"Where's the best corn maze near me," you ask? Great question. We agree: It simply wouldn't be pumpkin patch or apple orchard, a drive to a nearby sunflower field, or a visit to a haunted corn maze—and we're here to help. Whether you live in California or Vermont, there are tons of corn maze options from coast to coast, and you're bound to find one near your hometown (or wherever your fall travels take you). From haunted fields to kid-friendly locales and family-owned farms bursting with color and energy, these corns mazes are perfect for every kind of excursion you may have in mind. And if you haven't visited a corn maze since you were a little kid, you might be surprised: They've gotten quite the update since we were all younger. The beloved maze at Cool Patch Pumpkins, in Dixon, California, for instance, was certified by the Guinness World Records as the world's biggest—and the farm debuts a new design each fall. Meanwhile, down at our favorite mazes in Minnesota, Texas, Georgia, and more, the maze itself is just one of many enticing attractions offered, from face-painting to pillow races to scenic hayrides. Plan your trip and get going!without a trip to your local
Looking for an old-school experience? You're in luck if you live near Cherry Crest Adventure Farm in Ronks, Pennsylvania: It's one of the longest-operating corn mazes in the country. Adventure's even in the name.
This Florida farm's "living puzzle" of a maze is typically open until December, thanks to the state's warmer weather. While young children may get tired roaming through the long alleys of corn, there are three entrances and exits available throughout the maze in case you need to leave early.
Not just a corn maze, but a haunted corn maze! Connors Farm's impressive attraction can be enjoyed by the whole family during day, but you'll want to leave your kids at home for the spookier weekend offerings, which take place at night.
For those living in the Northeast, this New Jersey destination is one of your best bets for a bona fide corn maze experience. Featuring 10 acres of autumnal goodness, a pumpkin festival and games, we think you and your family will find something to love here.
Treinen Farm has created the largest corn maze in all of Wisconsin. It's a whopping 15 acres big—the same length as 14 and a half football fields. Fair warning: Dead ends abound.
Folks from all over the country head to every autumn to check out the world's largest corn maze (certified by Guinness World Records). The attraction unveils a new design every fall and this year's farm-inspired maze is just as stunning as ever!
Once you've completed (look for the "Scuba Sever" on your journey for a chance to win their 2018 grand prize), be sure to check out the establishment's plethora of pumpkins, corn pit, tractor rides, and the dozens of kid-friendly carnival rides they have on site.
Illinois residents can celebrate their state's 200th birthday with a journey through 's bicentennial-themed corn maze. With more than 28 acres of corn fields, you can easily spend a few hours to a whole day at this attraction.
Make a trip to this (located just outside of ), to see how fast you can make it through their seven acre corn maze. Throughout the month of October, you'll find plenty of events to make your trip even more fun including their annual barn dance and costume contest.
Put your skills to the test by buying a combo ticket for five acre labyrinth and haunted forest (for kids ages 10+), and try completing them back to back. In between mazes, be sure to check out the rest of the farm’s activities like their kid-friendly slides, fun jumping pillows, scenic hayrides, and more.
While you can stop by this must-see during the day, we recommend bringing a flashlight and stopping by maze at night. The cornfield stays open through the early evening, which means you can walk around and take in the beautiful view of the stars and nighttime sky. Either way, be sure to make your way to Bob’s Country Store for local fares you can snack on. You're going to be hungry—it's 10-acres, after-all!
Unlike most others, which you can only take in from the ground, the can be seen from one of their 15-foot tall bridges. Then, challenge your group by going to the corn maze when the sun sets to take on their “After Dark" version, which you’ll have to navigate through with a glow stick. And don't fret, parents! It’s not haunted, so it’s fun for kids, too.
Starting on September 8, visitors will be able to check out the eight-acre corn maze and the dozens of other fun fall activities featured on site. If you want to get in on their Halloween attractions, including their Haunted Corn Maze, save your visit for a Friday or Saturday night in October.
Whether you’re looking for some spooky or family-friendly fun, in has got you covered. Starting on September 15, head there and spend the day making your way through their corn maze and pumpkin patch, or save your trip for September 28 or after to get your fright on at their haunted “Scream Acres.”
The kicks off during their annual Fall Fest on September 16. Head to the with little ones and take on their smaller maze, which covers just under a half mile, or tackle the larger three mile version, designed for older kids and grownups.
La Union is taking their annual attraction to soaring new heights this year with their new . For just $12, visitors can access one of the best mazes in , in addition to the u-pick pumpkin patch, 18 more activities like slides, wagon rides, zip lining, and more. Mark your calendars now—it opens on September 22 this year.
Starting on September 14, make like a Marvel or D.C. star and soar through in . Kids can take the excitement to the next level—and get another wear out of their Halloween costume—by dressing up like their favorite characters. And if you happen to head there on a rainy, don't fret! You can take the adventure inside at their indoor hay maze.
Celebrate autumn at in . With plenty of festive harvest activities like pumpkin picking, hay rides, and of course, a thrilling corn maze adventure awaiting, it’s the best way to spend your day outdoors this fall.
You'll find this picturesque farm and its nestled between and making it a great destination for folks in the DMV area. You can choose from two paths: an easy and short version, which can be completed in just 20 minutes, or a long and challenging route, which will take 45-60 minutes to finish. And with farm animals and hayrides on site, there will be plenty of activities to keep youngsters of all ages entertained.
With four unique corn mazes, in has something for all ages and skill levels. Their circus-inspired eight acre option is just the place for the ring leader in your group to step up and lead the show, while even the littlest maze-trekkers will be able to make their way through the gummy bear-themed track.
This corn maze has “Great” in the name for good reason! covers 24 acres and takes around two hours to complete, so be sure to come with snacks and a few hours to spare. Their Big Maze requires some hiking due to its hilly terrain, while their Scenic Maze is a more leisurely experience with beautiful views and a trail that can be completed in just 40 minutes.
Baseball fans, this one's for you! , which is inspired by the iconic movie, is just the home-run family activity you’ve been looking for. Plan a day-trip to the farm in to visit their 10-acre attraction, which officially launches during their opening weekend on September 15.
Get ready for some spooky fun at the New Salem Corn Maze located in . Teens and grownups can get their kicks by taking on their Haunted Corn Maze, Witches Wood adventure, or their Zombie Attack wagon ride. And for the family who wants a fun—not frightening—maze experience, stop by the and check out their kid-friendly Daytime Corn Maze. It all kicks off Friday, September 28 during their 9th annual Wurst Festival Ever event.
Beginning on September 21, the transforms into a fun spot for families during the day, and a chill-inducing haunted attraction by night. While you’re at the , be sure to take your kids on their scenic hayride, and when the sun sets, head towards their haunted house.
From fresh autumnal produce and pumpkins, to corn mazes and corn hole, this must-see has a variety of festive activities and fares that will get your family excited about the new season. Bring your kiddos here during the day, and send only your bravest back at night to take on their Zombie Paintball Adventure and Haunted Corn Maze.
With its epic corn maze, pretty pumpkin patch, and winery on site, the is the ultimate fall destination in the . After a trek through their fields, head to the winery for a relaxing wine or cider tasting, or pick up some fresh produce at their food pavilion.
You better fuel up on snacks and fall treats from the Verona Maze country store or The Feed Wagon before you make your way through where most visitors spend around 45 minutes trying to find their way out. Once you’ve completed the challenge, treat yourself to more fall fun with a hayride, s’mores making around the campfire, or a visit to see the many farm animals on site.
Gather your group of friends and head on over to in on October 6. As you make your way through their six acre maze, you and your pals can try over 60 types of brews, listen to live music, and snack on local food truck fares. You can also bring your whole family by (including the kiddos!) for their all-ages afterparty, which is open to the public.
in is sure to bring out your inner child, thanks to their to 2018 Peter Pan-inspired attraction. Stop by anytime for kid-friendly activities and fall fun, or head there with your girlfriends on October 4 and 11 for their "Wine Adventure at the Corn Maze" event.
Netflix fans will get a kick out of 2018 Stranger Things corn maze, which opens on September 14. With plenty of fun activities and four tracks covering over 20 acres, you and your family will have plenty to keep you occupied while you visit the attraction.