Kansas September 14, 2018
8 Great Kansas Corn Mazes That Will Put You In The Mood For Fall
Nothing says fall activities like getting lost in a corn maze for a while, even if you have a map to use. If you’re like me, a maze that takes someone 15 minutes can easily become an hour or more of getting lost and having fun. However long you like your Kansas corn mazes, you’ll love these a-MAZE-ing places to get lost this fall.
1. Buffalo Bill Cultural Center — 3083 US-83 Oakley, KS
Not only does this cultural center hold events through the year, but you'll find that every fall, their corn maze is the place to be! Spend time with the big bison before heading out to get lost for a little while.
2. Bergmann Corn Maze — 8401 S Meridian St., Haysville, KS
The largest corn maze in the area, this one covers 15 acres, but they also have a small ground-level maze if you don't want to risk getting lost in corn for a couple hours.
3. Nelson's Family Farm — 17705 Shannon Creek Rd., Olsburg, KS
Nelson's is a great farm to enjoy every fall, and their corn maze is part of that. On Sundays in October, you can get lost for fun!
4. Walter's Pumpkin Patch — 10001 US-77, Burns, KS
Walter's isn't just a pumpkin patch, they also have an intricately designed maze ready for you to explore on your visit.
5. Gary's Berries — 5991 17th St., Grantville, KS
Gary's Berries has some of the best berries around, but did you know they also have a corn maze every fall? Getting lost has never been so fun.
6. Louisburg Cider Mill — 14730 KS-68, Louisburg, KS
This cider mill is always a place for great fall activities, but their corn maze is by far my favorite part.
7. Gaeddert Farms — 13209 E 82nd Ave., Buhler, KS
Known as the Kansas Maze, this maze at Gaeddert Farms will take you all over, and even includes a bridge where you can get a glimpse of where you need to go to get out.
8. Granny Mae's Pumpkin Patch — 3871 198th St., Dorrance, KS
Granny Mae's is home to a grainy maze and scavenger hunt as well as a pumpkin patch, cider house, gift and concessions shops, live music, and more. This is truly the place to be this autumn.
If your favorite part of fall doesn’t include getting lost, you might like these
parks and gardens where fall foliage will look its best instead.