Kansas August 28, 2017
Get Lost In These 11 Awesome Corn Mazes In Kansas This Fall
Fall is a great time that’s approaching quickly, and you should be prepared for when a corn maze sounds like a fun trip. Which is pretty much always, right? Well, these 11 corn mazes are great opportunities to get lost for a little while. They range from kids’ mazes to sunset mazes, where you’ll need a flashlight (and your wits) to make it through. Are you ready for a corn adventure? In no particular order, here’s the list! Most are opening soon, so make sure you have plans set up in time!
1. Applejack Pumpkin Patch - 10007 SW Indianola Rd Augusta, Kansas
This pumpkin patch also comes with kid-sized corn mazes for a great family outing you'll all remember.
2. Bergmann Corn Maze - 8401 S Meridian St Haysville, Kansas
Bergmann's maze is the largest in Kansas! It's around 15 acres of twists and turns, and can take up to five hours to solve. Unless you use a map, of course.
3. Cox Farm - 6059 S Seneca St Wichita, Kansas
This farm experience is a favorite for families in the Wichita area who want a corn maze but nothing too complicated. In addition to being family owned, the business itself has been operating since 1926.
4. Crow Haven Corn Maze - 2869 US Highway 36 Bird City, Kansas
Though I can imagine any area with lots of corn is a haven for crows, Crow Haven is also great for families. However, it opens a little later than some, on October 7th. See you there!
5. Gary's Berries Fall Fest - 5991 17th St Grantville, Kansas
Gary's Berries has a whole list of activities for you and your family to try as well as their corn maze. They also have a special "Flashlight Maze" event where you navigate in the dark with only the light you bring. Spooky!
6. In Toon Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze - 16401 112th Rd. Burden, Kansas
However you like to spend your fall days, you should try spending one here to compare! In Toon has a great list of family activities and plenty of pumpkins to go around.
7. Kansas Maze - 13209 E 82nd Ave Buhler, Kansas
This maze is one of Kansas' favorites, with thousands of families visiting every year. Their maze designs also change yearly, with new themes every year too. They've had everything from the Statue of Liberty, to a butterfly, to a Wildcat logo. Why don't you come get lost in a huge piece of art this fall?
8. Louisburg Cider Mill - 14730 K68 Highway, Louisburg, Kansas
Speaking of art, the Louisburg Cider Mill doesn't mess around with its theme this year, because they've been around for 40 years running! What started out as a cider mill is now a corn maze and fall attraction. It's not hard to see why!
9. Nelson's Family Farm - 17705 Shannon Creek Rd Olsburg, Kansas
Nelson's is a great example of a standard corn maze, except with additional exciting features. They house a number of great kids activities like a petting zoo, duck races, and wagon rides. They open in October though, so you have a bit more time to plan that family trip.
10. Pumpkin Paradise LLC - 1855 Road 100 Sublette, Kansas
Pumpkin Paradise is also a great place for kids of all ages, with entertainment like a catapult, two corn mazes, and the famous "Sasquash." However, they're only open on weekends, so I'd expect it to be a little busy!
11. Walters Pumpkin Patch - 10001 NW US Highway 77 Burns, Kansas
Walters has a great corn maze with a yearly-changing designs that always keep you on your toes. Especially for people like me, who are bad at directions. I get lost so easily!
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