Find local Nebraska corn mazes near Lincoln and Omaha. 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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Vala’s Pumpkin Patch – Gretna, Nebraska.
Opens September 18, 2015!
The Vala family welcomes you to their 212 acre farm this fall. Pick your own pumpkins from the patch, of course. They grow 40 different varieties of pumpkins and gourds across 55 acres. Also enjoy the three acre corn maze, petting area, lots of farm games, shows, and themed attractions like the haunted farmhouse and haunted paintball shootout. The location is at 12102 South 180th Street, Gretna, NE 68028. It is 16 miles southwest of Omaha. It open around September 19th. A three acre corn maze at the most popular pumpkin patch in Nebraska, attracting around 200,000 visitors in the fall. They also have themed attractions like the haunted farmhouse and haunted paintball shootout. Admission is around $10.42 to $14.99 per person.
Wenninghoff Pumpkin Patch – Omaha, Nebraska. A family owned farm since 1956 that lets you pick out a pumpkin, take a hayride, get lost in the corn maze, paint a pumpkin and play on the playground. They are open every day in October. The location is at 6707 Wenninghoff Road, Omaha, Nebraska 68122. It is just 6 miles north of downtown Omaha.
Skinny Bones Pumpkin Patch – Blair, Nebraska.
Opens September 11, 2015!
Jeff and Maria Bledsoe will welcome you for pumpkin picking and the ten acre cornfield maze this fall. Take a hayrack ride, try the mad cow train, get your face painted and walk through the petting zoo. It is open every day from the middle of September through October 31st. The address is 3935 Hwy 133, Blair, NE 68008. It is located 16 miles north of Omaha. It opens around September 11th. Their 10 acre cornfield is the most popular attraction. Grab a punch card and see if you can complete the scavenger hunt as you navigate your way from start to finish. Friday evenings is flashlight night. Saturday evenings it is haunted. There is also a small option for kids, called the Pee Wee Maze. Open daily from mid-September through the end of October, with limited hours Monday through Thursday.
Camp Fontanelle – Nickerson, NE.
Opens September 20, 2015!
A summer camp that puts on fall activities including a Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze starting the third weekend in September. They have a 350 foot zip line, 9 acre corn maze, pony rides, petting barn, laser tag, and concessions. The address is 9677 County Road 3, Fontanelle, Nebraska 68044. It is about 45 miles northwest of Omaha. The 9 acre corn maze has a shorter path and a longer path. The shorter route takes 10-20 minutes while the longer trail takes 45 minutes to an hour. Pass ports and scavenger hunt make the maze interactive. For three nights in late October, there is a haunted maze. If you have little ones who might get too scared, there is also a dark only portion to the cornfield during those nights. Other activities: Hayrack rides depart every half hour. Bouncy house, petting zoo, campfire cooking and jumping pillows. Pumpkins and gourds available on a free will donation basis. Camp Fontanelle is a summer camp and community events center of the Great Plains Conference of the United Methodist Church camping ministries.
Harvest Moon Pumpkin Patch – Oakland, NE. A family farm with a little something for everyone. It features pick your own pumpkins, animals, Zeb’s Ziplines, a 3 acre corn maze, go karts, barn slides, kid’s roller coasters, animals, and much more. They host school field trips, weddings, and events. They are open from around September 19th through October 30th on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. The address is 1410 Highway 77, Oakland, Nebraska. It is about 60 miles north of Omaha.
Country Harvest Pumpkin Patch – Glenvil, Nebraska.
Opens September 19, 2015!
Pick your own pumpkin from their four acre patch with twenty varieties of pumpkins. Also enjoy their corn maze, petting zoo, hayrack rides, trike track, jump pillows and hillbilly bowling. Located minutes from Hastings, it was started by Paul and Ronna Fredricks in 1998. The address is 331 Road 310, Glenvil, NE. It is just 15 miles southeast of Hastings.
Fox Seasonal Farms – Broken Bow, Nebraska. Take a hayrack ride to pick your own pumpkins. Also enjoy the cornfield maze, tricycle track, slides, barrel train, corn box and zip line. It is located at 43860 Paulsen Road, Broken Bow, NE 68822. This is 103 miles west of Hastings.
Helgoth’s Pumpkin Patch – St. Libory, Nebraska.
Opens September 19, 2015!
A 320 acre farm with 80 acres of pumpkins total and a 25 acre u-pick pumpkin field. Also enjoy the hayrack rides, five acre maze of corn, petting zoo, zip lines and other farm activities. The address is 121 Eagle Rd, Saint Libory, NE. It is just 34 miles north of Hastings.
The ScareCrow Patch – St. Libory, Nebraska. Gene and Sheila Horak opened their patch for pumpkin picking in 2001 located eleven miles north of Grand Island. Take a hayrack ride out to the pumpkins and choose your own this October. Other activities available include the corn maze, petting zoo, jumpin pumpkin, duck races, tricycle track and zip line. The address is 568 Denton Road, St. Libory, NE 68872. It is 38 miles north of Hastings.
Grandpa’s Punkinberry Ranch – Holdrege, NE. The pumpkin patch opens for the fall season around the last weekend in September. They have hayrack rides, a corn maze, face painting, bounce houses, train for kids, and concession stands. The address is 10798 726 Road, Holdrege, NE. It is 54 miles west of Hastings.
Poppy’s Pumpkin Patch – Norfolk, Nebraska. Walk through the patch and pick out a pumpkin this fall. Check out the corn maze, hay bale maze, petting zoo, pony rides, hay rack rides, slides and zip line as well. Don’t miss their Bunnyville. The address is 55275 837th Rd, Norfolk, NE 68701. They are 42 miles north of Columbus.
Martin’s Hillside Orchard – Ceresco, Nebraska. Pick your own apples and pumpkins this fall from the orchard. You’ll love their fresh pressed apple cider and kids will love the corn maze, trike track, bounce house (weekends) and wagon rides (weekends). The address is 2024 Ashland Road, Ceresco, NE. It is 18 miles north of Lincoln.
J’s Jack-O-Lanterns Pumpkin Patch – Cozad, NE.
Opens September 26, 2015
The pick your own farm is open Sundays in October. The address is 76472 Road 422, Cozad, NE. It is about 46 miles east of North Platte. A 7 acre haunted maze open Sunday afternoons in October. Pumpkin patch, farm animal petting area, giant trampoline and pumpkin slingshot. Admission for kids (ages 3-12) is $4 and adults is $6. Located in Central Nebraska (between Kearney and North Platte), a short distance north of I-80.