New Hampshire Fall September 19, 2016
by Kelly A. Burch Get Lost In These 8 Awesome Corn Mazes In New Hampshire This Fall
Cool crisp fall days are perfect for spending outside. While picking apples is great, sometimes you need a little more adventure, which is why corn mazes are a great fall activity. You walk through these corn mazes will leave you working together with friends and family to find your way home, while having lots of fun along the way. Here are 8 awesome corn mazes in New Hampshire that are just waiting for you to come get lost.
1. Beans and Greens Farm, Guildford
This maze is designed to be difficult! You have the option of doing a treasure hunt, but just making it out of this maze is tricky enough! The maze is open daily from 10-5 and also has special night events.
2. Scamman Farm, Stratham
Scamman farm has maze options for the whole family. The massive six-acre maze has both hard and easy options, and a smaller kids maze is perfect for beginners.
3. Coppal House Farm, Lee
This New Hampshire maze always has a great theme, from the moose (pictured) to a coyote howling at the moon. The maze is open weekdays from 12 to 5 and weekends from 10-5. Special night maze events include a dance party and trick or treat!
4. Beech Hill Farm, Hopkinton
Beech Hill Farm is a destination, with ice cream and pick your own. The corn maze here is family friendly, and takes about 40 minutes to complete. This year, the maze's themes are the 100th anniversary of the national parks, and New Hampshire's endangered animals. The maze is open daily from 11 to dusk.
5. Sherman Farm Stand, Conway
The 12-acre corn "maize" at Sherman Farm Stand is sure to delight everyone. The maize has lots of events, and is full of riddles that you'll love solving. In fact, the maze was named best in New Hampshire for two years running. The maize opens for the season on September 24th.
6. Trombly Gardens, Milford
This is a smaller corn maze, but with admission just $5 for adults, it's a perfect quick trip for families. On the weekends, a hay ride is included in the price of admission!
7. Riverview Farm, Franklin
The Riverview Farm corn maze will delight all ages, with local artist's works incorporated into the maze. For those looking for a fright the haunted maze on October 30 and 31 is a must-do!
8. J and F Farms, Derry
You'll walk about a mile getting through the J and F maze, so it's perfect for families with little ones. When you're done the whole family can enjoy the freshly baked donuts that make this farm a favorite.
Have you been to these corn mazes in New Hampshire? If you’re looking for more fall fun, check out
this train ride that takes you through some of New Hampshire’s best foliage!
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