Oregon Corn Mazes
Lone Pine Farms | Eugene
Leave the city behind. Come out, relax and enjoy the fresh country air. Let the kids pet the goats and play on the playground while you check out our great variety of healthy eats in the farmers market. We offer a variety of fresh, affordable produce to our customers. Our produce is carefully chosen to ensure only the best quality is offered. If we don’t grow certain items, we have friends that do!
The MAiZE @ The Pumpkin Patch | Sauvie Island/Portland
The MAiZE at The Pumpkin Patch is a popular outdoor adventure. We are Portland's original corn maze, in business since 1999. Our labyrinth of twists, turns and dead ends, carved into stalks over your head, offers an experience that is perfect for those hungry for fun. Most participants, adults and children alike, spend an average of one hour trying to maneuver their way out of our mind-boggling puzzle
Smith Rock Ranch LLC | Terrebonne
Smith Rock Ranch is a Central Oregon favorite for celebrating the fall harvest season. Operating as a regular farm throughout the year, during the October the Ranch opens to the public each Saturday and Sunday so guests can enjoy fun activities that include Pumpkin Picking, Zoo Train Rides, Petting Zoo, Archery Shoot, Miniature Golf, Farmer’s Market, Pumpkin Cannon Shoot, plus live entertainment and great food booths. Visitors can also challenge themselves to make their way through the paths of The Amazing Maize, a 7 acre corn field complete with bridges and spectacular views.
Did you know that these mazes, located in Oregon, are part of a larger MAiZE family that has more than 260 corn mazes located around the globe? Our MAiZE craze began back in 1996, bringing agritainment to millions around the world.
On this page you'll see a full list of agritourism/agritainment farms who are part of the MAiZE family and offer Oregon corn mazes, Oregon pumpkin patches, Oregon haunted houses and more. Oregon is a great place for halloween and other fall activities.
Oregon exports about 80% of its agricultural products, with nearly 40% goes out of the country
Ranks #2 in the nation for the production of pears, storage onions, hops and snap beans
Crops account for 66 percent of the state's total sales