21661 Staley Rd. Paris, IL 61944 Google Map (217)-275-3491
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Corn Maze

We're known for the sunflower maze, but this year, L&A Family Farms is home to classic fall favorite - a corn maze!

 

Our 10-acre corn maze has a little bit of a twist, though. There is one entrance/exit to the maze that leads into a courtyard. Once in the courtyard, there are four separate paths/mazes to choose from, so you can spend as little or as much time as you want in the maze without having to walk through all ten acres.

Up for a challenge?

Visitors are eligible for a chance to win a prize if you successfully find the checkpoint in each section of the maze. Get ready for a lot of twists and turns!

The checkpoints are marked with a bold and underlined word or term; report those words/terms back to us once you return to the store, and you'll may win a prize!

 

Admission to the corn maze is included with all of our other fall activities. Click here to be taken to the page with admission prices.

 

HOURS OF OPERATION:

- Saturday: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

- Sunday: 12 to 6 p.m.

*Maze entry ends 45 minutes prior to closing*

 

FLASHLIGHT MAZE! If you visit after dark on Saturdays, the corn maze becomes a flashlight maze! You'll want to make sure your phone is charged up or bring a flashlight along for this adventure. Flashlight maze entry ends at 8:15 p.m.

The Daily BriefingSeptember 16th, 2019

The Daily Briefing has what you need to know about the sunflower maze each day - a daily picture, the weather forecast, special events, and more! Be sure to keep this page bookmarked for th

All Visitors Now Required to Sign Liability WaiversJuly 26th, 2019

We've had to make some changes for the 2019 season. Our insurance company is now requiring all farm visitors to read our farm safety rules and sign a liability waiver. Those who are under the age of 1

Travel Alert - Construction Planned Near the FarmMay 9th, 2019

If you have previously visited the farm, you probably know about or have even been across the low water crossing/slab on Staley Road near the farm. It appears the days of the low water crossing