Get Lost In These 10 Awesome Corn Mazes In Pennsylvania This Fall

Bring your smartphone. Grab a bottle of water. Get ready for an afternoon that will take you on an autumn adventure of twists, turns, and dead ends as you try to escape from an intricate corn maze. These are the 10 best corn mazes in Pennsylvania that provide the ideal way to spend a fall morning or afternoon.

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Get lost in one of best corn mazes in Pennsylvania. What’s your favorite corn maze? Do you have a favorite haunted corn maze in Pennsylvania? Let us know in the comments! Then, plan a trip to what just might be the spookiest Halloween town in the state. Click here to read more.

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Best Corn Mazes In Pennsylvania

September 13, 2019

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

If you’re searching for fun things to do in fall in Pennsylvania, you won’t have to look very far. Many of the farms in Pennsylvania feature either fall festivals or fall activities the whole family will love. Add some thrills and chills to your autumn adventure when you visit Hellerick’s Family Farm in Easton. Start the fun with a go on the ziplining course before trying to escape from a five-acre corn maze, picking pumpkins, and watching the landscape roll by on a scenic hayride. Then, for a truly unique way to enjoy autumn in Pennsylvania, climb aboard an old-fashioned wagon ride along the floor of Pine Creek Gorge.

Are there any haunted corn mazes in Pennsylvania?

On the prowl for a haunted corn maze in Pennsylvania? Get ready to be spooked! Lehigh Valley Scream Park, for example, lays claim to the terrifying Psycho Path (get it?) Corn Maze. Do you think you can make it out of the terrifyingly haunted corn maze in Pennsylvania?

Still looking for more haunted things to do in fall in Pennsylvania? How about hopping aboard a haunted train ride with the New Hope Railroad?  If you like real hauntings, you’re definitely living in the right state. Did you know Gettysburg is the most haunted town in Pennsylvania, maybe even the entire country?

What is the largest corn maze in Pennsylvania?

Ready to get lost in the largest corn maze in Pennsylvania? You’ve actually got several options, if you really want the challenge of escaping from a huge corn maze. Wilcox Farms, in Boyertown, boasts a massive 25-acre maze that’s comprised of several smaller mazes. If that’s too big for the kiddos, they can set off through the mini corn maze, designed just for them. Seiper Farms, in Bath, spans 18 spectacular acres. After you’ve escaped from the corn maze, stop by to say hello to the farm animals; climb aboard a hay ride to the pumpkin patch in Pennsylvania; and take a pony ride.