Here are the corn mazes located in Western Pennsylvania and Pittsburgh, PA. For more options in Ohio and the rest of Pennsylvania, continue browsing the rest of our corn maze directory!
Coolspring – Mercer, PA – 10 Acres
Open Friday through Sunday starting September 12, 2014. Past mazes featured the American Cowboy (2013), American Farmer (2012) and American Heroes (2011). General admission is $9.95 which includes the corn maze. Other fun, farm activities include the hay ride and hay maze, among other things. Some activities like the mechanical bull and gemstone mining, cow train, pony rides, pumpkin blaster are an additional $5 each.
Location: 537 Franklin Road, Mercer, Pennsylvania 16137
Irons Mill Farmstead – New Wilmington, PA
A family farm located in Western Pennsylvania. Open weekends for a month long fall festival, 10 acre corn maze and pumpkins. The theme for the maze was the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2013 and the 910th Airlift Wing in 2012. Pumpkins are brought into their meadow from a nearby patch. Prices range from $3 to $7. Activities include pumpkin slingshot, corn box, straw mountain, super slide, rubber duck races, jumping pillow, pony rides (weekends in October) and pumpkin painting. The Farm Barnstead includes farm animals and Grandma Kettle’s Kitchen has kettle corn, hot apple cider and other snacks.
Port Farms – Waterford, PA – 8 Acres
Opens September 12, 2015!
Shenot Farm – Wexford, Pennsylvania. A sustainable farm located 16 miles north of Pittsburgh. On weekends in the fall, they offer free hayrides to their patch and corn maze. They grow 25 varieties of apples, including several that ripen during pumpkin season. Try their apple cider, which was awarded first place at the apple cider contest at the Mid-Atlantic Fruit and Vegetable Convention. They also make fifty varieties of homemade fudge. This Wexford farm has been operated by the Shenot family since 1854. Open the last weekend in September and every weekend in October, plus Columbus Day. They are physically located at 3754 Wexford Run Road, Marshall Township, PA.
For All Family Farms – Butler, Pennsylvania. Pumpkinpalooza is the annual October fall festival at For All Family Farms. Find a jack o’lantern at the pumpkin patch, take a hayride and get lost in the cornfield. A variety of other activities include the kiddie village, pumpkin painting, , pumpkin bowling, pumpkin sling shot, hay tunnel, corn slide, bounce house, corn slide and face painting. They also hold the Fear Farm haunted attraction on weekends in October. The address is 328 Hoon Road, Butler, PA. They are 46 miles northeast of Pittsburgh.
Schramm Farms & Orchards – North Huntingdon, Pennsylvania. This Jeannette farm’s fall festival has a pick your own pumpkin field, play hay and corn stalk maze. It is open the last weekend in September through the last weekend in October. There are also pony rides and hay rides. The market offers apple cider made from their own apples. A family owned and operated farm that has been growing fresh fruits and vegetables in the Pittsburgh area since 1864. The address is 1002 Blank Road, Jeannette, PA. It is 24 miles east of Pittsburgh.
Reilly’s Summer Seat Farm – Mount Nebo, Pennsylvania. Summer Seat Farm has a fall harvest festival open weekends in October. Admission is $7 per person. They operate a pumpkin patch with hayrides, cornstalk maze, petting zoo, pony rides, face painting and pedal go carts. Located in the North Hills at 1120 Roosevelt Road, Pittsburgh, PA., just 10 miles from downtown Pittsburgh.
Sisson’s Pumpkin Patch – Girard, Pennsylvania. Enjoy their corn maze, hay ride, pedal karts, corn box, slides, hay fort, obstacle course and logic maze. Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday, plus Columbus Day, from September 19th until October 25th, 2015. Admission is $4.50 for seniors and $7 for ages three and up. Pumpkin slingshots are available at an additional cost. The patch has been providing fall fun for families since 2010. Their family has owned the property since 1966. Their address is 11244 Springfield Road, Girard, PA 16417. It is 24 miles west of Erie.