Explore 200-acre the Treinen Farm nestled in the beautiful driftless area of Wisconsin near Lodi (just 20 miles north of Madison). The Treinen Farm is third generation real Wisconsin family farm. Challenge yourself, friends and family to Wisconsin’s largest corn maze and search for the perfect pumpkin in our ten-acre pumpkin patch, with hayride provided by our gentle draft horses.
Wisconsin’s largest corn maze, horse drawn wagon rides to the pumpkin patch, tube slide, corn sandbox, tractor tire playground, mini-maze, pumpkin slingshot, farm animals, fall produce, parties, weddings.
Bring your family or group out to see a real working farm, and enjoy the beautiful countryside. Show the kids how corn grows, what real farm animals look like, and have a picnic in the quiet Wisconsin countryside. Take the corn maze challenge, or look for the perfect pumpkin after your horse drawn wagon ride. Come visit us on weekends August through October, or call anytime for a private group outing.
Get lost in Treinen Farm's 15-acre Corn Maze with this year themed as a castle. Challenge yourself through the big maze, small dragon and knight maze and afterwards take a horse drawn wagon ride through the countryside. The Corn Maze is open every weekend through November 11, on Fridays from 5-9 p.m., Saturdays from 11a.m.-9 p.m., and Sundays from 11a.m.-5p.m. Visit Treinen's Web site for complete information and other farm activities and connects to family, friends, the land, and Wisconsin’s farming heritage.
Location and Direction:
From the west side of Madison/Middleton, take Highway 12 west toward Sauk City. Turn north (right) on Highway P. Follow P about 7 miles to Highway 113. Turn left on 113, go into Lodi and stop at 4-way stop sign in the downtown. Turn left (west) onto Highway 60, and go five miles. The Treinen Farm is on the right, just after Reynolds Road.
From Sauk City/Prairie du Sac take Hwy. 60 east across the Wisconsin River, go approximately five miles.
Treinen Farm Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch
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