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Find Massachusetts Corn Mazes

Find the state’s most popular Massachusetts corn mazes. Don’t forget to check out their websites for additional information, hours and prices.  They provide some great fall fun for families in Massachusetts.  Most are open from the middle of September through October.  Many also have pumpkins, live animals, hayrides, apples, and lots more fun.

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Connors Farm – Danvers, MA – 10 Acres, Multiple Mazes
2014 Theme: America the Beautiful
Opened on September 7, 2014. This farm became famous when a woman called 911 from it in 2011. At night, the haunted corn maze opens with five haunted attractions. There are also non-haunted flashlight nights. Other activities include pick your own apples, hayrides, and other fall farm fun. Past themes have included Welcome to the Jungle (2013), The Witches of Salem (2012) and Salem Village – Headless Horseman (2011).

Marini Farm – Ispwich, MA.  They feature an educational and interactive 8 acre corn maze.  Enjoy their pumpkin patch, flashlight nights, doggie maze days, birthday parties, apple cannons, bounce houses, hayrides, duck races, and kids mini mazes.  Their address is 259 Linebrook Road, Ipswich, MA 01938.  It is about 33 miles north of Boston.   Past maze themes include (2014) Spookley the Square Pumpkin, (2013) Dinosaurs – T-Rex on The Loose, (2012) Space Exploration, and (2011) Let Freedom Ring.  The Marini farm is a 50 acre, third generation family farm on the North Shore. There’s a large maze as well as a children’s maze. Admission is $10 for adults and $8 for kids. Flashlight nights are $11.  Marini Farm has over 7,768 Facebook likes.

Crescent Farm – Haverhill, MA.  A 350 acre working farm with pumpkin picking located thirty minutes north of Boston. Catch a hayride out to the patch and enjoy the four acre corn maze as well.  A good place for birthday parties, ice cream, live animals, cider, and donuts.  In early November they have the New England Championship Tractor Pull.  They are located at 140 Willow Avenue, Haverhill, MA 01835.  It is about 34 miles north of Boston. 

Smolak Farms – N. Andover, MA.  They hold family festivals starting with the first weekends in September and running through October 31st with apple picking, pumpkin picking and hayrides. Their farm stand is open every day.  They also have a playground, wee wagons, duck races, face painting and games.  Now open Saturday and Sunday with their corn maze.  Their address is 315 South Bradford Street, North Andover, MA.  It is located about 28 miles north of downtown Boston.  A popular place, Smolak Farms has over 11,770 Facebook likes.

Goss Farm – Dunstable, MA – 5 Acres
Opened September 13, 2014. Past themes have featured Travis Roy Foundation (2012) and Childrens Hospital Boston (2011).

Kimball Farm – Haverhill, MA – 4 Acres
2014 Theme: 4 in 1
Opened August 29, 2014. A working family farm that spent more than 150 years as a dairy farm. They started the corn maze in 2007. They also have select moonlight or flashlight maze nights. Hayrides, pony rides and slide. There is also a haunted corn maze at night. Past themes have included Boston Strong (2013), Tractor (2012) and Champions (2011).

Krochmal Farms – Tewksbury, MA.  Annual pumpkin festival with hayrides and corn maze runs weekends starting around the middle of September and running through October.  Free parking and free admission.  They are very family friendly and only charge reasonable prices for each activity.  An example is the corn maze for only $4.  Their address is 81 Jennie’s Way, Tewksbury, MA 01876.  It is about 21 miles north of Boston.  A family farm since the turn of the 20th Century that is owned and operated by the Cave family

Chris’ Farm Stand – Haverhill, MA.  Chris’ Farm Stand at Silsby Farm hosts an October Pumpkin Festival with pumpkins, corn maze, hay rides, pony rides, farm animals, face painting and kids games.  They are open every weekend in October.  Silsby Farm is located at 436 Salem Street, Haverhill, MA 01835.  It is about 36 miles north of Boston. 


Davis Farmland – Sterling, MA.  A good place for u-pick apples and pumpkins starting in the middle of September.  They also operate the Davis Mega Maze corn maze, and Fright Nights haunt on weekends in October.  Their address is 145 Redstone Hill, Sterling, MA 01564.  It is about 18 miles north of Worcester.  Davis Farmland is extremely popular with over 51,629 Facebook likes.  Past maze themes include (2013) National Treasure, Conspiracy Theory, (2012) Clue, and (2011) Blackbeard’s Revenge.  Larry Davis began his first maze here in 1995 with a small children’s maze. It is their 18th maze. They are designed by famous English maze designer Adrian Fisher.

West End Creamery and Family Farm – Whitinsville, MA – 5 Acres, Multiple Mazes
Opens September 19, 2014. 5 acre maze, mini golf, barnyard jump, adventure farm activities and ice cream in the Blackstone River Valley. They also have a full moon flashlight maze at night. Past themes have featured In God We Trust (2013), USA Elected Democracy (2012) and Celebrate the New England Ice Cream and Restaurant Association (2011).

Schartner Farm – Bolton, MA – 5 Acres
Opens September 6, 2014. A fourth generation farm started in 1902. Originally a dairy farm, it is now a fruit and vegetable farm which also offers hayrides and farm animals.

Wojcik’s Farm – Blackstone, MA.  Open weekends only, Labor Day weekend thru the end of October.  Enjoy a tractor drawn wagon ride when visiting the pumpkin patch.  Pumpkins are available starting in the middle of September.  There is also a 5 acre corn maze.  Cost is $8.00 per person for ages 6 and up.  Apple picking also starts on Labor Day weekend.  Concession stand and farm store, bakery also on site.  About the farm:  A family owned and operated fruit and vegetable farm started in 1953.  The address is 65 Milk Street, Blackstone, MA 01504.  It is about 25 miles south of Worcester.  Wojcik’s Farm has over 2,966 Facebook likes. 

Western Massachusetts

Mike’s Maze at Warner Farm – Sunderland, MA – 6 Acres
2014 Theme: Animal Intelligence
Opened September 3, 2014. Warner Farm is a tenth generation family farm started in the 1720s. The cornfield maze was started by Mike Wissemann and Will Sillin in 2000. For a few nights in October, it is open as a haunted maze. Other fall fun activities include the horse drawn wagon ride and pick your own pumpkins, among other things. Previous themes have featured Salvador Dali (2013), The Sower’s Banquet (2012), and Noah Webster – Dictionary (2011).

Hicks Family Farm – Charlemont, MA – 5 (expanding to 7) Acres
A 5th generation farm with corn maze open on weekends and holidays in September and October. Haunted maze on Friday and Saturday nights in October. The 2013 theme was Oz.

Rolling Acres – Southampton, MA – 7-10 Acres
Opened September 6, 2014. Cornfield maze, mini golf, jumping pillow and water tag.

Southeast Massachusetts

Flint Farm – Mansfield, MA – 3 Acres

Austin Brothers Valley Farm – Belchertown, MA.  Pick your own pumpkins with hayrides and a corn maze in the fall. About the farm: The 130 acre farm was founded more than 130 years ago. Operated by fourth and fifth generation farmers, it was a dairy farm until 2006. They are now raising beef and pork instead.  They operate for the public on Saturday and Sundays.  their address is 270 West Street, Belchertown, MA 01007.  It is about 17 miles east of Springfield.

Four Town Farm – Seekonk, MA.  A family owned 150 acre vegetable farm east of Providence, Rhode Island offering hayrides, small corn maze and PYO pumpkins. Learn more about what’s happening on the farm this Fall on their Facebook page.  The address is 90 George St., Seekonk, MA 02771.  It is about 12 miles northwest of Fall River.

R & C Farms- Simons – Scituate, MA.  They have their fall festival from around September 19th through the last weekend in October.  It features their pumpkin patch, corn maze, hayrides, moonwalk, and live music.  Their address is 253 Country Way, Scituate, MA 02066.  It is about 20 miles north of Plymouth.

Nessralla Farm – Halifax, MA.  An interest place with pumpkins, fresh vegetables in the field, and a Corn Maze Columbus Day Celebration.  They even have mud races in November.  Their address is 139 Hemlock Lane, Halifax, MA.  It is about 12 miles west of Plymouth.  Nessralla Farm has over 1532 Facebook likes.  A working agricultural farm with more than 400 acres with cornfield open in September and October. Night maze and hayrides on select evenings. Past themes involved Transformers Optimus Prime (2014), Ship (2013), Cars (2012) and Tribute to our Troops (2011).

Silverbrook Farm – Acushnet, MA.  Silverbrook has pumpkins, a bakery, tree farm, and ice cream.  They feature a Fall Harvest Festival starting the last weekend in September which runs through Halloween.  It features a horse drawn hayride, pony rides, kids corn maze, adult corn maze, live animals, pumpkin painting and more family fun.  Their address is 934 Main Street, Acushnet, MA 02743.  It is about 8 miles north of New Bedford.  Silverbrook Farm is a popular place with over 5,993 Facebook likes.

Sauchuk Farm – Plympton, MA.  This farm has a popular corn maze, pumpkin patch, with lots of farm activities like hayrides, cow train rides, duck races, jumping pillow, and more.  Their address is 53 Palmer Rd., Plympton, MA.  It is about 9 miles west of Plymouth.  Sauchuk Farm has over 3373 Facebook likes.

Back Acre Farms – Middleboro, MA.  Pick your own pumpkins from the ten acre patch at this family owned and operated Middleboro farm. Also enjoy a hayride and their two acre corn maze.  Activities start around September 19th.  They are open Saturday and Sunday in the fall.  The address is 194 South Main Street, Middleboro, MA.  It is about 16 miles west of Plymouth.

Billingsgate Farm – Plympton, MA.  A 75 acre farm south of Boston offering pumpkin picking from their patch, a corn maze, wagon rides, hay bale maze, live music, concessions and other fall farm fun.  The address is Rte. 106, 6 County Road, Plympton, MA 02367.  It is about 9 miles west of Plymouth.  Past themes included Pirate Adventure (2014), Rainforest and Cancer Awareness (2013) and Buy Fresh, Buy Local (2012).


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