A Dream Come True for Two Farm Families

 

Buford Corn Maze is the culmination of a lifelong dream started by our founder and president Rodney Miller, and his wife Kendra, that eventually intersected with two close friends – co-owners Jerome and Tina Beggs. All four grew up on family farms and are dedicated to promoting an appreciation and education of American rural life through the Buford Corn Maze.

Founded in 2008, the Buford Corn Maze is located on a 32-acre family farm that dates back to the early 1800s. The Winnie Roberts Tutton Farm, passed from generation to generation in the family, is now owned by Cal Watford.

The Millers and Beggs have grown the business from a “broken-down pickup truck and a tent” to one of the most popular corn maze entertainment venues in the state and even the USA – as Buford Corn Maze has been recognized by Country Living magazine as one of the top corn mazes anywhere in the country.

Over the past decade, the Corn Maze has expanded to include a whole lot more good old-fashioned fun for families and children with the special Kids CORNer area, a Haunted Forest, pumpkin patch and more. In fact, the Buford Corn Maze is growing into a year-round attraction with a new farm education program.

Rodney Miller and Jann Carl: Co-hosts of the Small Town Big Deal television show

Our “Farm Experience Center” is being planned to offer a glimpse into rural life and agricultural history with hands-on exhibits such as live farm animals, tractors and equipment.

If Rodney looks familiar, it’s because when he’s not working at Buford Corn Maze with his partners, or on his Georgia farm, he is co-host of Small Town Big Deal, a nationally syndicated television show airing on 285 stations across America every week and on the Armed Forces Network.