Fall is in the air and that means time for corn mazes and pumpkin patches!
Owners of the Corndodgers farm in Headland have constructed their annual corn maze and are ready to start their season this weekend.
"It's our fourth year of operation. We've added a lot of new things this year and we're just really excited to get going."
But it's not just a corn maze....the fall attraction has everything from a corn canon to a jumping pillow and even a petting zoo.
"This year our big addition is our Corndodgers Country Critters. We've built a new barn to house our pony rides and also putting a petting zoo in there.
But Knight says getting all of this ready wasn't easy.
They've experienced everything from drought to torrential downpours in the past few years.
"The first year it rained all the time, then we had two years of severe drought and of course we did see a decrease in business those years. The corn was just really hard to get to grow."
Aplin Farms is also preparing their fall festivities.
Aplin says his pumpkins almost didn't make it through the rough weather.
"We had about 18 to 20 inches of rain and it really got the pumpkin patch wet and we thought they were gonna die but they survived through it."
Although Aplin Farms doesn't open their pumpkin patch and corn maze until October, Aplin says he is expecting a lot of visitors.
"We have a pumpkin patch, we do rides to and from the pumpkin patch. You can pick your own pumpkin in the field or we've got pumpkins here at the barn. You can do the corn maze and we have an animal barn where the kids can see the animals."
So get ready to fall for fun in the Wiregrass.
Festivities begin as early as this weekend.