The Fox and the Grapes 2015 Maze

The most challenging, most awe-inspiring cornfield maze in the Midwest


Horse-drawn Wagon Rides the Treinen Farm gentle giant draft horses

Hayrides and Horses

14 acres of pumpkins

More than 15 varieties, from midgets to giants, for carving, decorating, and cooking

Pumpkin Patch


Rope a steer, climb a spider web, slide down a mountain...

Fun stuff for little kids

Bring your group

Find out about about group rates for field trips, corporate events, team-building excursions, and parties


Treinen Farm Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch

Get lost here


Fun, fun, fun

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Corn Maze

Miles and miles of twisty trails in ten-foot-high corn.  Challenge yourself to navigate the diabolically awesome 15 acre maze. Piece together your map-puzzle to find your way out–prizes for finding the SECRET locations!



Bring a picnic or try our fall food vendors. Explore the scenic fields and barns. Visit friendly farm animals. Take lots of pictures!


Horses and Hayrides

Ride in a real hay wagon drawn by a team of our massive but gentle draft horses.


Pumpkin patch

Big, little, wide, tall pumpkins.  The perfect pumpkin is waiting for you.


Ways to Play

Climb, crawl and slide at Molehill Mountain. Try your hand at the milking and roping games. Slingshot pumpkins into the pond. Climb Jacob’s Ladder. Spend the day playing.



Pretend to desire to eat brains. Pretend to be scared. Or pretend that you’re not scared. Zompocalypse is the lurching, moaning event of the season.



Bonfire + s’mores + Laughing with family and friends = Great Day (or Night) at the Farm



The only thing more fun than getting lost by yourself is getting lost with a bunch of other people who should have eaten before they left.


Field trips

Tell those kids to get lost. Give them a flag to prove you don’t mean it.

Scarecrow Picture

Coming Up

Author Visit : Lucy Sanna, author of The Cherry Harvest

Thursday August 27, 2015 7 pm– Did you know that there were thousands of German POWs held in Wisconsin during WWII? The Lodi fairgrounds housed POWS in 1944 and 1945–strange but true.
Lucy will be leading a discussion about WWII POWs and her new book, The Cherry Harvest. Bring your stories! Her novel is a great read, and it’s set in Door County, WI. Lucy will have books for sale and will sign copies also. Bring your book club, or just bring yourself for this informal evening event.


A-Mazeing Day for Autism

Saturday, September 26, 2015 12- 5pm Celebrate the good work of the Autism Society of South Central Wisconsin at this annual event.  The Treinen Farm will donate a portion of proceeds that day to supporting the Autism Society’s mission to improve the lives of Wisconsin individuals and families affected by autism spectrum disorders.  Visit The Autism Society of South Central Wisconsin website for details.

Lodi Pride Community Day at the Maze

Sunday, September 27, 2015 Details at Lodi Community Action Team calendar


Saturday, October 24, 2015 7pm to midnight Experience an evening dedicated to all things zombie. Come in costume, and enjoy the simple pleasures of shambling, moaning, and terrifying human survivors.  Music, zombie-themed entertainment, costume and trivia contests, food, bonfires, getting lost in a zombie-infested cornfield are among the terrors that await you. (Read more…)

(Click here  ☞)  Treinen Farm in the news

Seasonal scoreboard


located all maze secret locations


ate too much kettle corn


found perfect pumpkin


Happy Smiles


Getting ready for fall

The Treinen household is always a little crazy at this time of the year. Like any family with kids, there’s the back-to-school conversations (what do you need for school supplies, what teachers do you have, do you really need new soccer cleats and when will you... read more

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