You have landed on my Wisconsin corn maze directory page. I’ve located 18 corn mazes in Wisconsin. Since corn is the leading crop in Wisconsin, it shouldn’t surprise you that some of the 78,000 farms have turned their 15 million acres of farmland into a corn maze for you to enjoy.
Here is the list of Wisconsin corn mazes. Be sure to check out their website for further information, hours and prices.
Govin’s Corn Maze – Menomonie, WI – 10 Acres
2013 Theme: Believe in Heroes – Wounded Warrior Project
2012 Theme: The Alzheimer’s Association
2011 Theme: St. Judes Children’s Hospital
The maze is open after dark, so bring your flashlight. Pick your own pumpkin in the three acre pumpkin patch, shoot the pumpkin cannon, or enjoy a game of pumpkin bowling. There’s also farm animals, pig races and mini golf. Govin’s Meats and Berries is a small family farm run by John and Julie Govin.
Appleton – Green Bay
Meuer Farm – Chilton, WI – 10 Acres
2013 Theme: Donald Driver
2012 Theme: Find it on the Farm
2011 Theme: Honoring Sponsors
The Meuer Farm is a 150 acre farm run by David & Leslie Meuer, fourth generation farmers. There are two mazes within the design, a small 3-4 acre maze and a 6-7 acre maze. Large groups that want to do the maze at night can schedule an appointment. Pumpkins are normally pre-picked and available for sale but the website says you can pick your own pumpkin if you wish. They also offer hayrides, a giant slide, corn box and water balloon slingshots.
Polly’s Farm Market – Chilton, WI – 13 Acres, 2 Mazes
2013 Theme: Football
2012 Theme: Coats for Kids
2011 Theme: Good day Wisconsin
Polly’s is a small family farm and market in northeast Wisconsin owned by husband and wife Gary Juckem and Polly Roland. Several generations of Gary’s family have run the farm since it was opened in 1889. The pumpkin patch was started in 2003. They now grow over 50 varieties of pumpkins. They started their corn maze in 2011. You can go through the maze at night or try the separate haunted corn maze. Other activities include the barnyard animals, wagon rides and scarecrow building.
Dairy View Corn Maze – Sturgeon Bay, WI – 17 Acres
2013 Theme: Thanks for Volunteering. Celebrate Family.
2012 Theme: Cookie for President
2011 Theme: Egg Harbor’s Sesquicentennial
Play the three optional games as you walk through the corn maze. When you finish, enjoy some of their ice cream made on the premises. The Schopf family farm is a dairy farm that was started in the late 1800s.
Wilke’s Dairy Farms - County Road W North, Wausau, WI 54403
Located on the huge Wilke’s Dairy Farms are Haunted Weekends, the corn maze, and a 7 acre pick your own pumpkin patch. The haunted house, haunted maze, and haunted hayride are open October 19th, 20th, 25th, 26th, and 27th. Tickets are $8 for each attractions or all for $20. The corn maze and pumpkin patch both open on September 15th for the season. Wilke’s has lots of food and other entertainment. A fun place for the whole family.
Zoromski Farm – Hatley, WI – 10 Acres – website has been hacked – 12/11/2013
2013 Theme: ?
2012 Theme: St. Jude’s Hospital
2011 Theme: Never Forgotten Honor Flight
There’s also a mini maze for younger children. Other activities include the hayride, petting zoo and playground. The Zoromski Homestead Farm is an educational hobby farm focused on agritainment that spent time as a dairy and ginseng farm since its start in 1899.
Skelly’s Farm Market – Janesville, WI – 15 Acres, Multiple Mazes
2013 Theme: Flight of the Pumpkins
2012 Theme: Scarecrow Bowl
2011 Theme: Tractorformers
They’ve been running a corn maze since 1998. They added an impossible maze for adults in 2008, which is also open as a night maze for ten evenings in October. Other activities include the wagon rides, pumpkin picking, pumpkin slingshot, playground, tricycle track and scarecrow decorating.
Treinen Farm Corn Maze – Lodi, WI – 15 Acres
2013 Theme: Kraken
2012 Theme: Technology
2011 Theme: Greek Mythology-Icarus
Find the map pieces in mailboxes throughout the maze to find the exit, as well as the eight secret locations in the maze. Bring your flashlights on Friday and Saturday night as the maze is open after dark. Other activities include a 14 acre pumpkin patch and hayrides. The Treinen farm is a third generation family farm run by Alan and Angie Treinen.
Schusters Farm – Deerfield, WI
2013 Theme: Welcome to Wisconsin Coach Andersen
2012 Theme: Ronald McDonald House Charities of Madison
You can also go through the maze at night. Other activities include the haunted forest, racing pigs, mini golf, hayrides, pumpkins and pumpkin blasters. The Schuster Farm began in 1990 when they purchased the Gangstad Farm. In 1994, after trying a variety of other crops, they began growing pumpkins. And they’ve been doing it for 19 years now.
Vesperman Farms Corn Maze – Lancaster, WI – 5 Acres
2013 Theme: Pumpkins
2012: Only open October 27th – November 3rd
2011 Theme: Scarecrow
A fifth generation family farm started in the 1890s. They have been losing visitors in their corn maze for 10 years.
Army Lake Camp Corn Maze – Troy, WI – 12 Acres
A 240 acre property purchased by the Salvation Army in 1922. Enjoy the maze, wagon ride, pumpkin patch, bounce houses, climbing wall corn cannon, archery, paintball and games. All proceeds benefit the Army Lake Camp.
Basse’s Taste of Country Farm – Colgate, WI – 4 Acres
2013 Theme: Scooby Doo
2012 Theme: Batman
The corn maze is open daily from late September through Halloween. It takes 35-45 minutes to get through the large maze and 15-20 minutes to navigate the kid’s maze. Pumpkin festival on weekends with pumpkin patch, hayride, pony rides, pig races, jumping pillow, pedal carts, super slides and pumpkin blaster.
Glacier Rock Farms – Lebanon, WI – 4 Acres
2013 Theme: ?
2012 Theme: It’s a Jungle Out There
2011 Theme: Alien
A family owned and operated pumpkin farm along the Rock River started by Bob and Lori Schilling in 2000. The corn maze was started in 2005 and offers stamped maze markers for guests to find. Hayrides and petting farm available for visitors. At night, guests can attempt to survive the five attraction haunted scream park.
Homestead Animal Farm – Hartland, WI – 4.4 Acres
2013 Theme: Adventures under the Sea
2012 Theme: QR Code
2011 Theme: Green Bay Packers
A Southeastern Wisconsin farm in the Harmann family for 130 years which hosted its first corn maze in 2002. The corn maze has three maze games including maze punch card and smartphone QR code trivia. Also enjoy the hay rides and farm animals.
Schuett Farm – Mukwonago, WI – 8 Acres
2013 Theme: Pumpkin Farm
2012 Theme: Jack-o-Lantern
An eight acre daytime maze with three miles of paths and smartphone checkpoint system. Pumpkin picking, hayrides and pumpkin launching.
Waldvogel’s Pumpkin Farm – Dodge County, WI – 6 Acres
2013 Theme: Farm
2012 Theme: Wagon
2011 Theme: Castle
A corn maze with lookout tower and trivia questions located one hour from Milwaukee. Family attractions including hayride, pumpkin patch, mini golf, farm train, slide, haunted granary, trike track and Hopalong Rodeo. It is run by Phil and Debbie Waldvogel, who started growing corn and soybeans at the farm in 1977.
Racine – Kenosha
Borzynskis Farm – Sturtevant, WI – 8 Acres
2013 Theme: Borzynski’s 20th Anniversary
2012 Theme: Sherwood Forest
2011 Theme: Safari
The corn maze is open on Friday afternoons, Saturday and Sunday from mid/late September through Halloween. Saturday nights in October are flashlight nights. Enjoy pumpkin picking, hayrides, petting zoo and children’s play area. Special events include the Cornucopia of Corn Fest and Craft Fair.
Hidden Trails Corn Maze – West Salem, WI – 6 Acres
2013 Theme: Farm Scene Investigation
2012 Theme: A-Maze-ing Spiderman
2011 Theme: Transformation
Hidden Trails, located three miles east of Valley View Mall, started their first corn maze in 2000. Other activities include the pumpkin patch, wagon rides, barrel train and duck races.
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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