Have you been to a corn maze? They are so much fun! (Just don’t get lost 😉 ) Here are our top 10 favorite local 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!
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Basse’s Taste of Country is located on County Line Q near Colgate, WI. They are a family-owned and operated farm that offers family-orientated fun and educational activities all season long! To wrap up 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 2018 corn maze: The In-corn-ibles! 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!
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. 2018 Corn Maze admission is $6.00.
Schuett Farms W299 S6370 State Road 83, Mukwonago, WI 53149
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 Saturday, September 29 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 last entrance to the maze is 9:00 pm. The 2018 design is a Pac-Man game board, and they have checkpoint hidden throughout the maze for an extra challenge. The day time corn maze is $6 per person; nighttime maze is $8 per person. Children 2 and under are free.
Homestead Animal Farm W320 N9127 Hwy 83, Hartland, WI 53029
The Homestead Animal Farm corn maze is family friendly and a fun challenge for all ages. Dates open to the public: Saturdays and Sundays from September 29th to October 28th from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. No reservations necessary. This year’s (2018) corn maze is called, “Seasons of the Year”. Field trips available during the week by appointment.They also have a family friendly corn maze, barnyard animals, baby chicks, “I Spy Hayride”, Children’s Exploration area, pumpkin patch, pre-picked pumpkins, gourds, squash, straw bales, cornstalk bundles, and other fall decorations.
Welcome to the Lindner Pumpkin Farm 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, pumpkin express barrel train and a corn maze for all ages is sure to be a good time.Starting September 24th, 2018 and open daily 10:00 am to 6:00 pm through the 31st of October.No admission fee and parking is free. Activity costs vary but bring food donation for New Berlin food pantry for $1.00 off.
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 wrap up 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 2018 corn maze: The In-corn-ibles! 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!
Jim’s Pumpkin Farm N124 W17781 W Lovers Lane, Germantown, WI 53022
Journey through our 4-1/2 acre corn maze featuring a new and exciting design each year. There is more Fall Fun to enjoy along the many twists and turns of the maze! Cash only. 2018 info TBD
Meadowbrook Haunted Cornfield 2970 Mile view Road, West Bend, WI 53095
The Meadowbrook Pumpkin Farm Haunted Cornfield experience is a MUST SEE – MUST DO – ONE OF A KIND adventure. They have a daytime creepy cornfield adventure as well as a night time family and children friendly family creepy cornfield experience. 2018 info TBD
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!
- Over 6 miles of twisty turns filled with clues for solving the puzzle
- A mission with chances to win prizes
- A unique outdoor challenge
- Really really fun!
- 2018: The Elephant’s Child
- September 1 – 27, 2018: MAZE (includes admission to farm play areas) — $9.00 + tax
- September 28 – October 28, 2018: Prices vary, see chart
- November 2 – 11, 2018: MAZE ADMISSION $9/age 6 and over; Free age 5 and under
Borzynski’s Farm 11600 Washington Ave, Mt. Pleasant WI 53177
- 2018 Corn Maze Theme: Secret Agent!
- 8 acre corn maze
- Friday & Saturday nights in October are “Flashlight Nights”
- Note: their maze is family friendly and never haunted.
- Opens September 15, 2018
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 corn maze and “amazing race”.