4 Truly A-Maze-ing Corn Mazes to Visit this Fall

Do you consider yourself a corn maze junkie? Because you might after visiting some of these awesome mazes. Fall has finally arrived and with it, all of the activities that we can only do at this time of the year. Not only do these corn mazes have miles of trails to solve your way through, but many of them also include corn maze games to participate in.

If you plan on traveling this fall, you have got to stop by one of these mazes.

  1. Wild Adventure Corn Maze

Located in Blackfoot, Idaho, this corn maze was designed to pay tribute to local heroes across the U.S. With more than 3 miles of trail to get lost in, there are also 3 maze challenges to complete along the way.Wild Adventure Corn Maze

  1. Hubb’s Corn Maze

Open clear into November, this 10+ acre corn maze is actually 3 separate mazes. Each is designed at a different level and has a scavenger hunt included within it. Along with this amazing maze, Hubb’s Farm in Clinton, North Carolina offers more than 20 other attractions to keep the fall fun coming.Hubb’s Corn Maze

  1. Smith Rock Ranch

You won’t want to miss this Sherlock Holmes themed ranch. Every year this ranch has a new fun theme for their corn maze. Past years include Pacman, Batman, and Star Wars. Located in Terrebonne, Oregon, this ranch’s aim is to please. With many other activities around the ranch, you are sure to have a fun-packed weekend.Smith Rock Ranch

  1. Treinen Farm

Named one of the top 10 corn mazes by USA Today, this is definitely one that you won’t want to miss. Located in Lodi, Wisconsin, this corn maze was designed after their state fossil, the trilobite – a sea creature that hasn’t lived in that area for millions of years. With over 6 miles of crazy turn, you are given a map to try to follow through this incredible maze.Treinen Farm

Don’t wait another moment before trying one of these awesome corn mazes.




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