2017 Corn Maze Directory! We’ll tell you where to go, but you gotta find your way out.
Fall activities are already in full swing! Check out this list of local(ish) corn mazes where you’ll never have so much fun getting lost! Be sure to call ahead to verify hours of operation and admission costs. Also, a note for stroller families: many mazes have uneven ground so bring your jogger if you must.
Pumpkin Valley Farm
100 Union Falls Road, Dayton ME (207) 929-4088
(Opens September 23!)
A 6-acre labyrinth of twists, turns and dead ends carved through stalks over your head! Most maze-goers spend on average an hour trying to maneuver their way out of the mind-boggling puzzle! No worries though, the maze is designed in two phases for an early exit halfway. Challenge yourself using clues and fun games to help find your way. Every year the maze has a new design. This year’s adventure is “K-9 Heroes”. Also check out their fresh kettle corn, cow train, corn cannon and the farm yard! Open weekends from mid-September through October 30 (including Monday, October 10). Saturday & Sunday 10-6pm. Cost is $9 per person (2 and under free) and includes everything on the farm including the hayride!
341 Buckfield Road, Turner ME (207) 225-5552
The Ricker Hill corn maze is designed for a family to navigate through in about a half an hour. They offer many activities, anything from a corn maze to disc golf, fresh goodies from the farm store and more! Open 7 days a week, 9:00am-6:00pm. Admission (which includes bounce house, petting zoo and more) is $9.50 for kids ages 2-12; Teens are $1 and Adults are free!
The Great Corn Maze at Zach’s Farm
7 Colby Turner Road, York ME (207) 363-4502
A 20-minute hay ride delivers you to the Great Corn Maze on 17 acres of cornfields. Open through Halloween from 11:00am-6:00pm on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. Cost is $10 for all ages, kids under 3 free. Don’t forget to check out tractor hay rides, flashlight tag and their fresh farm stand!
Coppal House Farm
118 North River Road, Lee NH (603) 659-3572
The Coppal House Farm has a 6 ½ acre cornfield professionally designed and cut and made to challenge your navigational abilities. This year’s theme is a Toad Maze and there will be 3 mazes to explore! Check out their exclusive flashlight mazes. The maze is open from Labor Day to the end of October, Monday through Friday 12:00pm-5:00pm and Saturday & Sunday 10:00am-5:00pm. Cost: $9 for adults, $7 for children and seniors, kids under 5 are free.
Route 4, Durham NH (603) 742-8495
The Emery Farm is a small family-owned facility right off of Route 4 in Durham. Make your way through their tricky corn maze decorated in the Emery Farm theme of All about Corn! Prices are $4 per person, 2 and under free. Don’t forget to check out their hayride on Saturdays and Sundays from 12:00pm-4:00pm starting in late September, their small barn of animals and inside farm stand for some fresh produce. Yum! Corn maze and farm stand open daily 9:00am-6:00pm.
69 Portsmouth Avenue (Route 108), Stratham NH (603) 686-1258
Nestled in the heart of Stratham, their 300 acre farm offers an abundance of home grown products for you to enjoy! Come explore over 6 acres of twists and turns in our corn maze. Each year they have a new design and a game inside of the maze to make it more fun and encourage visitors to cover all of the possible paths. With stalks growing up to 12 feet tall, it makes the maze more difficult and the experience better. Open from Wednesday-Friday 12pm-5pm and weekends 10am-5pm, their corn maze offers six acres of twists and turns through their new geometrical design. Cost: $9 for adults 12 and up; $7 for kids 5-12; kids under 5 free.
2679 East Conway Road, East Conway NH (603) 939-2412
Join Sherman Farm as they offer the Farm Scene Investigation corn maze! Admission includes the new “Jumping Pillow”, rides on the “Grain Train”, “Moo Express” and hayrides to the pumpkin patch. Open Saturdays and Sundays, 10:00am-5:00pm through 10/29; Cost $11; children 2 and under FREE. Click here for information on their themed weekend maize events including hayrides, petting zoo, jumping pillow and more!
Did we miss any? Let us know your favorite and we’ll add it to our list!