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Corn Dawgs Corn Maze, Loganville

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3.2/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web
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  • It was quite a drive for us​ there​ but worth it. ​When you pull in there is plenty parking that is free. ​It is a little walk to the actual ticket booth and its on uneven footing. You definitely want...  read more »
  • Drove from Florida to the corn dawgs. everything there was very clean. the people were nice and helpful. each activity station was manned and fun. even the ring on the hook game, A very simple game bu...  read more »
  • We live near Corn Dawgs and have visited this corn maze and outdoor attraction many times. Originally the prices were affordable for repeat visits. Over the years though, the prices have gone up and f...  read more »
  • Operational trainwreck. With all these people paying a fortune to visit, you would think they could afford to put 1 more person at the entrance to run credit cards. Nope, they have 1 person collecting cash, and 1 running cards. 30 minutes in line to get in is a joke, especially with anxious kids. 1 food station for hundreds of people. 30 minutes in line for a hot dog. And they charge tax instead of building it into the price like any normal concession stand would. Change annoys me. Put up a hot dog stand or something. There is a bbq place this time which is new, but it's pricey and the pork sandwich was served cold. Still good though Kids enjoy the place. It's the same thing every year. No reinvestment, just rinse and repeat. They must make a fortune for what they charge.
  • Very expensive. Canceled the Groupon weekend and would not provide information on how to get our money back. Rescheduled the groupon weekend for after Halloween which means nobody could get an automatic refund. Too many other pumpkin patches, corn mazes, etc in the area than to deal with this one.
  • I would have preferred not paying $12 per person, especially since only the little one participated in any activities. Originally she had the general admission armband, but once we started walking around, we realized the better activities required at least three tokens ($1 each). Once we upgraded her armband to the unlimited one ($25), she had a better time. Most of the activities were geared toward younger children, so I'm not sure if it's worth taking the older ones (pre-teens/teens). There's a concession stand although we didn't eat there. The toilets were surprisingly clean. I'm not sure if it's standard there, but the stalls we visited had real, flushing toilets. Parking is ample, but it's on grass. Beware after an especially rainy day if you don't have an SUV.
  • Enjoyed this place however the pumpkins were way over priced!
  • I have never posted a negative review about a business before, I prefer to just not do business with then any longer. This is different because I would like to save anyone going some major $$$$. This place is hugely overpriced, disorganized and in some areas unsafe. Parking is on dirt, so if it rains it will be very muddy (I did not see grass). The line to get in was very long & slow moving. There is only two (2) booths to pay, no signs posted as to how it works. So every customer coming to the window has to be told, then they ask questions, long and short, it takes a while. Then you step inside to have your arm band put on. The bands are the sticky kind, so if you don't know what your doing it can take 2 or 3 tries to get it right on your wrist, only 2 people doing it, so again that takes a while! Let's talk price; general admission is $12.00 per person (exception is 55+ is $10.00 / 3 and under is free). That general admission allows you to do about 21 things free. Those 21 things are not so great, very basic. However, the really cool things are any where from 1-5 tokens, which cost $1.00 per token. Most of the "cool" things are 3-5 tokens. OR you can buy an "all-inclusive band" for $25.00 per person. That includes everything "all day", exception is 2 shots on the corn cannon, 1 bag for gem mining, 2 shots on the bottle blaster & 1 bag of food for petting zoo. Honestly, your children will have just as much fun at a good free playground. Then take them to Yellow River Game Ranch Petting Zoo (which is great, by the way), in Lilburn off of Highway 78, admission is $7.00. My husband and I took our grandchildren, ages 6 & 4. Their favorite was the animals. We spent about $65.00 (after buying tokens). Only 1 of us slid down the mountain slide. Let's talk mountain slide, you grab a burlap bag, climb a hill then there are 3 slides to use (1 goes underground and 2 are side by side. The 1 on the left is damaged and has large bumps sticking up. Those bumps really throw you around, then cause you to swerve into the side which has screws sticking out. I had my granddaughter on my lap and held onto her for dear life. Everything is geared more towards little children. It was a total waste to spend $10.00 for adults. A gentleman said the underground slide was full of rocks that children had thrown up there, it is unsupervised. We bought tokens once we got inside, there is only 1 person at the booth, no sign as to how it works, so again the person has to explain, customers have questions, they explain and again... it takes a while. That same line is where you rent the wagons, which is a great deal, but you have to wait in that very long line, leave your drivers license as collateral and then return to that long line to pay and get your license. We were there on a Sunday, which I would think would be a busy day for them and therefore staffed appropriately. I gave it 3 stars because our grandchildren had fun, as grandparents that's what we do, spend money on them! They do sell food there, with a very nice covered area to eat. We brought our own picnic and at least saved money there. They do allow you to bring in a cooler and eat inside the park. The pictures on the website are deceiving, it is not that big and grand!
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