Below you will find our list of Massachusetts corn mazes. Don’t forget to check out their website for additional information, hours and prices.
Boston Corn Mazes
Connors Farm – Danvers, MA – 10 Acres, Multiple Mazes
2013 Theme: Welcome to the Jungle
2012 Theme: The Witches of Salem
2011 Theme: Salem Village – Headless Horseman
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.
Marini Corn Maze – Ipswich, MA – 8 Acres, Multiple Mazes
2013 Theme: Dinosaurs – T-Rex on The Loose
2012 Theme: Space Exploration
2011 Theme: 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. It will be open September 7, 2013 to November 2, 2013. Admission is $10 for adults and $8 for kids. Flashlight nights are $11.
Crescent Farm – Haverhill, MA – 4 Acres
A 350 acre working farm north of Boston near the New Hampshire border. 4 acre maze, pumpkin patch, hay rides and farm animals.
Goss Farm – Dunstable, MA – 5 Acres
2013 Theme: Did not open.
2012 Theme: Travis Roy Foundation
2011 Theme: Childrens Hospital Boston
They were closed in 2013 but their facebook page says they will reopen in May 2014. I do not know if they will redo their maze in the fall. Be sure to check with them!
Kimball Farm – Haverhill, MA – 4 Acres
2013 Theme: Boston Strong
2012 Theme: Tractor
2011 Theme: Champions
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.
Krochmal Farm – Tewksbury, MA – 7 Acres
A family farm since the turn of the 20th Century that is owned and operated by the Cave family. Pumpkin festival features cornfield maze, hayrides, pony rides and petting area.
Davis Mega Maze – Sterling, MA – 8 Acres
Haunted Corn Maze
2013 Theme: National Treasure, Conspiracy Theory
2012 Theme: Clue
2011 Theme: Blackbeard’s Revenge
Larry Davis began his first maze here in 1995 with a small children’s maze. 2013 will make their 16th maze. They are designed by famous English maze designer Adrian Fisher. Davis Farmland also has pick your own apples and pumpkins.
West End Creamery – Whitinsville, MA – 5 Acres, Multiple Mazes
2013 Theme: ?
2012 Theme: USA Elected Democracy
2011 Theme: Celebrate the New England Ice Cream and Restaurant Association
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.
Schartner Farm – Bolton, MA – 5 Acres
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 – 5 Acres
2013 Theme: Island, ship, dolphin
A family owned and operated fruit and vegetable farm started in 1953. Cornfusion starts Labor Day weekend with separate haunted maze in October. Tractor driven wagon rides, pick your own apples and pumpkins.
Mike’s Maze at Warner Farm – Sunderland, MA – 6 Acres
2013 Theme: Salvador Dali
2012 Theme: The Sower’s Banquet
2011 Theme: Noah Webster – Dictionary
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.
Hicks Family Farm – Charlemont, MA – 5 (expanding to 7) Acres
2013 Theme: Oz
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.
Rolling Acres – Southampton, MA – 7-10 Acres
Cornfield maze, mini golf, jumping pillow and water tag.
Flint Farm – Mansfield, MA – 3 Acres
Nessralla Farm – Halifax, MA – 8 Acres
2013 Theme: Ship
2012 Theme: Cars
2011 Theme: Tribute To Our Troops
A working agricultural farm with more than 400 acres with cornfield open in September and October. Night maze and hayrides on select evenings. Pick your own pumpkin, live music, pony rides, bounce houses and hay rides.
Sauchuk Farm – Plympton, MA – 8 Acres, Multiple Mazes
2013 Theme: JFK
A 100+ acre fruit and vegetable farm which opens its cornfield for people who want to get lost in 2014 on September 20th. Haywagon rides, 15 acre pumpkin patch, cow train, jumping pillow, corn cannon, and pedal carts.
Billingsgate Farm – Plympton, MA – 3+ Acres
2013 Theme: Rainforest and Cancer Awareness
2012 Theme: Buy Fresh, Buy Local
Open September 15th through November 1st, 2014. Flashlight nights on October 25, 26 and 31, 2014, when the hours will be extended until 9 PM. Grain train offers rides to the maze or pick your own pumpkin patch.