The Treinen Farm is a third generation farm located just five miles west of Lodi, Wisconsin. This 200-acre farm produces hay, corn, soybeans, free-range chickens, beef, pork, and of course the popular corn maze and pumpkin patch.
The Treinen Farm welcomes thousands of visitors each year to their property. People from all over come to see the corn maze, but when they get to the farm, they find it has much more to offer.
Here are some of the attractions you will find:
Corn Maze - Wisconsin 's largest corn maze, the Treinen Farm has dedicated 15 acres for this interactive attraction. That is equivalent to 14 and1/2 football fields!
The corn maze is an adventure and a game where the whole family can participate. Challenge yourself and see if you can find all of the secret locations in the maze. With over 4 miles of twists and turns, your journey through the maze will take time, but if you are persistent, you will get out. Each year the Treinen family decides on a new maze for the public to enjoy. Just look at the 2009 maze shown here. It is a work of art.
Pumpkin Patch - Your search for the perfect pumpkin begins with a hayride provided by Belgian draft horses. The horses take you to the thirteen-acre pumpkin patch. You can pick your own pumpkin! There are so many options. The farm has over 15 varieties of pumpkins from itty bitty to giant sized ones!
Pumpkin Slingshot - Shoot pumpkins and gourds over the pond in this addictive challenge.
Barnyard Animals - Meet the farm goats, sheep, llama, and chickens in the barnyard.
Tractor Tire Playground - Climb, crawl, hide, and play in this unique activity area.
Corny Fun House - Try the tube slide and the corn "sandbox"
You stay would not be complete without some yummy treats like Carmel Apples, Apple Cider and Pumpkin Donuts. Everyone loves visiting the farm in the fall.
Before you end your day at the farm, be sure to pick up some fresh produce for the trip home.
Treinen Farm has something for everyone.
Look at all the other mazes that the farm has produced by visiting the Treinen Farm web site.