Putting all the obvious jokes about Indiana and corn aside, let’s just say that Indiana knows how to do corn mazes.
And now that fall is almost here, it’s time to get a-mazin’! Before you head out, let’s make sure you’ve got all the necessities with you:
- Comfortable shoes – corn mazes can be up to 8 miles long and are usually on uneven terrain.
- A stroller for children – larger wheel strollers are best for maneuvering through the mazes. Wagons are available at several locations free of charge.
- A packed lunch or plan to stop at the concessions for a fall treat.
- Bug spray.
- Flashlights for those of you daring enough to try the mazes at night! Check the hours to make sure your location is open for nighttime hours. Some locations will have a haunted maze in the evening hours, so be sure to check before taking small children (or friends who scare easy!).
Here’s a full list of corn mazes in central Indiana:
Address: 13400 Allisonville Road, Fishers
Phone: (317) 776-6000
Dates: September 21 – October 27
Hours: Tuesday – Sunday, 10:00am – 5:00pm
The corn maze at Conner Prairie has been ranked #8 nationwide by USA Today Reader’s Choice 2019, making it one of the top fall destinations in the country! The maze features three paths: a small maze for younger guests, a long maze for teens and adults, and the ever-popular Headless Hollow Spooky Maze (for ages 12+) ready made with lots of tricks and surprises. Don’t miss it this season!
Address: 6042 Newcastle Rd, Lafayette
Phone: (765) 296-2863
Dates: September 13 – October 27
Hours: Thursday, 6:00 – 10:00pm (October only); Friday, 6:00 – 11:00pm; Saturday, 10:00am – 11:00pm; Sunday, 12:00 – 7:00pm
At Exploration Acres, there is so much to do. Once you arrive you can warm-up with a quick run through the straw bale maze, then visit the 20-acre corn maze with over 10 miles of twists and turns (the largest corn maze in northwest Indiana!). You can test your skill at a pedal car race, fire a three-ear corn cannon salute, or dive into a mound of hay.
Address: 12290 E 191st St, Noblesville
Phone: (317) 773-9078
Dates: September 28 & 29, every Saturday & Sunday in October
Hours: 10:00am – 6:00pm
Bonus fall break hours! Friday, October 18, 2:00 – 6:00pm
There are two corn mazes for you to choose from, depending on your preference. Choose between a smaller 5-acre scavenger hunt maze with a prize at the end or a larger 10-acre scavenger hunt maze. Or do both!
Address: 6848 N 250 E, Whiteland
Phone: (317) 535-9150
Dates: Every weekend, September 27 – October 27
Hours: Friday 6:00 – 10:00pm; Saturday, Noon – 10:00pm; Sunday, Noon – 6:00pm
Bonus fall break dates! October 7-18
Kelsay Farms is a dairy farm that opens to the public during the fall. Aside from the 7-acre corn maze, the farms include a bale mountain, corn crib play area, hayrides, cornhole games, pumpkins, and the Moo Choo Express. Bring your flashlights to explore the (not haunted) maze at night!
Address: 1611 N. Meridian Road, Greenfield; 3145 Killion Mill Road, Loogootee
Phone: (812) 295-9000
Dates: September 14 – November 2
Hours: Friday, 5:00 – 10:00pm; Saturday, Noon – 10:00pm; Sunday, Noon – 6:00pm
There’s tons to do at Lark Ranch! Choose one of the two locations for a corn maze, pumpkin picking, pony rides, and much more.
Address: 1115 E 1000 N, Fortville
Phone: (317) 326-1700
Dates: September 28 – October 31
Hours: Sunday – Thursday, Noon – 6:00pm; Friday, Noon – 10:00pm; Saturday, 10:00am – 10:00pm
A fall visit to Piney Acres Farm in rural Hancock County is full of interactive, hands-on fun for the entire family! The 73-acre farm is full of wide open space where families can connect and enjoy relaxed farm fun activities, both educational and entertaining, such as picking a pumpkin from our patch, hayrides, corn mazes, visiting with barnyard friends and autumn treats in the farm store.
Address: 5717 N 300 W, Greenfield
Phone: (317) 326-2278
Dates: September 7 – October 31
Hours: Monday – Saturday, 9:00am – 7:00pm; Closed Sunday
Tuttle Orchards’ 4-acre Agrimaze is a great fall family destination! Find your way through the corn maze while participating in some fun activities for all ages. The maze takes about 20-30 minutes to complete and includes different activities each year to do while you find your way through.
Address: 2304 E Main St, Danville
Phone: (317) 745-4876
Dates: September 20 – October 31
Hours: (Fall activities) Friday – Saturday, 9:00am – 6:00pm; Sunday, Noon – 6:00pm
Beasley’s offers a variety of family-friendly agri-entertainment activities throughout their season. Along with the ever-popular Corn Maze, every weekend in October, Beasley’s offers hayrides to their 15-acre U-Pick pumpkin patch, a giant Hay Mountain for young guests to climb, and our new Barnyard Bonanza which features: a giant jumping pillow, a spider web rope climber, and ball zone for testing your accuracy in throwing footballs, basketballs and baseballs!
Address: 8900 E County Rd 1000 N, Brownsburg
Phone: (317) 450-5245
Dates: September 29 – October 30
Hours: Tuesday – Thursday, 2:00 – 6:00pm; Friday – Sunday, 10:00am – 6:00pm
Hogan Farms’ corn maze is made up of USA-themed icons, like the bald eagle and American flag. Head there this fall to try your luck in this awesome corn maze, the only one in Brownsburg!
If there are any Indiana locations you know of that we missed, please let us know! There are several locations that have done corn mazes in the past but will not be participating this year so be sure to check online or call before heading out.