Kentucky Corn Mazes
Find local Kentucky corn mazes near Lexington and Louisville and across the state. Visitors this fall can get lost in a daytime corn maze, the daylights scared out of them in haunted mazes with bloodied actors and actresses wielding weapons, as well as more difficult options such as flashlight and moonlight mazes. You’ll find options with small mazes designed for kids and large, challenging ones to keep adults occupied for a long time. And don’t forget about the other fall activities that occur on these farms including pumpkin patches, hayrides, farm animals and children’s activities. It’s one of the best parts of September and October!
Be sure to check out their websites for further information, hours and prices. Most are open from the middle of September through October. Many have hayrides, pumpkin patches, kids activities, haunt attractions with other hours.
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Kentucky Farms 2015
Lexington Cornfield Mazes
The Original Giant Corn Maze at Kelley Farms – Lexington, KY – 10 Acres
The Kelley Family started its country store and tobacco operation in Southern Fayette County more than a hundred years ago. These days, it has swapped the store and tobacco for pumpkins and its cornfield. There’s two phases to the maze, an initial warm phase and a more difficult phase two for those that wish to test their navigation skills. Past theme designs include Wizard of Oz (2014), RJ Corman Railroad Group (2013), UK Men’s Basketball Team and their 8th NCAA Championship Title (2012) and University of Kentucky Coach John Calipari (2011).
Location: 6483 Old Richmond Rd, Lexington, KY 40515
Devine’s Corn Maze – Harrodsburg, KY. A corn maze and pumpkin picking patch. It is situated on a 100 acre working farm. Open September 11th through October 31, 2015. Enjoy the three corn mazes, hay maze, hayride, trike track, giant slide and rubber duck races. Halloween weekend turns the maze into a Field of Horror. Past theme designs featured Armed Forces (2014), FFA and 4-H (2013), Kentucky Wildcats National Championship (2012) and University of Kentucky Wildcats (2011). The address is 623 Talmage-Mayo Road, Harrodsburg KY 40330. It is about 33 miles southwest of Lexington.
Gallrein Farms – Shelbyville, KY. This Shelby County farm offers fresh vegetables, a petting zoo, four acre cornfield maze, and pumpkin picking in October. There’s also hayrides, petting zoo, pony rides, music and more fall fun available weekends only. When you are done, shop for fall produce and items for decorating. Food and bakery items available for purchase on weekends. No admission fee to enter the farm or ride the hayrides. Pumpkins are priced per pound. Farm market open on weekdays. Fall season ends November 1. The address is 1029 Vigo Rd, Shelbyville, KY 40065. It is about 40 miles west of Lexington.
Bi-Water Farm – Georgetown, Kentucky – 5 Acres
Fall activities open September 12, 2015!
A 184 acre farm started by Carl A. and Bertha Fister in 1959. There are 20 acres of pumpkins and fall fun, including the 5 acre maze. Hayride, slide, barnyard animals, and play area. Additional cost for paintball, mini golf and train ride. Special events: Applelicious Days on October 4-5. New for 2014: Pumpkin vine zip lines, bounce around corral and chutes & slides.
Location: 877 Cincinnati Road, Georgetown, KY 40324
Chaney’s Dairy Barn and Restaurant – Bowling Green, KY
Already open for 2015. Theme is Farmers Feed Families.
Get lost in the cornfield, play in the pumpkin patch and visit the pumpkin pickin’ festival. The dairy farm was started in 1940 by the Chaney family, with the dairy barn opening to the public in 2003.
Location: 9191 Nashville Road, Bowling Green, KY 42101
Christian Way Farm – Hopkinsville, KY. A third generation family farm started in the early 1920s by Guy Corley. Fall activities including u-pick pumpkins and cornfield maze starting in the middle of September. Fall farm admission is $6 for ages 2+. Mini-golf only is $6-7 or $10 when the mini golf and farm combination admission is purchased. The address is 19590 Linville Road, Hopkinsville, KY 42240. It is about 17 miles northeast of Hopkinsville.
Trunnell’s Farm Market – Utica, Kentucky.
Opens September 12, 2015!
A 1600 acre working farm owned and operated by fourth generation farmer Kevin Trunnell and his family. A 4 acre corn field maze with Farm Scene Investigation for you to play while you work your way through it. Past corn maze themes include Bridge (2014), Kentucky Pond (2013), Gem Mine Adventures (2012), and Barnyard Adventures (2011). Pick a pumpkin, navigate the corn maze, go for a hayride and visit the barnyard animals. Find out what is happening at the farm this fall on Facebook. The address is 9255 U.S. Highway 431, Utica, Kentucky 42376. It is about 10 miles south of Owensboro.
Just Piddlin – Woodburn
Opens September 12, 2015! Theme: Chubby & The Center For Courageous Kids
2014 Theme: National Corvette Museum
Louisville Corn Mazes
Sunny Acres Farm – Louisville, KY
The maze usually runs from late September through October. Cobb’s Haunt happens on Friday and Saturday nights in October. Pumpkin festival includes hayrides, pumpkin carving, horseback rides and petting zoo.
Location: 6516 Echo Trail, Louisville KY 40299
Thomas Dairy Farm and Market – Cecilia, KY
Thomas Dairy Farm and Market is family owned and we offer Fall Fun for Everyone! We have Zombie Paintball Hayride, Pick your own Pumpkin Patch and already picked, Corn Maze, Mega Slide, Kids Fun Zone, Petting Zoo, Hayride, and Much Much More. We also offer farm tours in the spring and summer. We open the 3rd Friday in September and close 1st Sunday in November. Our hours are Monday – Friday group reservations only. Friday 6-midnight, Saturday 11:00 AM – Midnight, Sunday noon – 6:00 PM For more information check out our facebook page.
Location: 4625 Leitchfield Rd, Cecilia, KY
Hinton’s Orchard – Hodgenville, KY. An eight acre pumpkin patch with 60 varieties of pumpkins to pick from. The corn maze has one mile of trails through the three acre cornfield, find the informational stations to complete the scavenger hunt, and up the challenge during one of the special flashlight nights. There are also hayrides running to the patch, kids play area and live music. Pumpkin pie ice cream, apple dumplings and funnel cakes are available from Hinton’s Kitchen and Adams Family Foods. The address is 8631 Campbellsville Rd., Hodgenville, KY 42748. It is about 64 miles south of Louisville.
Northern Kentucky / Cincinnati Area
The A-Maze-ing Corn Adventure/Farm Haven – Union, KY
Opens the first weekend in October. Maze, hayride, petting zoo and pony rides.
Location: Tadpole Lane, Union, KY 41091
Neltner’s Farm & Greenhouses – Melbourne, KY. Founded by Joseph Neltner in 1892, six generations have worked this land just south of Cincinnati. Enjoy their farm fall festival and pumpkin picking on weekends in October. There’s also a corn maze, petting zoo and more. Find out what’s happening there this fall on their Facebook page. Weekday admission to the farm shop, pumpkin patch, maze, and petting zoo is free. Weekend admission is $5 for ages 3 and up. Weekends offer live music, wine tasting, demonstrations, crafters, folk art and pottery. There are also seasonal apples, home cooked food and ice cream. Their address is 6922 Four Mile Road, Melbourne, KY 41059. It is about 18 miles east of Florence.
Kinman Farms – Burlington
Open Friday through Sunday from late September through Halloween. They cut their maze into a five acre cornfield. Hayrides and pumpkin patch also available. The mini-petting zoo gets rave reviews so visit the barn animals or let your child enjoy a pony ride. Live music, face painting, playground and corn hole also located here. Concession stand offers funnel cakes, caramel apples and other food options. It is a working farm owned and operated by the Kinman family since 1946. It is located just west of Burlington on 150 acres.
Country Pumpkins – Dry Ridge, KY. Pumpkin patch allows you to cut pumpkins off the vine on Friday evenings, Saturday and Sunday. $8 gets you a pumpkin and hayride to the patch. Get lost in their 4 acre cornfield maze for only $4 or take your child into the children’s maze. Also available: barrel train rides, play area, corn box, straw bale maze, petting zoo, corn hole and face painting (donation). About: The Colson and Pennington families started selling pumpkins here in 2000, on the dairy farm started by the Colson family in 1947. Their address is 1835 Sherman Mt. Zion Road, Dry Ridge, KY 41035. It is about 21 miles south of Florence.
Evans Orchard – Georgetown, KY
They have a kids’ corn maze as part of their fall festival. Take a wagon ride into the pumpkin patch for picking your jack o’lantern. Pick your own apples or try some of the delicious apple products made at the Sweet Apple Cafe and Bakery. They sell 20,000 fried apple pies each year. Pet the friendly barnyard animals or let your children play in the barn yard play area. There is no general admission to enter the farm. The barnyard and play area are $8 for kids. All in one ticketing option including maze and hay ride is $15 for kids and $8 for adults. It is a fifth generation family farm and cider mill located on 175 acres.
White Oak Pumpkin Patch - West Liberty, KY. Pumpkin picking in Eastern KY. Children will enjoy the farm animals, small corn maze and playground. They are building a recycled tire playground. Free admission and parking. Hayrides to the patch are $2. Pumpkins are priced by size between $1 and $25. The address is 8907 Highway 460 E, West Liberty, KY.
Sally Gap Pumpkin Patch – Williamsburg, KY. Opens in mid-September. Admission is $5.00 per person. Pick your own pumpkins with free pumpkins to children. Horse drawn hayrides, four acre cornfield maze and smaller maze for kids. Learn how to make apple cider and corn meal at one of the daily demonstrations. Farm animal zoo, corn cannon and pumpkin launcher will keep children entertained. The address is 445 Louden Rd., Williamsburg, KY.