The 10 Best Corn Mazes in Virginia to Visit

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In our experience, a good head-scratcher of a Fall corn maze really makes it feel like Autumn (much like leaf-peeping, pumpkin patches, and apple picking).
Thankfully, there are an array of Virginia corn mazes to choose from spanning the entire state.

From kid-friendly story mazes (where little ones wander around looking for the next piece of the tale) to giant mazes that seem almost impossible to navigate, there’s a corn maze in Virginia to suit almost anyone. 

If you’re feeling bold and want to embrace the spooky spirit of the Halloween season, there are even some nighttime corn maze experiences worth exploring. 

Most of these corn mazes in VA also offer other fun things to do in Fall, such as hayrides, corn cribs, and even a spot of pumpkin chunkin’. You can also save a few pumpkins to take home for pie-making and jack o’ lantern-carving.

Read on for our in-depth guide to some fantastic corn mazes in VA, including options ranging from the Shenandoah Valley east to Fredericksburg, Richmond, and Virginia Beach,

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Best Corn Mazes in Virginia Guide

(Arranged geographically)

  1. Lloyd Family Farms (Rockville VA)
  2. Belvedere Plantation’s Fall Harvest Festival (Fredericksburg VA)
  3. Liberty Mills Farm (Somerset VA)
  4. Back Home on the Farm (Harrisonburg VA)
  5. Historic Crab Orchard Corn Maze (Tazewell VA)
  6. Yoder’s Farm (Rustburg VA)
  7. Blue Ridge Mountain Maze (Roseland VA)
  8. High Hill Farm (Winchester VA)
  9. Wayside Farm Fun (Berryville VA)
  10. Bergey’s Barnyard (Chesapeake VA)

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Corn Mazes in/near Richmond

Corn Maze Richmond - Lloyd Family Farms
Photo courtesy of Lloyd Family Farms

1. Lloyd Family Farms

12204 Pinhook Road, Rockville VA • 804-955-7840

Official Website

If getting lost in a corn maze is your idea of a good time, head over to Lloyd Family Farms for some festive Fall fun.

The festivities start on September 23, and the farm will be open every weekend through October 30.

Once you’ve found your way out of the corn maze, there are tons of other Autumn activities to enjoy.

There’s a pumpkin patch and hayrides, as well as yard games, a corn crib, and a straw castle with slides. There will also be food trucks on the property when you get hungry. 

On October 21 they’re hosting a Highland Games where you can watch “large men throw things!” They’ll be throwing massive cabers and heavy hammers, but you can have a go at some pumpkin chunkin’! 

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Corn Maze Northern VA - Belvedere Plantation
Photo courtesy of Belvedere Plantation

2. Belvedere Plantation’s Fall Harvest Festival

1410 Belvedere Dr, Fredericksburg VA • 540-373-4478

Official Website

At the Belvedere Plantation in Fredericksburg VA, Fall is celebrated in style, with dozens of things to do for all ages.

The Fall festivities at this corn maze in Northern Virginia begin on September 16 and go through November 4. 

Take a leisurely stroll through their Great Adventure Maize Maze, or race your friends to see who can make it out first!

Once you’re out, have a go on the pedal carts or the trike track, and whizz down Pumpkin Mountain and the racing slides.

There’s also a wagon ride down to the pumpkin patch, a barrel train, a corn crib, and a bunch of other stuff to climb and bounce on.

If you can stay until sunset, you might enjoy some fireworks while seated around the community campfire. 

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Corn Mazes in/Near Shenandoah Valley

Best Corn Mazes in VA - Liberty Mills Farm
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3. Liberty Mills Farm

9166 Liberty Mills Road, Somerset VA • 434-882-6293

Official Website

The folks down at Liberty Mills Farm do not mess around when it comes to corn mazes.

Sure, they have all of the other fun Fall stuff– pumpkin patches, hayrides, and a kids’ activity area– but it’s the corn mazes that steal the show.

From September 16 to November 11, you can attempt to navigate the largest corn maze in Virginia. It spans 34 acres, but it’s divided into four separate mazes that will suit all ages and abilities.

The Story Maze is great for kids, taking about 30 minutes to navigate the paths and find all of the story stations. The Trivia Maze takes about 45 minutes to an hour to complete, and offers a medium-level difficulty. 

Their longest maze is the Hole Punch Maze, which takes up to 3 hours to find all 21 stations and get your card punched.

Finally, there is the Mystery Maze, which has no maps or guides. You just have to find your own way out! 

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Fall corn mazes in Virginia
Photo courtesy of Back Home on the Farm

4. Back Home on the Farm

2915 Willow Run Rd, Harrisonburg VA • 540-442-6493

Official Website

If you’re a country music fan, check out the Reba McEntire-themed corn maze at Back Home on the Farm.

In 2023, their 5-acre corn maze honors the beloved country singer (and new coach on The Voice). 

Their maze is open from September 1 to October 31, and the pumpkin patch opens on September 15.

There are over 40 other activities and Fall attractions to explore, as well as lots of good Harrisonburg food to eat. 

There’s pumpkin decorating, face painting, pumpkin racers, corn hole with pumpkins, a cow train, mini golf, rubber duck races, and live entertainment.

On chilly nights, they’ll also stoke up a big communal bonfire for everyone to gather around.

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Southwest Virginia Corn Maze

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5. Historic Crab Orchard Corn Maze

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The theme for this year’s Crab Orchard Corn Maze is “Feet You Might Meet: Animals of Southwest Virginia.”

You can tackle this Tazewell VA corn maze from September 15 to October 29, 2023, wandering your way around a maze made up of a deer, a bobcat, and a bear.

Though it’s a bit of a head-scratcher of a maze, you’ll eventually make it out and be rewarded with a bunch of other Fall activities to enjoy. 

Hop on their hay wagon, head over to their epic pumpkin patch, play in the corn crib, and try your hand at some good old-fashioned pumpkin chunkin’!

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Corn Maze in/Near Charlottesville

Corn Maze Charlottesville VA - Yoders' Farm
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6. Yoders’ Farm

1134 Browns Mill Rd, Rustburg VA • 434-401-4864

Official Website

At this Charlottesville corn maze, all the fun Fall festivities begin on September 23 and go through November 4.

Their corn maze is a major annual attraction, as is their pumpkin patch, which has a vast variety of pumpkins and gourds to choose from. 

The huge corn maze at Yoders’ is not for the faint-hearted, but it’s a fun family-friendly challenge.

You’ll be given a map and encouraged to track your progress so that you can possibly add yourself to their leaderboard! 

Once you’ve made it out, jump on the hay wagon and head to the pumpkin patch, where you’ll find you-pick pumpkins. Or you can choose from the piles that have already been picked for you. 

READ MORE: The 15 Best Pumpkin Patches in VA to Visit

Blue Ridge Corn Maze
Photo courtesy of Blue Ridge Mountain Maze

7. Blue Ridge Mountain Maze

462 Winery Ln, Roseland VA • 434-242-8247

Official Website

Opening on September 23, the Blue Ridge Mountain Maze is widely considered one of the best corn mazes in VA.

Their 2023 maze design has a bear theme, and even offers a nighttime experience bring your flashlight!).

Once you’ve scrambled your way out of the 5-acre maze, there’s tons of other fun stuff to do at this Blue Ridge corn maze. 

There’s an apple sling shot and corn cannons, as well as giant slides and lots of pumpkins to choose from.

If you get hungry, try some of their hot cider, kettle corn, apple cider doughnuts, or freshly made ice cream. They also have Blue Toad Hard cider for the grown-ups.

Keep an eye on their official website for the dates and times of their Movies in the Meadow series.

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Corn Mazes in/Near Winchester

local corn mazes in VA

8. High Hill Farm

933 Barley Ln, Winchester VA • 540-667-7377

Official Website

The pumpkin patch and corn maze at High Hill Farm are open from September 24 through to November 1, with nighttime events happening every Friday and Saturday night from September 30 to Halloween.

Their Happy Harvest Corn Maze is said to be one of the largest in the area, with over 3 miles of trails tangled within an 8-acre corn field.

There are six checkpoints to try to find within the maze that will help visitors gauge their progress.

If you enjoy scary experiences, this maze is also available after dark on nights when the High Hill Haunted House is open. Just remember to bring a flashlight!

For more family-friendly nighttime fun on the farm, take a moonlit hayride down to the pumpkin patch. The same hayride is also available during daytime hours, if “creepy” isn’t your speed…

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Wayside Farm Fun Corn Maze
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9. Wayside Farm Fun

5273 Harry Byrd Highway, Berryville VA • 540-539-3276

Official Website

Calling all Star Wars fans: This year’s Wayside Farm corn maze in Berryville VA is Yoda-themed!

In 2023, this Fall fun-filled farm opens on September 23 and runs through the last weekend of October. 

Their 10-acre corn maze is certainly a challenge, but it’s good family fun. You’ll be pleased to have a ton of other fun things to do here once you escape!

There’s a pumpkin playhouse, farm slides, playgrounds, a jumping pillow, duck races, and a huge hay mountain. You can even try your hand at some pumpkin smashing!

They also offer a hayride down to the pumpkin patch, where you can choose the perfect pumpkin to take home. 

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Corn Mazes in/Near Virginia Beach

corn mazes Virginia Beach
Photo courtesy of Bergeys Barnyard

10. Bergey’s Barnyard

​​2207 Mt Pleasant Rd, Chesapeake VA • 757-403-0291

Official Website

Bergey’s Barnyard offers Fall fun on the farm from September 16 through October 28. 

This is a fantastic place to go with the family if you’re looking to explore a corn maze in Virginia Beach.

The 2023 theme for this 5-acre corn maze is “Mama Goat & Her Kids.” Once you’ve conquered the maze, head over to Bergey’s Bread Basket and sample some of their tasty treats.

Some of our favorites include the cinnamon rolls, freshly baked bread, and double-crust apple pies. 

Before you head home, check out their pumpkin patch, and make time to visit their fields of sunflowers for some fun Fall photo ops. -by Emma Gallagher


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Born in Britain, writer/photographer Emma Gallagher lives in the Blue Ridge Mountains of NC on a permaculture homestead with her husband, Jonathon. While traveling the world for 13 years, she fell in love with the natural beauty of the Blue Ridge region when she lived at an artist retreat in Burnsville NC before moving to Brevard. Today Emma lives near Stone Mountain State Park and Doughton Park volunteers at the Surry County Fiddlers Convention, and cares for the gardens at the Reeves Downtown School of Music in Elkin. She's also a volunteer for the Elkin Valley Trails Association, which maintains segment 6 of the Mountains-to-Sea Trail.