Best Corn Mazes in New England

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If you look forward to making your way through a corn maze each fall, here’s a list of the best corn mazes in New England from Maine to Rhode Island.

It’s that time of year again! If you look forward to making your way through a corn maze each fall, here’s a list of worthy mazes to tackle. It’s a big list, but we think so much hard work goes into making the mazes each year’s it’s fair to say they all deserve to be called “the best!”

Best Corn Mazes in New England

Best Corn Mazes in New England

Many of the farms and orchards also offer additional family activities like pumpkin and apple picking, cider donuts, farm animals, corn cannons, “night mazes,” and more. Visit the individual maze websites or call ahead to check about additional offerings, hours of operation, and rates.

If we missed your favorite maze tell us in the comment section below!


Ekonk Hill Turkey Farm – Moosup, CT
Travel through miles of paths, relax on the hayride and visit the animals in the barnyard.
277 Ekonk Hill Road.

Foster Family Farm – South Windsor, CT
Two corn mazes (this year’s theme is Peter Pan) spanning 8 acres of land and 4 miles of trails.
90 Foster Street. 860-648-9366.

Lyman Orchards – Middlefield, CT
This year’s maze features PEZ Candy, and is 4 acres with 2 miles of trails. $1.00 of every ticket is donated to the Pediatric Cancer Unit of Connecticut Children’s Medical Center.
32 Reeds Gap Road. 860-349-1793.

Plasko’s Farm – Trumbull, CT
Spanning 4 acres and over 1.5 miles of pathways among 10 foot tall corn, the maze at Plasko’s is a family favorite. $1.00 of every ticket is donated to charity.
670 Daniels Farm Road. 203-268-2716.

Preston Farms – Preston, CT
This maze includes 16 stamping stations to find (or not) and 3-5 miles to trek while enjoying this year’s maze theme: The Legend of Sleepy Hollow!
92 Route 2. 860-886-6293.


Thunder Road Farm – Corrina, ME
This year’s maze design celebrates our furry friends with a “Support Your Local Animal Shelters” theme!
178 Newport Road. 207-278-2676.

Pumpkin Valley Farm – Dayton, ME
Enjoy a 6-acre maze, take a hayride to the pumpkin patch, feed the farm animals, launch an ear of corn, try the jumping pillow, and more!
100 Union Falls Road. 207-929-4088.


Davis Mega Maze – Sterling, MA
The ultimate maze! With 8 acres of corn and almost 3 miles of paths, the maze at Davis Farmland keeps things extra interesting with  7 Extreme Mazing Levels that let you choose your maze intensity. There’s also zip lining, special Fright Nights, and more!
145 Redstone Hill. 978-422-8888.

Marini Farm – Ipswitch, MA
Ten miles of pathways weave among 8 acres of corn at Marini Farm, where the maze is both interactive and educational. Don’t miss the weekend flashlight nights!
259 Linebrook Road. 978-238-9386.

Mike’s Maze – Sunderland, MA
Yankee honored Mike’s Maze with a “Best Bargain” pick in 2009, and it’s still a favorite today (and still the same rate!). This year’s unique design is a tribute to Alice in “Sunderland,” and at night, there’s a Haunted Maze for bigger thrill-seekers.
23 South Main Street. 413-665-8331.

Sauchuk Farms – Plympton, MA
This year’s maze marks the 50th anniversary of Star Trek, but there are also hayrides to the pumpkin patch, jumping pillows, and corn cannons to keep the fun going.
53 Palmer Road. 781-585-1522.


Beans and Greens Farm – Gilford, NH
Take on the farm’s annual corn maze during the day or try your luck at night during the weekends, where the paths get spookier at Halloween draws near.
245 Intervale Road. 603-293-2853.

Coppal House Farm – Lee, NH
With three designs for 2016 featuring flowers, bees, and honeycombs, a visit will send you searching among 10-foot tall ears of corn. Don’t forget to pick a pumpkin to bring home!
118 North River Road. 603-659-3572.

Sherman Farm – Conway, NH
This year Sherman Farm’s 12-acre maze (open weekends only) celebrates an “Alice in Farmland” theme. There’s also a jumping pillow, hayrides to the pumpkin patch, corn cannons, cider donuts, and kettle corn.
679 East Conway Road. 603-939-2412.


Clark Farm – Wakefield, RI
Family fun at Clark Farm this year includes a dinosaur corn maze theme.
2984 Comd. Oliver Hazard Perry Hwy. 401-783-1331.

Escobar’s Highland Farm – Portsmouth, RI
Spanning 8 acres, the maze this year at Escobar’s Highland Farm features a PawSox theme! Don’t miss the pumpkin patch and hayrides, too.
133 Middle Road. 401-683-1444.


Great Vermont Corn Maze – Danville, VT
This year’s theme is “Native Vermont,” covering 10 acres with 3 miles of trails that weave between corn stalks that tower up to 12 feet tall.
1404 Wheelock Road. 802-748-7399.

Gaines Farm – Guilford, VT
Dinosaurs comes to Guilford at this year’s 7-acre corn maze. Don’t miss the Twilight Walk, Haunted Hayride, or Haunted Maze nights if you like things a little more on the spooky side!
6343 Coolidge Highway. 802-257-0409.

Hathaway Farm – Rutland, VT
Declaring themselves “the largest corn maze in Vermont,” the folks at Hathaway Farm boast 12 acres and miles of pathways in this year’s maze, an ode to Animals Under the Sea!
741 Prospect Hill Road. 802-775-2624.


What are your picks for the best corn mazes in New England?

  • Jennifer

    You missed the best one, Preston Farms in CT! Over 7 acres and we’re there over two hours every year trying to find all the stampking stations. A great time for everyone, and if you find all 16 stamps, there’s a prize at the end. Hours of fun for our whole family, an annual must-do on our list!

  • Doreen

    There is a spectacular corn maze in Southampton MA. The name of it Rolling Acres Corn Maze. They also have a Jumping Pillow and a new Zombie Paintball Hayride.

  • A favorite each and every fall in Plympton, Massachusetts. Hayrides, Grain Train rides, corn maze, punchin pumpkin, and other attractions. Fun, educational and affordable.


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