When fall arrives, Oklahomans are ready to get outside and enjoy the beautiful weather. Pumpkin patches, hay rides and corn mazes are a few favorite activities to do in the fall in the Sooner state. There’s something exciting about wandering around a corn maze that makes us feel like a kid again. Many mazes are based on artistic designs and we found a few Oklahoma themed corn mazes that are a blast. Here are 9 corn mazes in Oklahoma that you have to do this fall.
1. Red Silo Productions at Reding Farm, Chickasha
The 2015 theme for Oklahoma's largest corn maze is Oklahoma football...OU vs. OSU. The maze season will be from September 25th-November 1st, 2015.
2. Tulsa Corn Maize, Broken Arrow
Find a haunted maze, non-haunted maie, hay rides, games, paintball and much more at the Tulsa Corn Maize. The season is from October 2nd-November 8th, 2015.
3. Rockin' Star Farms, Stillwater
Pistol Pete is the 2015 theme for the corn maze at Rockin' Star Farms. Enjoy a petting zoo, food trucks, pumpkins and games. Kick off the season on October 9th from 4:30-8:00 p.m. at The Pumpkin Palooza.
4. P Bar Farms Corn Maze, Hydro
As one of the oldest corn mazes in Oklahoma, P Bar Farms 2015 corn maze theme is "Lost In Time." They teamed up with OU's Sam Noble Museum to bring this 3.5 mile corn maze to Oklahomans. With close to 100 decision points, the maze takes about an hour to complete. The fall season is open September 18th -November 14th, 2015.
5. Rustic Acres, Mason
Rustic Acres offers a regular corn maze and a haunted corn maze (after dark.) Opening day is October 3rd, 2015.
6. Orr Family Farm, Oklahoma City
Open every day in October, Orr Family Farm is a family-friendly destination for all ages. The 2015 corn maze theme is the Oklahoma City Dodgers.
7. Grider Farm Pumpkin Patch, Stillwater
Wander through a 3-acre living maze until October 31st at Grider Farm Pumpkin Patch. While you are there, check out the 45-acres of pumpkins and gourds and pick up a few fall decorative items.
8. Arcadia Corn Maze, Arcadia
Arcadia at Pops is a trivia-themed corn maze that is pet-friendly. Find on-site fishing, paintball, petting zoo, pumpkin patch, bouncy house, cornhole and much more at this fun destination. There is a long and short version of the corn maze for your convenience. The site is open until October 31st, 2015.
9. Daze in a Maze, Enid
Daze in A Maze is open until Thanksgiving weekend and is located in Enid. Find your way through the 300,000 square foot living field maze. You can even do it in the dark with a flashlight on Saturday nights. For an ever harder adventure, try out the 6-acre jungle maze with no flags or assistance. They also have a hay bale maze and toddler size maze for the little ones.
Do you have a favorite corn maze that didn’t make this list? Share with us in the comments below.