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Corn Mazes in New England

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by in Sep 2009
Corn Mazes in New England
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Have you been to a corn maze? Bring a sense of adventure and get ready to laugh, scream, and have fun at these New England fall farm features.

Visit, for example, Marini Farms in Ipswich, Massachusetts, where an 8-acre, interactive Maze Quest opens with clues via 3-D glasses and text messages. The maze takes about 3 hours to complete and is especially challenging on “flashlight nights.”

As with many of the mazes on our list, you’ll also find scarecrows, pumpkins, and hay rides.

Connecticut Corn Mazes

Foster Family Farm
90 Foster Street
South Windsor, CT

Lyman Orchards
Junction of Routes 147 and 157
Middlefield, CT

Plasko’s Farm
670 Daniels Farm Road
Trumbull, CT

Maine Corn Mazes

Pumpkin Valley Farm
135 Anderson Road
Dayton, ME

Ricker Hill Orchards
Route 117
Turner, ME

Massachusetts Corn Mazes

Connors Farm
30 Valley Road (Rt. 35)
Danvers, MA
tel 978-777-1245

Davis’ Mega Maze
145 Redstone Hill
Sterling, MA

Marini Farm
227 Linebrook Road
Ipswich, MA

Mike’s Maze
25 South Main Street
Sunderland, MA

Rolling Acres
53 Pleasant St.
Southampton, MA 01073

New Hampshire Corn Mazes

Beans and Greens Farm
Route 11B
Gilford, NH

Beech Hill Farm
107 Beech Hill Road
Hopkinton, NH

Rhode Island Corn Mazes

Escobar’s Highland Farm
133 Middle Road
Portsmouth, RI

Vermont Corn Mazes

The Great Vermont Corn Maze
1404 Wheelock Road
Danville, VT


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3 Responses to Corn Mazes in New England

  1. Jacki Ambrozaitis September 1, 2009 at 11:48 am #

    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.

  2. chris romano September 5, 2009 at 10:27 am #

    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.

  3. Rachel Kipka October 5, 2011 at 4:02 pm #

    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.

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