The corn throughout the Midwest is tall and looking good and it's time to take a stroll through a good maze. The stalks at the Heartland Country Corn Maze are ready to provide some fall fun for you and your family.

Just Southeast of Harrisburg, South Dakota, the Heartland Country Corn Maze offers a great experience with shade tent seating for 40 and an on-site concession barn. There are restrooms on-site also. The 2023 season runs from August 11 through October 22, 2023.

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If you're up for a spooky challenge you can check out the maze after sunsets and navigate through 11 acres with just the moon to guide you. But make sure to bring your flashlights.

Heartland Country Haunted Corn Maze

Speaking of spooky, the Heartland Country Haunted Corn Maze is ready for some Halloween fun for you and your family. The Haunted Maze happens on Friday, October 27, and Saturday, October 28, from 6:00 PM until 9:30 PM.

The 2022 Heartland Corn Maze is Open from August 11 through October 22, 2023.


  • Friday 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Saturday 12:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Sunday 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM


  • $8.00
  • Child (5-10): $5.00
  • Kids 4 and under: FREE

Haunted Maze:

  • Admission: $10
  • Child (10 & under): $7

One more thing, take cash or cards are a no-no out there.

Heartland Country Corn Maze Location:

27455 SD Hwy 11, Harrisburg, SD 57032 - 2.5 miles East of Harrisburg, SD, then 1.5 miles South on SD Hwy. 11

See Our Scary Adventure in the Haunted Heartland Country Corn Maze

Here are a few of the characters we encountered on our haunted hike through the corn...

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