Missouri Corn Mazes
Locate popular Missouri corn mazes all across the state from Kansas City to St. Louis.
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 website for further information, hours and prices. Most are open in September and October. Many have pumpkins, fresh food, live animals, hayrides, and games which may have different hours or additional costs.
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Beggs Family Farm – Sikeston, MO. A working farm operating since 1895, it is open Wednesday through Sunday in October. Admission to their harvest festival is $11 per person. The farm has had a corn maze for more than 15 years. Have fun at their pick your own pumpkins, wagon rides, pig races, rope maze, monster slide, pumpkin tetherball, haunted barn and paintball shooting gallery (extra charge). The address is 2319 State Highway U, Sikeston, MO 63801. It is about 24 miles south of Cape Girardeau. They started growing watermelons, and they still do. 2015 will be the 15th year the farm has let visitors find their way through the corn. The farm has a fall harvest festival. Past themes have included George Strait (2014), Farmers Feed the World (2013), Sinking of the Titanic (2012) and New Madrid Earthquake of 1812 (2011).
Perryville Pumpkin Farm – Perryville, MO. A small, working family farm that lets you pick your pumpkin right off the vine. Enjoy wagon rides, a corn maze, farm animals, pre-picked pumpkins, corn pit and other activities. Perryville Pumpkin Farm was started in 2001 but sits on a farm dating back to 1892. It is open seven days a week from September 1st through October 31st. The address is 1410 Allen Landings Road, Perryville, MO 63775. It is located 40 miles north of Cape Girardeau.
Pin Oak Farms – New Haven, MO. Pick your pumpkins right off the vine in their field. They are located between Washington and Hermann about an hour west of Saint Louis and an hour southeast of Columbia. Other activities include the 5 acre maze of corn, farm animals and kiddie corral. Open on Saturdays and Sunday in October. The address is 2431 Highway E, New Haven, MO 63068.
Stuckmeyer’s Farm – Fenton, MO. A fourth generation family owned vegetable farm. U-pick and pre-picked pumpkins for sale. Activities include farm animals, hay rides, pony rides, corn maze and inflatables. They also have an inflatable haunted house. Located south of St. Louis between Fenton and Arnold. About the farm: Walter Stuckmeyer and his wife, Marie Keller, started the original farm at another location in 1935. They bought 12 acres at the current location in 1964. It is now a fourth generation farm consisting of more than 200 acres. The address is 249 Schneider Dr., Fenton, Mo 63026. It is about 21 miles south of downtown St Louis.
Brookdale Farms – Eureka, MO – 12 Acres
Brookdale Farms has the largest St. Louis corn maze. The maze will be open Thursday through Sunday except for a few closings for private events. At night on select days in September and October, there are two haunted attractions: Red’s Corn Maze Massacre and Farmer Bob’s Haunted Hayride.
Amazing Acres – Barnard, MO. Open Saturday and Sunday in late September and October. Pick your own pumpkins or buy pre-picked pumpkins at the concession stand. Don’t forget to leave time to get lost in their corn maze! Be afraid in their haunted maze the last two weekends in October. Flashlight maze on Halloween night. Playground attractions include horse swings, spider web climbing rope, corn box, slides and bounce house. The address is 34079 Impala Trail, Barnard, MO. It is about 34 miles north of St. Joseph.
Good Time Charlie’s – Chillicothe, MO. Their fall activity is Papa Charlie’s Pumpkin Patch which include pumpkins, a corn maze, train rides, 20 foot bouncing, hay mountain, zip line and lots more fun. They are open every day in October. The address is 8554 Liv 511, Chillicothe, MO 64601. It is about 70 miles east of St. Joseph.
Southwest – Springfield and Joplin
Campbell’s Maze Daze and Pumpkin Patch – Clever, MO. General admission includes kids 4 acre cornfield maze, pick your own patch, pumpkin painting (with purchase of a pumpkin), hayrides, scavenger hunt and kids play area with fort, swings, bounce house and tractor choo choo train. Nighttime 8 acre haunted maze and karaoke on Friday and Saturday nights in October. Additional charges for face painting, pony rides and bonfires. Open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from late September through early November. The address is 177 Carob Rd., Clever, MO. The location is about 22 miles south of Springfield. It will be their 15th annual corn maze. There is a 4 acre maze designed for kids 12 and under. The 8 acre haunted maze is open after dark for select weekends before Halloween.
Right Choices Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch LLC – Southwest City, MO – 7 Acres
Opens September 20, 2014. Right Choices is located on Manning Brother’s Elk River Farm, which was established in 1866. In addition to the cornfield, there’s also a pumpkin patch, hay ride, cow train and corn cannon, along with other activities. Past themes have included Mustang (2013) and Make Right Choices (2011).
Pickin’ Patch Farm – Marionville, MO. A small farm in the Ozarks owned and operated by Richard Witt and his family for more than 20 years. Corn maze and pumpkin picking open daily from late September through early November. Hayrides run every 15 to 30 minutes throughout the day. The address is 22813 Hwy ZZ, Marionville, MO 65075. It is about 26 miles southwest of Springfield.
Rutledge-Wilson Farm – Springfield, MO – 10 Acres
The Rutledge-Wilson Farm Community Park is a 207 acre farm park that provides educational and recreational activities for the Springfield community. In addition to the cornfusing fun in their 10 acre cornfield, you can fish in the pond, play on the playground and meet the farm animals!
The MAiZE in Verona – Verona, MO – 7 Acres
2014 Theme: Local Heroes
Opens September 20, 2014. It is open Wednesday and Friday evening as well as Saturday from late September into early November. Haunted trail and haunted maze. Hayrides, corn cannon, cow train, and pumpkin launcher. Past themes have featured Thank Our Vets (2013) and Joplin Standing Strong (2012).
Fun Time Farms, LLC – Lowry, MO – 4 Acres
Open Friday through Sunday from late September through October. The maze takes approximately one hour to complete. Haunted maze after dark on Friday and Saturday nights. Hayride, corn cannon, cow train, hay jump and tube slide.
Hampton’s Greenhouse, Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze – Marshfield, MO
2014 Theme: Hamptons – 50 Years
Open Friday through Sunday from late September through early November. Don’t forget to bring a flashlight after dark. The 2013 theme was God Still Loves America.
Exeter Corn Maze – Exeter, MO – Enjoy 7 acres of twist and turns at one of the area best corn mazes with much more fun. Exeter Corn Maze has a huge pumpkin patch, a giant orange pillow for their pumpkin jump, a zip line, pumpkin cannon, hayride, cow train, campfires, Zombie Paintball, Haunted Barn, concessions and more. Located less than 30 minutes from NW Arkansas. Address is State Highway MM, Exeter, MO 65647. Opens around September 19th through Halloween. They have nearly 8000 Facebook likes.
Monster Corn Maze – Cabool, MO
Opens September 26, 2014.
Shryocks Callaway Farms – Columbia, MO – 15 Acres
2014 Theme: Tractor
Opens September 12, 2014. The Shryock family has been farming in Northern Callaway County since 1889. They opened their first cornfield to visitors in 2002. All of the corn themes are designed by the Shryock family. The maze is open some evenings for flashlight nights. Hayrides and pumpkins are also available. Past maze themes have included Salute Our Troops (2013), SEC (2012) and
Grandma Shryock (2011).
Fischer Farms Pumpkin Patch – Jefferson City, MO. A family farm with over a 40 acre pumpkin field, 10 acre corn maze, apple orchard, hayrides and a variety of farm animals, straw maze and corn box. Opens Friday, Saturday, and Sunday starting in late September. Admission with maze is $6. Without maze, $3. The location is at 1905 Mokane Rd., Jefferson City, MO 65101. It is about 2 miles from downtown Jefferson City. Past maze themes include (2013) God Bless America, (2012) Missouri Grown, and (2011) Windmill, Silo & Pumpkins.
Nowlin’s Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch – Blackwater, MO. Admission is $6 per person. Children six and under are free. Bring your flashlight to enjoy the maze at night. Enjoy the hayride and fresh air. They open around September 12th. They are located on Bryant Bottom Road, Blackwater, MO. It is about 39 miles west of Columbia.
Prairies End Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze – Cole Camp, MO. They open weekends starting around September 19th. The address is 10757 Highway 65, Cole Camp, Missouri. It is about 60 miles west of Jefferson City.
Jackson County Connections – La Plata, MO. This is an outdoor agricultural entertainment complex open every fall. They feature a giant corn maze and a pick your perfect pumpkin patch. They also have a hay mountain, wagon rides, bounce house, and field trips. The address is 28496 Nature Lane, La Plata, MO 63549. It is about 78 miles north of Columbia, MO.
Swinkey Corn Maze – Monroe City, MO – 4.5 acres
Opened last year but haven’t seen any info yet about 2014. This is an annual fundraiser for Indian Creek Knights of Columbus Council. There is a scavenger hunt game inside the maze and a lookout bridge. It takes between 30 and 60 minutes to find your way through. Don’t forget your flashlight for after dark on Friday and Saturday nights.