The Best Corn Mazes Near The Triangle for Fall 2020

The Best Corn Mazes Near The Triangle for Fall 2020

Nothing beats a good corn maze for fall family fun. However, with COVID-19 keeping everyone on their toes, it might be hard to find out which corn mazes near the Triangle are actually open in Fall 2020.

We called around and checked. These corn mazes just outside the Triangle are guaranteed to be open this fall.

Lazy Hound Farm – Zebulon

Lazy Hound Farms has one of the best corn mazes near the Triangle.
Photo courtesy of Lazy Hound Farm

About 30 minutes east of Raleigh, you’ll find Lazy Hound Farm, where you can enjoy hay rides, a tractor train, farm animals, and, of course, a corn maze. Actually, not just one corn maze. In addition to the main maze, Lazy Hound Farm also has a corn maze just for kids. You can also enjoy these corn mazes near the Triangle at night.

Admission is $4 to the corn maze and $3 for the hay ride. Children under two are admitted free.

207 Davis Rd, Zebulon

Tractor’s Corn Maze – Wake Forest

Tractor's Corn Maze is one of the newer corn mazes near the Triangle.
Image courtesy of Tractor’s Corn Maze

Tractor’s Corn Maze is just north of US-98 and east of US-1 near Wake Forest. This year, they’ve got an eight-acre corn maze you can enjoy in the daytime or after dark. If you’re looking for the freshest pumpkins at corn mazes near the Triangle, Tractor’s might be the best choice — they’ve got pumpkins you can pick right off the vine.

Tractor’s Corn Maze is open Saturdays and Sundays, Oct. 3 through Nov. 1. Admission is $8 (cash only) and includes a pumpkin. Kids under two are admitted free.

13912 Bold Run Hill Rd, Wake Forest 

Naylor Family Farm and Giant Corn Maze – Fuquay-Varina

Naylor Family Farm has a Giant Corn Maze and is one of many corn mazes near the Triangle.
Image courtesy of Naylor Family Farm

Just south of Fuquay-Varina, you’ll find one of the most activity-packed corn mazes near the Triangle. In addition to a 10-acre corn maze, Naylor Family Farm offers farm animals, a jump pad, hayrides, gem mining, bonfires, and more.

Naylor Family Farm is open to visitors from Sept. 12 to Nov. 2. Visitors must make an appointment to visit Monday through Thursday. The farm allows general admission Friday 1 p.m.—6 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m. — 6 p.m. and Sunday 1 p.m. — 6 p.m.

Admission is $18 per person for everyone age three and up. This “Farm Pass” includes entry to most of the activities on the farm. Also, each paying guest receives a free pumpkin.

6016 U.S. 401 N., Fuquay-Varina

Crossroads Corn Maze – Wake Forest

Corn mazes near the Triangle like Crossroads Corn Maze are a great way to spend an afternoon with the family.
Image courtesy of Crossroads Corn Maze

Crossroads Corn Maze, located in Wake Forest, has plenty to enjoy. In addition to the farm’s giant corn maze, you can also enjoy hay mazes, rope mazes and a hayride. Everyone who takes part in the hayride gets a free pumpkin.

Crossroads Corn Maze is open Oct. 2 through Nov. 1 this fall.

3937 Louisbury Rd, Wake Forest

Ken’s Korny Corn Maze – Garner

Ken's Korny Corn Maze is one of the best corn mazes near the Triangle.
Image courtesy of Ken’s Korny Corn Maze

A staple just outside Garner for more than 20 years, Ken’s Corny Corn Maze is one of the most established corn mazes near the Triangle. They’ve got plenty of activities for the whole family in addition to their six-acre corn maze.

Guests can enjoy spending time with farm animals, checking out the produce and garden center and taking photos in the pumpkin patches.

3175 Benson Highway, Garner

Looking for more fun fall activities in North Carolina? Stay tuned to our Lifestyle section for all the best suggestions this autumn.

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