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A Must Do! Scott’s Corn Maze Adventure At Long and Scott Farms

Published October 23, 2013 by Scott Parker

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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.

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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.

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