Echo Corn Maze & Pumpkin PatchSept. 29th - Oct. 29th, 2023
We welcome you to wander through our 8 acre large corn maze, pumpkin patch, mini-maze, or straw bale maze for the little ones. Play in the corn crib, ride the tractor-pulled carts, brave the zip line, and share a warm cup of cocoa by our fire pits. This fall, make memories at this family-owned and operated farm. Located in the charming, historic town of Echo, Oregon.
Ways to Enjoy
Bring your family and make memories, book a field trip, book a group, or host an employee / customer appreciation night at the corn maze.
Echo, OR is a small town but not a small time. Enjoy two local wineries and tasting rooms Sno Road Winery and Echo Ridge Cellars, H&P Cafe, Echo Hills Golf Club, Echo Meadows historic trail, not to mention the historic downtown.
Fridays: 2pm – 10pm
Saturdays: 11am – 10pm
Sunday: 11am – 6pm
300 N. Dupont St.
Echo, OR 97826
Located in Eastern, OR, Umatilla County
Easy access just
1.5 Miles off I-84
13 min from Hermiston
25 mins from Boardman
25 mins from Pendleton
45 min from Kennewick
1 hour from Walla Walla
1 hour from La Grande
Ages 2 & under FREE
Ages 3 & up- $10
All Day Pass – $12
*The All Day Pass allows you to leave the Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch to check out charming, historic Echo, its restaurants and wineries, to return for more fun later that same day.
Field of Screams Corn Maze- $12.00 includes General Admission features
Cash preferred. We do accept all major debit/credit cards.
General Admission Includes:
8 Acre Large Corn Maze
Straw Bale Maze
Hay Bale Pyramid
Other ticketed attractions:
Kiddie Carts, Zip Line $1/ per person/ ride
Rent a Fire Pit
Get cozy around our fire pits (wood provided). Create lasting memories and fall tradition. Great for youth groups, families, team building, church groups or just for fun. Enjoy a fun evening around the camp fire roasting marshmallows and relaxing while we take care of the fire.
Field of Screams
The fading evening light transforms our Mini Maze into a haunted corn maze! You can try it several times if you dare, the scare changes each time. Come early and enjoy all the activities including food trucks on site.
Acres of Maze to Explore
Visitors Every Year
Varieties of Suflowers
The Echo Corn Maze is a great, place to spend a low-key family evening. You can walk through the pumpkin patch and let the kids pick their own Halloween pumpkins, something that I remember as a kid but haven't been able to do since. The corn maze is excellent and for those adventurous enough, can be done in the dark for the full experience!
– Steve Lawn Jr, 5-Star Google Review
I loved this experience, The haunted Maze was terrifying and the normal maze was confusing! They had a zip line and a pyramid of hay bales.
– Josilynn Dyer, 5-Star Google Review
Holy Moly this was so much fun and very reasonable. Yes I ended up getting the heck scared out of me 😂🤣 and about ripped my friends arm out of socket taking her with me to run whether she needed to or not 😂🤣. Thank you for the fun memories we made last night and oh my gosh the Italian Sodas were wonderful even on a cold night.
– Lana Meacham, 5-Star Google Review
Fun experience with my family. There is something for all ages. Will want to make this an annual fall activity
– Jake Benales, 5-Star Google Review
Antiques & Espresso Downtown Echo, OR
Visit our antique shop at 201 W Main St in downtown Echo. Regular hours Friday – Saturday 6:30am – 4pm. Shop a variety of furniture, art, antiques, and more. Grab an espresso, cinnnamon roll, chai tea, energy drink, or tea.
29th April 2023, 9am – 2pm
Spring Into Echo
Features over 30 vendors. Maps are available at Buttercreek Coffee House, H&P, and Wild Bleu Yonder. The 2023 Spring Into Echo City Wide Yard Sale & Flea Market will be held April 29th, 2023.