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Corn Dawgs maze near Gwinnett closing after 9 years

The Corn Dawgs maze in Loganville will not open this fall, it announced on its website.

The maze has been open for nine consecutive fall seasons, plowing corn into patriotic designs and slogans including “United We Stand” and “Back the Blue,” as well as designs modeled after Braves legend Chipper Jones and Atlanta-based Coca-Cola. 


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“I will miss seeing the smiles on the faces of our guests, both young and old,” said owner Misty Duren on the attraction’s website. “I feel fortunate that we were able to provide a place for families to come and have fun each fall and am so grateful to the Walton County community for their support over all these years.”

Duren did not give a specific reason for the maze’s closing.

However, the facility is not completely closed. It hosted the CornDawgs Pro Rodeo over Labor Day weekend and is available to rent for special events. 

Corn Dawgs is located at 955 Leone Ave. in Loganville.


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