Texas Corn Mazes Everyone Will Love
Corn mazes are giant puzzles cut out of a corn field and to escape you have to discover a way to get to the other side. To make things more challenging, there are twists, turns, and a couple of misleading dead ends. Sounds like fun doesn’t it? If you’re looking for more than pumpkin spice everything and cozy sweaters this fall, why not try a Texas corn maze? Here are some of the best corn mazes in Texas that are guaranteed to blow your mind.
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11 Best Corn Mazes in Texas
Keep in mind, the pandemic can affect the state’s health requirements for many corn mazes, haunted houses, pumpkin patches and farms. So ALWAYS check a corn maze’s website or Facebook page, or call them before planning a visit.
1. Sweet Eats Pitch Black Flashlight Corn Maze, Georgetown
If you thought getting through a corn maze was tough during the day, try finding your way out when it’s pitch black! Be sure to bring your own flashlight or buy one at the maze. The fun starts from 7:30 pm and lasts until 10 pm. You can also come earlier and enjoy other fun farm activities such as a pumpkin patch, apple slingshots, duck races, and pony rides.
The Sweet Eats Pitch Black Flashlight Corn Maze is a 4.5-acre incredible corn maze that’s open through Halloween on Fridays and Saturdays only. The maze is only open for exploring at night.
2. Creepy Corn Maze, Canton
Head to YesterLand Farm for the Creepy Corn Maze, open Friday and Saturday nights through Halloween. Visitors have to rely on the moon to light the dark and eerie path, so finding a way out won’t be easy.
There might be a few strange sounds in this Halloween corn maze, so ask yourself if it’s just your imagination, or if there’s more than enough reason to run faster and try to escape. Goosebumps are definitely guaranteed!
Besides the corn maze, there’s also a petting zoo, amusement park and a pumpkin patch. Those wanting the full Halloween experience will love the Goblin Glow, Zombie Paint Ball, and Chuckles Fun House. All of these activities are ranked on the Scare O Meter, so everyone can choose how brave they want to be!
3. At’l Do Farms, Lubbock
Since 1987, At’l Do Farms has been providing families in Lubbock with incredible corn mazes and mega fun activities to celebrate the fall season such as a corn cannon, Fairy Tail Trail, and a Cow Train.
This year, the Lubbock corn maze features a maze of farm animals and goods and the words “Home of Prairie Dog Pete” in its design. The maze is open from September 17 to November 5.
4. Barton Hill Farms, Austin
Barton Hill Farms’ 3.5-acre corn maze is a major fall festival attraction in Texas that has a fun new design every year. Families have to rely on clues to navigate their way through the maze.
You’ll go mad looking for ways to get out. But don’t worry, if you can’t figure it out in 45 minutes, you can exit early. The farm also offers bee train rides, archery, a Texas sized tree house, and tons of food and drinks.
5. Rocky Creek Maze, Moulton
Plan a visit to the spooky Rocky Creek Maze and find your way through an 8-acre field of tall corn. Visitors can also enjoy a terrifying hayride through a corn field behind the maze.
Participants will get the fright of their lives as they listen to a terrifying story on the Haunted Trail. This one is scary!
6. Circle S Acres Corn Maze, Wall
Circle S Acres Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch offers plenty of Halloween fun this year with their 4-acre epic corn maze that features the kind of mind-boggling twists and turns that you’ve come to expect from a maze.
Other activities include pumpkin bowling, a corn cannon, Wall Ball mazes, a pumpkin patch, and a barrel train.
7. Dewberry Farm, Brookshire
CLOSED FOR 2022 (reopening in 2023)
Looking for something to “dew” this Halloween holiday? Then visit Dewberry Farm where they offer heaps of pumpkins, adorable animals, yummy food, massive slides, and the Mustang Carousel. You can also get lost in the 8-acre field corn maze which is carved into a wild and challenging design every year.
8. Graff 7A Ranch, Hondo
The Graff 7A Ranch offers pig races, hay bale jump, twin cow train, a hayride, the MatterCorn Slide Mountain and of course, a seven-acre South Texas maize that will challenge you and the whole family.
This corn maze in Hondo grows about 12 feet high. It is divided into 2 parts and each part takes approximately 15-30 minutes to walk. You’ll have to solve the clues along the way or you might get you lost if you answer incorrectly. Do you have what it takes to find your way out of the maze?
9. P-6 Farms, Montgomery
P-6 Farms offers one of the best fall outings in Texas for your family. You can stop and smell the flowers in their sunflower fields, pick out a pumpkin in their pumpkin patch, go on a wheel barrow race, or enjoy The Cyclone roller coaster.
But I know what you really want! The P-6 Corn Maze offers all of the challenges you’ve come to expect from a maze. In 2019, they carved a design to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing so make sure to visit in 2022 to see what amazing new design they’ve carved out this year. They’re open Saturdays and Sundays October 1 through November 6.
10. Hall’s Pumpkin Farm and Corn Maze, Grapevine
Hall’s Pumpkin Farm is all things fall with a 2 acre corn maze, pumpkins for picking, and hay rides. This family run corn maze and pumpkin patch is an autumn tradition for folks in the DFW area. Don’t miss your chance to solve the maze and find the perfect pumpkins!
11. Fiddlesticks Farms, Midland
Come to Fiddlesticks Farms and have a spooktacular time at their corn mazes which come in 3 phases, each of which takes longer to solve. Whichever phase you choose, you’re bound to have a great time.
The farm also provides you with passports that guide you through the maze and if you get really lost, there are Corn Cops on hand to assist you.
Fiddlesticks also offers over 25 fun fall activities including: pig races, jumping pillow, and a giant tube slide. They’re open September 24 until November 19.
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