If you’re wondering about where to find the best corn maze near me, then look no further. Our guide lists some of the best corn mazes in Ohio, including both family-friendly and terrifyingly “haunted” cornfields. Have fun putting your maze navigation skills to the test this fall!
Family-Friendly Corn Mazes in Ohio
4881 Germantown Liberty Rd, Germantown, OH 45327
Tom’s Maze is more than just an 8-acre corn maze in Germantown. Visitors can also check out the farm animal display, labyrinth, and “No Left Turn Maze” (straw bale maze). Plus, there are a few unique attractions at this maze and pumpkin farm:
- The Punkin’ Chunkin’ Cannon is an air-powered cannon with a 25-foot-long barrel. Watch as it shoots out pumpkins more than a half-mile away.
- Tom’s Pumpkin Train is a family-friendly train ride pulled by a tractor.
- Human Foosball is literally a life-size version of the table game played with people!
This cornfield maze in Ohio is open from early September through October, weather permitting. Be sure to bring a flashlight if visiting at night.
18421 OH-58, Wellington, OH 44090
Brasee’s has several mazes for you to navigate: a multi-acre corn maze that includes a game (if you collect all the stamps, you’ll receive candy), a pitch-black straw maze, and a children’s corn maze and straw maze.
It also has The Boneyard (a kid-friendly hayride through the woods), a zip line, a straw slide, a petting zoo, food and drinks, and plenty of pumpkins. A unique attraction at Brasee’s is the mechanical pumpkin. Like a mechanical bull, test your luck to see how long you can hold on!
This Ohio corn maze is open from mid-September through October, Friday through Sunday. Parking is free.
9851 Morse Rd SW, Pataskala, OH 43062
Lynd Fruit Farm’s unique, ancient Greece-themed Toga Maze is 8 acres and includes a treasure hunt with challenges to complete — while you try your best to not get lost.
There are also lots of other activities for kids, including the mystical Gnomesville Mini Maze, bounce houses, games, a barrel train ride, a wagon ride, and more. Stop by the Farm Market to take home some fresh, local produce and homemade goods!
The Maze is open every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday through September and October. You’re even welcome to bring your well-behaved Fido along to explore the corn maze, campfire area, and maze courtyard.
4678 County Line Rd, Pandora, OH 45877
Suter’s Produce has had one of the top corn mazes in Ohio since 1999. It’s known for its elaborately designed corn mazes, and the theme for 2022 is safari. Past design themes have included medieval times, space, pirates, dinosaurs, sports, and more.
The corn maze and hayrides are open from early September through October. On weekends, there are tons of other family-friendly attractions too, such as pumpkin picking, giant tube slides, huge corn boxes for kids to play in, and Human Hamster Wheels to roll around in.
Make sure to grab some freshly made donuts, an apple cider slushie, and some sweet-and-salty kettle corn while you’re here!
1737 OH-131, Milford, OH 45150
Shaw Farms has a 15-acre corn maze complete with an interactive game. Play along on your smartphone with this GPS-friendly game. Locate all six destination spots, and you’ll win a Halloween-themed pumpkin.
Families can also have fun at the pumpkin patch, on horse-drawn hayrides, meeting farm animals, and taking plenty of creative photos in the interactive playground. The photo-ops vary from year to year but may include The Flintstones’ house, the yellow brick road from Wizard of Oz, and a Western town.
Don’t forget to visit the farm’s market to take home some local produce and Amish cheeses!
Attraction prices vary, but admission to the interactive playground and farm animal area is free.
11724 Lisbon St NE, Paris, OH 44669
Arrowhead Orchard has a fun corn maze to wander. However, it has lots of other autumn-themed activities as well. There’s a grass maze, a pumpkin patch, a sunflower walk, hayrides, and a corn pit. Also, you can enjoy the pedal cars, train cart rides, slides, a zip line, and an obstacle course and tire climb.
You can even pick your own apples in the orchard. And in the Applehouse Market, you can find a large variety of seasonal apples, including golden delicious, cameo, granny smith, pixie crunch, empire, and more.
All of these fall activities are available through September and October.
50336 Telegraph Rd, Amherst, OH 44001
This Ohio corn maze features a different theme every year. For 2022, the theme is Alice in Wonderland, and thedesign is created by Maize Quest and includes a special game revolving around the theme, colorized sections, and Maize-O-Vision glasses (used to decode the map).
Other kid-friendly activities at the orchard include a farm market, pedal kart track, hayrides, a hay tunnel, a barrel train, an oversized corn kernel box, 16-foot “spider web” play nets, a playground, and a sandbox with backhoe diggers.
The fall activities at Hillcrest Orchards are available Saturdays and Sundays throughout September and October.
Scary Corn Mazes in Ohio
6878 Tod Ave SW, Warren, OH 44481
Fear Forest’s 68 acres consist of some of the scariest attractions in Northeast Ohio.
First, take a ride on the Haunted Hayride, touted as having the largest drive-through vortex tunnel in America. It’s 1 mile long and full of horrifying actors and animatronics. Then, you arrive at the Insane-A-Tarium Haunted House, a deranged asylum that is bound to scare you.
After the Insane-A-Tarium (if you make it out…), you can follow the outdoor Psycho Path Haunted Trail and/or wander through the Forbidden Cornfield. New for 2022, this corn maze is a 10-minute walk full of terrors and jump scares. There’s one way in and only one way out.
2678 County Line Rd S, Geneva, OH 44041
On Saturday and Sunday, Regal Vineyards has an 8-acre corn maze, a pumpkin patch, farm animals, and other family-friendly fun. But, on Fridays and Saturdays starting at 7 p.m., the vineyard transforms into a more sinister one.
Nighttime beckons in the Haunted Winery and Corn Maze. According to Regal Vineyards, The Haunted Winery is, in fact, actually haunted because of past tragedies at the property. The owners enhance the already spooky experience with scary actors, low visibility, strobe lights, fog, and more. Be prepared to make your way through the Haunted Corn Maze at night!
Regal Vineyards has also partnered with nearby Grand River Cellars to offer a Dinner and Thrill package for those looking to pair some good food with Blood Red wine.
0064 Co Rd 16, Napoleon, OH 43545
Leaders Farms has one of the oldest cornfield mazes in Ohio. The annual elaborate maze has been created for more than 25 years running. The fun design for 2022 includes a pumpkin, cowboy boots, and the quote “It’s fall y’all!”
There are plenty of kid-friendly attractions during the day, including a pumpkin cannon, putt-putt golf, human foosball, hayrides, and more. But, nighttime is the time for adults to get into the spirit of Halloween with Scream Acres, where visitors can navigate haunted cornfields, explore laboratories infested with monsters, roam through warzones, and more.
13360 Rd 12, Ottawa, OH 45875
Putnam County has one of the first haunted corn mazes in Ohio. Each fall since 1992, the cornfield, a barn, and trailers transform into places of terror. Choose which haunt to explore first, whether it’s the Haunted Cornfield, two levels in a dark barn, or the haunted trailers.
Exploring the barn and cornfield maze takes a little over half an hour. Visit if you dare!
FAQs About Corn Mazes in Ohio
Are any corn mazes in Ohio dog friendly?
Most corn mazes in Ohio are not dog friendly, but some are. Of those listed above, the Toga Maze is the only one that welcomes well-behaved dogs on a regular basis.
Regal Vineyards welcomes furry friends during Dog Dayswhen they can explore the corn maze and tag along on the hayride with you.
Will the corn maze near me be wheelchair accessible?
Many corn mazes in Ohio are wheelchair accessible because the trails are flattened as much as possible. However, a few of the mazes specifically note being accessible:
• Tom’s Maze
• Arrowhead Orchard (preschedule with them to accommodate hayride access; some portable toilets are also accessible)
• Leaders Farms (handicap-accessible corn maze, barnyard, and portable toilet)
• Regal Vineyards (wheelchair accessible, depending on weather)
Explore All the Corn Mazes in Ohio & More Fall Things to Do
Whether you’re looking for some family-friendly fun or a terrifying Halloween haunt, these top cornfield mazes in Ohio are sure to entertain!
If you’re looking for other fall things to do in Ohio, our team at Rooted in Ohio has you covered. You can check out the best Ohio fall festivals, the top places to enjoy Ohio fall colors — specifically fall colors in Northwest Ohio — and our favorite fall views in Ohio.