The 9 Best Corn Mazes in Illinois!
Illinois farms take corn mazes very seriously, creating intricate designs with miles of trails through many acres of corn fields. In fact, the world’s largest corn maze in located in Spring Grove, Illinois. The following corn mazes are the most popular with visitors and are designed to be confusing, yet enjoyable, for the entire family. Here are our favorites.
Richardson Adventure Farm isn’t a typical small-town farm—they host the world’s largest corn maze! This intricate corn maze is actually made up of four small mazes featuring 10 miles of trails within 28 acres of corn. The maze has three bridges, numerous checkpoints, and no annoying dead-ends. This farm also offers five corn maze games that last between 10 minutes and two hours.
Jonamac Apple Orchard offers more than just apple-picking and cider—their 10-acre corn maze is worth checking out. It features two bridges and three miles of pathways to test your orienteering and navigation skills. Their haunted corn maze is open on Friday and Saturday nights through October for a spooky experience.
Konow’s offers two corn mazes to accommodate both serious maze enthusiasts who want a challenge and those wishing to walk a shorter distance. Both mazes are full of twists and turns to provide a fun fall experience for people of all ages. Kids also love the animal barn, jumping pillow, straw playground, hayrides, and other kid-friendly activities.
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If you’re looking for a scary Halloween attraction, head over to Heap’s Haunted Corn Maze. This eerie corn maze is said to be haunted by the old man who owned the farm around 150 years ago and disappeared in the corn field. The haunted tours occur after dark and feature scary props and effects throughout the corn field.
Siegel’s isn’t just an award-winning pumpkin farm, but it’s also home of a 15-mile corn maze attraction that draws in thousands of visitors each fall. The maze contains five miles of paths that wind through the corn field. Families also enjoy the hayrides, farm animals, barnyard playland, haunted barn, and many other activities throughout the farm.
Johnson’s may be known for pumpkins, but they also offer a six-acre corn maze that contains a smaller maze within it. The large maze is of a pirate ship and the smaller maze is a gigantic treasure chest. Apparently guests can play game in both mazes and even find buried treasures.
Odyssey Fun Farm is located on a 110-acre farm with five acres dedicated to family-friendly attractions including pig races, hayrides, farm animals, a pumpkin patch, and much more. Their huge “Corn Maize” is on 15 acres and spells out “Odyssey Fun Farm Tinley Park.” The confusing design is fun if you enjoy a challenge.
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The Great Godfrey Maze is a large local attraction each fall in Godfrey. It’s open every weekend during the fall and after dark on Friday and Saturday nights. Visitors come here to experience family-friendly fun along with the other attractions including the corn crib, slide, hay wagon, and cow train.
Meadow View Corn Maze is a popular fall attraction in the Harvard area. Visitors enjoy the 10-acre maze, moon walks, hay rides, seasonal treats, and other fall-related activities. There’s also a two-acre pumpkin patch and campfire sites available by reservation.