6 Awesome Corn Mazes In Kansas You Have To Do This Fall

What is your favorite part of fall? If you answered getting lost inside a gigantic maze of corn, you’ve come to the right place, as today we will look at some of the best corn mazes in Kansas, including ones you might have never heard of before! If one thing is for sure, it’s that Kansas is a beautiful place to visit (or live) year-round, but there’s just something so very special about the Sunflower State during fall that you can’t find anywhere else. Let’s take a look!

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Best Corn Mazes in Kansas

October 08, 2021

What is fall in Kansas like?  

Kansas is a lovely state, especially in the fall. It’s no longer hot and muggy, but it’s not yet chilly and snowy. Usually, the beginning of fall is rainy and chilly, though it tends to dry out during the second half of the season. Temperatures are mild. Usually, during the day, temperatures range from the 60s to the 80s (Fahrenheit) depending on which month it is (warmer in September, cooled-off in November) and nights can get chilly, so make sure to have a sweater ready! From late summer into fall, Kansas is home to tens of thousands of sunflowers, so early fall is the best time to come see those if you haven’t already by the time summer ends. Plenty of places around the Sunflower State change into brilliant color during fall as well; for example, some of the best places for fall color in Kansas are the Glacial Hills, the Gypsum Hills, and the entire town of Hiawatha. If you’re a fan of fall color, you might want to take this awesome 2-hour drive through some of Kansas’s more awe-inspiring autumn setups.  

Where can I find some fun pumpkin patches in Kansas? 

Kansas is one of those wonderful places where autumn is celebrated through and through. It’s not unusual to find corn mazes, fall festivals, hayrides, and, of course, pumpkin patches in numerous places throughout the state – sometimes, you’ll find more than one in a town! Some of the highest-rated and most-loved pumpkin patches in the Sunflower State include Walters’ Pumpkin Patch in Burns, Applejack Pumpkin Patch in Augusta, Schaake Pumpkin Patch in beautiful Lawrence, and Klausmeyer Dairy Farm and Pumpkin Patch in Clearwater is also a must-do. No matter where you turn or where you’re from, you’re sure to fall in love with Kansas and its adorable autumn charm year after year.