Get Lost In These 6 Awesome Corn Mazes Around Portland This Fall
Nothing says fall like getting lost in a corn maze. Whether you prefer the slightly more breathtaking haunted maze or want to wander through the maze in daylight hours (the best choice with young children), this is the list of the top spots around Portland to escape to this fall. Many farms have a variety of entertainment to keep you and your children occupied for hours. The problem is choosing just one of these corn mazes around Portland. Or, go ahead and visit them all!
Have you ever been to any of these exciting spots? If so, which ones were your favorites? Would you agree that these are among the best corn mazes near Portland? If you were to do a search for “corn mazes near Portland,” one of these spots would most certainly pop up at the top of the list!
What are your favorite corn mazes around Portland? We’d love to read about your experience in the comments section below!
If you’d like to explore hikes around any of these corn mazes, you can find some great trails by going to the AllTrails website.
For more autumn adventures, be sure to check out these 9 charming pumpkin patches in and around Portland that are picture-perfect for a fall day.
If you’re still in the mood for more Beaver State adventures, take a look at this video:
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More Adventures throughout Oregon
Where can we find beaches in Oregon?
- Lincoln Beach is recognized as having some of the best beachcombing for shells, starfish, sea glass, and more on the sand and in the tide pools.
- South Beach is unique in that the sand is as white as white you’d find in the Caribbean islands.
- Oceanside Beach is one of the state's less-crowded beaches and is recognized for its rugged natural beauty.
Read on to learn more about some of the many other beautiful beaches in Oregon.
Where can we find historic homes in Oregon?
- The Silas A. Rice House in Condor was built in 1884 and now serves as the Gilliam County Historical Museum.
- The Captain John C. Ainsworth House in Oregon City dates back to 1851 and once belonged to John C. Ainsworth, the founder of the Oregon Steam Navigation Company.
- The John and Susanna Ahlf House in Grants Pass is named after the husband of this German immigrant who eventually became one of the most successful businessmen in Oregon’s Rogue Valley.
Read on to learn more about some of the many other exciting historic homes in Oregon.
Where can we find breweries in Oregon?
- The Better Living Room by Ninkasi Brewing (commonly called Ninkasi Brewing) in Eugene has a beer tasting room and offers behind-the-scenes brewery tours.
- The Deschutes Brewery, which has several locations in the Bend area, has been a city favorite for years and makes some of the best brews in the state.
- The Fort George Brewery in Astoria serves up a wide variety of beers and also offers tours of the brewery facility.
Read on to learn more about some of the many other fantastic breweries in Oregon.