Get Lost In These 9 Awesome Corn Mazes In Maryland This Fall

Autumn is here and you’d better get started on fall adventures before the season passes you by. Today we’re featuring some of the best corn mazes in Maryland that are great fun for families with kids of all ages. The unique patterns (and sizes) of these fields are extraordinary and we can’t think of a better way to spend an autumn weekend. Ready? Let’s check it out.

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Best Corn Mazes in Maryland

September 06, 2019

What are the best farms to visit in Maryland in the fall?

When the temperatures begin to drop as we head into the cooler months of fall, there are countless farms peppered around Maryland that are wonderful, family-friendly attractions for a day trip. Lawyer’s Winterbrook Farms in Thurmont has been a working farm for nearly a century and features a corn maze, pumpkin patch, and tons of activities for the kids to enjoy. Montpelier Farms in Upper Marlboro Is a great pumpkin patch in Maryland and a seven-acre corn maze that’s great for families with kids of all ages.

Are there any haunted corn mazes in Maryland?

There are plenty of haunted corn mazes in Maryland. For those looking for a maze filled with frightening twists and turns, check out Legends of the Fog in Aberdeen, Maryland. Not only do they feature a haunted corn maze, but also a haunted hayride, a haunted hotel to explore, and spooky circus that will surely make you sleep with the lights on. It's definitely one of the best corn mazes in Maryland.

What is the largest corn maze in Maryland?

One of the largest corn mazes in Maryland can be found at Lawyer’s Winterbrook Farms in Thurmont, Maryland. There are a total of four separate corn mazes sprawling over 15 acres of corn fields for you to explore.  With over 5 miles of pathways, you can bet they’ve created a confusing labyrinth that will pose a challenge to even the most directionally accomplished individuals.