Friday, September 16th – Sunday, October 31st
➤ Children 2 & under free!
Monday – Thursday: 8am to 6pm. $8.99
Fridays & Saturdays: 8am to 10pm. $12.99
Sundays: 9am to 6pm. $12.99
Jump Pillow: $2 wristband, must be 36″ or taller
Hay, Come Join The Fun!
- 10 acre corn maze
- Hay wagon rides
- Children’s play area
- Spider web climber
- Mount sunflower slide
- Farm animals
- Huge corn crib
- Tricycle track
- Orchard trail
- Tire tower
- Learning barn
- Bee hive exhibit
- Giant swing set
- Low challenge elements
- Access to our 10 acre pumpkin patch (pumpkins sold separately)
- Jump pillow – Purchase of $2 bracelet required to jump.
- Pumpkins – Prices range $3-$25 depending on size. Pumpkins are also available for purchase at our Country Store without admission.
- Snack & drink concessions and food vendors will be available periodically. Please call ahead to double-check food options or feel free to bring a picnic lunch or dinner!
At Louisburg Cider Mill, each year we are known for our fall festivities. One of the most popular traditions is choosing an exciting new theme for our annual 10-acre corn maze. Our 2021 corn maze is the design of 10-year-old Aspen Frazier, who is the winner our First Annual Corn Maze Design Contest. We present the Louisburg Cider Mill Family Farm Corn Maze, Bee Kind.
Some of the themes from the past include:
- 2020 – Beetle Juice Corn Maze
- 2019 – Lost Trail Corn Maze
- 2018 – Louisburg Cider Mill Family Farm
- 2017 – Celebrating 40 Years Louisburg Cider Mill Barn
- 2016 – Ghost of the Corn Maze
- 2015 – Corn Maze of the Headless Horseman
- 2014 – “Frankenzombie”
- 2013 – “Ozmo” the Scarecrow
- 2012 – “Corn-Evil-A” the (just a little bit) Evil Witch
- 2011 – “Cornelius” the Wizard of the Corn Maze
- 2010 – Werewolf Corn Maze
- 2009 – Vampire of The Corn Maze
- 2008 – Bat Mansion Corn Maze
- 2007 – Pirates of The Corn Maze
- 2006 – Dragon Corn Maze
- 2005 – Cider & Spiders Corn Maze
Calendar of Events
Fall Season 2021:
9/16 – 9/18 Scout Weekend!
Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Brownies & Daisies get $2 off admission when you wear your uniform or show your badge
9/24 – 9/25: Ciderfest
Saturday & Sunday, Ciderfest at the Cider Mill
10/1 – 10/2: Ciderfest
Saturday & Sunday, Ciderfest at the Cider Mill
10/7 – 10/9: College weekend!!
College students receive $2 off admission when you show your student ID!
10/14 – 10/16: Community Service Weekend
As our way of saying “Thank You” to all community service workers, all teachers, firefighters, enlisted military, first responders, police officers, EMTs, nurses and doctors will receive $2 off admission to the Family Farm with a valid ID badge.
Saturday 10/15: Zombie Forest Night
6:30 pm to 10 pm. Dress up for this fun night of spooks and thrills! Live music, bonfire, hayrides and more! Bring your flashlight to go through the maze in the dark! Zombie Forest is a fundraiser for our local Paola High School Robotics group.
Saturday 10/22: Burning Scarecrow
11th Annual Burning Scarecrow Event at 7:00 pm. Live music, bonfire, hayrides and more! Bring your flashlight to go through the maze in the dark! Zombie Forest continues!!
10/28 – 10/30 Costume Weekend
Wear your Halloween costume for $2 off your admission ticket to the Family Farm.
Saturday, October 29th: Cider & Spiders, Tricks & Treats! 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
A fun-filled afternoon of trick or treating, kids music show, and a costume contest!
Dates are subject to change, please check back closer to date. Also check our Facebook page for updates.
We’re located at 14730 K68 Highway, Louisburg, KS 66053 Twenty miles south of metro Kansas City via US Hwy. 69 to the Louisburg exit (Hwy. 68), then three miles west.
Approximate Driving Distances
Overland Park, Kansas — 25 miles
Country Club Plaza Kansas City, Missouri — 29 miles
Downtown Kansas City, Missouri — 39 miles
Leawood, Kansas — 23 miles
Olathe, Kansas — 20 miles
Lenexa, Kansas — 24 miles
As always, there is no admission for the Cider Mill & Country Store as well as viewing of the apple cider pressing.
Country Store (open year round) Hours: 8am-6pm, Mon-Sat, 9am-6pm, Sundays
Frequently Asked Questions:
Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze–FAQ
Q: What should I wear to the pumpkin patch & corn maze?
A: It’s best to wear long pants and tennis shoes for your trip through the corn maze.
Q: What should I bring to the pumpkin patch & corn maze?
A: Water to stay hydrated. At night, a flashlight can be very helpful to get through the maze. Bug spray & sunblock also come in handy.
Q: What is the goal of the maze?
A: Every year we have a new game that goes along with the theme of our corn maze. Watch for more details of what the game will be for 2021!
Q: How long does it take to get through the maze?
A: It varies. If you are an advanced maze navigator and don’t participate in the game it can be done in about 20 minutes. When you do participate in the game it takes most navigators 30-45 minutes.
Q:Is there food and drink for sale at the pumpkin patch and maze?
A: Yes, there is a concession stand with food and beverage options at the maze.
Q: May we bring our own food and drink?
A: Yes! You are welcome to bring your own food and drink. We have a large picnic area for your convenience. If you would like to roast marshmallows or hot dogs at the night time bonfire please bring your own utensils.
Q: What forms of payment do you accept?
A: We accept cash, credit, and debit cards.
Q:Are dogs allowed at the pumpkin patch & maze?
A: Yes, if they are on a leash and friendly. And please clean up after your pooch!