There are few fall traditions as treasured and timeless as getting lost in a corn maze. Massachusetts is filled with charming farms that offer amazing mazes and plenty of other great fall activities. Take a look at these awesome corn mazes across the state.
1. Mike’s Maze at Warner Farm, Sunderland
This eight-acre maze is always artfully designed and plenty of fun. Warner Farm also offers classic and unusual autumn activities like firing a huge potato cannon named "Lil’ Tot." This year’s maze celebrates the 40th anniversary of the Voyager missions.
(23 S. Main Street, Sunderland)
2. Sauchuk’s Corn Maze, Plympton
Sauchuk’s Corn Maze is a fully-fledged farm experience. You’ll be able to take hayrides to the farm’s charming pumpkin patch as well as have fun with jumping pillows and corn cannons. Don’t forget to pick up treats like apple cider doughnuts and fresh veggies to enjoy afterwards.
(53 Palmer Road, Plympton)
3. Schartner Farm, Bolton
This is a family-run farm with a corn maze that’s perfect for groups with younger kids as well as adults. It takes about 45 minutes to complete. After you’ve explored the maze, hop on a hayride, pick your own pumpkins and apples and enjoy a stroll around the Bolton Loop hiking trail that winds through the farm.
(279 West Berlin Road, Bolton)
4. Marini Farm, Ipswich
Expect to get wonderfully discombobulated at Marini Farm as you make your way through 8 acres of corn and ten miles of pathways. They have flashlight events on the weekends for an extra dose of excitement, so don’t miss your chance to check out this fun and interactive corn maze. (259 Linebrook Road)
5. Davis Mega Maze, Sterling
This maze is the king of all corn mazes. CNN has called the Davis Farm Mega Maze the best in the world, and it’s easy to see why. With 8 acres of corn, 3 miles of paths and 7 "maze levels," you’ll be absolutely wowed by this attraction. The maze is so big that you can expect to find lawn games, food stands and even a zip line inside the corn. (145 Redstone Hill Road, Sterling)
6. Nessralla Farm, Halifax
This maze is more challenging and great for adults and teens looking for an autumn adventure. The attraction opens on September 15 and you can visit between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. on Friday, Saturday and Sunday though October. While you’re there, hop on a hay ride, check out the hay bale pyramid and play games. Young visitors can play in the bouncy house and even hitch a ride on a kiddie train.
(139 Hemlock Lane, Halifax)
7. Connors Farm, Danvers
This seven-acre maze is located on a 112-year-old working farm. This year’s maze is fashioned in honor of race car legend Bentley Warren. After exploring the twists and turns of the massive maze, visitors can test their skills at pumpkin bowling, hang out with the farm animals, enjoy a hayride and other awesome fall-themed activities. (30 Valley Road, Danvers)
8. C&C Reading Farm, West Bridgewater (Formerly Billingsgate Farm)
Formerly Billingsgate Farm in Plympton, C&C Reading Farm in West Bridgewater offers an array of fun fall activities and a killer corn maze. This year’s theme is space exploration and this maze is definitely…out of this world. It spans over three acres of twisting pathways and interactive puzzles. The farm also hosts flashlight nights in the maze. (175 East Center Street, West Bridgewater)
9. Krochmal Farm
Krochmal Farm’s annual Pumpkin Festival includes a fun corn maze, hay rides, pony rides and a petting area. There’s free parking and free admission for all, though some activities do cost a buck or two (pony rides are $1). They’re open Saturday and Sunday from September 23 to October 29. (81 Jennie’s Way, Tewksbury)
10. Crescent Farms, Bradford
This nine-acre farm is open daily through October and is a great autumn day trip destination. They offer hay rides, family pumpkin picking, a bakery stocked with pastries and apple cider donuts and a great corn maze. Bring your flashlights after dusk for to wander through the corn stalks under the stars.
(140 Willow Avenue, Bradford)
11. Flint Farm, Mansfield
The Flint Farm corn maze ends in an ice cream shop, which is more than enough reason to visit this fall. The maze is open from noon to 5 p.m. each day. The theme this year is "Buy Fresh, Buy Local."
(789 East Street, Mansfield)
12. Hanson’s Farm, Framingham
This corn maze is fun for the whole family. Try and find your way through the winding corn stalk paths, picnic under the farm’s giant tent, pick your own fruits and flowers and hop on a hayride. The maze is open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day from July to November.
(20 Nixon Road, Framingham)
13. Honey Pot Hill Orchards, Stow
This farm’s Green Monster Maze features a truly dizzying network of trails. Honey Pot Hill also has one of the best apple orchards in New England, so don’t forget to save time to pick a bushel or two.
(138 Sudbury Road, Stow)