Corn Maze Fun Around Wisconsin This Fall Season

It’s hard to pick just one favorite thing about Wisconsin fall, but corn mazes are near the top of our list! Many’s a friend we’ve had over the years who rolled their eyes at the idea of wandering lost through towering stalks of corn. Once we dragged the unbelievers into the unknown, however, they always wind up being the first people to tag everyone when a new maze design starts showing up on Facebook. 

Because this is Wisconsin, you have plenty of corn mazes to choose from. Here are some of our fall favorites: 

Creek Bed Country Farmacy 

Holding tight to the title of “Wisconsin’s largest corn maze,” Country Farmacy’s maze encompasses 18-acres and features more than 6 miles of paths plus a 2-acre Kiddy Corn Maze. If making your way through countless twists and turns isn’t enough of a challenge for you, grab a punch card and play the farm’s trivia game while navigating your way through their diabolical maze! There’s WAY more to do but we have other corn mazes to cover and only so much space. 

Address:  

  • N2767 Mountford Rd. Poynette, WI 53955 

Fall hours:  

  • Sept. 24th – Oct. 30th  
  • Fri / Sat / Sun – 11 am to 6 pm 

How much does it cost:  

  • Family Fun Fridays – ($2 off per person)  
  • $9 – Children (3 to 12) 
  • $11 – Adults (13+) 

Website Link:  

 

Mommsen’s Harvest Hills Pumpkin Patch & Apple Orchard

There is just so much to see and do at Mommsen’s 40-acre farm, so stop in and visit! Browse through the different crafts in the barn or check out the produce they offer – including pumpkins of course. Offering hours of entertainment for everyone, they feature 2 corn mazes, a petting farm and a large, children’s entertainment area. There are weekend hayrides, pumpkin artillery, pick-your-own apples, local crafts, tasty treats, produce and a ton more! 

Address:  

  • 1696 20 ½ Street Rice Lake, WI 54868 

Fall hours:  

  • Sept. 1st – Oct. 31st  
  • Open Daily – 10 am to 6 pm 

How much does it cost:  

  • $6 – Petting Farm & Amaizing Maize 
  • $5 – Mega Maze and Weekend Hayride 
  • $17 – Season Pass – Pricing is for all customers (children and adults) ages 2 and up 

Website Link:  

 

Country Bumpkin Farm Market

Starting during the middle of August, Country Bumpkin’s local 2 ½ acre corn maze opens, where it has been planned, planted, and cut by the family themselves. If solving a maze isn’t enough of a challenge, you can answer trivia questions to make the maze even more fun (and learn some details that might help you get through it). Once you find your way out of the maze, make sure to stop over at the concession stand and grab a nice hot apple cider to keep you warm on those chilly fall days. Watch your own lil’ bumpkin play in the village and petting zoo or take a ride on the Country Bumpkin Express Farm Train Ride all around the 30-acre produce farm! It’s a great stop for tons of fun! 

Address:  

  • E9745 Country Road P. Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965 

Fall hours:  

  • Late August – Oct. 31st  
  • Fri / Sat / Sun – 11 am to 6 pm 

How much does it cost:  

  • Fall Fun Special – $15, Adult & Children 
  • Lil’ Bumpkin Play Village & Petting Farm – $9, Adult & Children 
  • Country Bumpkin Express Farm Train Ride – $5 per person  

Website Link: 

 

The Elegant Farmer

It’s the home of the Apple Pie Baked in a Paper Bag – take a day trip and visit the Elegant Farmer’s kitchen bakery, deli & market while enjoying time with friends and family. Enjoy your time on this old-fashioned, on-farm experience at the annual Autumn Harvest Fest. They offer a family-friendly corn maze with both easy in and out access for all ages, with laughter and fun though their apple orchard designed corn maze. After your journey through the maze, enjoy activities such as laser tag, stop at the smiling barn café, the farmer’s market, enjoy train, pony & hayrides, and if you’re planning dinner, pick a variety of produce!  

Address:  

  • HWY ES & J Main Street, Mukwonago, WI 53149 

Fall hours:  

  • Autumn Harvest Fest September 10th – October 23rd, 10 am to 5 pm (Saturday & Sunday only) 
  • Open daily – 9 am to 6 pm 

How much does it cost:  

  • Apple pricing – ½ peck $15, full peck $25, ½ bushel $45 
  • Pumpkin pricing – Pie pumpkins $4, Medium $6, Large $9, X-large $12, gourds $1, squash $3 
  • Tractor-pulled hayrides – $7 adults, $5 kids 3-11, under 2 are free  
  • Pony ride – $10 
  • Corn maze tickets – $7, children 2 and under free 
  • Laser Tag Tickets – $5 aged 8 and older 

Website Link: The Elegant Farmer in Mukwonago, WI 

 

Zoromski Homestead Farm

Zoromski Homestead Farm is the place to go if you are looking for hot and fresh homemade pizza! The family calls it ‘pizza on the farm’ and has drawn in a large crowd this last summer season! After enjoying a pizza make your way through their corn maze, while finishing up your visit with a look at all the farm animals from pigs, alpacas, chickens and more.  

Address:  

  • 221039 County HWY Q, Hatley, WI 54440 

Fall hours:  

  • September – October Friday 4 pm to 7 pm, Saturday & Sunday 1 pm to 7 pm 
  • Pizza on the farm – Thursday – Sunday 4 pm to 7 pm  

How much does it cost:  

  • Corn maze – $8 adults, $5 children 

Website Link: Zoromski Homestead Farm 

 

These five corn mazes aren’t the only game in town, but they’re our go-to fields of fun. There’s WAY more to do at a corn maze than wandering through the actual corn maze! No matter what you choose to do, a corn maze is a great way to enjoy the crisp Wisconsin autumn with family and friends. 

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