Here’s a list of popular Kansas City pumpkin patches, corn mazes & hayrides, some of which are already open for business! I’m sure I missed a few, but can always add them later. If you know of any I missed, please leave a comment below.
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Carolyn’s Country Cousins, Liberty, Missouri (opens September 17). Admission is $10.95 Monday through Thursday; $12.95 Friday through Sunday. You can buy combo tickets (pumpkin patch and corn maze) for $20. Kids 2 and under get in FREE. Admission includes kids’ games and rides, playgrounds, a petting barn, a giant bale maze, a pumpkin patch, a little Farmer’s Museum, pig races (weekends only), and more.
Deanna Rose Children’s Farmstead’s Pumpkin Hollow, Overland Park, Kansas (opens September 28). Admission is $8. Kids 1 and under get in FREE. There’s also a $2 gate admission fee Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and all day on Saturday and Sunday. Admission includes a horse-drawn wagon ride to the pumpkin patch, a corn maze, a FREE pumpkin, barrel train rides, a corn maze, a hay pyramid, a giant hay slide, and more.
Faulkner’s Ranch, Kansas City, Missouri (opens September 29). Admission is $8 on weekdays; $10 on weekends; FREE for kids 2 and under. They also have a Happy Hour special Monday through Thursday from 3 to 6 p.m., during which you can get in for $5. Admission includes a pumpkin patch, a field maze, farm animals, hayrides, kids’ games, more than 25 interactive activities, and more.
Gieringer’s Family Orchard & Berry Farm, Edgerton, KS (opens September 28). Admission is $10; Kids 2 and under get in FREE. Admission includes a pumpkin patch, a corn maze, a kids’ mini maze, hayrides, a pumpkin jump, a play area, a hay mountain, and more.
Johnson County Parks Group Hayrides, Shawnee Mission and Olathe, KS (opens September 22). Tickets are $7 per person (there’s an $80 per group minimum). Two weeks advance registration is required. The hayrides conclude with a warm fire, marshmallows, and apple cider.
Johnson Farms, Belton, Missouri (opens September 22). Admission is $9 for adults (13-59) Monday through Friday/$11 on weekends; $11 for kids (3-12)/$13 on weekends; $7 for seniors (60+)/$9 on weekends; FREE for kids 2 and under. Admission includes a pumpkin patch, a 10-acre corn maze, jumping pillows, playgrounds, a giant tunnel maze, a farm animal corral, pig races (weekends only), and more.
KC Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze, Olathe, Kansas (open October 20-21 only). Admission is $15 and tickets must be purchased in advance. Admission includes live music, food trucks, hard cider slushes (21+), apple cider, a jumping pillow, barrel train rides, zip lines, play structures, kids’ games and rides, farm animals, rubber duck races, and more.
Liberty Corn Maze, Liberty, Missouri (opens September 7). Admission is $10 for adults; $8 for kids ages 4-12; FREE for kids 3 and under. Admission includes several corn mazes (both large and small) and a children’s play area. Adults also get admission to the Grain Drain Saloon & Beer Garden.
Louisburg Cider Mill Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze, Louisburg, Kansas (opens September 14). Admission is $10; kids 3 and under are FREE. They’re running some discounts throughout the season. Click here for details. Admission includes a corn maze, a pumpkin patch, hay wagon rides, a children’s play area, farm animals, a tricycle track, live music, a spider web climber, and more.
Weston Red Barn, Weston, MO (opens Labor Day weekend). Admission is FREE; there’s a fee for some of the activities. Weston Red Barn offers tractor-drawn hayrides, horse-drawn hayrides, a corn maze, pony rides, a pumpkin market, a barnyard, a Country Store, and more.