Oregon Corn Mazes
Locate popular Oregon corn mazes with fun activities that stretch from September through Halloween near Portland as well as elsewhere in 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 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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Lone Pine Farms Limited – Junction City, OR
2015 Theme: Line Pine Farms
Opens October 1, 2015. Lone Pine Farms was started in 1985 by Mike Jenson. 10 acre daytime maze is open daily in October. Past themes have included the Farm (2014), 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.
E.Z. Orchards – Salem, Oregon. Activities include a pumpkin patch, corn maze, petting zoo, pony rides, hay rides, fall treats, gemstone mining. HarvestFest at E.Z. Orachards started in 1996. They are open most days in October. Their address is 5504 Hazel Green Rd. NE, Salem, OR.
Airlie Hills – Monmouth, OR.
Opens October 1, 2015
12 acres of farm fun with pumpkin picking, corn maze, hay maze, hay rides, farm animals and pedal karts. Enjoyable activity farm located at 10720 Airlie Rd., Monmouth, OR. It is 24 miles south of Salem. It open around the last weekend in September. It has a 5 acre corn field maze for $5 on weekdays and $7 on weekends.
Bose Family Farm – Albany, OR. A family owned and operated farm for nearly 100 years that has you-pick pumpkins, antique tractor pulled hayrides and 10 acre corn maze with punch card stations hidden along the trail. Harvest festival opens daily September 19th through first weekend in November. They are located at 35765 Cyrus Rd. NE, Albany, OR 97322. It is 26 miles south of Salem.
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.
Flower John’s – McMinnville, OR. The farm is open from the middle of May through October with daily activities. Enjoy their fall pumpkin patch, hayride and corn field maze. This family has been farming in Oregon since 1882. They are located at 15000 SW Oldsville Road, McMinnville, OR 97128. They are 27 miles northwest of Salem.
Grandpa’s Fresh Market – Stayton, OR. Grandpa’s pumpkins are for sale in October. There is also a corn maze and hayrides (weekends). They are located at 36483 OR 226, Albany, Oregon. This is 30 miles south of Salem.
Greens Bridge Gardens – Jefferson, OR. A u-pick farm with pumpkins, a 4 acre corn maze, hay ride, hay maze, play area and farm animals. A good place for pick your own tomatoes, peaches, and berries in the summer or pumpkins and apples in the fall. Their address is 3730 Jefferson Scio Drive SE, Jefferson, OR 97352. It is 20 miles south of Salem.
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 Farm – Sherwood, OR. Open daily in October. Pumpkin picking, hayride. Farm animals, hay maze, play structure, fall sign cutouts, tractor and hay “house” are free for visitors to enjoy. Weekends include Mt Angel Oktoberfest sausages, hand cut french fries, pumpkin bowling and duck races. Five acre cornfield maze is $5-7 for those 5 years of age or older. Bring a flashlight to the night maze on Friday and Saturday nights in October. The farm store has fresh produce and fall decorations for sale. The James Gang offers pulled pork sandwiches on select weekends in October. The farm is run by the Baggenstos family, who have been farming in the community since 1919. The address is 15801 SW Roy Rogers Road, Sherwood, OR 97140. It is located 15 miles southwest of Portland. It takes approximately 45 minutes to complete the regular, 5 acre maze. Past themes have included Haunted Graveyard (2014), Plants vs Zombies2 (2013), Obama/Romney (2012) and Wicked Pumpkin (2011).
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 Pumpkin Patch – Portland Oregon. A 700 acre family farm growing produce for more than 45 years. It is 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. Pick your own pumpkins in October, plus an animal barn, hay maze and cow train. Free hayrides on Labor Day Weekend and daily in October. Pumpkin Cottage Gift Shop includes collectibles, toys, specialty foods, gifts and farm souvenirs. Market offers apples and pears in September and fall decorations in October. It is located on Sauvie Island at 16511 NW Gillihan Rd., Portland, OR 97231. It is 12 miles northwest of downtown Portland, OR.
Gramma’s Farm Store – Sherwood, OR. Visit their fresh farm store, pumpkin patch, and corn maze. Activities run daily starting the last weekend in September. Their address is 17995 SW Scholls-Sherwood, Sherwood, OR 97140. It is 17 miles southwest of Portland.
Fazio Farms – Portland, OR
Open daily starting September 25, 2015! 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. A 150 acre working farm on Sauvie Island 12 miles from downtown Portland. U-pick pumpkins, hayrides and animal barn. The regular corn 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. The address is 17100 NW Sauvie Island Rd., Portland, OR.
Portland Pumpkin Farm – Portland, OR
2014 Theme: Disney Junior’s Jake & the Neverland Pirates
Opened on August 30, 2014. 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.
Plumper Pumpkin Patch – Portland, OR. Located on 65 acres of a former century dairy farm in Willamette Valley. Includes pumpkin flinging, farm animals, corn field maze, slides, obstacle course, string mazes, tire garden, pumpkin bowling (weekends) and play area. It is open for pumpkins from mid-September through Halloween. Admission is $5-10 with family and season passes available. Token attractions include corn cannon, slingshot, pumpkin cannons, barrel train rides and hayrides. Pony rides and face painting available at an additional cost. The farm is family owned and operated by the Kessinger family, who have lived there since 1993 and grown pumpkins since 1998. It is located at 11435 NW Old Cornelius Pass Rd., Portland, OR 97231. It is 13 miles northwest of downtown Portland.
Liepold Farms – Boring, OR. The Liepold fall festival includes pumpkins, hay maze, pedal tractor tricycle race track, corn bin and pumpkin-pult. 20 minute cruise around the farm on the hay ride for $3. Six acre cornfield for getting lost costs $5-7 per person. Find all the dead-ends in the corn maze and get entered in the grand prize drawing. There is a $6 minimum on the pony rides, which benefit the Oregon Animal Rescue. No admission fee and free parking. All day fun passes are $10-12. Open every day from late September through Halloween. Their address is 14480 SE Richey Road, Boring, OR 97009. It is 23 miles east of Portland. Past maze themes have included the circus (2013), Wild Life (2012) and the Headless Horseman (2011).
Bella Organic – Portland, OR. Organic and non-organic pumpkin picking. There’s also a hay rides, hay maze, cow train and farm animals. It’s otherwise known as the Portland Pumpkin Farm and Twilight Maze. It has 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). The location is at 16205 NW Gillihan Rd., Portland, OR 97231. This is 12 miles northwest of Portland.
Lake View Farms – North Plains, OR. A 15 acre pumpkin field along with corn maze that started in 1987 as a family run produce garden by Mike and Sue Cropp. Take a train ride and paddle boat ride to get to your future jack o’ lantern. Admission to the patch is $4 and gets you $1 off your pumpkin purchase. Maze is $5 with a discount for children under the age of 5. Caterpillar rides are available on weekends for $2. Face painting, pony rides, farm animals and delicious fall foods. Open daily from late September through late October. They are at 32055 NW North Ave., North Plains, Oregon. It is 19 miles east of Portland.
A Maze in Grace Gardens – Cornelius, OR. Visit their patch of pumpkins, corn maze ($3-5) and free hay rides. Established in 2007. Don’t forget to check out their famous 4 wheel drive pirate ship ($1 rides). Homemade apple cider available. There is a coupon for $1 off the maze on their website. Open Tuesday through Sunday from late September through October. The address is 2985 SW Golf Course Rd., Cornelius, OR 97113. This is 26 miles east of Portland.
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 – St. Paul, OR. Enjoy a country experience at their fall harvest festival. Pumpkin picking patch, 2 acre maze of corn, pig races, hay maze, obstacle course, tricycle maze, corn cannon, farm animal pavilion, pig barrel train rides, tire pile, rope maze and slide land. Free admission and free parking on weekends. A soccer ball sized pumpkin is priced at around $5. Farm Market offers fresh baked goods and produce. Other food available at the Farmer’s Fry. The farm is operated by the Pohlschneider family. The address is 17673 French Prairie Road, St. Paul, OR 97137. This is 32 miles south of Portland. It open the last weekend in September. The are usually five weeks of fall fun. Free admission and parking on weekends.
Heiser Farms – Dayton, OR. Pumpkin patch and corn maze on this pumpkin farm started by John and Kristi Heiser in 1994. No admission fee. Payment for pumpkins is via cash or check only. Free activities: hayrides, petting zoo, pedal tractors, hay pyramid and slide. Weekend activities (with price) are the inflatable pumpkin, fire engine ride, miniature train ride and pony rides. Two pricing packages available for individuals/families who don’t want to pay one price rather than per attraction. They are located at 24125 SE Grand Island Loop, Dayton, OR 97114 which is 42 miles southwest of Portland. The 5 acre corn field maze open weekends in October with a haunted maze on Saturday nights in late October. Other activities: giant inflatable pumpkin, pony rides, fire engine rides, and miniature train. Special events: zombie apocalypse run, pumpkin cannon festival.
Lone Pine Farms – Junction City, Oregon. Take a hayride to pick out your pumpkin. Hayrides pulled by tractor or horse drawn (weekends). Corn maze, cow train trail, playground and gem mining. They are open daily in October. The address is 91909 River Rd., Junction City, Oregon. It is located 10 miles north of Eugene. They have a four acre daytime corn field maze with a one night haunted maze in late October.
White’s Country Farm – Medford, Oregon. A huge country store with a pumpkin patch with kids’ corn maze, hayride, pony rides and face painting on site. The address is 3939 W. Main St., Medford, Oregon.
Mahaffy Ranch – Coos Bay, Oregon. This u-pick pumpkin patch run by Ryan & Shawna Mahaffy was established in 2004. Cornfield maze, tractor pulled hay rides, face painting, corn cannon and farm animals starting the last weekend in September. Their address is 10362 U.S. Highway 241, Coos Bay, Oregon.
Smith Rock Ranch – Terrebonne, OR
2014 Theme: Godzilla
Opens September 27, 2014. 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.
Val’s Veggies – Baker City, Oregon. A small family vegetable form in northeast Oregon with a field of pumpkins. There is a scavenger hunt in the corn maze. Night maze available on select days in October. They open the last weekend in September. Their address is 44889 Houghton Creek Road, Baker City, Oregon 97814.