That’s right, it’s time for fall corn mazes, folks. These farms near the Charlotte, North Carolina area offer more than just the best corn mazes around–many of them have hayrides, pumpkin picking, and other exciting activities for the whole family. Get ready to get lost and have the best fall-time fun.

This article was updated on September 1, 2018

In order of Opening Date:

Aw Shucks! Farms

Opening: September 14
Closing: November 12
*Only open on weekends unless an appointment is made

Aw Shucks! Farms has something to offer anyone of any age. The maze is kid-friendly for little ones–not too scary or difficult–but if you’re older and want a good scare, survive their frightening haunted trail called The 13th Acre. And anyone can love petting and feeding the cutest animals at their animal barn.

Ticket Prices:
Age 3 and under: FREE
Age 4-12: $8 plus tax for General Admission
Age 13 and up: $10 plus tax for General Admission


Rural Hill

Photo credit | Rural Hill Facebook

Opening: September 15
Closing: November 4
*Only open on weekends unless an appointment is made

One of the largest corn mazes in the Southeast, Rural Hill has over 2 miles of interconnecting paths in their maze. Don’t forget to take a hayride around the farm, play a round of corn-hole, play in their mini-mazes, hike some gorgeous trails, and pick a pumpkin while you’re there.

Ticket Prices:
Day maze ages 13 and up: $11
Day maze ages 5 – 12: $8
Night maze ages 13 and up: $16
Night maze ages 5 – 12: $11
*Plus NC sales tax


“Get Lost” Corn Maze

Opening: September 15
Closing: November 4
*Only open on weekends unless an appointment is made

The “Get Lost” Corn Maze’s theme this year is Like Arrows: The Art of Parenting. Enjoy family fun and games all day long like their Gigantic Jumpy Pillow, Zorb Ball, and Veggie Vault Sling Shot.

Ticket Prices:
Single Admission Price: $9 (children 3 and under FREE)

Group Rates: $7.50 per person (available for groups of 20+)


Hall Family Farm

Opening: September 21
Closing: October 31

*Only open weekends

Not your ordinary corn maze, it’s theme this year is 80’s Rock ‘n Roll. This maze covers 5 acres of land and has over 2 miles of interconnecting pathways. Other fun activities at this farm include hayrides, pumpkin picking, and their cute mini mazes.

Ticket Prices:
Corn Maze only
Ages 3 and up: $8 + tax
Ages 2 and under: FREE
Combo Ticket (Corn Maze and Hayride–save 10% vs buying them separately)
Ages 3 and up: $10 + tax
Ages 2 and under: FREE


Country Days Corn Maze

Opening: September 28
Closing: November 4
*Only open weekends unless an appointment is made

This farm offers two different levels of corn mazes. The “Little Ears Maze” is open to children ages 10 and under, allowing you to enjoy the maze experience with your little ones. It is easy to navigate and exit if needed. The “Big Ears Maze” is full of confusing fun for older kids and adults. They have lots of great food and farm games too.

Ticket Prices:
Maze: $8.00 (ages 4 and up)
Little Ears Maze: $5.00: Open Daytime Only
Children 3 & Under FREE To Both Mazes
Most Farm Activities: $1.00 each


Regal Corn Maze

Opening: September 29
Closing: October 28
*Only open on weekends

Regal Corn Maze invites you to “get lost and have fun.” Experience the fun this farm has to offer all day long like their giant slingshot, corn cannon, hay tunnel, cow train, and more.

Ticket Prices:
Age 5 and Older: $9 per person
Age 4 and Younger: FREE


Lewis Farm Festival

Corn Mazes Near Charlotte

Photo credit | Lewis Farm Facebook

Opening: September 29
Closing: October 27
*Only open on weekends

After you’ve explored the corn maze, check out the other activities that Lewis Farm Festival has to offer, most notably, their horse-drawn hayrides and hand-led pony rides.

Ticket Prices:

$7 per person (children 2 years old and under FREE)
$5 pony rides (all ages)