My family and I love to go to a corn maze every fall, and since moving to the Midwest, we’ve been pleasantly surprised at just how much you can do at a corn maze! Whether you love the maze itself or relish in the caramel (or candied) apples, the giant slides, or the fun activities, Lake County has some of the best corn mazes around. Choose one from our list and schedule some corn maze fun today.
Corn Mazes In Lake County
Kroll’s Fall Harvest Farm
13236 Townline Road, Waukegan | (847) 662-5733
The corn maze opens September 19 – November 1
COVID-19 Update: Timed-Tickets are required for weekend visits.
See their website for hours and prices; corn maze hours differ from general farm hours. Kroll’s Fall Harvest Farm offers a corn maze, hayrides, farm animals, pumpkins for purchase, and a harvest gift shop to browse. Be sure to bring CASH, but there is an ATM on site. Entrance to the farm is free, but admission is charged for both the corn maze and hayrides.
Corn Mazes in Southern Wisconsin
Jerry Smith Pumpkin Farm
7150 18th Street Kenosha, WI | (262) 859-2645
See website for hours and prices; fall activities begin September 15.
With just five acres of corn, this maze takes about 30 minutes to complete, but make sure you check out the pumpkin patch and kids’ activities. Read Dawn’s review of her visit.
Land of the Giants Pumpkin Farm
11823 Durand Avenue, Sturtevant, WI | (262) 886-6690
September 26 through Halloween, see website for hours and admission.
With affordable admission and nine acres of corn to make your way through, this maze will be worth it for the price alone. Be sure to check out the army truck hayride and pumpkin bounce house as well as the mini donkey at the petting zoo.
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by Kari Alford
Kari is a military wife who gets to travel the globe with her favorite people: her family! Kari loves to experience what cities have to offer but also loves to kayak with her family, or explore the wilderness. Kari hates being bored, so you’ll often find her with her crochet bag, working on an afghan while she’s waiting for her children during practice.