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Long And Scott Farms


At Long & Scott Farms, Inc, farming is in our blood. It's what our family has been doing for generations. We hope you will visit our Country Market & Cafe, and check-out our local grown produce. Come get lost in our 7 acres of field corn. Get to know us and enjoy what we have to offer.

About Us

Frank Scott, Jr. and Billy Long grew up on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Billy, who had been a Zellwood "muck farmer" for years, talked Frank into coming to Florida in 1963. Frank D. Scott, Jr., along with his wife Becky and their three children, Hank, Marks and Rebecca, moved to Florida to establish Long & Scott Farms on 100 acres of land.

For the next 30 plus years Frank expanded Long & Scott Farms to 1,200 acres as they produced Zellwood Sweet Corn, pickling cucumbers and both red & green cabbage, along with a variety of other produce. Following the sale of the Apopka muck farms in 1998, Billy Long moved on to retirement, while Frank Scott semi-retired. He still oversees operations at the farm each day, while his son Hank now manages the farm. Frank's daughter, Rebecca Scott Ryan manages Scott's Maze Adventures and his youngest son Marks, who also once worked at the farm, manages his own nursery, PlowBoys Horticulture,along with his wife, Mary. Hank's children, Sonny and Haley represent the 4th generation of the Scott family's  farming tradition and they remain proud of their history and land which they have overseen for close to 50 years.


M Patt

Friday, April 27, 2018
Great Day on the Farm! Best corn mazes in October, a seasonal Market at the Farm, Great After noon break at the Farms Cafe. Friendly Folks & Good Times! I hope they bring back " You Pick Strawberries"! Sign up for thier newsletter for seasonal events! Best Farm Ever!

Sunny Rose Marie

Friday, March 16, 2018
Great place to go with children or just on a date. Awesome corn mazes. One is made for children wile the other is alot more challenging. Places for children to play...and places for parents to rest! They sell food there in food stands and bottled water. I recommend casual attire.

Victoria Sartori Acree

Thursday, May 10, 2018
We had the best time when we went here for a corn maze in the fall. It was so much fun and quite reasonably priced.

Erin Bailey Smith

Sunday, Dec. 10, 2017
Great place. Took our girl scout troop on the last day of the corn maze. Was half off. Kids loved it. Playground, maze, giant slide, air tunnel and zip line, bounce area all included with general admission. Able to buy hayride, fishing and concessions. Also they sell patches as well of you need fun patches for a troop.

Audrey Warren

Sunday, Oct. 22, 2017
Be prepared! In late October it was very hot! Bring water, umbrellas for shade, hats, etc to keep cooler. There is a lot to do here for kids and as 2 adults, we still had fun. However, I may wait until later in the year next time...or when a cooler front moves in. There are a few vendors to buy drinks or snacks and a little market that sells fresh vegetables and jams. They have different mazes and a hayride, too. The hayride is extra but the other mazes are included in the entrance fee. When starting, they herd you into a small hot building to watch a "safety" video and then let you loose...through a cement tunnel. We did not find everything, got too hot, but had a fun afternoon.

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