TN Corn Mazes Are A-Maize-ing

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Tennessee has a new fall crop growing in popularity – corn mazes.

These a-maize-ing mazes draw thousands to farms across the state. Fender’s Farm in Jonesborough has something for everyone. A family-friendly maze offers a fun experience for all ages, while the haunted maze features the Field of Screams and Insane Inn to get older visitors in the Halloween spirit.

Maple Lane Farms in Greenback is honoring their owner Bob Schmidt’s alma mater, by featuring a 2012 maze with a design of Maryville College. The maze is a detailed image of the school’s Anderson Hall bell tower, with the words “Towers Above” and the college name.

Maple Lane Farms 2012 Corn Maze

Other corn mazes include Honeysuckle Hill Farm in Springfield (Robertson County), Kelly’s Corny Country in Dickson (Dickson County) and Todd Family Fun Farm in Dyer (Gibson County).

What’s your favorite Tennessee corn maze? Let us know by leaving a comment!

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  1. Regann R Hunt

    October 1, 2012 at 5:41 pm

    Check out Echo Valley Corn Maze in Jefferson City TN. Each year they get better and better with some awesome things to do. I think this is their 7th year! They have facebook and web page and need to be in your directory for East TN corn mazes!!!

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