10Best: Fall Corn Mazes Fun for Families

  • Scott's Maze - Mt. Dora, Fla.

    October 4 - December 14 Scott's Maze at Long & Scott Farms near Orlando occupies a 7-acre corn field, and visitors who brave getting lost in the maze will have to answer questions, solve puzzles and take picture rubbings to help find their way out. The record time for completing the maze is 45 minutes.

    Photo courtesy of Long & Scott Farms

  • Sever's Corn Maze & Fall Festival - Twin Cities, Minn.

    September 12 - October 26 For eighteen years, Twin Cities families have been flocking to Sever's Corn Maze & Fall Festival to solve the Corn Maze Challege. The 2014 installment will send maze-goers on a grand search for Conductor Sever, and each participant who solves the maze will be entered into a grand prize drawing at the end of the season.

    Photo courtesy of Sever's Corn Maze & Fall Festival

  • Treinen Farm Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch - Lodi, Wis.

    September 26 - October 31 Each fall, Angie Treinen of Treinen Farm designs a new corn maze and her husband Alan cuts it into the corn field by hand ... no GPS! Early participants in this year's maze, Athena's Owl, think it's a tricky one, and with over 4 miles of trail spread throughout 15 acres, we agree. Visitors persistent enough to find all the maze's secret locations get a prize at the end.

    Photo courtesy of Treinen Farm Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch

  • The Farmstead Corn Maze & Pumpkin Festival - Meridian, Idaho

    September 19 - November 1 Idaho's original corn maze, the Farmstead MAiZE, gets carved across an 18 acre corn field into a new design each year. There's an easier Kiddie Corn Maze for the little ones, as well as a pumpkin patch, hayrides and a host of family-friendly games and activities.

    Photo courtesy of The Farmstead Corn Maze & Pumpkin Festival

  • P Bar Farms - Weatherford, Okla.

    September 13 - November 8 The 2014 corn maze at P Bar Farms, themed "Oklahoma, Come See for Yourself," features 3.5 miles of trails and more than 95 decision points for a two-part maze experience that should take most participants an hour to complete. Other attractions include barn laser tag, miniature golf and a pumpkin patch.

    Photo courtesy of P Bar Farms

  • Lacombe Corn Maze - Lacombe, Alberta

    September 2 - October 18 The Lacombe Corn Maze at the Kraay Family Farm in Alberta will be celebrating its 15th year in 2014 with a 15-acre, train-themed maze sure to keep maze-goers occupied for an average 1.5 hours. The three-phase maze features trivia sheets, QR codes for more trivia clues and an opportunity for guests to solve the mystery of the missing Farmer Joe.

    Photo courtesy of Kraay Family Farm

  • Cherry Crest Adventure Farm - Lancaster, Penn.

    July 4 - November 8 The 5-acre corn maze at Cherry Crest Adventure Farm has 2.5 miles of paths and bridges, with clues scattered throughout to help maze-goers find the quick way out. The 2014 "Music Through the Decades" maze features three Challenge Chooser levels so each group can customize their maze experience.

    Photo courtesy of Cherry Crest Adventure Farm

  • Edmonton Corn Maze - Spruce Grove, Alberta

    September 2 - October 20 For the 2014 season, the Edmonton Corn Maze has teamed up with Santas Anonymous, a charity that helps ensure area kids have Christmas presents under the tree. With 85 decision points, most maze-goers will need about an hour to travel through the Santa-shaped maze

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  • Great Vermont Corn Maze - Danville, Vt.

    September 1 - October 19 Located on a third generation family dairy farm, the Great Vermont Corn Maze will celebrate it's 15th year with a tricky dinosaur-themed maze filled with twists, turns and new surprises. The farm's Barnyard Nature Center, included in the admission cost of the maze, gives kids an interactive look at life on a farm.

    Photo courtesy of Great Vermont Corn Maze

  • Frederika Fall Festival - Avondale, Col.

    September 12 - October 31 Located near Avondale southeast of Colorado Springs, the Frederika Fall Festival is presenting a "Colorado"-themed corn maze for its inaugural 2014 event. Guests winding their way through the maze can enjoy views of Pike's Peak, and in the evenings, beautiful Colorado sunsets.  

    Photo courtesy of Frederika Fall Festival