It's finally fall y'all, and the vibe is Memphis Corn Mazes and Pumpkin Patches! We've got the scoop on how you can have an a-maize-ing time.

Memphis Corn Mazes & Pumpkin Patches

It’s finally fall—and the vibe is Memphis Corn Mazes & Pumpkin Patches!

First, you’re lured in…Then, you’re lost! The Mid-South Maze is back for it’s 21st year—and you’re invited to stroll through the fields. The fun kicks off September 16th with Family Nights following every Wednesday, offering free hayrides and bonfires as add-ons to the maze experience.

When October hits, the haunts begin. If you find yourself in the Maze after dusk on Fridays and Saturday, you better be ready to run…

Where: 777 Walnut Grove

When: Hours vary day-to-day (Opening Day: September 16)

Cost: $5-$20

Priddy Farms is the place where the pumpkins are plentiful and the hayrides are haunted (after dark).

In fact, this spot has all kinds of awesome autumn activities—from petting zoos and playgrounds to corn mazes filled with monsters!

Where: 4595 N. Germantown Rd. Bartlett, TN

When: Hours vary day-to-day (Opening day: September 23)

Cost: N/A

A trip to Jones Orchard will not only help you secure the juiciest peaches—but you’ll also be prepared for pumpkin pie season as soon as it hits! Pre-picked pumpkins are available at their satellite location: 6850 Singleton Parkway. 

Double up on the fun by taking advantage of the corn maze experiences: The Farm Scene Investigation & The Farm Monster Mystery.  

Where: 6880 Singleton Parkway

Hours: Hours vary day-to-day (Opening Day: October 7)

Cost: $8// Free for children ages 5 & under

With gourds and pumpkins that come in all shapes, sizes, and colors, consider 2nd Baptist Church’s Patch a one-stop-shop for fall decor!

Not only that, but they also carry carving kits and all kinds of seasonal treats like pumpkin spice granola and pumpkin cookies. 

Where: 4680 Walnut Grove

When: Hours vary day-to-day (Opening day: October 1)

Cost: N/A

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