6 Farms Where You Can Find Corn Mazes and Fall Events

It’s time to start checking off items on your fall bucket list.

1. Creekside Valley Farm


It can be easy to get lost in Creekside Valley Farm’s corn maze, with about five acres of curves and dead ends. As you make your way through the winding paths, it may be helpful to know your trivia! Right answers will lead you closer to the exit, while wrong answers will lead you farther from the path. Admission for the corn maze is $5 per person, but 3 years and under are free. Enjoy some tasty treats, including flavored popcorn, cotton candy and cider after the maze.

2. Basse’s Taste of Country


Basse’s Taste of Country is currently open for their annual Pumpkin Festival happening now until Oct. 31. See if you can crack the codes in their large trivia corn maze or their smaller murder-mystery maze. An animal barn, tug of war, train tunnels and pony rides are just a few other activities Basse’s has to offer. Tickets range from about $12 to $17 depending on the day you decide to go, and can be bought online.

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3. Linders Pumpkin Farm and Corn Maze


Linders Pumpkin Farm and Corn Maze is perfect for anyone looking for a fun and affordable fall experience this year. The farm is open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. until Oct. 31. While you’re there, enjoy the Pumpkin Express Barrel Train and their petting zoo with goats, mini pigs, a mini horse, bunnies and more. Visitors can also find a wide assortment of pre-picked pumpkins, gourds, squash, straw bales, corn and autumn decorations. While visitors pay for the various activities they choose to enjoy, there is no admissions or parking fee.

4. Jerry Smith Country Store & Pumpkin Farm


Find your way through a six acre corn maze or a smaller straw maze for kids. The farm also has a giant bounce pillow, a tire mountain and pony and camel rides for all ages to enjoy. They are also known for their frosted sugar and chocolate chip cookies, which can also be ordered online.

5. Cedarburg Creek Farm


Open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Cedarburg Creek Farm offers a one-of-a-kind corn maze with fun challenges along the way. With no admission fees and free hay wagon rides, Cedarburg Creek Farm is an affordable and fun place to spend a crisp fall day with family and friends.

6. Busy Barns Adventure Farm


Challenge your family and friends, and experience a fun corn maze at Busy Barns Adventure Farm, which features a different agricultural trivia topic each year. The faster you can answer all the questions correctly, the faster you will find a way out. You can also cuddle with new baby goats, lambs, bunnies, kittens and more animals in the barn, wander through a sunflower field and take a hayride around the farm. The farm is open on weekends from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.



Skyler Chun is an editorial intern at Milwaukee Magazine. She is currently a sophomore at Marquette University studying Journalism and Digital Media.