Oklahoma Corn Mazes Everyone Should Visit This Fall

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It’s always sad to see the summer RV season pass, but fall brings a whole new array of treats and exciting activities to enjoy. One of the best parts of traveling throughout Oklahoma in fall is the variety of corn mazes for visitors to enjoy. Stop at these three must-visit mazes throughout the state to embrace the family-friendly fun this season has to offer.

Annabelle’s Fun Farm

Cruise over to Northeast Oklahoma and pay a visit to Annabelle’s Fun Farm in Welch, Okla. Annabelle’s Fun Farm is home to a giant corn maze that will keep you and your little ones occupied for hours. After weaving your way to the end, you can enjoy an array of other fall activities, including mining for gemstones, pumpkin picking, riding the mini train and more.

Orr Family Farm

The Orr Family Farm’s corn maze is only open to visitors in the fall months, which means now is the best time to go. The puzzle spans multiple acres and includes a mystery “Who Done It” game that visitors can play along the way. The maze’s theme changes every year, so you never know what the maze design will be until you arrive. The Orr Family Farm is located in Oklahoma City, and tickets can be purchased online.

Reding Farm

Reding Farm, in Chickasha, is home to the largest corn maze in all of Oklahoma. The maze opened on Sept. 25, and will be open until Nov. 1, providing non-stop entertainment for the families who visit. This year’s Oklahoma football-themed maze is guaranteed to throw visitors for a loop.

In addition to the corn maze, visitors can enjoy a hay ride, a ride on the Cow Train, wandering through the pumpkin patch or shopping for fresh fall produce grown on site.

Start Your Fall Fun at Leisure Time

There’s no better way to travel throughout Oklahoma than in the comfort of your own RV. Stop and see us in Oklahoma City to shop our huge selection of new and used RVs for unbelievable prices.

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