Our Trip To Rolling Acres Corn Maze

Yesterday, we spent part of our day at Rolling Acres Corn Maze in Leetonia, Ohio. It is just over an hour away from both the Pittsburgh and Akron/Canton areas. Even if your not familiar with the area, you’ll find Rolling Acres easily with the address on their website and it is worth the drive!

We started off our afternoon with the corn maze. This is a family run business and everyone is super friendly! They let us know which maze we should start off with based on our daughters age and gave us some information to help get us through. The maze is typically $10 a person, but since it is opening weekend, they had a $8 per person special. Our two year old was free. They run specials throughout the season so check their website and Facebook page before you go! The beautifully designed field had three different mazes inside. Each one had a different level of difficulty. The goal was to find each checkpoint and solve a puzzle. We did not find every check point, but we were just happy to have found our way back out! My toddler had an amazing time navigating through the corn. You can go in and out of the maze all day, so there is no rush to get it done all at once.

After we were done with the maze, we were really hungry! They have two concession stands. We got a bucket of fries and a really unique refillable cup.

They also had hot sausage, philly steak sandwiches, elephant ears, and more!

In addition to the maze, Rolling acres also offers tons of other things to do! A hayride and either a barrel train ride ticket or a zip line ticket comes with each maze admission. The zip line is new this year and looks like a blast, but since we are both on the fluffy side, we skipped it.

They have several fun games set up for families to enjoy as well as some very nice play areas. Our toddler loved sliding down a giant pipe and playing in the corn pit. They also have a small wooden maze for little ones.

This was our first trip of the year, but it will not be our last! We had such an amazing time. If you are looking for a new fall tradition, you do not want to miss Rolling Acres Corn Maze.

We’d love to hear from you! Have you ever been to a corn maze? Did you enjoy it? What is on your fall bucket list?

14 responses to “Our Trip To Rolling Acres Corn Maze”

  1. This sounds so fun. I need to add “Corn Maze” to my fall bucket list for the family! Thanks.

  2. This looks like such a fun place to go! There’s a corn maze near me, but we’ve still never been…

    1. We have only been to one other before this and it was years ago! We are glad we gave it a try!

  3. It looks like you guys had a lot of fun there! Corn Maze seems a perfect place to visit with family

  4. This post just screams FALL! And REALLY makes me want to hit up pumpkin patches and hay rides and such… Especially with my son. I feel like he would LOVE it!!!

    1. We have so much more fall fun on our list! My daughter has always loved pumpkin patches and farms during the fall.

  5. I have never been to a corn maze, but this looks like so much fun! I think there’s a farm near us that does one every year, so I’ll have to check it out. I bet my boys would love it!

    1. My toddler had a blast. She really had no understanding that the goal was to finish a puzzle, but she liked hanging out on the corn.

  6. Ooooo how fun!!! The pumpkin patch near our house has a corn maze. We do it every year and have a blast

  7. My kids would have loved this when they were younger. I love trying new adventures that draw me in for another visit.

  8. I have never been to a corn maze! I hope to make it to one this year.

  9. This sounds great! Love the sound of the maze!! And the giant game is fab!

    1. The handmade giant games are so much fun!

  10. I haven’t been to a corn maze in decades, but my hubby has taken our girls to ones near our home. Maybe this year Mama can get in on the fun, too!

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