Get Lost In These 9 Awesome Corn Mazes Around Cincinnati This Fall

Fall may just be the busiest time of year around Cincinnati when it comes to outdoor fun. Everywhere you turn there’s a pumpkin patch, apple orchard, or epic corn maze to discover. If you’re looking to try one of these enticing activities, but need help narrowing it down, we’ve got a list that will lead you in the right direction. Of course, once you enter one of these 9 best corn mazes in Cincinnati this fall, it’s then up to you to make your way out! Check out one of the best things to do in fall in Cincinnati and be sure to report back and let us know how you fared.

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These nine best corn mazes in Cincinnati are sure to add some excitement to your fall calendar this year. How many of them have you tried? Which is your favorite? Share with us in the comments!

And if you need more ideas for fall fun around Cincinnati, check out our recent article here.

Address: 6922 Four Mile Rd., Melbourne, Kentucky 41059
Address: 1835 Sherman Mt. Zion Road, Dry Ridge, Kentucky 41035
Address: 4359 Hamilton Cleves Rd., Ross, Ohio 45013
Address: 6880 Springfield Xenia Rd., Yellow Springs, Ohio 45387
Address: 1737 State Route 131, Milford, Ohio 45150
Address: 4881 Germantown Liberty, Germantown, Ohio 45327
Address: 1640 Stubbs-Mill Rd., Lebanon, Ohio 45036
Address: 9669 S. OH-48 Loveland, Ohio 45140
Address: 50 Fright Field - 11294
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Best Corn Mazes In Cincinnati

September 06, 2019

What are the best farms to visit in Cincinnati in the fall?

If you’re looking for a farm and pumpkin patch in Cincinnati to visit this fall, you have plenty of options around town. Many local farms open up their gates to visitors for pumpkin picking, hayrides, games, fresh produce, corn mazes, and more fall fun. The list of the best corn mazes in Cincinnati above gives you a great place to start, as all of these destinations offer more than just a maze. If you need more ideas, check out the lesser known options on our list here.

Are there any haunted corn mazes in Cincinnati?

Did you catch the last corn maze on our list above? Highway 50 Fright Field is a haunted corn field and attraction that is downright terrifying. Many believe it to be the scariest destination during the fall in Cincinnati, thanks to a dark corn field and the real haunted stories that go along with this property. You can read all about the Fright Field and plan your visit with our previous article here.

What is the largest corn maze in Cincinnati?

Many actually prefer to not try the largest corn maze in Cincinnati, especially if they’re afraid of not being able to get out! But we think you’ll enjoy the challenge, so be sure to head to Shaw Farms and their 12-acre masterpiece. If you’re a huge fan of corn mazes, also visit Tom’s Maze, listed above, as it is known as the best corn maze in Ohio.

Address: 6922 Four Mile Rd., Melbourne, Kentucky 41059
Address: 1835 Sherman Mt. Zion Road, Dry Ridge, Kentucky 41035
Address: 4359 Hamilton Cleves Rd., Ross, Ohio 45013
Address: 6880 Springfield Xenia Rd., Yellow Springs, Ohio 45387
Address: 1737 State Route 131, Milford, Ohio 45150
Address: 4881 Germantown Liberty, Germantown, Ohio 45327
Address: 1640 Stubbs-Mill Rd., Lebanon, Ohio 45036
Address: 9669 S. OH-48 Loveland, Ohio 45140
Address: 50 Fright Field - 11294