Best Corn Mazes Near Orlando for Fall Fun with Kids

Anyone and everyone will feel welcome at the Fox Squirrel Maze. Activities include gigantic slingshot, cornhole, fun duck races, and more.
Anyone and everyone will feel welcome at the Fox Squirrel Maze. Activities include gigantic slingshot, cornhole, fun duck races, and more.
9/15/23 - By Charlotte B

Fall is the time of year when we start thinking about corn mazes near Orlando, in addition to pumpkin picking, hayrides, and Halloween. Several Central Florida family farms have created spectacular corn mazes for children and parents to venture through together. Add in attractions like barrel trains, ziplines, pony rides, play areas, and pumpkin patches, and an outing to an Orlando corn maze becomes a perfect fall family day trip!

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Fun Corn Mazes Near Orlando

1. Amber Brooke Farms – Eustis

Amber Brooke Farms (formerly Atwood Family Farms) has added a crop maze this year to go along with its other fun activities, including a pumpkin patch, petting zoo, live music and entertainment, and more.

Club Lake Plantation 12 Corn Mazes near Orlando for Fall Fun with Kids
Wander the wild corn maze at Club Lake Plantation. Photo by the author

2. Club Lake Plantation – Apopka

Kids will love exploring the corn maze at Club Lake Plantation. It's the perfect size for both little kids and big kids to navigate, multiple times if they'd like. There is also a toddler haybale maze and play area, play structures, outdoor games, hayrides, and more. Make sure to bring your camera for a picture in the pumpkin patch.

Corn Maze Orlando 12 Corn Mazes near Orlando for Fall Fun with Kids
Navigate the Mission to the Moon corn maze at Corn Maze Orlando, open daily October 14-November 30. Photo courtesy of Corn Maze Orlando

3. Corn Maze Orlando – Orlando

Corn Maze Orlando uses special seed to keep the stalks tall and green for the full 90-day lifespan of the corn. Check the maze's website to get info about getting help while wandering the maze, as well as additional attractions like a playground, train, pony rides, hayrides, and more. 

4. Cowart Ranch & Farms – Bunnell

Maze Dayz at Cowart Ranch features a maze adventure, pumpkin patch, photo ops, hayrides, farm animals, pony rides, duck dash, monster truck rides, a mini-maze for little ones, and more. A reminder this is a cash only maze, open every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday in October.

5. Fox Squirrel Corn Maze – Plant City

Admission to this "squirrelly" maze includes a hayride and games, such as cornhole, fun duck races, and dummy steer ropin'. Additional activities include a horse and pony rides, live entertainment, and pumpkin patch. Guests can "eat and shop" with festival-style foods and a variety of vendors.

6. Harvest Fields Corn Maze – DeLand

This 100-acre farm features a large corn maze, pumpkin patch, hayride, mini hay maze, corn cannon, giant hay fort, and much more. A "Fields of Fright" haunted hayride is offered on Friday and Saturday evenings.

Harvest Holler 12 Corn Mazes near Orlando for Fall Fun with Kids

Enjoy the pumpkin patch and country games with a corn maze at Harvest Holler. Photo courtesy of Harvest Holler

7. Harvest Holler Corn Maze – Polk City

Spend a full day at Harvest Holler, with its large corn maze and activities for the whole family. Admission includes corn maze entry as well as the cow-barrel train ride, hayride, tractor-themed play area, tire swings, mini golf, and more. Pick a carving pumpkin from the pumpkin patch (also a great fall photo op). Concessions are available, including the farm’s famous sweet corn.

8. Lake Catherine Farms – Groveland

Lake Catherine Farms once again hosts its annual family-friendly scavenger hunt fall maze. Photo areas with vintage tractors and automobiles are available, as well as a "hayground" and corn box for kids, and yard games for all ages. For older kids and teens, the farm offers Haunted Halloween Maze (ages 8 and up) and Dark Forest Trail of Terror (ages 13 and up).  

Partin Ranch  12 Corn Mazes near Orlando for Fall Fun with Kids
Partin Ranch has a huge five-acre corn maze and a little maze for younger kids. Photo courtesy of Partin Ranch

9. Partin Ranch Corn Maze – Kenansville

Partin Ranch features a five-acre corn maze with twists and turns, as well as a smaller maze for little ones to explore. Additional activities include a barrel train, ranch animals, combine harvester rides, a zipline, hayrides, a corn ball cannon, pony rides, and more. During the last weekend in October, kids 3-12 years old in costume get FREE admission, and trick-or-treat stations will be set up throughout the activities.

Scott's Maze Adventure 12 Corn Mazes near Orlando for Fall Fun with Kids
A corn maze is just one kind of maze at Scott's Maze Adventures. Photo by author

10. Great Scott Farm (formerly Scott's Maze Adventures) – Mount Dora

Great Scott Farms provides fall fun with a seven-acre corn maze complete with interactive stations and a climbing tower in the middle that overlooks the full maze. There is also a smaller corn maze, a tree maze, a rope maze, a labyrinth, and a "mist" maze. Kids love the wooden castle playground, jumping pillow, zip line, 60-foot super slide, tot lot, and games. There are plenty of photo opportunities, and families can take a ride on the Sweet Corn Express hayride to learn about the family-owned farm. 

11. Southern Hill Farms – Clermont

Southern Hill Farms has a five-acre corn maze to impress (and confuse) visitors to the fall festivities! Along with the corn maze, families can enjoy u-pick sunflowers, pumpkin patch barn, wagon rides, a kids zone, and more.

12. Sykes Family Farms Crop Maze – Elkton

Venture through this “cornfusing” nine-acre corn maze, including an area featuring the stories of Spookley the Square Pumpkin and Jack and the Cornstalk. Sykes offers a play area, farm animals, cow milking, hayride, corn poppers, a cow train, and duck races. On Friday and Saturday nights, the maze is open until 10pm so bring your flashlights or glow sticks. 

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