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Long & Scott Farms, Mount Dora

(3.7/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web)
Billy Long and Frank Scott, Jr. were childhood friends from the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Billy, who had been a Zellwood "muck farmer" for years, talked Frank into joining him in Florida in 1963. Frank D. Scott, Jr., along with his wife Becky and their three children, Hank, Marks and Rebecca, moved to Florida to establish Long & Scott Farms on 100 acres of land. For the next 30 plus years Frank expanded Long & Scott Farms to 1,200 acres as they produced Zellwood Sweet Corn, pickle cucumbers and both red & green cabbage, along with a variety of other produce.

Following the sale of the Apopka muck farms in 1998, Billy Long moved on to retirement, while Frank Scott semi-retired. He still oversees operations at the farm each day, while his son Hank now manages the farm. Frank's daughter Rebecca Scott Ryan manages Scott's Maze Adventures and his youngest son Marks, who also once worked at the farm, manages his own nursery, PlowBoys Horticulture, along with his wife, Mary. Hank's son Sonny and daugher Haley represents the 4th generation of the Scott family's farming tradition and they remain proud of their history and land which they have overseen for more than 48 years.
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  • We visited to take our granddaughter strawberry picking. Nice country farm but a bit "disjointed" is the only way I can describe it. All and all, a nice way to spend a little time on the farm with the...  more »
  • Ordered our tickets online for the corn maze, so only had a short wait out front. Brief movie delayed us from our fun, but we could understand. Once set free we tried three of the mazes. The big one w...  more »
  • I did the corn maze for the first time. Thank goodness I was with people who had done it before. We got through in about 45 minutes. They have a lot of other activities there also for kids. 
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  • Finally got out to Long and Scott's annual Corn Maze this weekend. It was VERY busy, but I was amazed at how well they manage crowds! Between that and the overall friendliness of everyone there (guests included), we had a great time. Oh! The corn maze itself was awesome, as usual. :-)
  • The corn was amazing!!! Best we have had since we moved from Michigan. Also a fun place for the whole family. A lot to do!!
  • The corn maze, other mazes and playground were a lot of fun for my son. Great steamed corn and fresh produce too.
  • Would have never known this place existed if it wasn't for the corn maze. We had a great time at the corn maze and also shopping at your Farmers Market.
  • Omg the best place for food and gifts!!!