Corn Maze Round-Up 2020

There’s nothing more refreshing than the smell and feel of the crisp autumn air. With the ever-present global pandemic, enjoying typical fall activities can get tricky while social distancing. If you want to participate in fall fun but don’t want to mingle with big crowds, consider a nearby corn maze. Each maze offers ample room for social distancing and has guidelines in place to keep guests safe.


Country Lane Tree Farm
3525 N. Bolander Rd., Genoa, Ohio 43430
419.461.1298 |
Open daily 11am-7pm.

The largest animal farm in NW Ohio not only offers animal tours, but also TWO corn mazes and acres of u-pick pumpkins! The Little Tots Maze is ideal for families with small children and is FREE! The second corn maze, which encompasses 3 acres, is packed with autumn fun for all ages and is only $3. Families purchasing the Farm Animal Tour get both mazes included, along with a pony ride, Barrel Train Ride and many more activities! The farm also has a complimentary family game area by the Corn Mazes and Pumpkin Patch.

Fleitz Pumpkin Farm
7133 Seaman Rd. Oregon, OH 43616
(419) 836-7613 | Website
Open daily 10am-7pm until Oct. 31.

Fleitz Pumpkin Farm in Oregon, OH has been operating for almost 20 years. What started as a small pumpkin stand evolved into one of the most popular fall festivity spots in the Greater Toledo area. While admission into the farm is free, along with many other activities there, the corn maze is $1/person for the one-acre maze and $2/person for the five-acre maze.

Leaders’ Farm: ScreamAcres
0064 Co Rd. 16 Napolean, OH 43545
(419) 599-1570 | Website
Hours vary; open until Oct. 31.

Looking for a scare? Check out ScreamAcres, the haunted version of Leaders’ Farm’s corn maze. Admission to ScreamAcres is $20/person and is non-refundable. If you’re looking for a more family-friendly option, their regular corn maze will be open as well. Tickets for the regular corn maze are $10/person and children four and under are free.

They also offer a season pass and a variety of “combo” options. Masks are required during the hayride and when social distancing isn’t able to be enforced.

Sadowski’s Produce
12815 Airport Hwy Swanton, OH 43558
(419) 826-0863 | Website
Open daily until 8pm.

This maze is completely free. The final entry into the corn maze is at 7:30pm. The Sadowski’s corn maze is family friendly and only takes about 30 minutes to complete.

Stevens Gardens
4550 Weckerly Rd. Monclova, OH 43542
(419) 392-2065 | Website
Monday – Saturday, 10am-7pm; Sundays 10am-6pm.

You’re encouraged to find the selfie station while making your way through the maze. Once you find it, snap a photo to be entered into a weekly prize drawing. In order to enter, you must use the hashtag #SGMAZE2020. 

Wheeler Farms Corn Maze @The Butterfly House
11455 Obee Rd. Whitehouse, OH 43571
(419) 877-2733 | Website
Friday 5pm-10pm, Saturday noon-10pm, Sunday noon-6pm.

The “hometown heroes” corn maze by Wheeler Farms at The Butterfly House is open until Oct. 31. Keep in mind that the terrain is sandy and isn’t wheelchair or stroller friendly. Guests must follow social distancing guidelines while on the property. Entrance into the maze is $12 for adults and $10 for kids aged 4-9 and senior citizens. Children under 4 are free. The maze is open until one hour before closing time.


Suter Produce
4678 Road R Pandora, OH 45877
(419) 384-3331 | Website
Saturday 11am-7pm, Sunday 1pm-7pm.

Suter Produce’s themed corn mazes are a popular fall attraction every year. They’re family-friendly and don’t include any haunts or scares. This year’s theme celebrates the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower. Social distancing is encouraged and masks are required if social distancing isn’t possible. The final maze entry ends at 6pm. The corn maze will be open until Nov. 1.


The Furry Tail Farm
19407 S.R. 117 Waynesfield, OH 45896
(419) 231-1032 | Website
Saturday and Sunday, 11am-5pm.

Furry Tail Farm offers a wide variety of fall activities along with their corn maze. Admission is $12 for children older than three and adults. Grandparents and senior citizens are free. You can enjoy everything Furry Tail Farm has to offer until Nov. 1.

More across the line in MICHIGAN…


Carpenter Farms Pumpkins
2534 US-233 Adrian, MI 49221
(517) 265-8399 | Website
Open daily 10am-7pm until Oct. 31.

Social distancing is required and masks are recommended; however, the maze is 15 acres and provides plenty of space to practice social distancing. The cost of entry is $5/person and children 5 and under are free. Throughout the maze are five hidden placards that reveal a new hidden word every week.


BJ’s Farm
9777 Secor Rd Temperance, MI 48182
(734) 856-6740 | Website

BJ’s Farm has a search and find corn maze laden with hidden items to make your experience more fun. Admission is $5 for ages 10 and up, $4 for ages 5-9, and $2.50 for children 3-4. It’s a one time fee and you’re able to reuse your admission for the entire season.

Erie Orchards
1235 Erie Rd. Erie, MI 48133
(734) 848-4518 | Website

Perhaps one of the more popular fall attractions in the area, Erie Orchards offers a corn maze among a smorgasbord of other activities as well. The corn maze is open during business hours all week. The orchard and cider mill will be open until their season is done on Nov. 15.

Farmer J’s Corn Maze
16405 Pherdun Rd. Dundee, MI 48131
(734) 216-1089 | Website
Open Friday to Sunday.

Farmer J’s record-breaking corn maze is open for the season until Nov. 1. Admission is $11/adults and $5/kids. Children 5 and under are free. Keep in mind, you’ll need to purchase your tickets online ahead of time if you plan to pay by card. Cash is the only payment accepted on site.

Kackleberry Farm
6421 North Stoney Creek Rd. Monroe, MI 48162
(734) 240-0825 | Website
Open Thursday to Sunday; hours vary.

The Kackleberry corn maze features 12 acres of corn to wander through and they offer daytime admission along with special flashlight nights. Rather than charging for just the corn maze, the farm offers all day passes that grant you access to all farm activities.

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