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10 Texas Corn Mazes to Get Lost in This Fall

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It’s fall in Texas, and what could be more fun than getting lost in a corn maze? You know the famous saying, “everything’s bigger in Texas,” and these mazes prove it!

1. South Texas Maze, Hondo

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Photo: South Texas Maze

This Texas Hill Country maize honors the grocery store, H-E-B, for supporting locally grown products from Texas farmers. Trying to navigate your way in and out of the seven acre maze will challenge even those who are directionally savvy. And it’s not technically a corn maze, it’s planted in sorghum and grows about twelve feet high.

2. Sweet Berry Farm Maze, Marble Falls

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Photo: Plane O’le Productions

Texas is A-Maze-ing in this Texas Hill Country maze because it’s a four-acre field in the shape of Texas.  And inside are a myriad of pathways.  The object is to walk through Texas and find signs representing destinations in Texas which are listed on your game card.

3. Dewberry Farm Maze, Brookshire

These guys are getting ready for the upcoming election, with their 2016 theme: Trump v Clinton. And it’s eight acres of crazy corn good times!

Very important maze rules: stay on the paths or the corn monsters will get your toes!

4. At’l Do Farms Maize, Lubbock

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Photo: Jamye Stewart

The regular maze can be a little overwhelming so they’ve created a special trail through the corn for families with younger kids, The Fairy Tale Trail. Along the journey, you will be reading story boards of “Young Quanah & The Rabbit”. Take a hay ride out to Pumpkin Hollow or reserve a campfire and roast marshmallows! It will be a fun adventure!

5. Barton Hill Farms Maze, Bastrop

Get lost in the five-acre 2016 Lonesome Dove Maze…celebrating the epic Texas Western novel! And in the kids maze, they learn valuable lessons with Spookly the Square Pumpkin.

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