Montana Corn Mazes

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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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2015 Montana Farms and Mazes


Great Falls

Applestem – Vaughn, MT.  A corn maze and pumpkin picking two miles west of Vaughn and near Great Falls. Also enjoy the haunted maze, giant hay slide, rubber duck races, grain and cow trains.  The address is 283 US Hwy 89, Vaughn, MT 59483.  It is 17 miles west of Great Falls, MT.  Benjamin Franklin Stickney stumbled across this land chasing runaway oxen in the Winter of 1864 and decided to stay. His daughter married a man named Joe Sterling, and their descendants own the ranch. There’s a smaller hay maze and a net maze in addition to the large, 20 acre corn field maze. The maze turns haunted after dark on Friday and Saturday for the last three weekends in October. Past themes have included Support Our Troops & Tractor (2013), Fighting Cancer (2012) and Celebrate Walter Breuning (2011).


Satorie Farms – Billings, MT. 
Opens October 3, 2015!
This 30 year old farm in Billing Heights has a 5 acre pumpkin patch so that you can pick your own pumpkin. Also enjoy the corn maze, hillbilly golf, hay rides, trike track and snack concessions.  They are located about 5 miles outside of Billings.  The address is 1916 Hawthorne Lane, Billings, MT 59105.  Sartorie Farms has been in business for more than thirty years. When they doubled the size of their maze to 16 acres, they started calling it The Beast! It takes more than 45 minutes to complete. If you would prefer something shorter, they offer a shortcut entrance so you could start half way through it if you prefer. The cornfield is open for getting lost Friday through Sundays in September and October starting around September 19th.  Saturday and Sunday the Fall festival also has a u-pick pumpkin patch, hillbilly golf, hay rides, farm animals and pumpkin chucking. Discounted combination tickets available for the night maze as well as zombie paintball or the haunted hayride.

J & K Farms  – Laurel, MT.  A wonderful pick your own farm with lots and lots of pumpkins.  They also have a corn maze, fresh produce, and a greenhouse.  The address is 7 Krug Lane, Laurel, Montana.  It is just 16 miles southwest of Billings.

Missoula – Kalispell

Field of Screams – Victor, MT
This Western Montana haunted attraction opens October 2, 2015. Start in the haunted corn field, find your way around the farm and then get finished off in the ghost town. In 2013, they also started offering daylight hours with an unhaunted cornfield, wagon rides, hay bale tower and playground. Kids admission is $6. Adult (without pumpkin) is $4. Located 4.5 miles south of Victor and 30 minutes south of Missoula.

Fritz Corn Maze – Kalispell, MT
They open for corn field fun Friday through Sunday starting on Aug 30, 2014. They also host a haunted trail for four evenings near Halloween. In 2014, that will be October 24, 25, 31 and Nov 1. Other activities include culvert slides, cow train, bale maze and bean bag toss. Admission is $5 for ages 5 and up. Children 4 and under are free.

Missoula Maze – Missoula, MT.  Pick your own pumpkins at this Montana corn maze. Other activities include the hay maze, obstacle course, puzzle maze, pony rides and petting zoo. They also feature a one of a kind night maze in October.  Learn more on Facebook.  The address is 1010 Clements Rd., Missoula, MT 59801.  It is about 3 miles west of downtown Missoula.  They open around September 19th.  The corn maze and hay maze are linked together for more than 4500 feet of passageways covering more than 1 acre. It takes between 20 and 30 minutes for the average person to complete. Open after dark in October for the night maze, so bring your flashlight if you don’t want to be totally lost in the corn after dusk. Admission for adults (13-65) is $8. Seniors and children (4-12) are $5. The theme for 2013 was the Wild West. Other activities include some children’s mazes.


Montana Corn Maze – Manhattan, MT.  Get lost in a fun corn maze or take home some great pumpkins at this 160 acre farm.  Open on Saturdays in September and Friday and Saturdays in October.  It also has a hayride, corn hole, miniature golf holes, and farm fun.  The address is 4605 West Cameron Bridge Road, Manhattan, MT.  It is about 14 miles southwest of Bozeman.  Enjoy their 2.5 acre southwest Montana corn field that is not cut with computers or GPS. Mystery clues hidden in the stalks to make the maze more interesting. Past themes have included the Big Hole Battlefield (2014), Montana State Bobcats (2013), the Treasure State (2012) and Yellowstone Park (2011). Adult admission is $6 while children (ages 5-12) are $5. Cash only. Open Saturdays in September from 5 to 8:30 pm. In October, open Fridays from 5 to 8:30 pm and Saturday from 2 to 8:30 pm.  This historic farm is operated by the same family for more than 100 years.

Rocky Creek Farm – Bozeman, MT.  Rocky Creek Farm is a 50 acre pick your own farm in Bozeman that has been growing a variety of crops for over 30 years. The patch is open weekday afternoons and weekends from mid-September through Halloween. Other activities include hayrides, petting zoo, corn maze and straw forts. They also feature a haunted swamp in October.  Learn more on Facebook.  The address is 34297 Frontage Road, Bozeman, MT 59715.  It is located 5 miles east of Bozeman.

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