7 Best Corn Mazes to Visit This Fall
Traversing and getting lost in a gigantic corn maze is a fun fall activity for the whole family. There are hundreds of corn mazes throughout America, but if you’re looking for suggestions, here are seven best corn mazes to visit this fall.
1. Davis Mega Corn Maze, Sterling
Davis Mega Corn Maze in Sterling, MA, is 53 miles
from Boston and 53 miles
from Providence, RI. It was launched in 1998, across the street from Davis Farmland, spread out over eight acres of corn and three miles of twisting and puzzling pathways. You need to do some work to get yourself out of this challenging labyrinth.
This award-winning corn maze has bridges that provide lookout spots, and if you’re hungry or thirsty, you can stop at the Snack Shack. The farm offers ample activities, including a petting farm, paintball shooting gallery, zip-lining, giant tube slides, and much more.
2. Treinen Farm Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch, Lodi
The over 200 acre Treinen Farm in Lodi, WI, has been a working farm for 200 years. Treinen Farm became the go-to place for fall activities ever since the current owners added the corn maze in 2001.
It will take around 45 minutes to several hours to navigate this epic corn maze. Complete the maze and head over to the pumpkin patch to pick your own pumpkins. The farm has over 20 varieties of pumpkins grown on the farm.
Note: You have to pay extra for the pumpkins at all the farms.
Admission tickets to Treinen Farm
include hiking trails, scenic overlook, tractor tire playground, and outdoor farm play areas.
Lodi is 26 miles
from Madison and 95 miles
3. Wilcox Farm Corn Maze, Boyertown
With eight miles of trails winding through 25 acres maze of corn, Wilcox Farm Corn Maze
in Boyertown, PA, will provide hours of fun for families with older kids. At the same time, those with little ones will enjoy the kid's corn maze and play area.
Pick your own pumpkins, buy the freshest vegetables, and check out the farm’s ice cream parlor. There are over 20 different flavors, and there’s undoubtedly one that will satisfy your sweet tooth.
Boyertown is 48 miles
from Philadelphia and 155 miles
from Washington DC.
4. The Great Vermont Corn Maze, Danville
Known as the largest corn maze in New England, the 24-acre Great Vermont Corn Maze has three miles of trails, a 32-foot underground tunnel, and several bridges, and it takes at least two hours to complete. If you prefer a shorter walk, try the Scenic Maze. It requires only around 40 minutes and offers panoramic views of the corn maze.
Danville is around 68 miles
from Burlington and 138 miles
from Manchester, VT.
5. Richardson Farm, Spring Grove
For the world’s largest and challenging corn maze, go to Richard Farm in Spring Grove, IL. Wander through the 9.7-mile trail spread out across 28 acres of corn. You have to do your work to find your way out of this massive corn maze. The farm also grows thousands of pumpkins of all sizes. Pick a few before you leave for home.
Spring Grove is 67 miles
from Chicago and 55 miles
6. Cool Patch Pumpkins, Dixon
Matt Cooley started Cool Patch Pumpkins
in 2001, and he changes the design every year. The farm is one of Northern California’s premier pumpkin picking and corn maze destinations, with 50 different varieties of pumpkins, gourds, squash, and corn. The corn maze is challenging, and you’re bound to lose your way in this massive place.
Dixon is located 65 miles
from San Francisco and 23 miles
7. Green Acres Corn Maze, Casper
Besides the corn maze, you’ll find family fun activities like a petting farm, pumpkin patch, gemstone mining, apple blaster, and corn pit at Green Acres Corn Maze. The maze covers ten acres and three different paths.
Kids can get on the barrel train, tractor, and pumpkin carts around the farm and on one side of the corn maze too. The farm doesn’t have a pumpkin patch, but there are pumpkins for sale at the farm. City kids can get a taste of country life at Green Acres Corn Maze.
Casper, WY, is 178 miles
from Cheyenne and 280 miles