Wisconsin's A-maze-ing Mazes of Maize
Last Updated: 10/19/2016
Corn mazes are the perfect way to get lost in the wonder of a Wisconsin fall afternoon, as well an exciting activity for a family outing, date or wanderlust adventure. Whether you’re a busy parent looking for an all-in-one fall adventure, or a thrill-seeker looking for a challenge, you are sure to find something perfect for you at one of these Wisconsin mazes.
Five Can't-Miss Corn Mazes for Fall
You can challenge each other to a race through the corn maze and enjoy answering trivia questions as you do so! Bring your flashlight for the perfect evening adventure.
Groché Organic Farms – Suamico
Take an hour off and head to Groche Organic Farms for a relaxing afternoon spent breathing in that fresh, clean fall air. Heading to their maze offers the perfect opportunity to enjoy a classic fall activity, as well as the bounty of their fall harvest.
The farm participates in Community Supported Agriculture, so taking a bit of their produce from field to table can become a routine endeavor for those hoping to enjoy the harvest each week of the season.
Basse’s Farm Market – Colgate
Looking to give the kids an interactive fall experience? Check out one of Wisconsin’s oldest corn mazes! After amazing them with the dead ends and winding acres of Basses’s corn maze, take the kids on a hayride and let them pick a pumpkin or munch on fresh apples as they watch the leaves change.
Be sure to take some homemade caramel apples and heartwarming apple cider with you when you head home!
Busy Barns Adventure Farm – Fort Atkinson
Deeming themselves an adventure farm, Busy Barns offers trivia with their corn maze as well as countless other unimaginable activities.
This farm is fit for all ages, as they have a range of opportunities for the explorer in everyone. From face painting to farm animals, antique tractors to the obstacle course, you’ll get lost in the options before you get lost in the corn maze.
Mayr Family Farms Corn Maze – De Forest
Each year the Mayr family farm chooses a new corn maze design and charity to support with their proceeds, so it is of mutual benefit that you get out and enjoy this festive Wisconsin affair.
For more than a decade, Wisconsinites and visitors alike have been flocking to this maze for daily fun and nightly excitement. Go through in the evening for the haunted experience, with spooky scares recommended for people 16 and older.
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