The 6 Best Corn Mazes in South Dakota!
One of our absolute favorite features of autumn is the annual emergence of corn mazes. South Dakota’s rich agricultural background makes the state an excellent place for a maze. Head to the six best corn mazes in South Dakota for some family-friendly fall fun!
The Heartland Country Corn Maze is enjoyable for the entire family! This autumn hotspot has an 11-acre life-size maze in the corn field. This maze has a twist too! The maze has a map and list of questions. Find the 10 checkpoints to find the answers. Find the hidden checkpoint and get a free treat from the Concession Barn! Head to the farm at night for the spooky flashlight nights, in which guests navigate the maze with a flashlight and the light of the moon to guide the way. It is open for the fall season, from around mid-August to late October. Adult admission is $8, children (five to 10 years-old) admission is $5, and children four and under are free. Only cash and check are accepted.
Just outside of Spearfish, this corn maze and pumpkin patch has loads of family-friendly activities and events. Closer to Halloween, the corn maze will become a haunted maze after dark! In addition to pumpkin picking and corn maze, the farm offers other activities like hay hop, hay jump, tire climb, duck walk, bale pets, corn box, and petting zoo. Don’t rely on GPS, instead get directions from their website. The farm is open in the fall season from early September through early November.
At Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park camping area, there is a huge seven-acre corn maze full of exciting twists, turns, and dead ends. The maze is also open after dark for a spooky maze adventure. The park has other children activities including an arcade game room, jumping pillow, theme weekends, pedal cart and golf cart rentals, heated swimming pool, indoor theater, mini golf, volleyball, and basketball.
This Rapid City pumpkin patch has everything a family needs to get into the fall spirit. Pumpkins, gourds, hay, straw, and corn stalks are all available. Activities include two bounce houses, corn maze, large sandbox, mule-drawn wagon rides, tractor-pulled hay rides, and pony rides. The farm is open every weekend from mid-September through the end of October.
Head to this peaceful farm for the first two weekends in October for their harvest festival! The pumpkin patch and corn maze are open for the fall season. Other activities include a petting zoo, paintball field, and goat playground.
Located on the second floor of the world famous Corn Palace, this palace also has a large indoor corn maze! In addition to the maze, there are other kids activities like corn mural decorating, sandbox with corn kernels instead of sand, kid-sized tractors, shopping market, noodle rain forest, and more! These cool, corn-themed activities will give the children (and adults) a new appreciation for South Dakota’s strong agricultural background!