• Farmers Market
  • Flower Fields
  • Orchard
  • Pick Your Own
  • Pumpkin Patch

  Amazing Grace Crop Maze is owned and operated by Justin and Kelly Mosley. They have been married since 2004.  Justin and Kelly’s passion for serving the Lord, their family and others can be seen through their long list of volunteer efforts at their church, in the agricultural community, and with local charities.

     Justin and Kelly completed a 2-year leadership development program with the Florida Farm Bureau’s Young Farmer and Rancher Leadership Committee.  They continue to remain active in Farm Bureau and other agricultural organizations.  Justin and Kelly Mosley were named the 2010 Florida Farm Bureau Young Farmer and Rancher Excellence in Agriculture Award winners and represented Florida at the American Farm Bureau YFR Excellence in Agriculture Competition where they placed in the top 10.

     Kelly was named the University of Florida College of Agriculture and Life Science’s Horizon Alumni Award recipient for 2013.  They have one daughter, Maggie Grace Mosley. Their ultimate goal is to raise Maggie Grace in a Christ-centered home on their 6th generation family farm.

Mission Statement:

Amazing Grace Crop Maze is committed to being good stewards of God’s blessings by providing safe family-oriented entertainment while teaching visitors about the agriculture industry.

Q Why is it called a crop maze, and not a corn maze?

It is called a crop maze because it is actually sorghum that is planted. For more information about sorghum check out www.sorghumcheckoff.com

Q What should I wear?

It can be muddy out here; wear appropriate clothing, hats, and closed-toed shoes.

Q What should I bring?

AG Crop Maze suggests bringing sunscreen, bug spray and a camera.

Q Are pets allowed?

NO pets are allowed except service animals.

Q Are discounts combinable?

No, discounts may not be combined.

Q Is the maze haunted?

NO, AG Crop Maze is fun for the whole family. There wont be any scares.

Q Is professional photography allowed?

If photographers are going to visit the farm on a Friday or Saturday when it is open to the public, the photographer and clients must pay admission to the farm. Photographers can’t bring any large props or disturb the experience of other customers. Please email info@agcropmaze.com for additional information.

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