It's that time of year again, Fall is finally here and Halloween is just around the corner. If you're looking for something to do with the family why not hit the pumpkin patches and corn mazes for some Fall fun. Oklahoma has several corn mazes and pumpkin patches and a lot of them are close to Lawton, Fort Sill.

You could load up the car and hit the road for a quick getaway or stay-cation. Most of the corn mazes and pumpkins patches listed below are open for the season or will be open this weekend on Saturday (10-02-21). Not only corn mazes, but most of them also have all kinds of other cool stuff to do and for all ages.

P Bar Farms Corn Maze in Hydro, OK.

It's only a short hour and twenty minutes away from Lawton, Fort Sill in Hydro, OK. The P Bar Farms Corn Maze has a little bit of everything. Of course, they have a corn maze but they also have train rides, a petting zoo, and more. For more information visit the official website, or check them out on Facebook.

Parkhurst Pumpkin Patch Edmond, OK.

Just a short hour and forty-five-minute drive from Lawton, Fort Sill in Edmond, OK. you'll find Parkhurst Pumpkin Patch. They have a corn and hay maze you can explore along with pony rides, a petting zoo, picnic areas, hay forts and hayrides. Get all the details by visiting their official website or their Facebook page.

Sunshine Shelly's Pumpkin Patch in Shawnee, OK.

Another corn maze that's only an hour and forty-five-minutes away from Lawton, Fort Sill is the Sunshine Shelly's Pumpkin Patch in Shawnee, OK. You'll find a huge corn maze, hayrides, corn pits, kiddie maze, and a fifteen-acre pumpkin patch that you can pick your own pumpkin in. Check them out on Facebook.

DaZe in a MaZe in Marshall, OK.

If you're looking for some Fall family fun just a short two hours away from Lawton, Fort Sill head to DaZe in a MaZe in Marshall, OK. They have a corn maze, petting zoo and all kinds of other activities the entire family will enjoy. Get all the details on their official website or visit their Facebook Page for more information.

Annabelle's Fun Farm in Welch, OK.

This one is a little further away but well worth the drive. It's about four hours away from Lawton, Fort Sill. If you get the chance visit Annabelle's Fun Farm in Welch, OK. They have a pumpkin patch, corn maze, and other Fall family fun. For more information go to their official website or check them out on Facebook.

Red River Pumpkin Patch in Davidson, OK.

This one is really close by, just an hour from Lawton, Fort Sill. The Red River Pumpkin Patch in Davidson, OK. is a great place to find some Fall fun. They've got a corn maze, a haunted corn maze, pumpkin patch, petting zoo, and more. If you're interested visit the official website or go to their Facebook page.

Orr Family Farm Oklahoma City, OK.

This place has it all including Cannon Blasters and Zombie Apocalypse Paintball! The Orr Family Farm is located in Oklahoma City, OK. just a short drive from Lawton, Fort Sill. They have a Fall Maze, petting zoo, train rides, and more. Go to the official website for details or visit them on Facebook.

3B Brown Ranch Hay Maze in Ardmore, OK.

Located in nearby Ardmore, OK. the 3B Brown Ranch has one of the largest hay mazes in Oklahoma. It's just a short hour and a half away from Lawton, Fort Sill, and has all kinds of Fall family fun. From hayrides to hay mazes and more. For details visit their official website or check them out on Facebook.

Rustic Acres Farm in Okemah, OK.

Another short two-hour drive from Lawton, Fort Sill in Okemah, OK. you'll find the Rustic Acres Farm. They have a really cool terror corn maze, haunted attraction. They also have tons of farm-fresh veggies and a pumpkin patch. For more information go to the official Rustic Acres Farm Facebook page.

Those are just a few of the corn mazes and pumpkin patches we have in Oklahoma. You could spend the entire month visiting each one. Luckily most of them are really close to Lawton, Fort Sill, and just an hour or two away. While I do enjoy all the haunted houses and attractions this time of year, it's nice to have things the whole family can be a part of.  The family and I are planning to take a short trip and check some of these out during Fall break. Any of them would make a great getaway or weekend stay-cation.

If you're into the haunted attractions and scream parks the Trail of Fear in Lawton is opening for the season this weekend. Their first day is this Friday (10-01-21). Trail of Fear is the biggest haunted attraction in Oklahoma and has been repeatedly voted the #1 haunted attraction in the entire state. We're lucky it's right here in our backyard. You can pre-order tickets to their haunted attractions: The Hackensaw Haunted Hayride and Camp Twisty. They also have escape rooms: Curse of the Black Swan and Cooper Groves Crypt. Not only haunted attractions and escape rooms, this year Trail of Fear will host Evil Dead the Musical!

The Beauty Of Southwest Oklahoma

Too many people spend too much time complaining about being in Southwest Oklahoma. If only they'd shut their mouths and open their eyes from time to time, then they'd see the true beauty of this place.

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