The Treinen Farm Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch is located on a real 200-acre family farm. Owned and managed by the Treinen family for almost a century, the farm grows hay, corn, soybeans, and pumpkins and breeds Belgian horses, which pull their wagons. Their 15-acre corn maze is the biggest in Wisconsin. The farm welcomes visitors during the season to enjoy their horse wagon rides, pumpkin patch, tube slides, hayrides, tractor tire playground, corn sandbox, cows to be milked, farm animals, pumpkin slingshot, steers to rope, bounce house, and much more, although the most fascinating feature on the farm is, of course, their amazing maze. Read more
The latest maze was created together with the University of Wisconsin’s Geology Museum and is shaped like a trilobite, which is the official state fossil. When seen from the air, it is obvious that the maze is divided into sections, each with a different trilobite specimen, while the center has a huge, 500-foot-long design of this ancient fossil. From far away, it is hard to believe that the whole design is cut out of a corn field.
Contact: W12420 State Road 60, Lodi, WI 53555-9779, Phone: 608-622-7407
Photo: Treinen Farm Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch
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