2019 Lazy Acres Maze Questions?

When Will The 2019 Maze Be Open?

The 2019 Maze will open October 4th at 10:00 am. The Maze will stay open from October 4th until November 3rd. From 10:00 am til 7:00 pm.

Is the maze a 'scary maze'?

No. The Lazy Acres Corn Maze is not intended to be a scary maze. Our maze offers lots of family friendly activities for kids of all ages.

Do you offer refunds?

If you purchase tickets online and for some reason you're unable to attend, we will honor those tickets on a alternate weekend. We do not offer cash refunds.

I'm gonna bring the kids, but I don't plan to explore the maze. Do I need a ticket?

Yes, you will need to purchase a ticket. Our policy is that anyone that enters the property must have a ticket.

What's your weather policy?

Typically, October is our most dry month of the year. However, we are an outdoor venue in Florida. We plan to be open rain or shine, but in the event of a thunderstorm, we will close the maze if lightning is within 7-miles of the farm. Guests will be asked to go to their automobiles until bad weather passes.

Do you have a concession stand?

Yes. We have a concession stand with boiled peanuts, popcorn, candy and many other items. We also have soft drinks and bottled water.

Can I Bring a Large Group and Get a Discount?

Yes. We offer discounts to groups of 20 or more. All schools and church groups are welcome. Contact Ryan at (850)557-0471 to arrange for your group discount.

What does the corn maze cost?

General Admission is $10 and is for ages 10 and up. Children Admission is $5 for ages four to nine. Ages 3 and under are free.

Frequently Asked Questions

What should I wear?

We’re jeans and t-shirts kinda folks. Dress comfortably and we recommend you wear good shoes. Keep in mind, we have livestock and they create lots of opportunities to make you wish you are wearing good closed-toed shoes!

Can I bring my pet?

While we love animals, unfortunately we cannot allow pets on the farm. For the safety of our livestock and your little fur baby, we ask that you refrain from bringing your pet. Service animals are always allowed.

Do you have bathrooms?

We have port-a-potties next to the barn.  We also have a hand washing station with soap and water and hand-sanitizer.

What items are available at the farm store?

Our beef, pork, poultry and honey is available at the Farm Store. We also sell T-Shirts, ball caps, homemade soaps, candles and more.

How do you raise your chickens?

We mill feed for our pigs and chickens. Our feed consists of corn (either grown here on the farm or locally grown by other farmers we know and trust), oats, perennial peanut hay and mineral supplementation to support specific nutritional needs of each animal species. We move the chickens everyday, so they get a consistent diet of bugs, grubs, grass seeds and worms. In other words, they live like a chicken! These daily movement also helps with pasture fertilization and parasite mitigation.

Is your farm located on a paved road?

Our farm is located at 6512 Americus Road in Marianna, Florida on a dirt road! More often than not, our dirt road is in pretty good shape. However, just like any dirt road, during times of heavy rain or extreme dry weather, the road can be a bit rough around the edges. Drive with caution and take your time - we'll be here.

How Organic Are You?

We aren’t certified organic or certified naturally grown (and honestly, probably never will be...the labels in today’s food culture can be fairly misleading). We’re open and transparent. Stop by and see us. We’ll give you a tour of the farm and show you how we raise animals and build soil. We’re a ‘bee friendly’ farm: if it’s bad for the bees, we avoid it.

Do You Use Antibiotics?

Our farm migrates; meaning that we move the cows everyday, we move the chickens and until Hurricane Michael, we were moving the hogs every two to four weeks. The movement helps mitigate parasitic load, so antibiotic treatment is almost unheard of on our farm. Movement also dramatically decreases the use of synthetic fertilizers. If and when we do have a health issue with a cow or pig, we treat it. We call our vet and get her advice and follow accordingly.