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The Buford Corn Maze was named one of America’s top 33 corn mazes by Country Living magazine! The maze is seven acres and includes seven trails to stroll through. Along with a hayride out to the maze, visitors will enjoy an expansive playground, obstacle course, jump pad and pumpkin patch at Hobnob Corner. There are also places for picnicking and concessions on site. Plenty of free parking is available as well. As you’re winding your way through the maize, keep an eye out for passing wildlife that may include wild turkey, deer or even coyotes! At night ,the Buford Corn Maze becomes “Maze-O-Sauras” where visitors can enjoy the latest technology of blacklight LEDS. The lights allow visitors to see the trails while remaining in complete darkness for an additional spooky feel, perfect for younger children.
Activities in The Buford Corn Maze
The maze spans seven acres and features seven different trails to walk through. There’s also a hayride out to the maze, along with an expansive playground, obstacle course, jump pad and pumpkin patch at Hobnob Corner. Visitors are encouraged to pack their own picnics or even purchase meals on site while there. Plenty of free parking is available too! Keep an eye out for passing wildlife, like coyotes or deer while you wind your way around among the maize. At night ,the Buford Corn Maze “Maze-O-Sauras” offers visitors a creepy experience with blacklight LEDs lining the trails and leaving guests in complete darkness while they walk.
Hours of Operation
The Buford Corn Maze is open from September 15-October 30 on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. It’s closed on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays for maintenance. On Thursdays the maze is open from 4 p.m.-9 p.m., Fridays it
Directions can be found at bufordcornmaze.com!
How to Get There
Visitors should take Exit 273 from Interstate 85 North and head toward Buford/Atlanta on Highway 20/Lavista Road. Turn left onto Atlanta Street and the entrance to the Buford Corn Maze is on the right hand side of the road.
How many acres is the Buford Corn Maze?
The Buford Corn Maze is seven acres!
Are dogs allowed at the Buford Corn Maze?
No pets are allowed at the Buford Corn Maze.
Who owns the Buford Corn Maze?
The Buford Corn Maze is owned by Robert Layton.
What are the ticket prices to enter the Buford Corn Maze?
For now, tickets to enter the Buford Corn Maze are $14 for adults and 12 dollars for children ages 4-12. Children under age 3 get in free.
How much does it cost to have a birthday party at the Buford Corn Maze?
Birthday parties at the Buford Corn Maze cost $20 per child, and the birthday child has free admission. Birthday party guests also get a ticket for a hayride out to the maze, a pumpkin from Hobnob Corner and two snacks.
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