Here’s a list of popular Kansas City pumpkin patches, corn mazes & hayrides, which will begin opening in mid-September. Some offer coupons or discounts (see below). 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 16). Admission is $10.95 Monday through Thursday ($5.50 for military); $12.95 Friday through Sunday ($6.50 for military). Kids 2 and under get in FREE. You can get discount coupons at HyVee. Admission includes kids’ games and rides, playgrounds, a petting barn, a giant bale maze, a corn maze, a pumpkin patch, a little Farmer’s Museum, pig races and other entertainment (weekends only), and more.
Deanna Rose Children’s Farmstead’s Pumpkin Hollow, Overland Park, Kansas (opens September 29). 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 October 1). Admission is $7 on weekdays; $9 on weekends; FREE for kids 2 and under. Admission includes a pumpkin parch, 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 22). 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 16). 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 23). Admission is $9 for adults (13-59); $11 for kids ages 3-12; $7 for seniors Monday through Thursday and $11 for adults; $13 for kids; $9 for seniors Friday through Sunday; FREE for kids 2 and under. Military personnel and their families get a $2 discount (ID required). Admission includes a pumpkin patch, playgrounds, a giant tunnel crawl, a farm animal corral with pig races (weekends only), and more.
KC Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze, Olathe, Kansas (opens September 23). Admission is $9.95 ($5 for military). Kids under 2 get in FREE. Admission includes a pumpkin patch, themed mazes, a jumping pillow, barrel train rides, zip lines, play structures, kids’ games and rides, farm animals, and more.
Liberty Corn Maze, Liberty, Missouri (opens September 8). Admission is $10 for adults; $8 for kids ages 4-12; FREE for kids 3 and under. On opening weekend, public service employees (military, police, firefighters, and EMTs) also get in FREE (ID required). For a limited time, Groupon is offering a discount of up to 50% on season passes. Admission includes several corn mazes and a children’s play area.
Louisburg Cider Mill Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze, Louisburg, Kansas (opens September 15). 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, a sunflower slide, farm animals, a tricycle track, live music, a spider web climber, and more.
Shuck’s Corn Maze, Pleasant Hill, MO (opening day TBD). Admission is $10; kids 3 and under get in FREE. Admission includes a corn maze, barrel train rides, zip line rides, hayrides, farm animals, kids’ games and activities, laser tag, 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, and a Country Store.