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12 Unbelievable Florida Corn Mazes You Need To Visit This Fall

There are a few seasonal traditions that come to mind when you think of fall. Apple picking, pumpkin patches, watching the leaves change, and exploring your local corn maze! Floridians aren’t always fortunate enough to get four seasons in a year, but while there might not be a White Christmas headed your way anytime soon, one thing you don’t have to miss out on is the fun of exploring a corn maze!

*Weather conditions can affect the dates any of these locations are open. Be sure to check with each establishment yourself to make sure they aren’t subjected to flooding or any other hiccups in the season.

Coon Hollo Corn Maze, Micanopy Coon Hollo
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Coon Hollo Corn Maze, Micanopy

Popular all year long for its various you-pick veggies, fruit, and flowers, the Coon Hollo Corn Maze is a beloved tradition for many North Florida locals. It’s free for children under three years old! You can take a hayride to feed the cows, ride a pony, play mini golf, do a scavenger hunt or even pick your own sunflowers.

Smith Family Ranch CornFusion Corn Maze, Lakeland Smith Family Ranch CornFusion
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Smith Family Ranch CornFusion Corn Maze, Lakeland

If you’re looking for a fall fun adrenaline-filled experience, the Smith Family Ranch offers an eight-acre corn maze. There are more than 20 acres worth of activities, including a pumpkin patch, at this fun location.

Fox Squirrel Corn Maze, Plant City Fox Squirrel Corn Maze
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Fox Squirrel Corn Maze, Plant City

You know it’s harvest season in Tampa when everyone heads to the Fox Squirrel corn maze for a day of fun! During weekends in October, this working farm is loaded with vendors, food, arts and crafts, and more. They have all the traditional fixings of a fun day on the farm. The family-owned and operated farm goes back five generations.

The Great Scott Farms Corn Maze Adventures, Mount Dora Scott's Maze Adventures
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The Great Scott Farms Corn Maze Adventures, Mount Dora

Great Scott Farms is a family-owned and operated farm that dates back generations. While you enjoy getting lost in the fields, you can visit their County Market and Cafe and pick up some locally grown produce. The corn maze is an expansive 6.5-acre field ready to be explored. The design and theme of the maze change each year, and it has become a beloved local tradition in the area during fall weekends. It opens the last weekend in September and lasts through the beginning of December.

Newberry Corn Maze, Gainesville Newberry Cornfield Maze
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Newberry Corn Maze, Gainesville

Looking for a bit of fright during your walk through the maze? The Newberry Corn Maze in Gainesville has just what you’re looking for. A playful maze during the day and a walk of terror at night, you never know who is lurking within the maze! There are also a few terrifying haunted houses for you to creep through once you’ve braved the maze.

Conner's A-Maize-Ing Acres, Hilliard Conner's A-maize-ing Acres
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Conner's A-Maize-Ing Acres, Hilliard

Conner’s A-Maize-Ing Acres is a 125-acre working family farm in Hilliard. It’s open for the public on October Fall Farm Days, where you can meet sweet farm animals, enjoy wagon rides and explore the corn maze. In previous years they’ve had various events, including the Haunted Trail, Nighttime Wagon Rides, Farm Heritage Day, and more! The Haunted Trail is suitable for children if they’re over ten years old and are not faint-hearted.

Sweet Season Farms, Milton Sweet Season Farms LLC
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Sweet Season Farms, Milton

A delightful corn maze for adults and children alike, Sweet Season Farms has everything you want from a seasonal corn maze. What sets this maze apart is the interactive element of the maze. Get a passport and answer trivia questions for hints through the maze. Scan QR codes from your smartphone for more helpful tips throughout the maze itself. Or, you can always pick up a good old-fashioned map.

The Partin Ranch Corn Maze, Kenansville Partin Ranch Corn Maze
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The Partin Ranch Corn Maze, Kenansville

Spend your day checking off all the must-do fall activities in one place at Partin Ranch Corn Maze in Kenansville. Enjoy train rides, find the perfect pumpkin in the pumpkin patch, go on hayrides, and more fall festivities. There’s a fun mini-maze for children and a more advanced 5-acre puzzle maze for those ready for a challenge.

Sykes and Cooper Farms, Elkton Sykes Family Farm
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Sykes and Cooper Farms, Elkton

With over 50 years of farming experience, Sykes and Cooper Farms know a thing or two about corn farming (among other things). They are at the forefront of the “Agritainment” business and have got a few tricks up their sleeves. With a maze full of surprising twists and turns and furry friends with famous personalities, it’s certain to be a good time. Admission is free for children two and under, and tickets include access to a number of other farm attractions, including a cow milking station, farm animals, hayrides, and more. It’s truly a must-visit maze in the area.

Amazing Grace Crop Maze, Green Cove Springs Amazing Grace Family Farms
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Amazing Grace Crop Maze, Green Cove Springs

Open for the month of October, through the first week of November, the Amazing Grace Crop Maze has been doing its thing since 2013. Newer than other generations-old farms on this list, it has plenty to offer for seasonal fun. Face painting, live music, games, amazing snacks, a challenging trek through the corn maze, and so much more. You can even take a flashlight tour through the maze if you are really looking for a challenge.

Aunt Louise's Farm, Waukeenah Aunt Louise's Farm
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Aunt Louise's Farm, Waukeenah

Make friends with Aunt Louise’s Farm’s furry residents, including sheep, ducks, chickens, pigs, and cows. Take photos in their out-of-the-ordinary Halloween-themed scenery, and explore the expansive corn maze. The snacks and homemade goodies are worth the trip alone. It’s a fond tradition for locals in the Tallahassee/Monticello/Waukeenah area. They open the farm to the public for six weeks in the fall, and that includes access to the three-acre corn maze.

Harvestmoon Farm, Masaryktown Harvestmoon Fun Farm
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Harvestmoon Farm, Masaryktown

With a flashlight maze, a traditional corn maze, a petting farm, and a trampoline-like activity, you and your loved ones will be filled with the harvest-time spirit! Harvestmoon Farm has taken a stance against bullying, making Spookley the Square Pumpkin the official spokesperson for Bullying Prevention Month. Visit their website for more information! The 5-acre corn maze has a new design every year, and one year they even managed to fit three mazes into one. There are also plenty of yard games and train rides to go around.

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