Come Visit 5 of Florida’s Best (and Scariest) Corn Mazes

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Harvest Holler Corn Maze, Polk City

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Harvest Holler is a place where you can explore nature, have adventures outside and relax. The farm has a corn maze you can enjoy with your family. Enjoy the “See the Animals” Adventure Hayride, or catch a ride on the Cow Barrel Train. There are also Giant Oaks where there are tire swings you can have fun on. Remember to climb the highest peak on Clay Hay Mountain!!

You can also explore the Old Farm Miniature Golf Course and get an aerial view of Big Frank-n-Slide, one of Harvest Holler’s most popular attractions. The 2020 season is open from Friday, September 18th – Sunday, November 15th, Friday, Saturday and Sunday and is located at 950 Tavares Road. Admission is $10.50 for adults 13 – 64 years old, while kids 2 – 12 years old, seniors (65 years and up) and active-duty military get in for just $8.50. Children 2 years or younger get in free.

To find out more, please visit the official Harvest Holler Corn Maze website.

Harvestmoon Farm, Masaryktown

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Just a short drive from Tampa is the five-acre Florida Corn Maze at Harvestmoon Farm. Harvestmoon also has a Flashlight Maze and Pumpkin Patch, as well as a Hill Slide, Jumping Pillow, Cow Train, Petting Farm, Pony Rides, and Barnyard Playground and Games. Last but not least, kids will enjoy the opportunity to meet “Spookley” the square pumpkin. 

Harvestmoon Fun Farm opened in 2013. It is located at 15990 Stur Street, Masaryktown, FL 34604, Ph: (800) 373-4811. Please visit the Harvestmoon Farm website to learn more.

Long & Scott Farms, Mount Dora


Nestled in Mount Dora, Florida is Long & Scott Farms. Long & Scott Farms is a family-owned and operated farm that features many fall activities every year. The main attraction at this farm however, is the ever-impressive corn maze that many have dubbed a gargantuan “living puzzle.” But the neat thing about the corn maze is that guests get a game sheet to use, which is also filled with tons of trivia to educate them while they walk.

Founded in 2003, Scott’s Maze Adventures has offered a 7-acre corn maze to visitors every year, starting with their Statue of Liberty maze. The farm is located at 26216 County Road 448A, Ph: 1-352-383-6900. The maze is open from October 3rd – December 13th. Adult ages 17 and up and children ages 3-16 get in for $12.00 each; children under 3 (0-2) get in for free.

To learn more, please visit the Long & Scott Farms website.

Hallows Hill Corn Maze & Haunted Trail, Baker

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Hallows Hill Corn Maze (also known as The Baker Corn Maze) is a Florida corn maze that offers something for everyone with both haunted and non-haunted attractions. The amusement park, er, farm, offers a variety of options for those looking for a good, old-fashioned scare. Plenty of spooky attractions abound, such as the Hallows Hill Haunted HayRide and Nightmare on the Old Spanish Trail.

The kiddos can enjoy the Petting Zoo and other non-scary Halloween attractions. The Hallows Hill Amusement is a truly terrifying Halloween tradition on Florida’s Panhandle that will leave you spooked but smiling ear to ear. The farm is located at 5899 Buck Ward Road, Baker, FL 32531, Ph: (850) 803-2367. Please visit the official Hallows Hill Facebook page for more information.

Newberry Corn Maze, Newberry

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Just outside of Gainesville, you will find Newberry Corn Maze. This Florida corn maze operates as a “playful maze” during the day and transforms into a “walk of terror” full of goblins and ghouls at night. Founded in 2004, once you’ve conquered the corn maze, don’t miss the opportunity to visit the horrifying Haunted House on the premises. Other highlights of the Newberry Corn Maze include a Haunted Hayride, Kids Area with carnival-like games, Mechanical Bull, Bonfire, live DJ and more. In addition, a concession stand sells snacks and drinks, which makes this one haunted corn maze that really has some “meat on its bones.” The farm is located at 20015 West Newberry Road, Newberry, FL 32669, Ph: (352) 354-5118. It is open from September 25th – October 1st. The price of admission for adults is $15 (includes corn maze and haunted house) and for children over 3 years old is $10. Kids aged 3 and younger are admitted for free. The Hayride, Mechanical Bull and Human Hamster Balls are an extra $5 each. 

Learn more at the official Newberry Cornfield Maze website.