The 10 Best Corn Mazes in Kentucky! By
What could be more fun that finding your way through an intricate web of hallways, corners, twists, and turns in the great outdoors? Corn mazes have become popular at many farms, and offer the chance to test your ability and have fun at the same time. Here are 10 of the best corn mazes around Kentucky and you’re sure to have an a-maze-ing time at any one of them.
A-Maize-ing Farms in Mayfield, Kentucky, is home to the states’ largest corn maze. Not only is the farm a working farm that produces pumpkins and mums, they are on track to become legendary. As a visitor to the farm, you can choose between three levels of difficulty with the corn mazes, and if that wasn’t enough to keep you busy for an hour or two, there are giant inflatables for the kids, a corn cannon, hayrides, and a petting zoo.
2. Civil War Corn Maze, Lancaster, KY
Do you love history? Do you love corn mazes? Then you need to visit the Civil War Corn Maze in Lancaster, Kentucky. Open every day except Monday, this is family fun at its best. Meadow Lake Equestrian Center is a working horse farm that sits on 135 acres, and includes a 3.5-mile maze that’s an exact replica of the 12 Southeastern states involved in the Civil War. There are paths within the maze that show the route of the Underground Railroad, battle areas, and encampments, and when you finish this amazing maze, you’ll have a greater understanding of this period in our country’s history.
There are so many things to do at Christian Way Farm in Hopkinsville, Kentucky, that you might not know where to start. Open every day except Sunday, bring the kids to the farm to feed a baby animal or join in a game of Ga-Ga. The whole family can enjoy a round of mini golf, and when you’re finished, stop by the café for a piping hot slice of pizza, a sweet treat, or a refreshing drink. Following a leading to provide a place that offered family-friendly fun and encourage faith and making memories, Christian Way Farm plans to continue sharing their farm with those who visit.
Family, fun, and fruit is what Evans Orchard & Cider Mill in Georgetown, Kentucky, is all about. Covering 175 acres, the farm originally produced tobacco and cattle, but expanded to include vegetables and apples in the 1990s. The former tobacco barn has been renovated into a certified kitchen and bakery called the Sweet Apple Café, where visitors can purchase hamburgers, hot dogs, chicken, sweet treats, and more. Added to the list of things offered in recent years, you can get peaches, pears, and pumpkins, and there’s a petting zoo and playground for the little ones. Two festivals happen at the farm: The Apple Festival and the Harvest Festival, and there are pony and hay rides, a corn maze, and fun for everyone.
For over 10 years, 100-acre Devine’s Farm has been bringing fun and frivolity to visitors. There are over 10 acres of corn mazes, opportunities to pet farm animals, hayrides, and kid-friendly activities including picking your own pumpkin. For the older “kids,” there is a zip line and paintball in the cornstalks, and if you really want to test your meddle, come out to the Field of Horror.
Travel down to Trunnel’s Farm Market & Family Fun Acre for some homegrown fun with your family. Located in Utica, Kentucky, Trunnel’s uses the knowledge of four generations and all of the 1,600 acres of working farm to education and entertain visitors about corn, wheat, hay, soybean, pumpkin, and vegetable production. Working in cooperation with the state’s Department of Agriculture, you’ll get a taste of the importance of farm-to-table products and have fun, too. The farm welcomes groups and tours, and has special fall corn mazes and activities to make kids smile.
The zombies are coming! The zombies are coming! That’s the sound of fun at Kentucky Lake when you participate on a paintball hayride that takes you through a cornfield in search of zombies. If traveling by foot is your preferred mode of transportation, sign up for the corn maze any weekend in October, and you’ll have the chance to navigate in and out using trivia questions and answers along the way. The maze is perfect for groups and the trivia cards can be customized for your group.
It’s beginning to look a lot like fall on the farm, and Hinton’s Orchard is ready for some good family fun. In addition to picking up your fruit and vegetables, there’s always plenty of activities that will bring a smile to your face. Take a hayride around the farm and through the orchards, and then stop by the pumpkin patch. There are tractors to climb and a special play area for the little ones. Venture through the three-acre corn maze and see if you can find everything on the scavenger list. Hinton’s is the place for great family fun.
Starting out as a pumpkin farm in 2000, Country Pumpkins has grown into a place where fall is celebrated and everyone is invited. Open every day, visitors young and old are invited to journey through the Amazing Escape, a four-acre corn maze that typically takes about an hour to complete. There are sand tunnels to dig in and a hay pyramid to climb. Another special event is Military Appreciation Day where veterans and active military members and their families get discounts.
Stop by family-owned and operated Sally Gap Pumpkin Patch and see what’s happening. Located in Williamsburg, Kentucky, you can get fresh picked tomatoes, corn, peppers, green beans and more, and take a beautiful fall mum home to decorate your patio. Kids and the young at heart will appreciate the corn maze for a challenging and fun fall activity. There are hay rides and a petting zoo for the little ones, too.