Fall is the time of year when New Jersey farms really shine. As the Garden State, we have acres of farmland providing fresh fruits and veggies all year long. Still, the fall season is when visitors flock to farms for pumpkin and apple picking, hayrides, harvest festivals, and corn mazes. Corn mazes are a family friendly activity that everyone can enjoy, you’ll never have more fun getting lost!
1. Butterhof's Shady Brook Farm, Egg Harbor City
The corn maze will be open until October 31st on Saturdays and Sundays from 10am - 3:30pm. Be sure to check out the upcoming fall festival and flea market, benefiting South Jersey Horse Rescue.
2. Secor Farms, Mahwah
The corn maze is just $3 and includes a hayride! Visit on weekends from 10am - 4pm and weekdays from 3pm - 5pm. Check out the petting zoo while you're there.
3. Lentini Corn Maze, Newton
This 10-acre maze is open on Fridays and Saturdays until 10pm and until 6pm on Sundays. Bring your flashlight on Friday nights! Admission is $10.
4. Argo's Farm, Forked River
General admission from Wednesday - Friday is $6.95 and includes entrance to the agritainment area, corn maze, hay ride, hay mountain, corn box, duck races, lasso, corn hole, and visiting the farm animals; weekend admission is $7.95. For a VIP experience, purchase Farmer's Special Admission. You'll get all the perks of general admission, plus unlimited access to the hay slide, cow train and jumbo jumper; $9.95 on weekdays, $11.95 on weekends.
5. Stony Hill Maze Fun Park, Chester
Admission of $12.99 includes a 10-acre corn maze, children's corn maze, rope maze, tile maze, Barnyard Boardgame, and Noah's Ark Playground. Open Sunday-Thursday from 10-6 and Friday/Saturday from 10-9. Enjoy flashlight mazes on select weekend dates.
6. Bullock Farms, Cream Ridge
Admission is $5 and will get you access to the corn maze, sunflower fields and kids korner. Visit daily until October 31st, from 10-6.
7. Heaven Hill Farm, Vernon
This massive corn maze features three mini-games including a word search and hidden pictures! To learn more, visit their
8. Johnson's Locust Hall Farm, Jobstown
Typically open on weekends only, the corn maze will be available on Columbus Day Weekend from Friday - Monday. Admission is $4.
8. Cheesequake Farms, Old Bridge
Open all day on weekends and from 3-5 on weekdays, the $4 admission will allow guests access to the dinosaur-themed corn maze and the pumpkin patch!
9. Sahl's Father Son Farm, Galloway
Admission is $9 (group rates available) and includes all mazes and maze games, Kiddie Koral playground, pig races (when running), rubber duck races (bring your own rubber duck or purchase one for a $1), and as many hayrides as your heart desires. 2013 maze shown, current maze features Lucy the Elephant.
10. Wightman's Farms, Morristown
This farm doesn't just have a corn maze, it has an entire maze land! Open on Saturdays and Sundays from 10-5, admission is $8 for maze access and $14.06 including tax for a hayride/maze combo. Enjoy corn, hay, stone and rope mazes!
11. Happy Day Farm, Manalapan
Open until 5pm, 7 days a week, a $13 admission fee will grant guests access to the 13-acre corn maze and a wide range of recreational activities. Enjoy discount days on Fridays in October!
12. Springdale Farm, Cherry Hill
The tropical themed maze offers guests an unforgettable journey through the history of the South Seas and Polynesian Islands. You'll find pictures, clues, and games along the way to make learning fun! Admission is $10, and the maze is open on Saturdays and Sundays from 10-4. Visit on 10/9 for a special Flashlight Friday event from 6-10 pm.
13. Corn Maze Train, Phillipsburg
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Have you been to any of these a-maize-ing mazes? What was your experience like? What other New Jersey corn mazes would you add to this list?