Welcome to Oakes Farm's Corn Maze, Pumpkin Patch and Haunted Trail of Doom Corn Maze. You're Lost! You're Laughing! You Love It! Consider yourself invited! Oakes Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch is your destination for farm fun in East Tennessee. This combination of agriculture and entertainment is sure to both challenge and entertain your whole family.
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Activities at this Site
Two Corn Mazes, hayrides, the mine shaft, animal exhibit, giant slide, bouncing pillow, kid's corn maze, hay maze, pedal karts, tire mountain play area, The Mound–a king of the hill type experience, rat racers, farm scene investigation game, giant sand play area, quad slides, downhill derby–an interactive floating pumpkin race, inflatable kid's jumpie, steer roping, tether-ball, and food concessions. Take a hayride to purchase your own pumpkin! Corn Mazes are designed by national artist, Shawn Stolworthy and his designs can be viewed on MazePlay.com
Hours OpenMid-Sepember thru End of October: Thurs-Fri 10 a.m.-10 p.m., Saturdays (Sept) 10 a.m.-10 p.m. / Saturdays (Oct) 10 a.m.-11 p.m., Sundays 1 p.m.-6 p.m.
Seasons OpenAdults (11 and up)–$10, Children (3-10)–$8, Add a pumpkin–$5, Group discounts available, Hayride and pumpkin–$8, Hayride only $3 (under 3 ride free)
Price Style for this EstablishmentOutdoor venue
Oakes Farm has gone green and uses solar panels to power many of the farm functions.
How to Get There
Take the Knoxville Center exit (Exit 8) off I-640.
Go north on Washington Pike 10 miles.
Turn left onto Corryton Road, go 2.3 miles, and the farm is on the right.
From Maynardville SR33 to 144E (Ailor Gap), continue straight at intersection of SR131. Farm and signs will be on your left.