Corn Maze Guide Southeastern Wisconsin Waukesha County

16 Corn Mazes in South East Wisconsin

This Corn Maze Guide is sponsored by Basses Taste of Country.

Have you been to a corn maze? They are so much fun! (Just don’t get lost 😉 ) Here are our top 16 favorite SE Wisconsin corn mazes to go have an adventure and make some fun memories with your family.  Some farms listed have scary corn mazes, some are family friendly, and some are spooky at night!  South East Wisconsin is a fall wonderland. Make sure you check out Lake Country Family Fun’s other fall guides HERE!

Washington County Mazes

Basses Corn Maze 2021

BASSE’S TASTE OF COUNTRY 3190 County Line Q  Colgate, WI  53017

They are a family-owned and operated farm that offers family-orientated fun and educational activities all season long! To enjoy all the fun each year, please visit their ever growing and improving pumpkin farm with their fall fun packed PUMPKIN FESTIVAL! While there, check out their 2021 corn maze: The theme this year is DonkeyKong Barncade.

Pumpkin Fest is September 18th-October 31st Weekday Hours: 1:30pm – 5:30pm Weekend Hours: 10am – 5:30pm.

Basse’s had created one of the first corn mazes in Wisconsin, making corn mazes since 1998. The Basse’s have been creating fun and challenging corn mazes for the whole family to explore!

Join for their 2nd Annual…Apple & Sunflower Fest!!! 

Note: Basse’s is now cashless.

View them in our Pumpkin Farm Guide here.

MEADOWBROOK HAUNTED CORNFIELD 2970 Mile view Road, West Bend, WI 53095

Their Creepy & Haunted Cornfield will be fun in 2021! Dates TBD. The Meadowbrook Pumpkin Farm has three different types of Cornfield experiences:
  • The Haunted Cornfield with live actors
    • Haunted Cornfield experience is a  MUST SEE – MUST DO – ONE OF A KIND adventure.  Enjoy our Bonfire while you muster up the courage to make your way through the haunted cornfield Filled with live actors, fog, specialty sound effects, action creatures, and light effects. It is geared for older kids & adults. This farm-style haunt takes 40-45 minutes to complete. Ages 12 and under are NOT RECOMMENDED, but use your own judgement.     
  • The Daytime Creepy Cornfield
    • Great for family fun! This creepy exhibition/haunt takes about 40 minutes to complete. Designed for exciting, creepy,  startling thrilling family fun! Parents will have a great time participating with their children as they   get involved in exploring the characters and scenes. Most kids can handle this fine. You know your kids best. If you think they cannot handle it, use discretion. The Daytime Creepy Cornfield is not very gory, gross, or startling.
  • Night-time Family and Children-friendly Creepy Cornfield
    • This is the same as the haunted Cornfield, but without actors. The Creepy Cornfield is geared for couples, those lighter at heart, and families with smaller children that don’t wish the environment of an extreme haunt. We only send people through as family groups or couples at spacious intervals, making the experience super creepy in itself. (Most say it is hair-raising and even spookier & creepier than with the actors minus the startling scares)  It is a full 45 minutes of Spooky fun!

Find them in our Haunted House Guide and Pumpkin Farm Guide too!

Waukesha County Mazes

THE ELEGANT FARMER 1545 Main Street, Mukwonago, WI 53149

As part of their Harvest Fest, The Elegant Farmer offers a family-friendly corn maze with easy in and out access for all ages. Come experience the fun and laughter this farm scene corn maze is sure to provide. 2021 Corn Maze admission is $6.00. 2 and under are free. This come experience the corn maze design features Come experience the fun and laughter this 75th Anniversary design corn maze is sure to provide. Dates are Sept 11- Oct 24, 10 am-5pm, Sat & Sun Only.

See their listing in the You Pick Apple Guide and the Pumpkin Farm Guide.

SCHUETT FARMS W299 S6370 State Road 83, Mukwonago, WI 53149

Per their Facebook, “This year we used GPS technology to plant the corn maze field. Each row of the corn planter turned on and off as we planted to create the maze…. so we won’t have to cut the maze by hand!!!” The design says their name in cursive, Schuett Farms. The corn maze is not haunted, and is open during daylight hours. It is about 9 acres and over 3 miles of path. Don’t get lost in the maze while searching for the checkpoints. The corn maze opens Sept 25, 2021 and will be open Monday through Friday noon until 6:00 pm and Saturday and Sunday 10:00 am through 6:00 pm. They also have a family friendly nighttime flashlight maze on Friday and Saturday nights in October. The day time corn maze is $6 per person; nighttime maze is $8 per person. Children 2 and under are free.

See their listing in the Pumpkin Farm Guide.

LINDERS PUMPKIN FARM 19075 W Cleveland Ave, New Berlin, WI

The Lindner Pumpkin Farm is located nearby in New Berlin, WI. At the Lindner Pumpkin farm you can expect fun and friendly service with activities for all ages without having to worry about spending too much. Families will love the large assortment of animals in the petting zoo, plentiful pumpkins, kids games, and a corn maze for all ages is sure to be a good time.

It is Opening September 18th and will be open from 10AM til 6PM daily through Saturday October 31st.

No admission fee and parking is free. Activity costs vary but bring food donation for New Berlin food pantry for $1.00 off. The petting zoo and corn maze will be available for you to enjoy. The Big Backyard playground and Pumpkin Express Barrel train are sure to please.

Entrance to the Petting Zoo and Lindners Big Back Yard is $5.00 per person on Mondays through Thursdays and $6.00 per person on Fridays ,Saturdays, and Sundays. You can save $1.00 per person with a non-perishable food donation for the New Berlin Food Pantry. Pumpkin Express Barrel Train is $2.00 per child. Pumpkin Bowling is $2.00 Per person. Children under 2 years old are free.

See their listing in the Pumpkin Farm Guide.

jefferson County Mazes

Busy Barns Adventure Farm W7675 US Hwy 12 Fort Atkinson, WI

Test your skills and knowledge in Busy Barns Adventure Farms Trivia Corn Maze.  Then explore their Acres of Adventures with over 40 fun and interactive activities for everyone.  Don’t forget to spend some time in the animal barn where you can cuddle and hug all the new baby critters.   Then jump on a hayride to pick the perfect pumpkin in their Pumpkin Patch and take a stroll through their field of golden Sunflowers where you can capture your families’ memories at fun photo op stops along the pathway.  

Busy Barns Adventure Farms Fall Festival is sure to be a day your family and friends will remember!  Their specialty is “Growing Memories and Harvesting Fun”   Open weekends September 18 through October 31 from 10:00 am – 5:00 pm. One price for a full day of fun.

See their listing in the Pumpkin Farm Guide and the Venue Guide.

JELLI’S MARKET N5648 S. FARMINGTON ROAD, HELENVILLE, WI 53137

Their FREE fall activities offered for the little ones include the selfie scavenger hunt, lawn jenga, connect four, corn bag toss, pumpkin checkers, tic-tac-toe, corn box and everyone’s favorite, Angry Birds For Real slingshot game!

For those a little bit older, they have a free corn maze!

See their listing in the Pumpkin Farm Guide.

dodge County Mazes

Waldvogel’s Farm N7416 County Road I Juneau, WI 53039

Navigate through a 9-acre corn maze at Waldvogel’s Farm. Get a bird’s eye view of the amazing design from the lookout tower. This year’s theme is Goatbusters. Always one of the best corn mazes in Wisconsin. Many people stop at Waldvogel’s Farm just for the corn maze. Cost: Included with Paid Admission Recommended Ages: 7+ (the maze can be challenging; please refrain from making your own paths through the corn stalks). The corn walk available for those shorter adventures. Fall Festival opens September 18th, 2021!

See them listed in our Pumpkin Farm Guide.

ozaukee County Mazes

Appleland Farm 4177 Highway 57 Fredonia, WI

In addition to a corn maze on the farm, there is so much more fun for the whole family! Appleland Farm Market has many varieties of apples, both U-Pick and Pre-Picked. They have pumpkins of all sizes (mini to giant) with wagon rides to the pumpkin patch. Continue the fun with a playground for the kids featuring an old fashioned tractor, sand tire pyramid and horse swings. They offer a picnic area overlooking the orchards and beautiful countryside.  They are open daily in-season. Sun-Wed 10-5 and Thu-Sat 9-6. Follow them on Facebook

See their listing in the You Pick Apple Guide and the Pumpkin Farm Guide.

Cedarburg Creek Farm 649 WI-60 Trunk, Cedarburg

NO ADMISSION FARM – They are family owned and operated business, where in the fall you can find a pumpkin patch, kid’s straw bale, a corn maze, and much more fall fun close to home. Add in no admission fees and FREE Hay Wagon Rides, and they are THE place for affordable family fun. They hope to become a place for your family to make memories year after year.

The corn maze is a great time when you are there! Opening September 18, 2021.

See their listing in the Pumpkin Farm Guide.

Creekside Valley Farm 13101 N Wauwatosa Road Mequon, WI 

Feel like getting lost for a bit? Do you like Trivia?  Enter their corn maze and find opportunities for both. Their corn maze is about 5 acres of curves and dead ends, but if you know your trivia you may have a better chance of getting out quicker. As you follow the paths you will answer trivia questions to help guide your way. Be careful if you answer incorrectly you will find yourself in a dead end.  Admission for the corn maze is $5.00 per person. 3 years and under are free. We also offer a few treats on the farm  that include, Caramel Corn, Cotton Candy, Cheese Corn, Cider and Water. They open their doors again Saturday September 17th.

View their listing in the Pumpkin Farm Guide.

Barthel Fruit Farm – 12246 N Farmdale Rd, Mequon, WI 53097

The corn maze is open 7 days a week from 9-5:30, come get lost and have a few laughs while you venture through the 2 acre,12 foot tall corn maze! Price is $5.00 per person, children 4 and under and free. No dogs allowed.  They have a beer garden too open 12-6 on Fridays – Sundays. Oktoberfest is Sept 25 -26th. 
 

View their listing in the Apple Picking Guide.

Dane County Mazes

Schuster’s FARM 1326 US Highway 12 and 18 Deerfield, WI

The 2021 maze theme is “The Arts A-Maze” a tribute to the Art! An aMAZEing adventure by day or night! The maze is divided into phases that will accommodate all age groups. The small maze is just the right challenge for the young crowd and provides the perfect controlled maze experience. The LARGE maze consists of two phases so our directionally-challenged guests may take a break or “regroup” mid-way through the maze. Right turns, wrong turns and U-turns, taking a break at each of the two scenic bridges hidden within, keep going until you find your way out! Want to try the corn maze challenge at night? It’s darker out here in the country, so be sure to bring our flashlight or buy a glowstick ($1.00) at the Ticket Booth.

Open to the public September 18– October 31. See website for pricing (you can buy tickets online). 

Our family visited in September 2020. See some of our pictures from our adventure here on Facebook

View their listing in the Pumpkin Farm Guide.

Columbia County Mazes

CREEK BED COUNTRY FARMACY N2767 Mountford Rd, Poynette

Come experience Wisconsin’s largest corn maze! You’ll be twisting and turning through 18 acres and more than 6 miles of paths. This year’s theme is the Sesquicentennial. To make it even more fun, you may play our punch card trivia game right on your phone. You may also compare your maze completion time to others by scanning a QR code at each of the 10 checkpoints. Plus, view the maze map from your phone too. Don’t worry, they still have paper cards and maps for those who prefer the good old fashioned way.

September 25th through October 31st, 2021. Admission:
2 & Under – Free, 3 to 12 – $11, 13 & Up – $13. Allow an average of 90 minutes to complete the maze:  Please don’t enter if you are in a hurry to be somewhere. There is also a smaller 2 acre corn maze option.

Yes, the maze is open after dark.  Don’t worry – there is nothing in the maze that will jump out at you, except for the occasional bunny rabbit.

TREINEN FARM W12420 State Road 60, Lodi, WI 53555

What is a Treinen Farm Corn Maze?

  • A living puzzle designed and cultivated by the Treinen family

  • 15 acres–that’s nearly 15 football fields of corn!

  • Voted one of the ten best corn mazes in the U.S. by USA Today!

  • Over 6 miles of twisty turns filled with clues for solving the puzzle

  • A mission with chances to win prizes

  • A unique outdoor challenge

  • 2021 Theme: Schrödinger’s Cat and Other Thought Experiments (Note:  This year’s maze may take a little more explanation, but it’s worth it! Read about it here.)

There is also a Children’s Corn Maze (smaller) in 2021. See prices and buy tickets here. 

See their listing in the Pumpkin Farm Guide.

Racine County Mazes

BORZYNSKI’S FARM 11600 Washington Ave, Mt. Pleasant WI 53177

  • 2021 Corn Maze Theme: Tree of Life

  • 8 acre corn maze opens Sept 25th!

  • Friday & Saturday nights in October are “Flashlight Nights”

  • Note: their maze is family friendly and never haunted.

  • Sept. 18th & 19th will be a maze preview weekend for FIRST RESPONDERS & MILITARY PERSONNEL ONLY!! (Must show identification)

See their listing in the Pumpkin Farm Guide.

*NEW* Corn maze in 2020

JELLYSTONE CALEDONIA 10006 7 Mile Rd. Caledonia, WI 53108

Lost Bearings Corn Maze at Bear Paw Beach – Caledonia 262-835-2565
 

NEW in 2020 at Bear Paw Beach, they opened Lost Bearings Corn Maze. An 8-acre corn maze that’s a fun-filled challenge for the whole family! This year’s theme is nautical. Find your way through acres of corn on an autumn afternoon, bring along a flashlight to experience the maze at night, or get spooked in our Haunted Trail, separate from the maze!* Relax by a campfire, master target practice on an Apple Cannon, & experience all the best flavors fall has to offer at our onsite eatery, Eats & Treats.

Open September 10th – October 31st. FRIDAY: 4PM-11PM | SATURDAY: 11AM – 11PM | SUNDAY: 11AM – 5PM.

Choose from 3 different levels of mazes:

    1. Which Way’s North?” (easy)

    2. Anchors Aweigh!” (medium)

    3. Lost my bearings!” (hard)

See bearpawbeach.com/cornmaze for tickets and more info!

 

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Do you have a corn maze to add?

If you have a corn maze to add to our Southeast Wisconsin Corn Maze Guide, please email us at erin@lakecountryfamilyfun(dot)com with your corn maze information. You can also email us via the contact form.

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