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Fall fun in Texas means visiting a farm and getting lost in a corn maze. Made from a field of corn, these nine corn mazes in the Lone Star State have incredible designs that are sure to be a fun yet challenging experience this autumn season.
YesterLand has a three-acre corn maze perfect to explore on a fall weekend. If you’re looking for a scare however, head to the YesterLand Farm at night for the Creepy Corn Maze. Opened on weekends during the fall months, YesterLand has actually much more than just a corn maze. With a petting zoo, amusement park and pumpkin patch, YesterLand Farm has become a top destination for Texas families during the autumn season.
Rocky Creek Maze is located on Chaloupka Farm in Moulton, Texas. This incredible corn maze spans eight acres and has two different paths to explore. There are even mini mazes aimed for younger children too. After enjoying the mazes, don’t miss out on the other attractions also offered here. Hope on a hayride, go on the 15-foot hay slide or watch the duck races. Complete with a souvenir shop and food concessions, Rocky Creek Maze and the Chaloupka Farm is a great way to spend an entire day having fall family fun.
South Texas Maize, located in Hondo, is found on Graff 7A Ranch. This maze spans seven acres and typically takes an hour to complete. Access to this dizzying maze isn’t the only thing that’s included in admission. While on the farm, take a hayride, watch a pig race or find the perfect pumpkin in the pumpkin patch. South Texas Maize is open on weekends throughout the fall season. With affordable prices, it’s a great spot to bring the whole family.
For Texans located near Austin, Barton Hill Farms is the place to visit for corn maze fun. This farm creates a unique corn maze from a five-acre cornfield. Expect to get lost in this corn maze, which typically takes 45 minutes to escape. There is even a kid’s maze on the farm too. Head to Barton Hill Farms during the weekend this fall season. Catch some live music or visit the petting zoo. This central Texas corn maze is a great spot to embrace the cool fall weather.
Dewberry Farm boasts a large eight-acre corn maze with a unique theme that changes every year. As entertaining as Dewberry’s corn maze is, there are over 50 other attractions to enjoy on this farm too. Indulge in one of the 10 different eateries, explore the village, find a pumpkin in the acres of pumpkin patches or take the train around the farm. Kids will love the zip line, pony rides and plenty of other farm and fall fun activities found at Dewberry Farm in Brookshire.
Head to P-6 Farms in Montgomery any weekend during the fall season for tons of festive activities. This affordable farm offers a variety of fun fall activities for all ages. The eight-acre corn maze has been drawing Texans to P-6 Farms for years. Like many of the other corn mazes on this list, this farm’s corn maze changes design every year. So you never know what theme or design you will get lost in this fall. Don’t miss out on the other fun festivities also offered at P-6 Farms, such as the duck and pig races, haunted attractions and a pumpkin patch. You can even visit P-6 Farms throughout the year for U-pick fruits and vegetables.
At’l Do Farms is one of the only farms on this list that is open during the week (except Mondays) and the weekend too. For families looking for fall fun in the Panhandle of the Lone Star State, At’l Do Farms is the spot to visit during the autumn season. There’s even a corn maze trail here just for younger kids. Hop on the hayride or ride horses at this farm in Lubbock, Texas to really get into the fall spirit.
Rockin’ K Maze is located in Robstown, near Corpus Christi, and is home to a six-acre corn maze. Getting lost in Rockin’ K Maze’s high cornstalks is a great way to spend a weekend during fall. This corn maze is a bit challenging for younger kids, therefore there is a special trail for younger guests, referred to as the Fairy Tale Trail. Therefore children of all ages can enjoy Rockin’ K Maze. From corn mazes to hay rides to a pumpkin patch, there is always fun to be had at Rockin’ K Maze.
True Texans will want to get lost in this Texas-shaped corn maze found at Sweet Berry Farm in Marble Falls. There is a map to this complex maze, so expect a challenging yet fun time figuring your way out of this maze at Sweet Berry Farm. This four-acre maze is a popular destination for Hill Country families. However also enjoy other activities at Sweet Berry Farm too, such as hayrides, a pumpkin patch, face painting and a small petting zoo.