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Get Lost! 6 Mind-Boggling Corn Mazes Near Portland

If your family likes puzzles, they’re going to love these acres and acres of twisting paths that will leave your crew running around in circles in the corn. The following farms offer corn mazes that will leave your family perplexed, giggling your heads off and getting lost — on purpose. Click through our album to see all six of our faves.

The MAiZE the Pumpkin Patch
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The MAiZE the Pumpkin Patch

Sixteen years ago, Craig Easterly officially introduced the corn maze concept to Sauvie Island's Pumpkin Patch. Now, over 30,000 people make it a tradition to wander through the five-acre labyrinth of corn. If your little goblins like things that go bump in the night, they might enjoy the haunted maze as well. But proceed with caution, it can get seriously spooky.

The Pumpkin Patch
16511 NW Gillihan Rd.
Sauvie Island
503-621-7110
Online: portlandmaze.com

Photo credit: Portland Maze

  1. The MAiZE the Pumpkin Patch
  2. Bella Organic Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/BellaOrganicandportlandpumpkinfarm?fref=ts
  3. Kruger's Farm has three options for maze-crazed customers. The daytime corn maze is a confusing, twisting path through the corn. At night, it transforms into the Cabaret Maze, with fire performers, musicians, fortune tellers and spooky movies showing in the clearings. Then, there's the Haunted Maze that's most likely too frightening for littlest ones. For the daring, sign up for a time slot, then enjoy the Cabaret while you wait your turn. When your time slot comes up, a tractor will take your party out to the haunted maze. 17100 NW Sauvie Island Rd. Sauvie Island 503-621-3489 Online: krugersfarmmarket.com Photo credit: Kruger's Farm
  4. credit: wikipedia.org via Creative Commons http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/0c/Cornmaze.jpg
  5. Credit: visityakima.com via Creative Commons http://www.visityakima.com/newsite/yakima-valley-blog/?tag=corn-mazes-in-yakima

What’s your favorite maze to visit with your kids? Let us know in the Comments below!

— Suzie Ridgway