It’s officially fall in Wisconsin. We’re preparing to get our pumpkins. We’re getting our fill of pumpkin-flavored whatevers. But what officially means it’s fall in Wisconsin? Getting lost in a corn maze. There are loads of corn mazes throughout Wisconsin. Here are nine you should check out.
1. Treinen Farm Corn Maze
Over in Lodi, Treinen Farm offers a 15 acre corn maze. To put it in perspective, it's the equivalent of 15 football fields. Whoa! And, if you want a bigger challenge, and want to be sufficiently freaked out, try the maze at night!
2. Hidden Trails Corn Maze
In West Salem, Hidden Trails has been hosting one of Wisconsin's oldest corn mazes. In fact, there are four mazes for you to try. There are almost five miles of path for you to explore over 12 acres. Hope you brought your walking shoes!
3. Creek Bed Country Farmacy
Out in Poynette, Creek Bed Country Farmacy touts itself as Wisconsin's largest corn maze. They have 18 acres of corn maze for you to get all turned around in. There are six miles of paths. This year's theme is "Wonderful Wisconsin."
4. Schuett Farms
In Mukwonago, the Schuett Farms corn maze is over 9 acres and comprises three miles of path. What is SUPER cool about this path is a BRAND NEW interactive checkpoint system. It allows you to use your smartphone as you navigate through the corn maze. Ah, technology.
5. Waldvogel's Pumpkin Farm
Waldvogel's is over in Beaver Dam and has been in business for 25 years. Check out their six acre corn maze. And if for some reason corn mazes aren't your thing, don't worry, they have TWENTY FIVE attractions to choose from, from gemstone mining to underground slides.
6. Oulu Corn Maze
In Oulu, the corn maze opens on October 3rd. Be one of the first through the maze! There is a smaller maze for kids. Older kids are going to want to go through the maze on October 30th for "creatures of the corn." Bring a flashlight!
7. Army Lake Camp
In East Troy, the Army Lake Camp ministers to young campers. And each fall, they host a corn maze. They offer so much more, including paintball, archery, and corn cannons.
8. Meuer Farm
In Chilton, Meuer Farm puts on a great corn maze annually. Trails are wide enough for strollers, and mulched. They offer both day mazes and night mazes. Night mazes come with glo-sticks!
9. Mayr Family Farm
In DeForest, Mayr Family Farm hosts a family-run corn maze. This one is 7 acres. Go during "haunted" maze times and get spooked. You can bring a flashlight, but it will just give you away. And after you get all your screams out, hang out by the bonfire.
Got a favorite Wisconsin corn aze that you go to every year? Give them some love in the comments.