West Virginia Corn Mazes

Here is the list of West Virginia corn mazes including options near Wheeling, Martinsburg, Harpers Ferry or Charleston. 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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Martinsburg, WV

Ridgefield Farm & Orchard – Harpers Ferry, WV – 5 Acres – Haunted Corn Maze
A working farm since 1898, Ridgefield Farm & Orchard is located a little over an hour from Baltimore and Washington, DC. It has been run by Scott Beard and Alan Gibson since 2003. The corn maze at Ridgefield is called Fort Mays. It has a small maze designed for first graders as well as a larger maze for adults. Pick a pumpkin, enjoy a hayride, and get confused in the Corn Maze. Also enjoy picking your own apples, fresh apple cider, magic shows, live music, the pirate ship and their country store. Get scared at Haunting Season on Friday and Saturday nights. Learn more on Facebook or Twitter.  The farm is located at 414 Kidwiler Road, Harpers Ferry, WV 25425. 


Old McDonald’s Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze – Inwood, WV.  Glencoe Farm is a 7th generation farm with (currently) 175 acres that has been run by the McDonald family since the late 1700s. Enjoy the pumpkin, hayrides, 5 acre corn maze, playground, petting zoo, kiddie korn kastle, zip line, corn table, tube slides and antique tractor display. Learn more on Facebook.  It is located at 1597 Arden Nollville Rd., Inwood, WV 25428.  It is approximately 21 miles west of Harpers Ferry.  The maze opens around September 19th. Glencoe Farm is a 175 acre farm that has been run by the McDonald family since the 1700s. The fields currently grow hay, corn and pumpkins. Bring your flashlights to try the night maze. Past themes have included Eat Local (2011) and Believe in America (2012). Other attractions include the hayride, petting zoo, slides and corn castle.

Orr’s Farm Market – Martinsburg, WV.  A family owned farm started by George S. Orr, Jr. in 1954 and continued by his family. They opened their retail market in 1995 and offer a variety of pick your own crops, including pumpkins. The pumpkin patch is open from mid-September to Halloween. Enjoy the hayride, small corn maze and pick a pumpkin.  Learn more about the farm on Facebook.  The farm is located at 682 Orr Drive, Martinsburg, WV 25403 or about 25 miles west of Harpers Ferry.


Okes Family Farms – Cool Ridge, WV.  Other attractions in addition to the corn maze include a 5 acre pumpkin patch, free wagon ride, apple cider mill, and corn cannon. They generally do featured special events on certain weekends in late September and October, such as a bbq, selling apple butter, making apple cider, and carving pumpkins. They also have a corn maze, corn cannon, farm animals, snack/refreshment stand and a picnic area. Note: They do not take debit or credit cards.  They are located about 51 miles west of Lewisburg at 614 Blue Jay 6 Rd, Cool Ridge, WV 25825. Located 7 miles from the Ghent/Flat Top Exit on I-77.

Byrnside Branch Farm – Union, WV – 10 Acres, Multiple Corn Mazes
Byrnside is a family operated farm that has two corn mazes. The big one takes 30-60 minutes to complete and the smaller one takes 10-15 minutes to finish. Other attractions in addition to the corn maze include a 5 acre pumpkin patch, free wagon ride, apple cider mill, and corn cannon. Also available at the farm are a petting zoo, mini hay maze, and fire pits. Learn more on their Facebook page.  The farm is located south of Lewisburg at HC 76 Box 3A, Union, WV 24983

Charleston, WV


Cooper Farms – Milton, WV – 8 Acres
Open Friday through Sunday from Sept 6 through Nov 2nd (plus Monday through Thursday by reservation). Cooper Family Farms has been operated by family of Kim and Joyce Cooper since the 1840s. The farm now spans 700 acres across Cabell and Mason counties. In 2001, they started their first corn maze with the help of The Maize. It also includes a Field of Screams haunted corn maze for six night in late October for $10. Past themes have included West Virginia’s 150 Year Anniversary (2013), Breast Cancer (2012) and Fire Department (2011). Other attractions include the pumpkin patch, cow train, camp fire, zip lines and corn crawl crib. Located between Huntington and Charleston. Admission is $8 for those four and up. Zipline costs $12 and zombie paintball shoot is $15. They open the first weekend in September with parking at 1 Panther Trail, Milton, WV 25541.  It is approximately 33 miles west of Charleston, WV.
2014 Theme: Grant Wood painting “American Gothic”

Gritt’s Farm – Buffalo, WV.  It features pick your own pumpkins plus a huge corn maze, hay slide mountain, kid’s hay maze, hay rides, kid’s activities, campfires, and apple cannons.  The farm is located at 355 Gritt Road, Buffalo, WV.  It is approximately 35 miles northwest of Charleston, WV.

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