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

Sunflower Maze


− May 16:  The first section of the sunflower maze has been planted! If the weather cooperates, this section **should** bloom by the middle of July.

              Be sure to check back for the latest updates!


L&A Family Farms: Home of the Sunflower Maze

Many people are familiar with corn mazes in the fall, but a summer sunflower maze is a new twist. In 2015, we planted a couple acres of sunflowers for bird seed. When the sunflowers were blooming, it was a beautiful site, and the idea of a sunflower maze was born.

If you are unfamiliar with outdoor ag mazes, you enter the maze at the starting point and wander your way through the paths looking for the exit. Don’t be surprised to find a few dead ends along the way.

The sunflower maze is dependent on Mother Nature, so be prepared. The paths could be muddy or dusty. The summer sun may make it hot and muggy. We suggest you bring bottled water and wear sun protection. Please be aware of the weather conditions while you are on the farm. If the weather becomes severe, we will close the maze until the threat passes.

Since this is a farm field, we recommend you wear closed toe shoes. If you are allergic to bee stings, exercise caution in the field because it will be full of pollinators while the sunflowers are in bloom.


Sunflowers are only in full bloom for a short period of time. They usually only last a week or two, depending on the weather. If you want to witness this spectacle, be prepared to act quickly! This is not the time to procrastinate.

Stay up to date on the latest developments by checking our social media accounts: Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.



- The admission fee to the maze is $5.00 per person.  Kids 5 and under are free.

- For the safety of our visitors and livestock, we do not allow pets in the maze unless they are service animals.

- Maze entry ends 30 minutes prior to closing.

- **L&A Family Farms operates on Central time, which is one our behind most Indiana counties.**



We hope your visit to our farm is a fun and memorable experience!


See what some of our past visitors have said!


"Spent the day enjoying the farm. Fields of sunflowers were so beautiful. Could not stop taking pictures. The folks working there were so incredibly nice and friendly. Definitely going to return."

James Barbe via Facebook, Aug. 14, 2018


"Very family friendly, and the workers are very welcoming."

- Madison Omer via Facebook, Aug. 6, 2018


"I could have spent hours there taking pictures. My daughter had gone the day before with friends and came home and said she wanted to go back, so we did the next day. Gorgeous and they were fixing brats and hamburgers which were amazing. Homemade ice cream and flavored bottle drinks. Super friendly owners. This will definitely be a yearly event for us. Thank you L&A family for opening your farm and hearts to the public."

- Virginia Pinkston via Facebook, July 29, 2018


"Very clean and friendly!! Highly recommend for anyone wanting something fun and easy to do for the day."

- Brianne Powers via Facebook, July 26, 2018


"A must see if you love sunflowers. Nice little drive and not hard to find. The owners are very welcoming and friendly."

- James Clark via Facebook, July 22, 2017

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