Largest Corn Maze in Vermont
741 Prospect Hill Road
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You missed the BEST one we have ever been to! Hathaway Corn Maze on Hathaway Farm does an incredible job of getting us lost every year! The first time we ever visited, I told my husband, “Let’s just walk around for a little longer to entertain the kids”. Let me tell you! What a challenge when we decided we were going to try to ‘get out’. They also have a wonderful petting zoo and a separate maze for the little ones. The farmers who own and run the corn maze are really helpful and friendly too! It is really easy to get to, right off of Route 7 in Rutland.
Another great maze in Massachusetts is at Sauchuk Farm in Plympton MA. A different theme every year, it’s worth a visit!Visit the website for a preview of this years maze and a look at previous years.
Also, Washburn’s Windy HIll Orchard, 66 Mason Road, Greenville, NH. We bring our kids to visit the corn maze every year. It is so much fun. http://www.washburnswindyhillorchard.com/Corn_Maze.html
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