A Must Do! Scott’s Corn Maze Adventure At Long and Scott Farms
Published October 23, 2013 by Scott Parker
Childhood friends, Billy Long and Frank Scott, Jr., established this working farm in 1963 and are happy to be celebrating 50 years in farming this year. Long & Scott Farms is best known for it’s Zellwood Sweet Corn, pickling cucumbers and both red and green cabbage.
We arrived on a warm Saturday morning and could not wait to find our way through Scott’s Corn Maze. This year marked the 10th year of Scott’s Corn Maze and I have to say, it was HUGE! Each year marks a new theme and this year the theme is “Fighting Hunger, Feeding Hope”. This 6 acre trails of confusion through corn stalks is cut into the shapes of vegetables and the logo of it’s partner, Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida. I don’t know who had more fun choosing which direction to go, the kids or Kristi and I.
THINGS TO KNOW: Scott’s Maze Adenture is located at 26216 County Road 448A, Mt. Dora, FL 32757 This years event will run through December 15th. Hours of Operations: Saturday/Sunday 9:00a-5:00p (last admission sold at 3:00p) In addition, they will be OPEN to the General Public on the following dates: Wednesday, November 27th 10a-5p Friday, November 29th 10a-5p
Disclaimer: I received complimentary tickets for this activity in exchange for my time and efforts in creating this post. All thoughts and opinions are my own.