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Granville Corn Maze

Maze Opens October 5th

North Carolina Corn Maze 2019

Lose Yourself In Our North Carolina Corn Maze

One of the best ways to enjoy Fall is to explore a North Carolina corn maze. There is nothing quite like it. It is exciting and can also be a fun challenge to navigate the many trails through the corn. Exploring a corn maze is a great way to slow down the pace of life and to take in nature and the beautiful Fall season.

Our corn maze officially opens in October so be sure to mark your calendar. You can buy tickets conveniently online or when you get here. Check out our hours and pricing. Each year we feature a new theme and this year’s theme honors our heroes. We have created an intricate dedication through the cornfield that reflects our love for our country. The corn maze is a symbol of our great appreciation for our heroes who have given so much to ensure that we have our freedom.

We will also be featuring a Military Appreciation Day as well as a Veteran Kiosk. Each year we pour countless hours into the planning, preparation, and execution of our North Carolina corn maze because we want it to be a new and exciting challenge to everyone who comes to visit.

If you want to see the corn maze from a different angle you can even take a ride in a bucket truck so you can see the entire design from above. This is our fifth year in operation and this year we are featuring a you-pick pumpkin patch. There are also plenty of other activities to enjoy such as our fire pit for s’mores, bouncy house, and much much more.

Be Ready For An Adventure Through Our Corn Maze

Corn Maze NCWhen you explore our nine-acre corn maze, you want to be sure that you come prepared. You will be doing a lot of walking, so you want to wear comfortable shoes. You also want to wear shoes that are closed. Sandals are not ideal because you will be walking through a lot of dirt and straw which can be uncomfortable when you are not wearing the proper shoes.

Since Fall can tend to be warm earlier in the day and chillier later at night you will want to dress in layers so you can regulate your body temperature better. That way you can stay for hours and still be comfortable.

Be sure to bring an extra sweater or vest, or you could even bring a warm throw blanket to wrap around yourself. Bring a backpack or bag to carry your extra things such as your wallet, so you can keep your hands free for taking pictures. Just don’t forget your camera! You will want to capture all the fun memories that you will create once you get here.

If you are bringing little ones, you may want to consider bringing a wagon to pull them on or for infants you may want to take along a baby carrier so you and your children will be able to have fun for longer. Our maze is quite impressive, which also means that smaller children can tend to tire out when exploring.

Don’t forget to bring:

  • Warm blanket
  • Backpack or bag
  • Wallet for refreshments and pumpkins
  • Camera
  • Wagon or baby carrier if you are bringing small children

The Benefits Of Exploring A Corn Maze

There are many benefits to navigating through a corn maze. For one, it is an enjoyable adventure for both young and old. They can range from easy to much more challenging, and you can explore our corn maze at your leisure. Exploring a corn maze is a great way for you to put your problem-solving skills to the test, not to mention very rewarding when you complete the maze.

For small children, it is a great (and fun!) way to burn off a little extra energy. Whether you are stopping at our farm along a lengthy trip to another destination or you specifically traveled to visit us, it is a great reason to get out of the car and stretch your legs.

Our corn maze is a great idea for a date night or a fun activity for the entire family. It encourages teamwork and is a great activity to promote bonding between friends and family.

The Story Behind The Corn Maze

The corn maze is nothing new. It has been around for quite some time. The corn maze can be dated back to 1993 when Don Frantz and Adrian Fisher created the very first one in Pennsylvania.

It was only three acres, but it made it into the Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s largest corn maze at the time. The corn maze is based on the hedge mazes that originated in England and offers the same thing that they do, although they are substantially different. Both offer a fun and challenging brain teaser that is as fun to navigate as it is to complete.