Halloween means corn mazes, and there are quite a few really great ones in Louisiana. Let's take a look at a handful that have been dubbed "The Best Corn Mazes in Louisiana"!

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Best Corn Mazes in Louisiana

Corn mazes are pretty much the original Escape Rooms in a way.

Halloween corn mazes provide a fun and exciting way for people of all ages to celebrate the Halloween season.

Whether you're looking for a family-friendly outing or a heart-pounding scare, there's likely a corn maze experience to suit your preferences.

Some are simple and straightforward, while others are more elaborate and incorporate themed elements related to Halloween, such as spooky decorations, scarecrows, or haunted house elements.

In Louisiana, we have quite a few great corn mazes for our Halloween, but which ones are the best of the best?

The gang over at bestthingsla.com have done the leg work and come up a list of Louisiana corn mazes you should check out this Halloween season.

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LSU AgCenter Botanical Gardens, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

The LSU AgCenter does it big for the Fall and Halloween season, pulling out all of the stops with "tractor pulls, a petting zoo, haystack climbing mountain, giant slingshot, and hay rides" according to bestthingsla.com.

Located at 4560 Essen Lane in Baton Rouge, the corn maze will be open October 7, 8, 14, 21 and 28.

No tickets will be available at the gate, so get your tickets in advance at ticketspice.com.

Cajun Country Corn Maze, Pine Grove, Louisiana

Located at 40833 Highway 16 Amite, Louisiana, The Cajun Country Corn Maze is constructed from a cornfield that covers 7.5 acres.

Cajun Country Corn Maze will be open beginning October 14.

For more information, call 1-877-843-9421 or visit them at cajuncountrycorn.com.

Barn Hill Preserve Corn Maze, Ethel, Louisiana

Barn Hill Preserve in Ethel, La is known for many great things including having a great corn maze.

Located at 11342 Highway 955 East in Ethel, La, this is a place the whole family will make lifelong memories.

Find out more HERE.

DixieMaze Farms, Shreveport, Louisiana

DixieMaze Farms, located at 9596 Sentell Rd in Shreveport, La looks like a really fun Halloween must see.

From hauntedcornmazes.com -

"There is nothing quite like a dark, eerie cornfield to get your blood boiling. Add some dedicated spooks, crazy cajuns and who knows what else - and you're in for a real thrill."

They also offer Zombie Paintball, the Trail of Terror, and more.

Head to dixiemazefarms.com for more information.

Curry Farms, Rayville, Louisiana

Curry Farms, located at 548 Robinson Dr in Rayville, La has something for everyone. From their corn maze to their pumpkin patch, hay rides and more, you're definitely in for a great time!

Learn more at curryfarms.net.

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