You have arrived on my Connecticut corn maze directory page. Corn isn’t a major agricultural product in Connecticut, but there are still 17 corn mazes on the 5,000 farms in Connecticut.
Below you will find the list of Connecticut corn mazes. Don’t forget to check out their website for additional information, hours and prices.
Fort Hill Farms – Thompson, CT – 8 Acres, Multiple Mazes
2013 Theme: The Farmer’s Cow, Saving Farmland
2012 Theme: The Farmer’s Cow, She Has Class!
2011 Theme: Farmer’s Cow – She’s Your Neighbor
Fort Hill Farms has a rich history. The land was settled as a result of a land grant from the King of England to Sir Robert Thompson in 1683. It was consolidated by John Doane back into one property for a dairy farm in 1889. He gave it the name Fort Hill Farms. There is also a barnyard and pick your own pumpkin patch.
Location: 260 Quaddick Road, Thompson, CT 06277
Foster Family Farm – South Windsor, CT – 8 Acres, Multiple Mazes
2013: Farm: Barn, Cow and Duck
2012 Theme: Circus
2011 Theme: Revolutionary War
The Foster family has been farming here since 1790. There are two corn mazes and four miles of trails. There’s also a farm play yard and hay rides. The maze is open weekends in September and then daily in October. Flashlight maze on Friday and Saturday evenings.
Location: 90 Foster Street, South Windsor, CT 06074
Scantic Valley Farm Maze – Somers, CT – 8 Acres (link removed because of virus scan fail on 9/19/2013)
Scantic Valley Farm is a family owned farm in North Central Connecticut. The corn maze will open for 2013 in August. Other fall activities include pick your own pumpkins and hayrides.
Bunnell Farm – Litchfield, CT
Maze opens October 5, 2013. Flashlight maze starts October 18th.
Location: 498 Maple Street, Litchfield, CT 06759
Castle Hill Farm – Newton, CT – 6 Acres
Corn maze, pumpkin patch, hay rides and live music.
Location: 25 Sugar Lane, Newtown CT 06470
Ellsworth Hill Orchard and Berry Farm LLC – Sharon, CT – 5 Acres
2013 Theme: Animals of the World
They also have hayrides and pick your own apples and pumpkins.
Location: 461 Cornwall Bridge Rd. Rte. 4, Sharon, CT
Ekonk Hill Turkey Farm Corn Maze – Sterling, CT
2013 Theme: We Love Our Pets
Flashlight maze on Saturday evening.
Location: 227 Ekonk Hill Rd, Sterling, Connecticut
Fair Weathers Farm – Rocky Hill, CT
Location: 1146 Cromwell Avenue, Rocky Hill, CT 06067
Halfinger Farm – Higganum, CT – 4 Acres
Admission to the corn maze is $4.00. There is also pick your own pumpkins.
Location: 489 Candlewood Hill Road, Higganum, CT 06441
Lyman Orchards – Middlefield, CT – 4 Acres
2013 Theme: Statue of Liberty
2012 Theme: Yankees – Red Sox Rivalry
2011 Theme: Patriotic – American Heroes
Location: 32 Reeds Gap Rd Middlefield, CT 06455
March Farm – Bethlehem, CT – 5 Acres
The Hill Top corn maze is open weekends. There is a mini maze open Monday through Friday. The Haunted Corn Maze is two Friday evenings in october.
Location: 160 Munger Lane, Bethlehem, CT 06751
Plasko’s Farm – Trumbull, CT – 4 Acres
2013 Theme: ?
2012 Theme: The Happy Cow
2011 Theme: Wish Upon a Star
Location: 670 Daniels Farm Road, Trumbull, CT
R-Farms, LLC – Lebanon, CT – 2.5 Acres
Admission to the corn maze is $8. The nighttime maze is open Friday and Saturday evenings.
Location: 353 Tobacco Street, Lebanon, CT 06249
Riverview Farms – South Glastonbury, CT – 2 Acres
They operate a regular corn maze and haunted corn maze. The Haunted Corn Maze will be open October 24-26, 2013.
Location: 91 Wassuc Rd, South Glastonbury, CT 06073
Rose Orchards – North Branford, CT
Location: 33 Branford Rd, North Branford, CT 06471
Brown’s Harvest – Windsor, CT – 5 Acres
They will have a 5-Acre Spookley Corn Maze in 2013 designed to promote bullying prevention and to have fun at the same time.
Location: 1911 Poquonock Avenue, Windsor, Connecticut 06095
Merrow Maze – Storrs, CT – 4 Acres
2013: CLOSED – but the owner says they should be back in 2014! They recommend The Adventure Park at Storrs if you are looking for a fun alternative activity in the area.
Please check with the corn maze to ensure that they are open before going. We make efforts to ensure that our list of corn mazes is accurate but circumstances occasionally foil our efforts. Poor growing conditions can lead a corn maze to not open it for the season. Inclement weather such as extreme cold, snow or rain may force a corn maze to close on particular nights. Other corn mazes may only be open limited days of the week or hours in the day. By checking their website or calling, you can ensure that you aren’t disappointed on arrival.
Other helpful tips: Some farms don’t take credit cards, so plan to bring cash unless you know that they take plastic. Most corn mazes prohibit dogs, so leave man’s best friend at home for the evening. Check with the corn maze you plan to attend to learn more about their specific rules and regulations.
If I have missed any farms that have corn mazes, I hope you will add the information for the farm via the contribution form below. And if you have visited one of these corn mazes, I would appreciate your review of the maze for future visitors to this page.
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