The 6 Best Corn Mazes in Louisiana! By
Corn mazes aren’t just for the nation's Heartland. Some of the most beautiful and innovative corn mazes can be found in Louisiana. Whether looking to make a day of fall festival fun or just a place for the children to play before picking out the family pumpkin, we have found the best corn mazes across the state. Have a great time and enjoy the colors, tastes, and smells of fall in Louisiana.
Looking for a great place to celebrate the harvest? Visit Cajun Country Corn Maze in Pine Grove, Louisiana, for special family fun and pick your own pumpkins. Face painting, inflatables, wagon and tractor rides, and just plain fun are the order of the day (or night). For 30 years, Cajun Country has been helping people celebrate their heritage and culture and providing farm fresh produce. The 7.5-acre corn maze will a-maze and delight you, and if that’s not enough corn, you can shoot a corn cannon and launch corn cobs high in the sky. The second part of the corn maze is only available at night and isn’t for the fainthearted. There’s even a secret haunted trail from which some never return the same.
Located in Shreveport, Louisiana, DixieMaze Farms is a successful experiment in agritourism and as a working farm, lets families and community groups experience the importance of farming and food-to-table products. Visitors can pick their own pumpkins, ride the hay wagon, and go through the corn and hay mazes.
Fun, clean family entertainment is what you’ll find at CM Farms in Dry Creek, Louisiana. A short drive from Lake Charles will bring you to the source of over 30 fun activities designed to celebrate the fall harvest. The special CM corn maze is 12 acres of twisty turning fun through a sorghum field. You’ll have a corny time at CM Farms, so bring your friends and get a special discounted rate.
The first and only pumpkin patch, Steele’s Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze is located in Angie, Louisiana. Besides the corn maze, featured on the farm is a petting zoo, hay rides, food, and more fun than you can shake a stick at. Everyone on staff is friendly and ready to assist in any way they can to make your visit a happy, safe, and fun adventure.
These gardens are an experimental collection of several types of botanical environments, all grown and maintained under the watchful care of Louisiana State University. The fall season is ushered in by the annual corn maze, and there are plenty of other activities to keep you busy throughout the day. Tractor pulls, a petting zoo, haystack climbing mountain, giant slingshot, and hay rides are on the menu, and you won’t find a better place for lovely gardens displaying fall colors.
The year was 1913, and that’s when 1,500-acre Kleinpeter Farms began serving the surrounding community with farm fresh dairy products. Kleinpeter’s was the first dairy in the state to be recognized by the American Humane Associated for their treatment of the Holstein, Guernsey, and Jersey cows on the farm. It’s this unique blend of milk that the farm has become known for with products like regular, chocolate, and strawberry milk, buttermilk, whipped cream, egg nog, and other seasonal favorites.