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Corn Mazes in Orlando

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My family and I look forward to trying out different corn mazes in Orlando in the fall. If you are like us and love to go, or looking to try our your first corn maze, here is a list of corn mazes in and around Orlando this fall.

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Cornfusion Corn Maze
Dates: Weekends September 14 to November 3
Hours: 10am to 6pm (closes at 5pm on Nov. 3), Flashlight maze F& Sa 7pm to 10pm
Cost: $13 ages 3 and up/$10 for flashlight maze (50% discount if you also go during the day)

Things to Do: Lots of fun activities including na barnyard zoo, rooster roll, speed pitch challenge, hay ride, billy goat bounce pad and more. There is also a pumpkin patch. Some activities are an additional charge, so bring some cash with you.

Fox Squirrel Corn Maze
Dates: Weekends October 5 to 27
Hours: 10am to 6pm (gate closes at 5pm)
Location: 3002 Charlie Taylor Road N, Plant City, FL
Cost: Adults, $11/Kids age 3-17, $10

Things to Do: Included in the admission charge, participate in Fun Duck races, a Cool Corn Box for the little ones, Gigantic slingshot, Badminton and Cornhole Game. For an additional fee there is Dummy Steer Ropin, the butterfly garden and horse and pony rides. There are also pumpkins for sale.

Long and Scott Farm
Dates: Weekends October 5 to December 8
Hours: Sa, 10am to 5pm and Su, 12pm to 6pm (last admission at 3pm)
Location: 26216 County Road 448A, Mount Dora, FL
Cost: $12 ages 4+

Things to Do: Maze admission includes; both Corn Mazes, the permanent Tree Maze, Rope Maze, Labyrinth, Mist Maze, Super Slide, Jumping Pillow, Small Kids Zip Line, Huge Fort-like playground, Tot Lot, Sand Tires, Tether Ball, other games and covered picnic areas

Harvest Holler Corn Maze
Dates: September 20 to November 10
Hours: F, 4pm to 8pm/Sa, 12pm to 8pm/Su, 12pm to 5pm
Location: 950 Tavares Road, Polk City, FL
Cost: Adults, $10.50/Seniors and kids ages 3-12, $8.50

Things to Do: Enjoy the Corn Maze, go on the “See the Animals” Adventure Hayride, or catch a ride on the Cow Barrel Train. Don’t forget to head over to the Giant Oaks and swing on the tire swings and then Climb Hay Mountain to it’s tallest peak. There is also a pumpkin patch.

Hastings Ranch and Farm
Dates: Weekends, October 12 to 27
Hours: 10am to 5pm
Location: 5452 Jones Road, St. Cloud, FL
Cost: $10 per person ages 3+/$8 military (current and former)

Things to Do: Enjoy the corn maze at Hastings Ranch along with a pumpkin patch where you can pick the perfect pumpkin.

Lake Catherine Blueberries
Dates: F, Sa and Su from September 27 to October 27
Hours: F, 6pm to 10pm/Sa, 10am to 10pm/Su, 10am to 6pm
Cost: Adults, $7/Children 4-12, $5

Things to Do: There are free hayrides, tractor train rides and photos opportunities with our vintage tractors and automobiles. For safety reasons, the free hayrides and tractor train rides end at dusk.  For our young farmers, our “hayground” and corn box are back, as well as assorted yard games for our more competitive guests. There is also a pumpkin patch.

Note: There is a haunted Halloween maze that is offered on Friday and Saturday nights from 6pm. The haunted hallowed maze is $10 per person. Flashlights are allowed in this maze, but are allowed in the regular maze at night.

Painted Oaks Academy
Dates: October 5 – November 30
Hours: 10am to 6pm
Location: 15100 Lake Pickett Road, Orlando, FL
Cost: $12 adult/$10 child

Things to Do: In addition to the corn maze they also have a Bouncy Pumpkin Pad Fun Park, Live Music Acts, Dancing, Zoo, Ducky Races, Playground Slides & Swings, Bounce Village. we also have a new Small Train for the Little ones to Ride in.   The “Painted Oaks Express” and many new horses and animals for the children to see.  Pony and Hay Rides available for an additional $5 each.

Partin Ranch
Dates: Weekends, October 12 to November 3
Hours: 10 am to 5pm
Location: 5601 North Canoe Creek Road, Kenansville, FL
Cost: $10 per person age 3+

Things to Do: There are two mazes to enjoy, the larger 5-acre maze and a mini-maze that is perfect for younger kids. There is also a barrel train, kiddie zip line, ranch animals and hay rides to enjoy. Harvester rides, pony rides and a butterfly experience are available at additional cost. There is also a pumpkin patch.

Which corn mazes do you plan to visit?

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