Funtober Corn Mazes

Illinois Corn Mazes

Here is the list of Illinois corn mazes.  Be sure to check out their website for further information, hours and prices.

Chicago corn mazes

Richardson Farm Experience – Spring Grove, IL – 33 Acres, 5 Mazes
2013 Theme: 50th Anniversary of the Beatles first album
2012 Theme: Girl Scouts
2011 Theme: Military Tribute
Three generations of the Richardson family own and work the 450 acres across 2 farmsteads that make up the Richardson Farm. Enjoy the 50 foot observation tower before heading into the 28 acre cornfield with eleven miles of trails. After the maze, try out the orb ball, zip line, pumpkin patch (weekends) or other farm fun.  October 19th they host the World’s Largest Corn Maze run.

Siegel’s Pumpkin Farm – Crest Hill, IL – 20 Acres, 2 Mazes
2014 Theme: Wrigley Field – 100 Years
Enjoy getting lost through the corn at Siegel’s Cottonwood Farm on weekends and Columbus Day starting on September 20, 2014. Take a hayrack ride out to the u-pick pumpkin patch or enjoy the farm animals at Zach’s Petting Zoo. Get scared at Statesville Haunted Prison. Past maze designs have featured Zombie Blackhawks (2013), Zombie Politics (2012) and BULL/MVP and John Deere (2011).

Kuipers Family Farm – Maple Park, IL – 3 Mazes
2013 Theme: Pig Races
2012 Theme: Girl Scouts
2011 Theme: Maize-O-Poly
There’s lots to do on this 230 acre Midwest farm. Find your way through the three different levels of increasing difficulty in the corn. Pick a pumpkin from the field, a bushel of apples from the orchard (Saturday/Sunday), or enjoy one of the other farm activities. There’s even a haunted forest for young goblins.

All Seasons Apple Orchard – Woodstock, IL
2013 Theme: Scooby Doo
2012 Theme: Derrick Rose
2011 Theme: All Seasons Logo (Apple)
A 10 acre corn maze with 3 miles of paths and a lookout bridge. There is both a challenging path through the corn and a shorter path for kids. Pumpkin picking, pick your own apples and barnyard activities like the petting zoo, jumping pillow, mini zip line and pig races (weekends). The farm is run by James and Sue Hong, who purchased the farm in 1989 and planted the apple orchard.

Bengtston’s Pumpkin Farm – Homer Glen, IL – 3 Acres
Annual pumpkin fest with 3 acre cornfield, tractor pulled hay rack rides, fun barn, haunted barn, petting zoo, pony rides and pumpkins.

Dollinger Farms – Channahon , IL
2012 Theme: 100th Anniversary of Girl Scouts
2011 Theme: Ear of corn
A four acre maze, pumpkins, petting zoo, horse and tractor drawn hayrides, farm playground, Abyss haunted house and family spooky trail.

Heap’s Giant Corn Maze – Minooka, IL
The pumpkin farm was established by Kevin Heap in 2001, although his family has been farming the land for many years. They have a corn field maze, 30 acre patch for pumpkin picking, farm animals and heaps o’ fun barn. Haunted corn maze, haunted hayrides and flashlight maze on Friday and Saturday evenings in October.

Konow Corn Maze – Homer Glen, IL
2 Mazes
2013 Theme: Farm
2012 Theme: Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Large maze with 3.4 miles of trails and a short kids maze with .4 miles of path. They also have a jumping pillow, cow train, mechanical bull and indoor playland.

Kroll’s Fall Harvest Farm – Waukegan, IL
2013 Theme: Don’t Worry BEE Happy
2012 Theme: An Anniversary Cake (Celebrating 10 Years of Mazes @ Kroll’s Farm)
2011 Theme: Dairy barn and silo

Hobson’s Farm – Rockville, IL
2 phases
2011 Theme: St. Jude’s Childrens Hospital
Corn maze, hayrides, pumpkins, farm animals, pumpkin blaster, corn cannon, cow train, jumping pillow and other farm fun.

Southern Illinois

Shreves Pumpkin Patch – Barnhill, IL – 15 Acres
2013 Theme: Linus and the Great Pumpkin
2012 Theme: Statue of Liberty
2011 Theme: Barbell (w/pumpkins as weights)
Mike and Sharla Shreve got started with their pumpkin patch in 1990 with 2 acres of pumpkins. 2013 will mark the 24th year for this fall destination with 25 acres of u-pick pumpkins and a 15 acre corn field maze. The maze is designed annually by a Southern Arkansas University graphic design class. Enjoy the hay maze, obstacle course, pedal tractors and hayrides (weekends) during the day. Or make a reservation to go through the corn field at night with your flashlight.

Central Illinois

– Bloomington, Champaign, and Springfield

Hardy’s Reindeer Ranch – Rantoul, IL – 10 Acres
2013 Theme: Easy Rider
2012 Theme: Carnival
2011 Theme: Treasure Hunt
Learn that Reindeer really do fly at Hardy’s Reindeer Ranch, started by Julie and Mark Hardy in 1995 as part of their Christmas tree farm. Enjoy their maze, which takes 1 to 3 hours to havigate through the checkpoints, in September and October. For increased difficulty, try it at night with flashlights during Moonlight Madness.

Black Bart’s Pumpkin Patch – Warrensburg, IL
They have a corn maze, haunted house for small children and pick your own pumpkins.

Country Corner Farm Market – Alpha, IL – 8 Acres
A pick your own pumpkin patch, 8 acre corn maze, tractor drawn hayrack ride, gem mining, corn cannon, cow train and barnyard zoo. It is an 80 acre farm owned by Bruce Curry.

Happy Hollow Farms – St. Elmo, IL
Corn maze, hayrides, straw maze, bounce house and slides.

Tanners Orchard – Speer, IL
Four generations of the Tanner family have farmed the land here since 1947. Corn maze, 20 acres of pumpkins and apple picking.

The Great Godfrey Maze – Godfrey, IL – 7 Acres, 2 Mazes
2013 Theme: Down on the Farm
2012 Theme: We’re Out of This World
2011 Theme: Rodeo
The cornfield is open on weekends in the fall for visitors who want to get lost in the maize. Hay wagon rides, cow train, zip line and game zone. The haunted maze is open on Friday and Saturday evenings in October. Special events: Annual Corn Festival. Located 45 minutes from downtown St. Louis.


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