Wyoming Corn Mazes

Enjoy some Wyoming corn mazes this fall.  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. 


2015 Wyoming Farms

Ellis Harvest Home – Lingle, Wyoming.  
A pumpkin patch and corn maze two miles west of Lingle that opens in late September. They also have hay mazes, moonlight mazes, corn boxes and a country store. The Red Barn Café has food and drinks.  Ellis also has a petting zoo, tomato launchers, and corn cannon.  Learn more about it on Facebook.  Located at 2929 Hwy 26, Lingle, WY 82223.  This pumpkin patch is approximately 95 miles northeast of Cheyenne, WY.  This 11 acre farm has had a corn maze for eight years now.  This Eastern Wyoming farm has been run by the Ellis family since 1959. They had a corn maze for seven years now. Their farm opens the last Saturday of September and closes the last Sunday of October.  Past themes have included a Palm Tree, Tractor, and Wedding.

Green Acres Corn Maze – Casper, WY – 8 Acres.  
Opens September 19, 2015!
They also have a petting zoo, hay rides, corn and straw pits, pumpkin patch, giant air pillow and hay bale maze. Cost is $8 for ages 12+, $6 for ages 4-11. The hayrides and petting zoo are $4. Pumpkin sales start on October 5th and will be priced between $2 and $10. 2012 was the first year for this Natrona County corn maze. Past themes have included a Bucking Horse (2012) and Made in USA (2013).


SonHarvest Seasons – Riverton, Wyoming.  Family owned and operated farm for the past 18+ years. In 1997, they started growing pumpkins in their personal garden and their success led them to expand it.  They feature both a pumpkin field and corn maze. Located near Two Valley Drive and Hutchinson Rd., Riverton, WY.  They are located 91 miles southeast of the Shoshone National Forest.  Past themes include a Chicken and Scarecrow.  SonHarvest Seasons is run by Brian and Kimberly Peil, school teachers who decided to plant an acre of raspberries in 1992. In 1997, they started planting pumpkins. They now have corn mazes as well; two corn mazes span 15 acres. The smaller maze is for small children and pre-school groups.

Lungren Girls’ Farm – Worland, Wyoming. 
2015 Theme: USA
A local pumpkin patch and corn maze with giant pumpkins, concession stand and kid’s activities.  Located at 1372 S. Flat Road, Worland, WY 82401.  It is approximately 85 miles north of Riverton, WY.



One thought on “Wyoming Corn Mazes

  1. Josh Thompson says:

    BEWARE Casperites. Due to a very light snow and cold temperatures (forecast predicted colder temperatures than we’ll actually have), they closed tonight for their moonlight maze. It was the same temperature last year and we and our family did just fine (um, we are Wyoming natives and are accustomed to dressing for cold weather). We drove all the way from Casper (gas cost, time, meals for two adults and three children for dinner and breakfast, and nonrefundable lodging) to find out that they close for–gasp–October weather!

    Don’t waste your time or make a trip. Instead, the maze past the airport in Casper is getting better every year and it’s closer and cheaper. Don’t make the trip. You’ll regret it.

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