Oregon Corn Mazes
Below you will find the list of Oregon corn mazes. Don’t forget to check out their website for additional information, hours and prices.
Eugene – Corvallis – Salem
Lone Pine Farms Limited – Junction City, OR
Lone Pine Farms was started in 1985 by Mike Jenson. 10 acre daytime maze is open daily in October. Past themes have included XScream (2013) and Witch Way to Lone Pine Farms (2012). Ages 12 and up are $6. Others are $4. Maze is haunted on Friday through Sunday nights in October. The cost is $13 (Sunday) or $15 (Friday-Saturday). There’s also a pumpkin patch, hayride, cow train and petting barn. Located 15 minutes north of Eugene.
Muddy Creek Corn Maze – Corvallis, OR
The Davis family has been farming in Willamette Valley for over 70 years. They sold the dairy farm in 2000 and started their corn maze in 2003. The seven acre corn maze is open on weekends in the Fall. Past themes have included OSU Beaver Football (2013), Pigs in the Pumpkin Patch (2012) and Fall Harvest (2011). They also offer a pumpkin patch, hayrides, cow train and tractor swings.
Airlie Hills – Monmouth, OR
A 5 acre corn field maze for $5 on weekdays and $7 on weekends. Unlimited hay rides, hay maze, dark maze, trike racing, and hay pyramid with admission. There are also farm animals and a pumpkin patch.
Bose Family Farm – Albany, OR
An 8 acre maze with punch card stations hidden along the trail. The 2013 theme was The Spiders of Mirkwood (from The Hobbit). Pumpkin picking, hay rides, miniature disc golf, pumpkin painting and hay pyramid.
Fordyce Farm – Salem, OR
Navigate the maze by answering questions and thought provoking riddles. Monsters invade the maze on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights. Other activities: hayrides, bale hay fort, pumpkins and apple slingshot.
E.Z. Farm Orchards – Salem, OR
A 4.5 acre corn maze is part of their HarvestFest celebration. Admission is $3 on weekdays and $7 on weekends. Other activities: pumpkin patch, tractor drawn hay rides, petting zoo, pedal tractors, gemstone mining, pony rides and live bluegrass music.
Green Bridge Gardens – Jefferson, OR
A 4 acre corn maze at a u-pick farm with pumpkins, hay ride, hay maze, play area and farm animals.
Montgomery Farms Corn Maze – Ontario, OR
Two phases, including a short, easy path and a longer, mile-long path. Haunted corn maze after dark in late October. Corn cannon, onion launcher, Zip line, farm animals, bounce house and mini mazes.
Portland Corn Mazes
Baggenstos Farms – Sherwood, OR
It takes approximately 45 minutes to complete the regular, 5 acre maze. Bring a flashlight on Friday and Saturday nights to experience the maze at night. Past themes have included Plants vs Zombies2 (2013), Obama/Romney (2012) and Wicked Pumpkin (2011). Ages 13 and up are $7. Children ages 5 to 12 are $5. Other activities: hay rides, pumpkin patch, pumpkin bowling, play area and farm animals.
Bauman’s Farm – Gervais, OR
Corn maze. Other activities include the pumpkin patch, dark maze, hay ride, jumping pillow, animal barn, bug train, obstacle course, pedal karts, gem mining, playground and kids zone.
The Corn Maize at the Pumpkin Patch – Portland, OR
Open daily in September and October. The daylight maze has two miles of trails through the five acre corn field. A four acre, unlit haunted corn maze is inhabited by spooky creatures on Friday and Saturday evenings in October. Other farm fun includes pumpkin picking, hayrides, cow train rides, animal barn and farm fresh market. This is a family farm growing produce for more than 45 years.
Fazio Farms – Portland, OR
Open daily from late September to Halloween. It has a 6.5 acre maze with 2 miles of paths through the corn field. Other activities include tractor hay ride, hay bale maze, hay bale pyramid, bouncy slide and pumpkin ring toss.
Kruger’s Farm Market – Portland, OR
The regular maze is open daily with an admission of $6 for ages 5 and up. On cabaret nights (Friday/Saturday in October), navigate the maze to reach an outdoor movie theater and live music performance area. Other activities at the farm market include u-pick pumpkins, hayrides and animal barn.
Portland Pumpkin Farm – Portland, OR
A seven acre cornfield maze with 3.2 miles of path from start to finish. Open daily in September and October. Separate, haunted corn maze with vampires, zombies and other scary creatures on Friday and Saturday evenings in late September and October. Past themes for the mazes have included the Ducks vs. Beavers (regular) and VooDoo Doughnuts (haunted) (2013). There’s also hay rides, hay maze, cow train and farm animals. Organic and non-organic pumpkin picking. The pumpkin farm is located at Bella Organic.
Liepold Farms – Boring, OR
The Liepold fall festival includes six acre cornfield for getting lost, pumpkins, pumpkin carving, hay ride, hay maze, and pony rides. Past maze themes have included the circus (2013), Wild Life (2012) and the Headless Horseman (2011).
Pearmine Farms – Gervais, OR
A three acre cornfield maze. Admission is two donated canned goods or you can also pay cash. Proceeds from the pumpkin patch go to Farmers Ending Hunger and the Marion and Polk Food Share.
French Prairie Gardens – Saint Paul, OR
The five weeks of fall fun here includes a 2 acre corn maze. Hay wagon rides, pumpkin picking, Pig-tucky Derby Pig Races, farm animal pavilion, hay maze, pig barrel train rides, obstacle course, corn cannon, tricycle maze and slides. Open from September 27th to October 31st.
Heiser Farms – Dayton, OR
A 5 acre corn field maze open weekends in October with a haunted maze on Saturday nights in late October. Pumpkin patch, hayrides, petting zoo, and pedal tractors on this pumpkin farm started by John and Kristi Heiser in 1994. Other activities: giant inflatable pumpkin, pony rides, fire engine rides, and miniature train. Special events: zombie apocalypse run, pumpkin cannon festival.
Rasmussen Farms Pumpkin Funland – Hood River, OR
A family farm in Hood River Valley that transforms into Pumpkin Funland in October. Includes one acre cornstalk maze and pumpkin bowling. Past themes for the maze have included The Wizard of Oz (2013), Scouting in the Gorge – Celebrating 100 years of Girl Scouts (2012) and The Princess and the Pear (2011).
Fort Vannoy Farms – Grants Pass, OR
They have a four acre daytime corn field maze with a one night haunted maze in late October. Hayrides and pumpkin picking as part of their fall festival on weekends.
Smith Rock Ranch – Terrebonne, OR
Matt and Kendra Lisignoli have let visitors into their cornfield to get lost since 2002. In 2013, the maze was six acres. Past themes have been A Bug’s Life (2013), Pacman (2012), Star Wars (2011) and Jurassic Park (2010). Pumpkin picking, horse drawn wagon rides, pumpkin cannon, pony rides, zoo train, barnyard golf, and farm animals.