Maze + Fall Fun
The 15th annual corn maze, pumpkin patch and fall festival will be held on the weekends from September through October. Our promotional partners are DEKALB, Casey’s General Store and Van-Wall Group Inc.
Hours (weather permitting) September 7th through October 27th.
Saturdays & Sundays: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Please arrive by 7 p.m. to allow time to complete the corn maze before the farm closes at 8 p.m.
Farm admission with wagon ride = $8.00
Prices charged on ages 3 and up. Ages 2 & younger are Free.
Cash, credit and debit cards are accepted. Cash is preferred at concessions.
Youth must be age 16 or older to visit the farm without adult supervision. Otherwise, children must be accompanied by a paid adult chaperone to visit the farm.
- Fridays in October: 1 - 8 p.m.
- Monday, October 14: 1 - 6 p.m.
This year's farm theme is a John Deere 9400 tractor that the farm owns.The maze has 5.4 miles of trails. When people visit the corn maze in September and October, they are provided with a map and instructions on the maze activity. Our maze has two entrances on the north side of the field and two emergency exits on the east and west sides. There is no single way in and out of the maze. When we have dry conditions, the maze paths are smooth enough for wheelchairs and strollers.
Hidden inside the 10-acre cornfield are 20 fence posts. Each fence post is numbered and has a unique paper punch chained to it. When a fence post is found, guests punch the matching box on their maps. It takes guests, on average, 20 minutes to an hour to complete the maze. When all of the posts are found, guests show us their maps and receive a coupon for a free slice of Casey’s homemade-to-go pizza.
Geisler Farms offers more than 30 family friendly outdoor activities for children and adults to enjoy. The activities include the big slide, jump pad, swings, rubber duck races, patio maze, table maze, pedal karts, tricycles, hamster roll, corn bin, and corn hole toss game. New activities in 2019 include grain wagon hoops, the barrel roll and steer roping. We also feature two farmer built ADA-accessible wagons
The Red Shed at Geisler Farms is the hub of all farm activity. Farm admission is paid inside the Red Shed. You will also find ADA-accessible restrooms, food and beverages, tables and chairs, jam and frozen Emma Krumbee take and bake pies and apple crisp.
If your group of corn maze enthusiasts would like to use a firepit and have a wagon ride together, we offer advance group reservations. Otherwise any group may visit on the weekend without a reservation. We offer three firepits for group reservation. Please see our Groups page for details.
Geisler Farms is passionate about pumpkins. Nothing says fall like a sea of orange pumpkins on a green lawn. Our pumpkin patch is conveniently located next to the parking lot on the west side of the barn. Pumpkins are sold on Saturdays and Sundays. There is no admission charged to visit the pumpkins. We do not have a wagon ride to our pumpkins. During the week, we harvest pumpkins from our 10-acre field and move them to our patch. During the peak in October, there are thousands of pumpkins to select from.
You may borrow one of our yellow wagons and select the perfect jack o’lanterns. Before you complete your purchase, there are other fall decorations to select from including straw, corn shocks, Indian corn, heirloom pumpkins, squash and mini pumpkins. We have a weigh and
pay station at the barn. We accept cash, credit and debit cards.
Pumpkin and outdoor decoration prices*
*Prices are subject to change.
Jack O'Lanterns = 40 cents per pound
The following items are sold by the piece.
Heirloom (white, blue, and cheese) = $4.00
Pie Pumpkin = $2.00
Gourds = $1.00
Mini Pumpkin = $1.00
Straw Bale, full sized = $6.00
Straw Bale, mini = Sold Out
Corn Shocks = $4.50
Indian Ear of Corn = $1.00
Bag of 10 ears of corn for squirrels = $2.00
Butternut Squash = $2.00
Watermelon = $5.00