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Corn Mazes in Northern New England
Maine | New Hampshire | Vermont

By Marcia Passos Duffy

The first time our family went into a corn maze, we looked at each other and
said, “ha, we’ll be out of here in a half hour.”  Well, it was “a-mazing” how
challenging and disorienting (but fun!) a corn maze can be.  I think it took us
about two hours to find our way out (but we got out!)  But we had a lot of
laughs (and became quite humbled about our presumed "great" sense of
direction!)

These corn labyrinths are great fun and each are unique – some have treasure
hunt games (which provide guideposts) to help you find your way through,
and most are now professionally designed by corn maze artists.  

If you’re going to visit a corn maze, be prepared with plenty of water and even
some snacks and give it at least a couple of hours to go through the entire
maze (many mazes do have “escape routes” in case you get a cranky child or
have to go to the bathroom!)

Here are some corn mazes you’ll want to visit if you’re in Maine, New
Hampshire or Vermont.  Call ahead of time to make sure they are open the day
you want to go (some do close in rainy weather).  Most are open from about
August until mid-October.  Note that most corn maze admittances close one
hour before the actual closing time.  

Maine Corn Mazes

Pumpkin Valley Farm Corn Maze
135 Anderson Road
Dayton, Maine
207-929-4088

Open: Late September and runs until last October.
Days/Hours: Fridays 11-4 pm Saturdays and Sundays from 10am-6pm
Open Columbus Day, 10am-6pm.  No pets. Closes in rain.
Admission Fee: Please call.

Farm’s Other Attractions: A corn launcher (see how far you can launch an ear
of corn), tire pyramid, kiddie play area, animal barnyard, slide tunnel swings,
cow train ($1.00 per person), play area/picnic tables. Light Refreshments &
water fall decorative items for sale (pumpkins, cornstalks, straw, gourds and
more).

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Ricker Hill Orchards Corn Maze
Route 117
Turner, Maine
(207) 225-3455

Open: Early September to the 1st of November.  Call for hours.
Admission Fee: Day pass allows you to go through maze as many times as you
want.  Call for prices.

Farm’s Other Attractions: Bakery, farm market and store (vegetables, organic
and IPM grown fruit, petting zoo, hiking and biking trails, pick-your-own-
apples and pumpkins, obstacle course, mini golf, mini train ride, apple sling
shot, disc golf, self-guided cranberry bog tours, stocked rainbow trout fishing
ponds.

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Thunder Road Farm Corn Maze
185 Newport Rd. Rt. 7/11
Corinna, Maine 04928
(207) 278-3708

Open: August 19, 2006 to October 29, 2006
Days/Hours: Monday through Friday, 12 p.m. to 6 p.m., group appointments
available.  Saturday & Sunday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.  Last entrance is 1 hour before
closing.  Night maze in late October, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. (please call for this year’
s dates)
Admission Fee: Adults 60+ $5; Adults 13-59 $7; Children 6-12 $4; Children 3-5
$2; Children under 2 are free.  Group rates available.

Farm’s Other Attractions: Pick-your-own pumpkin (all pumpkins $2.50 each),
cow train ($1 per person), night maze, picnic tables.

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Zach's Farm Corn Maze
7 Colby Turner Rd
York, ME 03909
(603) 205-1456

Open: August through Halloween.
Days/Hours: Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, noon to 6 pm through
Halloween. You can play "flashlight tag" inside the maze from 7 pm to 10 pm
on Fridays and Saturdays.

Farm’s Other Attractions: In addition to the maze, the farm offers tractor-pulled
hayrides to a field for pick-your-own pumpkins, hay-bale playground,
popcorn, drinks, and farm-grown produce for sale.







New Hampshire Corn Mazes

Beans and Greens Farm Corn Maze
Route 11B
Gilford, New Hampshire
(603) 293-2853

Open: Please call for opening date.
Days/Hours: Daily 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Friday & Saturday night 8-10 pm
Admission Fee: Please call.

Farm’s Other Attractions: Bakery and farm goods for sale, barnyard animals,
pick-your-own pumpkins.

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Beech Hill Farm Corn Maze
107 Beech Hill Road
Hopkinton, New Hampshire
(603) 223-0828

Three corn mazes to choose from.  

Open: Summer, From 11:00 a.m. until dusk through Halloween.
Admission Fee: $5.00 for all three mazes or one maze for $3.00 per person  
School and organization discounts available.

Farm’s Other Attractions:  Ice cream barn, gardener’s barn, farm museum,
picnic area, and pavilion for group gatherings.

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Coppal House Corn Maze & Farm
118 North River Road (Route 155)
Lee, NH 03824
603-659-3572

Open:  August through the first weekend in November
Days/Hours:  W-F 12-6pm; Sat. & Sun. 10 am - 6 pm
Admission:  $7/adults, $5/senior or youth.   Kids 5 & under are free.  Check
out our website for special events.
Other attractions:  Farmstand, barns, picnic area.  Great for schools & groups.  
Fall time hayrides, winter time sleigh rides.







Vermont Corn Mazes

The Great Vermont Corn Maze
1404 Wheelock Road
Danville, Vermont
(802) 748-1399

10 acre corn maze, plus “Miney’s Maze” a smaller maze for very young children.  

Open: Mid-July to end of October. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. (July, August &
September), 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (October).
Admission Fee: Adults (anyone over 15) $9; Child (4-14) $7; Child 3 and under
free.  Senior citizens (62+) $7.

Other Attractions on the Farm: A barnyard nature center, spooky maze nights,
and barnyard golf (some are priced separately, see Web site for details).

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The Corn Maze at Sam Mazza’s
S. Mazza Farmstand & Greenhouse, Inc
277 Lavigne Rd.
Colchester, Vermont 05446
(802) 655-3440

A 2.5 mile maze built in the likeness of farm animals.

Open: August through October.
Days/Hours: Sunday - Thursday: 10am to 6pm; Friday & Saturday: 10am to
10pm
Admission Fees: Adults (12 & up) $5.00; Children up to 12 $3.00; Groups of 20
or more $4.00 each (must call to schedule); Maze Maps $1.00

Other Attractions on the Farm: Farmstand, greenhouse, wines, bakery, many
events & festivals throughout the year.

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Hathaway Farm Corn Maze
741 Prospect Hill Road
Rutland, VT 05701
802-775-2624

Open: July 29 to October 29th.
Days/Hours: 10 - 5 daily    Closed Tuesdays  Only open if weather permits.
Admission Fee: Children (ages 5-11) $5; Adults (ages 12 & over) $7; Seniors
(over 65) $5; Children 4 & under FREE. Farm Adventure Admission: Ages 5
and over $4 Children 4 & under FREE. Moonlight Madness - Every Saturday
Night. Give the maze a try after the sun goes down, Try &find the roasted
marshmallows. Remember to bring your flashlights! (Pricing different for
Moonlight Madness, please call or visit the Web site)

Other Attractions at the Farm:  A working beef farm.  Sell maple syrup.  Also
has “farm adventures” with clues, signs to find “hidden treasure on the farm.”
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