Wyoming Corn Mazes
Green Acres Corn Maze| Casper
There is so much waiting for you at Green Acres Corn Maze! Located in Casper, Wyoming This United States Flag Maze is designed to challenge those attempting to find the ONE exit from more than 8 acres of twists, turns and dead ends. A unique source of good farmin' fun for all ages!
Harvest Home | Lingle
Ellis' Harvest Home is located on the farm west of Lingle that the Ellis family has been farming since 1959. Ellis kids, grand-kids and great grand-kids all spend time working at Harvest Home doing something, sometime during the year. We are a fairly traditional Eastern Wyoming farm; we raise corn, dry beans and hay and feed cattle during the winter. We are not an organic operation, but are trying to be as "natural" as we can by using limited amounts of commercial fertlizers and pesticides. Dan started raising pumpkins years ago; four years ago we added the corn maze and larger amounts of produce. We continue to grow a little each year; we have added a third high tunnel this year, and continue to grow tomatoes, peppers, onions, cabbage, cucumbers and of course sweet corn. In the fall we not only have Wyoming's oldest CORN MAZE, we have pumpkins, gourds, and other fall decorations. We also have corn, boxes, a hay maze, tire mountain, spider web,a tomato launcher and corn cannon for a complete "Family Fun Day on the Farm"
Did you know that these mazes, located in Wyoming, 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 Wyoming corn mazes, Wyoming pumpkin patches, Wyoming haunted houses and more. Wyoming is a great place for halloween and other fall activities.
Wyoming's economic well-being revolves around three industries-minerals, agriculture and tourism
Ranks #8 nationwide in barley production, 20th in hay, and 33rd in wheat production
9th largest state in the U.S. covering 97,914 square miles, 42% land owend by federal government