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Uncle Shucks Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch, Dawsonville

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  • Big Corn Maze which was a lot of fun. A great way to spend time with the family. They also offer a haunted maze close to Halloween. They have vendors who offer snacks and cold drinks. Port-o-Potty are...  more »
  • My son and I did the corn maze...all sections and I think we walked over 3 miles....then he did the corn shooter and really loved it! The face painting lady was very nice! We will go back next year. 
  • We didn't have a ton of time so we opted not to do the corn maize (was told it takes about an hour) but there was hardly any other activities for kids. We paid for the corn cannon, he climbed on the t...  more »
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  • We went on the first cool night of the year and had a great time. Our kids enjoyed running through the corn maze and playing around in the kids area. If you go at dusk you can do the corn maze in the daylight, but then they have a bonfire when it gets dark where they give you marshmallows with your hayride ticket. They also have pumpkins to purchase and at a pretty good price too. The corn maze is different every year so, no reason not to come back each time. It can get busy but it's worth it.
  • Everything is really well designed and well marked. 3 things (hayride, haunted trail, and corn maze) for only $21! Good deal! Caveat: we were given a heads up by the staff to get here no later than 6pm to do all 3 by close (10 pm). I haven't done the haunt yet but I think this is REALLY good advice!
  • Haunted maze the BEST! I took my 14 yr old granddaughter last weekend. She loves Halloween and we've visited every haunted house, trail, ect. She loved this one...said it was even better than Netherworld!
  • - Some staff (older might I add) rude and unprofessional and they don't follow their own rule. The first part of the haunted maze we didn't like... just women or young girls screaming very high-pitched right in you face or ear. The ending/middle part was good. We brought two children and felt comfortable doing so because 1. They really wanted to do it 2. The staff told us many times before we went in that if the kids or anyone gets scared to put your hand on your head and the actors will stop. This was a lie. In fact, one actor mentioned that someone had their hand on their head and the other actors around him didn't stop...kept coming toward the children. Right before you go in there's a group of staff. One lady was nice and talking with us. When we moved up a little, however, that same lady said to another staff member, " Isn't she too young to go through there?" And the other one responded with, " No. That's just bad parenting." We could clearly hear there conversation. Also, the concession stands were unorganized. Waited in one line that said Coke products on a sign to then be told we have to go in the other line to get coke because they only carry water. The man also stated the other line is cash only. There were no signs to state whether something was credit or cash only and the one sign they did have in that line that says coke products was false. Seemed a bit expensive for what it was. The ticket lines go fairly quick, but the line to get in takes forever.
  • Had a great time, went this evening and decided to do both the regular maze and the haunted maze. Normal maze was fun, a lot harder than you would think to find a couple spots on a Map lol. The haunted maze was very cool and a lot scarier than i expected. Thought we would just be walking around in the corn and have some stuff come out but was not the case. Honestly it's a little freaky walking up to something that looks like a house in the middle of a cornfield. Much different than anything haunted we have done before. I now have a fear of Teddy Bears, I'll leave it at that lol. The goats were so cute and the hayride was ok. It was cool though that they drop you off at a bonfire with marshmallows. All and all, we had a great time. We will definitely be visiting again in the future.