Oklahoma Corn Mazes

Find popular local Oklahoma corn mazes near you including those near Oklahoma City and Tulsa.  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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P Bar Farms – Weatherford, OK – 10 Acres, Multiple Mazes
Opens September 12, 2015. Founded in 1907, owners Loren and Kim Liebscher decided to cut their first cornfield for guests in 2001, making it one of the oldest mazes in Oklahoma. It’s hand cut, too! Past themes have included Oklahoma (2014), OKC Thunder (2012) and Know Your Farmer, Know Your Food (2011). After dark in October, the maze and laser tag are haunted. There’s also a pumpkin patch, mini golf and barn yard with petting zoo.


Red Silo Productions – Chickasha, OK – 35 Acres, Multiple Mazes
Opens September 25, 2015! Theme: Oklahoma Football
The largest corn maze in Oklahoma will open on September 26, 2014. Past themes have featured Oklahoma Bluegrass (2014), Oklahoma City Zoo (2013), OKC Thunder (2012) and Chisholm Trail (2011). They also offer a haunted hayride and 5 acre haunted maze at night. Other activities at the Reding farm include the pumpkin patch, hayrides, farm animals, cow train, corn cannon and large campfire.

T G Farms – Newcastle and Norman, Oklahoma.  Pick your own pumpkin from the patch as well as enjoy tractor drawn hayrides, corn maze, hay maze, petting zoo, tricycle race track, duck pond, general store and concession stand. Admission fee is $8-10 per person, plus tax. Pony rides are an additional $4. Free parking. Both locations are open daily in season.  Location: 4335 West Highway 9 West Norman, OK  (Just 26 miles south of Oklahoma City.) 2nd Location: 1580 NW Highway 37 Newcastle, OK (Just 16 miles south of Oklahoma City.)


Daze In A Maze – Marshal, OK.  Enjoy a hayrack ride at this pumpkin patch near Covington and Enid. Other activities available include the 300,000 sq ft field maze, six acre jungle maze, hay bale maze, dino dig, petting zoo, zip line and concession stand. They are open starting Labor Day weekend.  They are located at 26048 N Hwy 74, Marshal, OK 73056.  They are 52 miles north of Oklahoma City.

Orr Family Farm – Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.  
Opens September 19, 2015. Theme is Oklahoma City Dodgers.
Pick your own pumpkin or find larger and decorated pumpkins for sale.  They feature their corn maze, hayrides,  cannon blasters, farm yard fun and now their Zombie Apocalypse Paintball experience.  Visit them this Fall!  Their address is 14400 South Western, Oklahoma City, OK 73170.  It is 14 miles south of downtown Oklahoma City.  A seven acre farm started by the Orr family in 2004. 


Rustic Acres – Mason, OK – 7 Acres
Opens to the public on October 4, 2014. On weekends, they invite you to get lost. There are ten educational check points in the cornfield. You can also try your hand at night through the haunted corn maze.

Wild Things Farm – Pocola, Oklahoma.  
Opens September 26, 2015!
A 90 acre farm started in 2000 by Jim and Cathie Greene. They have a pumpkin patch, hayrides, seven acre corn field maze opening the last weekend in September and a flashlight maze. Other available activities include pony rides and campfire cookouts. Learn more about the farm via Facebook.  They are located at 700 Beaty, Pocola, OK 74902. 

Annabelle’s Fun Farm – Welch, Oklahoma. 
Opens September 26, 2015.
Tim and Bethany Wright decided to open a pumpkin patch in 2011 when they realized there weren’t any in their area of Oklahoma. Other activities besides the hayride and pumpkins include the corn maze, petting zoo, train, and corn gun. They will be open on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from September 26, 2015.  More information is available on their Facebook page.  Their location is 444606 E 110 Rd, Welch, OK 74369.  It is 86 miles northeast of Tulsa.

Thunderbird Land and Cattle – Broken Arrow, OK
Open Wednesday through Sunday from October 3rd to Nov 8th, 2014. In addition to the daylight option, They have a haunted corn maze at night on Friday and Saturdays as well as Halloween and Fall Break. There’s also a cow train and paintball shooting range.

One thought on “Oklahoma Corn Mazes

  1. Phillip Basse says:

    We would like to be included in your list of corn mazes. We are the biggest pumpkin patch in the Tulsa area. Please take a look at our website and we would love to be added to the list. Thanks!

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