DAWSONVILLE, Ga. (FOX 5 Atlanta) - I’ve heard the words “get lost” a few times in my life. Actually, I hear them every time I run into Buck Lanford in the hallway. So, I decided it was time to follow the advice and head to a place where getting lost isn’t just encouraged…it’s the whole point!
The Good Day feature team spent the morning at Uncle Shuck’s Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch in Dawsonville, and speaking of getting lost, here’s some important information – the popular fall attraction has moved. You’ll now find the corn maze and pumpkin patch at 125 Bannister Road, which is right along the Etowah River. But don’t worry, the long list of outdoor activities offered by the Uncle Shuck’s team hasn’t changed, which means the corn cannon, wagon rides, kiddie maze, and more are back and open for business.
The centerpiece, of course, is the 13-acre Corn Maze, and this year’s design pays tribute to Dawson County, highlighting the host of activities visitors can enjoy while visiting the North Georgia county.
The fall season at Uncle Shuck’s Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch continues through November 17th – it’s open Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays in September and November, and daily in October.
Admission to the Corn Maze is $15 per person, and free for kids ages four and under.
So, did we make it through the maze without any help? You probably already know the answer to that. But click on the video player above to check out our adventure for yourselves!