Each season has its benefits and drawbacks. Winter is a beautiful season but it’s often too cold, while summer is the opposite. Spring would probably be perfect if it wasn’t for all the rain. Autumn is the only season that we can’t really think of a drawback. There’s some stunning scenery thanks to the changing leaves, you can get almost anything pumpkin flavored, and there are all kinds of fun activities to participate in, from perusing pumpkin patches and apple orchards to taking a hayride and much more. We thought we’d look at one activity in particular and give you a few options for where to go, and that’ll be some fun corn mazes near Knoxville TN!
First, you can head over to Oakes Farm in Corryton at 8240 Corryton Road. For $11.95, or $9.95 for children 3-10 (younger kids are free), you can gain access to more than 25 different activities in the farm’s Back 40 play area. That not only includes an incredible corn maze, but the Farm Monster Mystery, the Jumping Pillow, the Mine Shaft Giant Slide and much, more!
Over at 938 Alder Branch RD in Sevierville, head to Kyker Farms’ Kornfusing Korn Maze. Once again, the farm is much more than just a corn maze. You’ll once again get to experience hayrides and more, including a pumpkin patch, all in addition to heading through the corn maze. The bonus at Kyker Farms is that there’s more than one maze to choose from! You can head to the daytime maze for $14.50 or $7 for children 3-5, 2 and under free. The after dark mazes, which includes The Trail and Zombie Blasterz, are $15 or $20 for both.
Deep Well Farm
A final option is the Deep Well Farm at 9567 US-11E in Lenoir City. As with the others, there is much more than just a corn maze available here. Package 1 is $11 per person and grants you access to the Corn Maze only, while Package 2 is the same price but grants you access to the pumpkin patch with hayride only instead. However, for $18 you can get Package 3 which includes both. Children under 2 get in free.
Be sure to check out one of these great destinations and enjoy your Autumn season!