Maine Corn Mazes
Here’s our list of Maine corn mazes near Portland and Bangor. Don’t forget to take a look at their websites for additional information, hours and prices. Many have fun activities like pumpkin patches, hayrides, haunts, and kids fun event. Most are open from the middle of September through October.
Maine Farms 2015
- Portsmouth and Portland Corn Mazes
Zach’s – York, ME – 17 Acres
2013 Theme: Kittery Trading Post
2011 Theme: Zach’s Farm logo
Zach’s Farm is run by John Zacharias, who bought 260 acres in 1977 to increase his family’s farm. After a twenty minute hayride, you arrive at the seventeen acre corn maze. Flashlight tag happens inside the cornfield at night. You can also pick your own pumpkins from their patch. Located north of Portsmouth.
McDougal Orchards – Springvale, ME. A seventh generation family farm in Southern Maine located a mile from downtown Sanford. Enjoy picking apples, pumpkins, eating cider donuts, weekend hay rides, the corn maze, maple syrup and honey from their own bees. Find out what’s happening this year on the farm on Facebook. Their address is 201 Hanson Ridge Road, Springvale, Maine 04083. It is about 6 miles northeast of Lebanon, Maine.
Pumpkin Valley Farm – Dayton, ME. Take a hayride to pick your own pumpkin and get lost in the six acre cornfield maze. A six acre maze with 2 phases for those that want to give up halfway through! Passport trivia offered for those who want a hint which way to go. Past themes have featured North Woods Law (2014), Tri for a Cure (2013), Fun on the Farm (2012) and Red Claws Crusher (2011). Also enjoy the giant jumping pillow, feed the farm animals and other farm yard fun. Open from the middle of September through October. The address is 100 Union Falls Road, Dayton, Maine 04005 (Be sure GPS doesn’t send you to Buxton!). It is about 16 miles north of Kennebunk.
Lewiston – Augusta – Waterville
Sandy River Farms – Farmington, ME. A ten acre corn maze and pick your own pumpkin patch with old fashioned hayride. Open weekends starting the last weekend in September. Bussie and Brenda York have been farming at Sandy River Farms for over 50 years. The newest aspect to their 600 acre organic dairy and crop farm is the ten acre cornfield maze. Other activities at the farm are a petting zoo, corn box, cow train and obstacle course. Originally an overnight stagecoach halfway stop, the York family bought the farm in 1952. Past maze themes included University of Maine (2013). Their address is 755 Farmington Falls Road, Farmington, ME 04938. It is about 31 miles northwest of Augusta.
Harvest Hill Farms – Mechanic Falls, ME – 10 Acres
Open Saturday and Sunday starting September 13, 2014 with Friday and Saturday night mazes. They have been letting visitors get lost in their corn for more than five years. Play Farm Scene Investigation and try your hand at the night maze with a flashlight. Past themes have include Agriculture (a Pumpkin Patch and Barn in 2013), Farms for Food (2012) and History of the Farm (2011). Other activities include air cannon, slingshots and jumping pillow. Located west of Lewiston, 45 minutes from Portland.
Location: 125 Pigeon Hill Road (Rte 26), Mechanic Falls, ME
Bangor Corn Mazes
Thunder Road Farm – Corrina, ME. Open to the public Saturday and Sunday starting the middle of September. They have a 2 phase maze. 2013 was their 10th year running it. Past themes have featured Honoring First Responders (2014). WABI TV (2013), Breast Cancer Awareness (2012) and American Loggers (2011). Enjoy u-pick pumpkins and corn maze with hay rides, cow train, corn box, bale maze, duck races, jumping pillow and roadside stand. Their address is 185 Newport Rd, Corinna, ME 04928. It is about 33 miles west of Bangor.
Treworgy Family Orchards – Levant, ME. A 5 acre pick your own pumpkin patch with more than 30 varieties of pumpkins, squash and gourds. Free hayrides on Friday evenings, Saturday and Sunday. Corn field maze and five acre apple orchard as well. Past maze themes have featured The Lost Locomotive (2014), Richard the Lion and the Knights of the Round Stable (2013), The Great Gobbler! (2012) and “Charlie Horse” (2011). They also have an ice cream shop, goats, gift shop, and lots of Christmas activities. Their address is 3876 Union Street, Levant ME USA 04456. It is about 10 miles northwest of Bangor. With over 18,135 Facebook likes, this might be the most popular fall attraction in Maine.