News Release: 9/9/2019

Corn Maze Celebrates Dawson County
DAWSONVILLE, GEORGIA- August 29, 2019: A long-time staple in Dawson County will be kicking off its fall season with a new look and location.
Uncle Shuck’s Corn Maze is now located at 125 Bannister Road in Dawsonville. The maze is slated to open Saturday, September 14 at 10 a.m.
Every year, Uncle Shuck’s designs the corn maze with a theme. This year, Uncle Shuck’s has partnered with the Dawson County Office of Tourism Development to create a maze that is sure to wow and challenge its visitors.
“We can’t wait for visitors to see and experience the corn maze at Uncle Shuck’s this year,” Dawson County Office of Tourism Development President, Christie Moore, said. “The design will bring a challenge to maze-goers of all ages. It is a great reflection of some of the exciting activities that can be enjoyed in our community.”
In an intricate and creative way, the corn maze features the outline of Dawson County, Amicalola Falls, sunflowers, fishing, an Appalachian Trail hiker and of course, moonshine. The corn maze is 14 acres and has approximately four miles of trails.
“In planning this design with the team at Uncle Shuck’s, we wanted to showcase and celebrate all the wonderful activities people can enjoy when they visit Dawson County,” Moore said. “From taking family pictures in the sunflower fields at Fausett Farms to picking the perfect pumpkins at Burt’s Farm to capturing the picturesque scenery at Amicalola Falls, Dawson County is blessed with an abundance of family friendly adventures, particularly in autumn. We were thrilled to be given the opportunity by Uncle Shucks to help create a corn maze design that celebrates the beauty and experiences Dawson County has to offer.”  

In addition to the corn maze, Uncle Shucks has plenty for attendees to see and do including a pumpkin patch, towering goat walk, jumping pad, refreshments and more.
For more information about Uncle Shucks, visit the website at or call 770-772-6223. For more information about planning a fall trip to Dawson County, please visit or call 706-265-6278