Kansas City Corn Mazes

Find some fall farm fun at a corn maze in the Kansas City area:


Johnson Farms – Belton, MO.  A 140 acre farm with 60 acre pick your own pumpkins as well as 20 acre corn maze. Weekend pony rides, pig races, straw maze bale, jumping pillow, pumpkin cannon and train rides. They also sell pre-harvested pumpkins. They have been providing outdoor fall family fun for more than ten years. Open daily during the pumpkin season from late September through Halloween. Admission is $8-12 with children 2 and under free.  The address is 17701 Holmes Road, Belton, MO 64012.  It is about 24 miles south of Kansas City.

Liberty Corn Maze – Liberty, MO – 25 Acres
2014 Theme: Sporting KC – 2013 MLS Champs
Opened on September 5, 2014. Family fun at the largest cornfield maze in Missouri run by Errie & Bernie Raasch. There are four mazes cut in the design plus a 1.5 acre soybean maze for kids. Between the mazes, there are 9.5 miles of trails through the corn. Past themes have featured the National WWI Museum (2013), The American Farmer (2012), and Kansas City Comets (2011).

Schuck’s Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch – Pleasant Hill, MO.  Thirty acres of outdoor activities in Cass County starting in mid-September. Pumpkins, hayrides, barrel train rides, corn cannon, corn crib, hay mountains, zipline, laser tag and corn box. Also features 16 acres of cornfield mazes with three different skill levels and flashlight nights on Friday and Saturday. Located 28 miles east of Kansas City. The farm is run by Kevin and Angie Scharig.  The address is 20156 S. State 291 Hwy, Pleasant Hill, MO 64081.  There are three mazes cut in the design for varying skill levels, including an easy, 2 acre maze for kids. 

Weston Red Barn Farm – Weston, MO.  A real working farmstead that will make you wonder if you have stepped back onto a turn of the century farm. You pick apples begin at the end of August. You pick pumpkin field open weekends starting around Labor Day. Their fall festival includes farm animals, tractor and horse drawn hayrides, a 4 acre corn maze and pony rides. Fall farm closes the first weekend in November. Farm market offers fresh produce daily. No admission or parking fee – there is a per activity charge. About: The land for the farm was purchased by Steve Frey in 1989. Steve and his wife Cindy own and operate the farm to provide an educational experience for children and an authentic farm for families to enjoy.  The address is 16300 Wilkerson Road, Weston, Missouri 64098.  It is located about 30 miles northwest of Kansas City.


Louisburg Cider Mill – Louisburg, KS – 10 Acres
Opens September 18, 2015. Theme is the Headless Horseman.
Tom & Shelly Schierman restored their 120 year old barn in 1977 and bottled their first jug of apple cider. They now have a ten acre corn maze, ten acre pumpkin patch, and offer lots of other fun activities for visitors to this cider mill. Past themes have featured Ozmo the Scarecrow (2013), Witch (2012) and Wizard (2011).
Location: 14730 K68 Highway, Louisburg, KS 66053

KC Pumpkin Patch – Olathe, KS.  
Opens September 26, 2015!
Kirk Berggren and Julie Bollinger started their Kansas City area pumpkin patch in 2003.  General admission includes corn maze, rock climbing wall, petting zoo, duck races and other fall farm fun activities. Night brings the KC Fear Farm with haunted attractions including haunted cornfield. Started by Kirk Berggren and Julie Bollinger in 2003. They’ve moved to a new location in Olathe for 2014. Past themes include Soldier Saluting Flag (2013) and Kansas City Soccer (2011).  There are over sixty farm activities here, including a corn maze and the KC Fear Farm. Open from September 26th to October 31, 2015.  This popular Kansas farm has over 16,201 Facebook likes.  Their address is 13875 S. Gardner Road, Olathe, Kansas.  It is about 27 miles southwest of Kansas City, Kansas.