Get Lost! 7 Epic Corn Mazes just a Short Drive from Fox Cities

Little Farmer Corn Maze
Little Farmer, Malone

Are you looking for a fun adventure beyond the typical pumpkin picking? Check out one of these Wisconsin corn mazes and add it to your Fall Bucket List for a fun family outing!

Explore in a giant walkthrough puzzle that farmers cut out of their cornfield is good old fall family farm fun. Experience the fun and learning of navigating, getting lost, and finding your way again.

Corn Maze Tips

  • Get a map. Some locations are also offering electronic maps.
  • Keep your eyes open for tips or clues on the right direction. Many mazes also have checkpoints to check off. 
  • Look for wooden observation decks for a better view and a peek at where you are going.
  • Don’t get lost! (and be ready to get lost).
  • Plan for the weather. These farms normally operate on weather permitting.
  • Bring a water bottle as you may get thirsty with all that walking!
  • Don’t forget these things – bug spray, sunscreen, good walking shoes, comfortable clothes, flashlight and/or glow sticks for night walks and walkie talkies if you have a big group.
  • Plan ahead! Ask when purchasing tickets how much time it usually takes to get through the maze. 
Pollys Pumpkin Patch Corn Maze for 2020
Photo Credit: Polly’s Pumpkin Patch

Which is the best corn maze for little kids?

These mazes are nearby the Fox Valley and great for getting a feel of the maze experience while enjoying other activities.

  • Cuff Farms, N2299 Ledge Hill Rd, Hortonville
    • Opening Date: September 25, 2021
    • Cost: The play area is FREE. Pick-your-own pumpkin hayride for a fee, see website for current pricing.
    • Distance from Appleton: 15 miles, 25 minutes
    • What to Expect: A small corn maze and hay barrel maze are part of the family area and fall activities. 
  • Little Farmer, N9438 Hwy 151, Malone
    • Opening Date: August 12, 2021
    • Cost: See website for current admission rates
    • Distance from Appleton: 35 miles, 50 minutes
    • What to Expect: A 6 acre corn maze that takes about 20 – 30 minutes. Kids can have fun finding clues to figure out who stole the pie from the Bakers while learning about animal tracks.

Which corn mazes are the closest to the Fox Cities?

  • Porters Patch, W4314 WI-156, Bonduel
    • Opening Date: September 25, 2021
    • Cost: See website for current pricing, includes other fall activities
    • Distance from Appleton: 25 miles, about 30 minutes
  • Polly’s Farm Market and Pumpkin Patch, N4367 Hwy 57, Chilton
    • Opening Date: September 10, 2021
    • Cost: See website for current pricing, includes other fall activities
    • Distance from Appleton: 28 miles, 40 minutes
    • What to Expect: 
      • 15-acre corn maze, made up of 2 mazes with different games. Maze 1 has 18 checkpoints hidden throughout the maze. Players search the field to find all 18 stations and punch cards. The other Maze is themed Adventures of Dottie and geared for younger kids. Find Dottie’s friends hidden throughout the maze.
      • Daytime and Nighttime option
      • Children 12 and under are not allowed in the maze by themselves and must have an adult with them at all times while in the maze.

Which corn mazes are worth the drive?

  • Waldvogel’s Farm, N7416 County Road I, Juneau
    • Opening Date: September 18, 2021
    • Cost: See website for current pricing, includes other fall activities
    • Distance from Appleton: 62 miles, 1 hour
    • What to Expect:
      • Over 60 attractions
      • Wisconsin’s Largest Pumpkin Farm
      • Boasts the best corn maze in Wisconsin
      • Recommended for ages 7+, younger kids can enjoy the corn walk
  • Creek Bed Country Farmacy, N2767 Mountford Rd, Poynette (t 30 minutes North of Madison)
    • Opening Date: September 25, 2021
    • Cost: See website for current pricing, includes other fall activities
    • Distance from Appleton: 94 miles, 1 hour and 30 minutes
    • What to Expect:
      • Largest Corn Maze in Wisconsin, 18 acres and more than 6 miles of paths
      • Open daytime and nighttime
      • Punch card trivia game QR code on phone or paper
  • Basse’s Taste of Country, 3190 County Line Q, Colgate
    • Opening Date: September 18, 2021
    • Cost: See website for current pricing
    • Distance from Appleton: 88 miles, 1 hour and 20 minutes
    • What to Expect:
      • Cashless Payments: Credit, Debit, and Mobile only
      • Smaller Corn Maze: Farm style murder mystery game 
      • Large Corn Maze: Trivia

Find a Corn Maze Near Me

Notes

  • World’s Largest Corn Maze: Richardson Farm, 909 English Prairie Road, Spring Grove, Illinois

Please let us know if your favorite location is missing by emailing us at govalleykids@gmail.com. It’s always helpful and appreciated if you can provide details on the location. If you are a business owner, let us know how we can help you promote your farm this year!

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