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 the best ones to tackle. It’s a big list, but we think so much hard work goes into making the mazes each year it’s fair to say they all deserve to be called “the best.” Many of the farms and orchards featured here 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.
Foster Family Farm | South Windsor, CT
Two corn mazes spanning 8 acres of land and 4 miles of trails.
Lyman Orchards | Middlefield, CT
With 4 acres with 2 miles of trails. $1.00 of every ticket is donated to the American Cancer Society.
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.
Thunder Road Farm | Corrina, ME
Offering a shorter, kid-friendly option along with a longer route, this corn maze is a family favorite. There’s a jumping pillow and wagon rides, too.
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!
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!
Marini Farm | Ipswich, 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!
Mike’s Maze | Sunderland, MA
At night, there’s a Haunted Maze for bigger thrill-seekers.
Sauchuk Farms | Plympton, MA
Includes hayrides to the pumpkin patch, jumping pillows, and corn cannons to keep the fun going.
Coppal House Farm | Lee, NH
Don’t forget to pick a pumpkin to bring home!
Sherman Farm | Conway, NH
A 12-acre maze (open weekends only) plus a jumping pillow, hayrides to the pumpkin patch, corn cannons, cider donuts, and kettle corn.
Clark Farm | Wakefield, RI
Featuring over two miles of family-friendly trails, plus corn cannons, hayrides, and a petting zoo.
Escobar’s Highland Farm | Portsmouth, RI
Don’t miss the pumpkin patch and hayrides, too.
Great Vermont Corn Maze | Danville, VT
Covering 10 acres with 3 miles of trails that weave between corn stalks that tower up to 12 feet tall.
Gaines Farm | Guilford, VT
Don’t miss the Twilight Walk, Haunted Hayride, or Haunted Maze nights if you like things a little more on the spooky side!
Hathaway Farm | Rutland, VT
Declaring themselves “the largest corn maze in Vermont,” the folks at Hathaway Farm boast 12 acres and miles of pathways.
What tops your list of the best corn mazes in New England?
This post was first published in 2013 and has been updated.