Head into Fall with Texas Corn Mazes

Head into Fall with Texas Corn Mazes
The fall season doesn’t just bring relief from the summer heat; it also brings a new crop (pun intended…) of family friendly activities to take part in. And, one of the best ways to welcome fall is with a corn maze. Here is a list of five Texas places you're sure to enjoy visiting.

The fall season doesn’t just bring relief from the summer heat; it also brings a new crop (pun intended…) of family friendly activities to take part in. And, one of the best ways to welcome fall is with a corn maze. Here is a list of five Texas places you’re sure to enjoy visiting.

 

At’l Do Farms

6323 FM 1294

Lubbock, 79415

You can celebrate At’l Do Farms’ 15th season by exploring the American Gothic themed maze. To accommodate the littlest of maze runners, the owners created the Fairy Tale Trail. As you make your way through this giant puzzle, you’ll love discovering Cinderella storyboards. In addition to the maze, the farm also offers horse rides on the weekends.

 

Dewberry Farm

FM 362 & Morrison Rd

Brookshire, 77423

When a fall tradition combines with a Texas tradition, it’s hard to go wrong. So, it’s fitting that, “Texans Loves Blue Bell Ice Cream” was etched into the Dewberry Farm corn maze. After you’ve worked up an appetite in the maze, you can grab a bite at one of ten different food stands including The Sandwich Shop, Legs & Fries and the Dewberry Farm Sweet Shoppe.

 

South Texas Maize

911 US Hwy 90 East

Hondo, 78861

Although the maze at South Texas Maize is actually carved into haygrazer stalks, not an ounce of fun is lost with two different sections for you to test out. You are given the option of picking up a “passport” that lets you answer questions to successfully navigate the correct pathway. South Texas Maize hosts a couple of special event weekends including Dog Dayz, where you can bring your pooch and a Veteran’s Day Free Military weekend.

 

Fiddlesticks Farms

5610 E. County Rd. 120

Midland, 79706

The biggest on the list, Fiddlesticks Farms’ corn maze sits on 15 acres of land. This year’s theme is a nod to baseball legend, Nolan Ryan and has three different phases. Fiddlesticks also offers the Learning Barn where you can visit farm animals and watch a live milking demonstration.

 

Fearshire Farms

1100 S. Walker St.

Angleton, 77515

No fall corn maze list is complete without a haunted option. The Dead-End Corn Maze at Fearshire Farms is over two acres of frightening pathways. Since this activity is likely more appropriate for your teenagers, Fearshire hosts a series of family hours, giving you the opportunity to experience the Halloween fun in an environment more suited for young children. 

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