A One-of-a-Kind, Easy-to-Find Tourist Attraction in Central Florida
Pack the kids in the car and skip the hotel pool or day at the beach— you’ve got a fun day waiting for you at our plant city corn maze.
Located at 3002 Charlie Taylor Road in Plant City, Florida, which is situated right between Tampa and Orlando and away from the crowds of theme parks and tourist attractions in Central Florida, the Fox Squirrel Corn Maze is a unique Florida fall attraction for families and/or groups looking of any age looking to experience a one-of-a-kind adventure. The Single R Ranch, which has been in the Futch family for six generations, hosts the Fox Squirrel Corn Maze each fall.
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The Fox Squirrel Corn Maze is open on weekends only in October. Parking is always free of charge, and admission is affordably priced for the whole family, with free admission for children 2 years of age and younger. From 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM each weekend from October 6 through October 28, 2018, visitors can enjoy unlimited time in the Fox Squirrel Corn Maze and games (included in admission) such as corn-hole, badminton, dummy steer ropin’, duck races, and hayrides, or buy their own pumpkin to take home (and paint on site for a small fee) from the pumpkin patch. An additional fun game of sling shot is available, which is not included in admission. Visitors can also purchase food or treats like roasted corn on the cob, pulled pork, kettle corn, shaved ice, ice cream, and strawberry shortcake from different food vendors, or shop for local honey, handcrafted items, and more.
Just 42 miles (less than a 45-minute drive) from Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando area and only 26 miles (30 minutes) from Busch Gardens Tampa Bay, the Fox Squirrel Corn Maze is very easy to find and get to, located just 1.6 miles off of Interstate 4, and the ranch has plenty of easy-to-spot signs to the entrance to guide you along the way. The Fox Squirrel Corn Maze is the perfect weekend outing for locals who want to get the family out of the house and outdoors, for visitors traveling the I-4 corridor on the way to Tampa or Orlando, or tourists looking for a unique Florida agritourism experience— definitely not your average tourist attraction in Central Florida!