for children who aren’t quite ready for mile-long corn maze adventures.

Along with their various North Georgia corn maze attractions, Uncle Shucks also offers festival style food, pre-picked pumpkins, photo opportunities, and other activities that make for a perfect autumn day. 

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BJ Reece Orchard Corn Maze in Georgia
B.J. Reece Corn Maze, photo courtesy of B.J. Reece Orchards

3. B.J. Reece Orchards

9131 Highway 52 East, Ellijay GA • 706-276-3048

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One of the best Apple Orchards in Ellijay GA, B.J. Reece Orchards is open from July to December, with their “U-Pick” season being one of the biggest events of the year.

Tickets provide visitors with access to their corn maze, apple picking, petting zoos, and hayrides. 

Their 2-acre Georgia corn maze is recommended for groups of families and friends as a slightly challenging bonding experience.

Guests are welcome to bring leashed dogs, both to the farm and on wagon rides through the orchards.

Be sure to stop by the orchard’s bakery, which is famous for its scrumptious apple cider donuts and fried pies! 

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Entrance to the annual buford corn maze in buford, georgia
Buford Corn Maze Entrance, photo courtesy Buford Corn Maze

4. Buford Corn Maze

4470 Bennett Road, Buford GA

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Located on the 32-acre Winnie Roberts Tutton Farm (a historic site dating back to the early 1800s), the 5-acre Buford Corn Maze is a popular destination for families. 

For guests seeking a scary Halloween experience, the Buford Corn Maze offers a haunted maze at Camp Wyndego. It’s  filled with winding trails, creepy dilapidated structures, and spooky zombies and witches. 

The Buford Corn Maze also offers a “corn box” play area for younger kids, which is a wooden container filled with corn kernels instead of sand.

After you’ve escaped from the corn maze, you can also visit the Barnyard Grill for tasty food options, pick a Jack o’ Lantern from the pumpkin patch, or ride the “Hey Hey Hayride,” which circles the corn maze.

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Corn Maze sign in front of a fall corn maze
Corn Maze by ziss via

5. Scottsdale Farms

15639 Birmingham Highway, Milton GA • 770-777-5875 

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The Scottsdale Farms corn maze in Milton GA is open for all ages Fridays through Sundays during their annual “Fall on the Farm” events.

Along with the corn maze, guests can stroll through the massive array of pumpkins available for purchase, go on hayrides, play lawn games, or take family photos in the sunflower fields. 

Scottsdale Farms is a family-owned company started by Luca Gianturco as a way to earn money for college tuition payments, and his Christmas tree service took off from there. 

The farm’s business ventures cover an array of services, from the corn maze to a restaurant and landscaping. 

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Annual pumpkin fest with a corn maze at Pettit Creek farms georgia
Pumpkin Fest at Pettit Creek Farms, photo via Pettit Creek Farms.

6. Pettit Creek Farms

337 Cassville Road, Cartersville GA • 770-386-8688

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Pettit Creek Farms offers a month’s worth of fall activities during their annual Pumpkin Fest celebration.

The fall festival goes from the last weekend in September through the end of October, and includes a corn maze, hayride, petting zoo, scarecrow building, and lots of family-friendly games.

One thing that makes Pettit Creek Farms unique is the fact that they have 80+ acres of land dedicated to exotic animals.

The farm includes a safari-style drive, where customers can feed and observe these animals from their cars.

This is one of the only places in the foothills of the North Georgia mountains where you can see camels, giraffes, llamas, lemurs, and more! 

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Washington Farms Corn Maze in Georgia
Washington Farms, photo via Facebook

7. Washington Farms

5691 Hog Mountain Road, Bogart GA • 706-769-0627

 Official Website

One of Washington Farms’ most fall activities, this GA corn maze offers 6.5 acres worth of trails, with clues along the way to help guests escape faster.

These riddles offer an interesting twist to the traditional corn maze concept, as it becomes an interactive adventure rather than simply a directional challenge.

Guests can also explore their sunflower and zinnia fields, pumpkin patches, petting zoo, ropes course, giant swing, and many other unique attractions on the property.

It is recommended that visitors buy their tickets ahead of time in order to guarantee a fun day at the farm.

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Jaemor Farms corn maze- GA Corn Maze
Jaemor Farm Corn Maze via Facebook

8. Jaemor Farms

5340 Cornelia Hwy/Highway 365, Alto GA • 770-869-3999

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Located in Alto GA, just 3 miles from the Schoolbus Graveyard, Jaemor Farms has been family-owned since opening in 1912 (when it was called Echols Orchard).

For 16+ years, the 6-acre wide Jaemor Farms corn maze has been home to an annual Harvest Celebration, which also features a petting zoo, apple cannons, and tricycle races. 

Their 2022 corn maze was designed by current owner Drew Echols, a notable recipient of the 2014 Young Farmer of The Year Award from the Georgia Farm Bureau. 

During the Harvest Celebration, Jaemor Farms offers tours for school clubs and organizations. They also have a market full of sustainably grown Georgia peaches, strawberries, and various types of jellies, jams, and homemade pies.

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Hillside Orchard Farms Train
The Hillside Orchard Farms Train

9. Hillside Orchard Farms

18 Sorghum Mill Drive, Lakemont GA • 706-782-2776

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Located in the self-proclaimed farm-to-table capital of Georgia, Hillside Orchard Farms has been a family-owned farm for three generations.

Currently owned by Robert Sr. & Patsy Mitcham, the Lakemont GA farm offers gem mining, apple-picking, a playground, and lots of other options for family-friendly fun.

The Hillside corn maze opens up for the fall season in the month of September, with a train and hayride running all day on routes around the property. The maze includes a game that teaches visitors about activities and items on the farm.

Other autumn activities for visitors of all ages include Grandpa’s Barnyard petting zoo and the Sorghum Mill Cafe, which is full of homestyle baked treats. 

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Sign at Warbington Farms in Georgia for fall fun and hayrides
Warbington Farm via GFB Certified Farm Markets

10. Warbington Farms

5555 Crow Road, Cumming GA • 770-889-1515

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Warbington Farms’ corn maze in Cumming GA is open for its fall season from September 20th to November 5th.

Beloved for its “u-pick” strawberry patches in summer, the farm also features a Fall corn maze, a produce market, and interactive harvesting experiences. 

Although this Cumming corn maze is not a haunted attraction, visitors can attempt to the maze at night (on Fridays and Saturdays only) with flashlights or glow sticks for an extra challenge.

If you and your group aren’t interested in trying the maze in near-total darkness, it’s open to visitors during daylight hours from Tuesday to Saturday, and on select Sundays.

The Warbington Fun Park also features a barnyard, a kid-friendly corn crib, playground equipment, and a Farm Store selling local honey and cider, fresh beef and pork, jams, jellies, and more! 

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Pumpkin farm and fall activites near Yahoo Farms corn maze in GA
Pumpkin Farm at Yahoo Farms, photo via Facebook

11. Yahoo Farms

4729 Waleska Highway 108, Jasper GA • 770-735-3638

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If you’re searching for a spooky corn maze in North Georgia, Yahoo Farms’ Cosmic Corn Maze makes the perfect place for autumn day trip from Atlanta.

Located in Jasper GA (where Mt Oglethorpe marks the beginning of Georgia’s Blue Ridge Mountains), this farm has over 20 years of experience in agriculture and agritourism.

On Saturday nights in Fall, guests to the Yahoo Corn Maze are supplied with a flashlight to help them find their way out under the cover of darkness. You can also check out their Haunted Hay Ride for more spooky fun.

During these nighttime hours, the farm hosts a traditional marshmallow and weenie roast. But their corn maze is just as popular during daytime hours, which are 10AM-6PM daily from September 18 to October 31.

They also offer daytime Yahoo Hayrides, Pumpkin Wagon rides for kids, and a free Pumpkin Hunt for kids under the age of 8 every Sunday at 2PM.  

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Entrance to Copper Creek Farm and nighttime corn mazes
Entrance to Copper Creek Farm, photo via facebook

12. Copper Creek Farm

1514 Reeves Station Road, Calhoun GA • 706-280-5592

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Located just 2.9 miles from the Calhoun Rock Garden, Copper Creek Farm offers awesome autumn adventures that are targeted towards fear fans, with several haunted corn maze routes and scary hayrides.

One of several nighttime corn mazes on our list, Copper Creek offers a “flashlight maze,” where visitors have to find their way out of the scary corn maze with the added challenge of darkness. 

If your group has younger visitors, there’s also a Kiddie Corn Maze available for those who aren’t quite ready to take on the bigger, scarier maze.

General admission tickets to the farm gives you plenty of other adventures to explore, including opportunities to milk cows, shoot pumpkin cannons, take wagon hayrides, and rope cattle like a true cowboy.

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corn mazes and pumpkin patches - entrance at Randy's pumpkin patch fall fun farm
Randy’s Pumpkin Patch Corn Maze Entrance, photo via Facebook

13. Randy’s Pumpkin Patch

1460 Lawrenceville Hwy, Lawrenceville GA • 404-216-4512

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The family-friendly corn maze at Randy’s Pumpkin Patch has a unique twist– it’s made out of inflatables!

This corn maze is highly recommended for younger children, with homeschool and school field trips encouraged.

With over two acres of land set up for fall festivities, visiting Randy’s as the air starts to chill has become an annual holiday tradition for many families in the Gwinnett County area. 

In addition to the Lawrenceville corn maze, Randy’s offers kid-friendly attractions such as horse rides, obstacle courses, mini trains, and picking pumpkins for carving Jack o’ Lanterns. 

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Family fun on a slide at Ole McDermitt's Farm and haunted corn maze
Slide at Ole McDermitt’s, photo via Ole McDermitt’s Farm

14. Ole McDermitt’s Farm

102 Baxter Rd, Carrollton GA • 678-850-8948

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The 2022 pumpkin season at Ole McDermitt’s Farm has officially started, and it lasts through the month of October.

Designed by “Farmer Kenny,” their Carrolton corn maze is back for the farm’s 10-year anniversary.

For one night only, the farm opens a special Halloween corn maze lit only by glo-sticks, with live actors creating a spooky experience to raise funds for adoption charities.

Pumpkin Season at Ole McDermitt’s Farm also includes family-friendly hayrides, a petting zoo, duck races, gem mining, and plenty of photo opportunities.

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Pumpkins in. atruck at Southern Belle Farm near Atlanta, GA for the arrival of the fall season.
Fall arrives at the farm, photo via Southern Belle Farm

15. Southern Belle Farm

1658 Turner Church Rd, McDonough GA • 770-288-2582

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Southern Belle Farm offers guests an old-fashioned Fall experience, with a farmer’s market, a 4-acre corn maze, and more than 20 different seasonal activities. 

Highly rated for its annual designs, their McDonough corn maze is unique in that visitors have to answer questions in order to find their way out, making it more than a mere directional challenge. 

Along with the corn maze, Southern Belle Farms offers several scenic setups for precious family photos, as well as pumpkin patches, a corn cannon, pig races, and a cow train.

Plan a visit to the farm market after you’ve escaped the corn maze to shop for locally made honey, jams, preserves, ciders, homemade ice cream, and delicious apple cider donuts! by Kait Miller; lead image via Canva


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