From fall fun for the whole family, to spooky corn mazes that come alive at night, there’s no denying that visiting a corn maze has become an institutional part of fall. Expect pumpkin patches, tricks and treats, as well as acres of winding corn to explore and navigate. Keep on scrolling for some epic fall-spiration, as we round-up seven of the best corn mazes near Atlanta.
The biggest corn maze on this list, Uncle Shuck’s Corn Maze annually grows an epic 15-acre labyrinth made out of those big lumps with knobs. And this hotspot has the juice! Each year is a different theme, with this year’s maze honoring our Peach State. The farm also offers a perfect pumpkin patch, bonfires, and even a creepy haunted trail on Friday and Saturday nights in October.
2. Jaemor Farms
Famous for their apple and peach u-pick experiences, Jaemor Farm provides a plethora of offerings throughout the year, but fall is definitely our favorite time to visit. Their annual corn maze is one of the many things to do on the farm. So get completely lost before enjoying hay rides, a petting zoo, and more!
Another awesome contender if you’re searching for a corn maze this spooky season is Buford Corn Maze. Head on over this fall to get lost in their awesome corn maze, or enter the Haunted Forest at night on the weekends for something a little sinister, in the best possible way!
4. Cagle’s Farm
Show your Atlanta Braves pride by heading to Cagle’s Farm this fall, as their awesome corn maze is dedicated to A-Town’s baseball champions. Pick up a pumpkin or two if you’re there, too!
5. Mitcham Farm
Colonel Cob’s Corn Maze at Mitcham Farm is guaranteed to put you in the mood for all things fall. This giant corn maze is an impressive 7-acres large, with twisting pathways, towering corn, and activities to complete throughout. If you’re brave enough, you can take on the maze at night on Friday and Saturday nights! There’s also other day-time activities at the farm like hayrides, a barnyard, farm market, and pumpkin patch!
6. Sleepy Hollow Farm
Sleepy Hollow Farm has some unmissable things to do in the fall. From their corn maze to pumpkin patch, fun hayrides to adorable animals, it’s the ultimate fall experience. Fans of Stranger Things might be interested to know that it’s one of the many filming locations used in Netflix’s smash 1980’s sci-fi drama.
Where: Powder Springs
7. Southern Belle Farm
This year’s charming corn maze at Southern Belle Farm honors Georgia Bulldogs, with a unique theme dedicated to the football in Georgia. This beloved attraction is renowned across A-Town for their u-pick experience so you know there’s going to be a fantastic pumpkin patch and other fall offerings. You have to get a treat from their shop before you leave.
8. Lane Southern Orchards
A 6-acre corn maze takes over this beloved orchard during the fall months. The farm has been growing peaches and pecans for over 1o0 years. Make sure to stop off at The PeachTree Café.
Where: Fort Valley
9. Copper Creek Farm
Head further out of the city to Calhoun for Copper Creek Farm’s corn maze and fall offerings. From ziplining to gem mining, a honey bee barn to a monster pumpkin cannon. There’s so much on offer at Copper Creek Farm this time of year, with their Haunted Maze being a great option for honoring Halloween.
10. Callaway Gardens
Another one a little further out of the city, but well worth the journey due to their enchanting pumpkin celebration. As well as their awesome corn maze, luminous pumpkins and installations will take over the resort and grounds, making it a must if you’re searching for a family fall staycation in Georgia.
Where: Pine Mountain