The Buford Corn Maze is working hard to provide a family-oriented, fun-filled place for you and your guests. To help make your experience a success, we’ve included some information that will assist you in preparing for your visit with us.
What to Wear
Buford Corn Maze is an outdoor event. It is necessary for you to wear appropriate clothing based on the weather conditions. For example, be sure to bring hats, visors, sunscreen, etc. during hot weather, and rubber boots during or right after really wet weather. Always wear sturdy footwear such as running shoes (open-toed shoes are not recommended) and come with comfortable clothing! Because this is a family-oriented place, please no swimsuits.
We want to keep our guests and employees safe and healthy, so we encourage everyone to please wear masks and practice social distancing while visiting Buford Corn Maze.
Remember that this is an outdoor event and we are in a field, so you may come in contact with pollen, dust, and insects such as mosquitoes and bees. Although there is nothing out of the ordinary that you couldn’t come into contact anywhere else, we do suggest that each individual bring their own allergy medications, EpiPens, etc., if necessary.
Length of Stay
You are welcome to stay with us as long as you like. On average, families and groups spend three to four hours with us. We recommend you choose your length of stay based on your family’s or group’s needs.
We love animals, but there are many people who are not comfortable around them. Therefore, pets are not permitted at Buford Corn Maze. The only exception is for registered service animals.
Buford Corn Maze tries to ensure that our site remains accessible. As you are visiting a field, there is no pavement or sidewalks, so sometimes our site may get a little mucky in spots after heavy rains. Usually our site dries within an hour or two after a rain. If you are wondering what the conditions are like, just check our Facebook page for the most recent information. If you are still unsure, you can contact us. We’re here to help.