As you read on my Fall Bucket List one of the things that I wanted to do this Fall was go to a corn maze. Well mark that one off of the list because I found the perfect one! How is it the perfect one you ask? Well let’s just say this: $100 CASH!!!


Corn Maze In The Plains


Last weekend I went with my girls and Katie (Adventures By Katie) to Corn Maze In The Plains to tackle the maze and try to find the money that was hidden in the maze. (They don’t hide money all of the time but follow them on social media and on their website and you will see what weekends they hide cash in the corn!) We got there late in the day and was warned that most of the money had already been found. There was only 2 tickets left in the whole maze, but we were determined to find some and sure enough my 12 year old found the winning card hidden in the corn! As you can tell we were so excited! It is a good thing that I made everyone promise to split the money evenly if we found any. Sometimes I have good ideas 🙂


After we found the money we fumbled our way through the corn for over an hour and ended up going out the entrance (oops!). We kept making left turns and never quite made our way to the second half of the maze. It was getting close to closing time so we just ran around to the EXIT to take a picture before we left.


There is so much more to do and see at Corn Maze In The Plains that has nothing to do with corn!  While we were there the girls did a hay bale maze:


Rode on tire horses:


Got “cornvicted” of cheating in the maze:


And so much more!


  • 5 Acre Corn Maze
  • Barnyard of Fun with giant slides (YEAH!)
  • Several mini mazes
  • Obstacle course
  • Fidget ladders
  • Spider web
  • Roll tubes
  • Hay loft
  • Corn tires
  • Farm animal corral
  • Hayrides
  • Pumpkin sling shot

They also have tons of pumpkins and gourds for sale. Every color, size and shape were available for sale. They also have a shop in the barn that has lots of other goodies and fall decorations for sale.


Come hungry because they have a barbecue going and you can have lunch or dinner. If you aren’t hungry for a meal, you can still get kettle corn and some apple cider. We bought some kettle corn for the ride home, and my girls ate the whole bag!


We definitely had a fun afternoon and can’t wait to go back soon!


The Corn Maze in the Plains is open from September 27 – November 9:

  • FRIDAYS in Oct. and Nov. 10 am – 10 pm
  • SATURDAYS in Oct. and Nov. 10 am – 10 pm
  • SUNDAYS 10 am – 6 pm
  • COLUMBUS DAY 10 am – 6 pm
  • MONDAY & TUESDAY, Nov. 3 & 4 10 am – 5 pm

If you have brave kids or teenagers or maybe you are up to some nighttime fun then there is a Night Maze option where you can explore the maze using flashlights. After finishing the maze you can hangout by the campfire, enjoy some hot cider, and roast some s’mores. You can check the website for dates and times of the Night Maze.


*I was provided free admission to The Corn Maze in the Plains, but as always all thoughts and opinions are my own.*