By: Staff Reports | Gwinnett Citizen
By: Staff Reports | Gwinnett Citizen

Where can I find a corn maze?

Check with your county Cooperative Extension office, local chamber of commerce or Georgia Farm Bureau office. You can find various agritourism possibilities, including corn mazes, at our Georgia Grown website (www.georgiagrown.com). 

Here is a list of the mazes we know:

A-Maz-n Cane, Nashville;

Athens Corn Maze, Bogart, www.athenscornmaze.com 

Big Springs Farm, Woodstock, www.bigspringsfarms.com 

Buck's Corn Maze, Dawsonville; Buford Corn Maze, Buford, www.bufordcornmaze.com

Cagle's Family Farm, Canton, www.caglesfamilyfarm.com

Calhoun Produce, Ashburn, www.calhounproduce.com

Carlton Farms, Rockmart, www.carltonfarm.com

Copper Creek Farm (Huckleshuck's), Calhoun, www.coppercreekfarm.net 

Corn Dawgs, Loganville, www.corndawgs.com

Corn on the Cobb, Powder Springs, www.stillfamilyfarm.com 

Daisy Adams Farm, Cochran, www.daisyadamsfarm.com

Enchanted Maize Maze at Rock City, Flintstone, www.enchantedmaze.com 

Freeman's Family Farm, Sylvania, www.andersonfreemanfarm.com 

Freeman Springs Farm, Rocky Face, www.freemanspringsfarm.com 

Hamlin Hills Farm, Forsyth, www.hamlinhillsfarm.com 

Hillside Orchards, Tiger, www.hillsideorchard.com

Hootie's Corn Maze, Millen, www.hootiesmaze.com 

Jaemor Farms, Alto, www.jaemorfarms.com

Kernel Kob Corn Maze; Jasper, www.kernelkobcornmaze.com 

For a full list of corn mazes visit the department’s website at www.agr.georgia.gov or if you have questions about services or products regulated by the Georgia Department of Agriculture, write Arty Schronce (arty.schronce@agr.georgia.gov)