It’s one of our favorite seasons in Omaha! It’s that time of year for fall farms, corn mazes, pumpkin patches, hay rides and so many other activities. Below are some of the nearby family farms and corn mazes to visit while you are out and about this fall with the kids.
Fall Farms & Corn Mazes in Omaha
Bellevue Berry & Pumpkin Ranch
11001 South 48th Street Papillion, NE 68133 | September 16-October 31
Explore the pumpkin ranch! The kids will enjoy How the West Was fun play area featuring a fun barn, slides, zip lines, new low ropes course, climbing nets, and swings. The kids can also enjoy our popular bounce pillows, a kids train ride, jungle grass maze, pirates swing, and new and improved haunted walk, and haunted hayride through the woods, also the remodeled Pirates Cove area.
9677 County Road 3 Fontanelle, NE 68044
Families will enjoy a 9-acre maze, pumpkins for donations, concessions, laser tag, jumping pillow, bounce houses, petting barn, hayrack rides, 350-foot zip lines, pedal karts, barrel train rides, slides, free camp fires, and more. Be sure to check out their fall festival to help support this great organization.
19475 225th Street Council Bluffs, Iowa 51503
Open through October, this family-favorite fall farm is full of activities for the entire family. From apple-picking, pumpkin patching, and of course their 10-acre maze sponsored by Hyvee. The maze designs change year after year, and this one is sure to be a hit! Of course we love the goats, and it’s one of the best parts of the visit.
3935 State Highway 133, Blair, NE 68008
Opening September 8th for the season and known for their 10-acre corn maze, Skinny Bones Pumpkin Patch will challenge you to their scavenger hunt where you’ll search for eights punch stations hidden throughout the maze. If you find them all, your master maze status leaves you with new bragging rights and a lucky prize!
12102 S. 180th St. Gretna, NE 68028
The fall season kicks off on September 2 at Vala’s through October 31st! Enjoy a variety of events this season from the Sunflower festival to trick or treating and of course the family-favorite attractions at the farm like the corn and pirate mazes, specialty farm rides, farm animals, pumpkin patch, and more. This is one of the state’s well-known attractions – the 4 acre corn maze. We can’t wait to see their design this year!