Corn Mazes Near BostonThe Best Corn Mazes Near You
Fall is upon us and autumn weather calls for outdoor fun. Here's a great list of Corn Mazes near Boston with cool themes and family friendly activities for all ages to enjoy.
Test your skills & navigate your way through these cool corn mazes at local farms in eastern Massachusetts. Team up with friends & family and enjoy a great day outdoors!
Connors Farm - 30 Valley Road, Danvers. Their maze is open daily from Sept. 12 – Nov. 1 Weekends are a fun time to go, when additional attractions like pig races, a corn cannon, a pumpkin blaster, and live entertainment are in action. The Barnyard Friends corn maze is open as of September 3. 978-777-1245; www.connorsfarm.com.
Crescent Farms - 140 Willow Ave., Haverhill. A nine-acre maze, open daily through October. 978-374-4424; crescentfarm.com.
Davis Farmland Mega Maze - 145 Redstone Hill, Sterling. This eight-acre “The Great Escape” adventure maze includes zones with water features, brain teasers and lots more. Open Aug. 13 through the end of October, check website for details. 978-422-6666; www.davismegamaze.com.
Flint Farm - 789 East St., Mansfield. Their annual maze is open weekends, Sept. 12 – Oct. 31. 508-337-6473; flintfarmstand.com.
Hanson’s Farm - 20 Nixon Road, Framingham. Maze open daily through October. 508-877-3058; hansonsfarm.50webs.com.
Honey Pot Hill Orchards - 138 Sudbury Road, Stow. Check out a unique hedge maze called “The Big Green Monster” or a smaller hedge or tunnel maze. Open daily from 9am – 6pm. 978-562-5666; www.honeypothill.com.
Krochmal Farm - 81 Jennie's Way, Tewksbury. Pumpkins, hayrides, pony rides and a corn maze. Open weekends, Sept. 19 – Oct. 25. 978-657-5906; krochmalfarms.com.
Marini Farm - 259 Linebrook Road, Ipswich. Their “Kernels of Gold” eight-acre themed maze is open Sept. 12 – Oct. 31 with flashlight nights on the weekends. There are stations strategically placed throughout the 7-acre maze with answers to questions that you will be given before entering. The more answers you get, the closer you are to finishing. Younger children can enjoy a 1-acre mini-maze if the bigger course seems too much. 978-238-9386; marinifarm.com/corn-maze
Mike's Maze at Warner Farm - 23 South Main St, Sunderland. An 8-acre corn maze and family entertainment destination! Visitors to Mike’s Maze will enjoy countless activities, games, and amusements to entertain the entire family. Open Weekends and Holidays, September 8 – November 6 and Columbus Day. 413-665-8331 www.mikesmaze.com.
photo courtesy of Mike's Maze
Sauchuk Farm - 53 Palmer Road, Plympton. This 7 acre Corn Maze, features hayrides, cow train rides, corn box, pumpkin patch, face painting, and goat walk. 10 stations inside the maze lead you along the right path. Their Star Trek-themed maze is open weekends, Sept. 19 – Nov. 1. 781-585-1522; www.sauchukfarm.com.
Schartner Farm - Bolton - 279 West Berlin, Bolton. A family run farm that features an easy corn maze that takes most groups about 45 minutes to complete. In addition, families can enjoy hayrides, pick-your-own pumpkins and apples, and freshly made cider donuts.
Visitors can also take a walk along the Bolton Loop Trail, a nice hiking trail that runs right through the farm. www.schartnerfarm.com.
West End Creamery - Whitinsville
There's a 6-acre corn maze as well as a mini maze for small children at West End Creamery's Fall Festival, which is open Fridays through Sundays through the fall. Get your bounce on at the two jumping pillows (separated for different ages), pedal karts, cow train, and corn crib for sensory play. This venue is near to Purgatory State Reservation Chasm, you can pair a farm visit with a unique fall hike, too. The corn maze is open from Saturday, September 23 to October 29.
We also have a number of popular guides ranging from Boston Outdoor Activities, and best places to go apple picking near Boston, to specific venue reviews like Worlds End, the Halibut Point State Park, and The American Heritage Museum to name a few.
You can find lots more ideas for fall family fun in our September & October activities guide, a robust list of Pumpkin Festivals near Boston, as well as our handy guides to activities like Apple Picking, Haunted Hayrides, and the best Corn Mazes in Massachusetts. Enjoy the fall!
Stacey Sao has been the Managing Director of the family-friendly events and activities website, BostonCentral for over 20 years. She continues to enjoy discovering and exploring new places to visit in the Greater Boston area.