Your ultimate guide of corn mazes to visit during this pumpkin season around Central Florida

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ORLANDO, Fla – In Florida, we have plenty of options to fill our fall bucket list. Theme parks, dining shows, and Halloween Haunts sound like fun but getting lost in a corn maze sounds even better.

We want to save you the effort of looking up on the internet:” “Where’s the best corn maze near me?”

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Here’s a look at some of the corn mazes you should visit this season with family and friends:

Harvest Holler Corn Maze in Polk City opened on Sept. 16 and will go through Nov. 13. Guests can see and experience a real working family farm with animals, activities and the corn maze.

Corn Maze at Southern Hills Farms is here for its seventh fall festival. This is the second year the farm features its 5-acre corn maze. Festival runs from Sept. 24 to Nov. 13.

Long & Scott Farms located in Mt. Dora opened its 19th annual corn maze and pumpkin patch on Oct. 1. This year, the theme is pirates!

Head to Deland for the Harvest Fields Corn Maze. The corn maze is open weekends only from Oct 8. to Oct. 30. The 100-acre farm offers different activities for family and friends such as duck races, round bale racers, corn hole, and a corn box.

Club Lake in Apopka has a fall festival featuring a corn maze, pumpkin patch and two hay rides. From Oct. 1 to Oct. 30.

Fox Squirrel Corn Maze in Plant City will reopen on Oct. 8. Guests can take a stroll through this year’s crop trails, and check out the pumpkin patch and ranch animals.

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