You have landed on my Indiana corn maze directory page. I’ve located 20 corn mazes in Indiana. Since corn is the leading crop in Indiana, it shouldn’t surprise you that some of the 60,000 farms have turned their 14 million acres of farmland into a corn maze for you to enjoy. Indeed, Indiana ranks 5th nationally in corn production with nearly 1 billion bushels of corn harvested
Here is the list of Indiana corn mazes. Be sure to check out their website for further information, hours and prices.
South Bend – Elkhart
Thistleberry Farm – South Bend, IN – 17 Acres, Multiple Mazes
2011 Theme: Pirates of the Caribbean
There are 4 corn mazes here. Two are small and designed for kids, a medium sized maze for adults who don’t want to get too lost, and a 9 acre Adventure maze. Other activities include the hay rides, pumpkin patch, petting farm, cow train, and pedal cars.
Knoll Brook Farm – Goshin, IN – 10 Acres, Multiple Mazes
2011 Theme: Are you smarter than a 5th grader?
John and Cynthia Adam started Knollbrook Farm in 1986 with four cows. They now milk 75 cows and operate 360 acres. There’s over 6 miles of paths through the two five acre corn mazes here. Also enjoy the cow parade at the working dairy farm or picking your pumpkin at the pumpkin patch.
Gary – Chicago
County Line Orchard – Hobart, IN – 12 Acres
2013 Theme: Chicago Blackhawks
2012 Theme: Ron Santo, Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee
They cut two corn maze designs into their field. They also have a pick your own apple orchard.
Guse Christmas Trees – Wanatah, IN – 6 Acres
2013 Theme: Solar System
2012 Theme: Scarecrow
2011 Theme: Harvesting Memories
A six acre corn maze and pumpkin patch is hosted on weekends at this Christmas tree farm every fall. It is a family owned and operated business started by Howard Guse in 1965
Steele Farm – Decatur, IN – 7 Acres
2013 Theme: Barnyard Scene
2012 Theme: Scarecrow
2011 Theme: Pumpkins
Other activities include a pick your own pumpkin patch, hay rides, farm animals, straw climbing mountain and barrel train rides.
Indianapolis Corn Mazes
Beasley’s Orchard – Danville, IN – 8 Acres
2013 Theme: Beasley’s Corn Dog
2012 Theme: Dare to be Brave
2011 Theme: Get Lost in a Book
It takes about an hour to navigate the maze although it can be done in about thirty minutes. There are four miles of trails. They have a u-pick pumpkin patch, hay rides and an apple festival. Beasley’s Orchard was started by Milton and Irene Beasley in 1946.
Kelsay Farms – Whiteland, IN – 7 Acres
A sixth generation dairy and crop farm with a 7 acre corn maze, flashlight maze on Friday and Saturday evenings, hayrides, rope maze, bale mountain, cow train and face painting. Located 16 miles from Indianapolis.
Piney Acres Farm – Fortville, IN – 8 Acres
Corn maze, 5 acre pumpkin patch, hay rides and petting zoo. At night, they have haunted trails, a haunted hayride and the haunted loft.
Stuckey Farm – Lebanon/Sheridan, IN – 8 Acres
2013 Theme: Gladiator – Journey to Ancient Rome
2012 Theme: An’ the Gobble-uns ‘at gits you Ef you Don’t Watch Out!
2011 Theme: A Salute to the American Soldier
apple picking, 15 acres of pumpkins, wagon rides, cider donuts and a cider press. It is one of the largest cider mills in Indiana. Special events: Car show, antique tractor show, apple cider fest. The 40 acre farm was started in 1969 as the Stuckey Farm Market. It is currently owned and operated by the Pierce family. Located north of Indianapolis on the border of Hamilton and Boone Counties.
Lafayette – Kokomo
Exploration Acres – Lafayette, IN – 18 Acres, Multiple Mazes
Haunted Corn Maze
2013 Theme: We the People
2012 Theme: Pirate, Parrot and Mermaid
2011 Theme: Headless Horseman and other Spooky characters
Located five miles south of Lafayette, Exploration Acres has 8 miles of path through the largest corn maze in Northwest Indiana. Also enjoy pony rides, hayrides and picking your own pumpkin from their 10 acre pumpkin patch.
Guffy Acres – Kokomo, IN – 7 Acres, Multiple Mazes
2013 Theme: ?
2012 Theme: Recycling
2011 Theme: City of Firsts
It takes between 30 minutes and two hours to navigate the corn maze. There are three phases, short, long and combined. Started in 2009, it is owned and operated by Jessica Guffey.
1 Fun Farm – Farmland, IN – 10.2 Acres
Haunted Corn Maze
2013 Theme: Zip Line
2012 Theme: Farm Livin
2011 Theme: Celebrating 10 Years
During the day, play Farm Scene Investigation in the corn maze. After dark, get scared at the Trail of Thrills haunted maze. There’s also a pick your own pumpkin patch, zip line and farm animal petting zoo here.
Jacob’s Family Orchard – New Castle, IN – 1 Acre
A working farm with small corn maze, hayride, inflatable haunted house and farm train. They grow 25 acres of pumpkins, 45 acres of apples and 10 acres of produce. The Jacob’s Family purchased the orchard in 2002.
Lark Ranch – Loogootee, IN – 15 Acres
2011 Theme: Go Colts
Lark ranch is the 600 acre ranch of Indianapolis attorney Matt Lark. In addition to the corn maze, there’s a u-pick pumpkin patch, barnyard animals and hay ride.
Deere Farms – Lanesville, IN – 20 Acres, Multiple Mazes
Haunted Corn Maze
2013 Theme: The Great Pumpkin Run and Pig Races at Deere Farms
2012 Theme: Deere Farms – Pig Races, Spookley the Square Pumpkin Kids Show and the Pumpkin Smashing Extravaganza
2011 Theme: Giant Scarecrow in Pumpkin Patch and Barn Yard with Animals
Located 12 miles west of Louisville, this is Southern Indiana’s largest corn maze. There were 3 mazes with 5 miles of paths over the 12 acres of corn mazes in 2012. You can also take an antique tractor hay ride to the 20 acre pumpkin patch. By appointment, you can conquer the mazes at night with your flashlight.
The Fun Farm – Corydon, IN
A 76 acre recreational facility 15 minutes from Louisville, Kentucky with a corn maze. Other activities include hayrides, pumpkin chunkin’, paintball, laser tag, rock climbing wall and frisbee golf. Also has a haunted house, haunted hayride and haunted corn maze on Friday and Saturday nights from the last weekend in September thru October.
Location: 2690 Breckenridge Rd., Corydon, IN 47112
Please check with the corn maze to ensure that they are open before going. We make efforts to ensure that our list of corn mazes is accurate but circumstances occasionally foil our efforts. Poor growing conditions can lead a corn maze to not open it for the season. Inclement weather such as extreme cold, snow or rain may force a corn maze to close on particular nights. Other corn mazes may only be open limited days of the week or hours in the day. By checking their website or calling, you can ensure that you aren’t disappointed on arrival.
Other helpful tips: Some farms don’t take credit cards, so plan to bring cash unless you know that they take plastic. Most corn mazes prohibit dogs, so leave man’s best friend at home for the evening. Check with the corn maze you plan to attend to learn more about their specific rules and regulations.
If I have missed any farms that have corn mazes, I hope you will add the information for the farm via the contribution form below. And if you have visited one of these corn mazes, I would appreciate your review of the maze for future visitors to this page.
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