Find our complete list of New Hampshire corn mazes below. Take a drive through New England, view the scenic fall foliage, and spend a few hours lost in a NH cornfield. Classic tractor pulled hayrides, pumpkin picking and delicious foods also await those guests lucky enough to be spending the day on the farm.
Central New Hampshire
Moulton Maze – Meridith, NH – 7 Acres
2013 Theme: ?
2012 Theme: Tractor
2011 Theme: No Farmers No Food
Austin Moulton started farming here in 1883. It was a cattle ranch for the first 50 years, and a dairy farm until 1966. They’ve had a corn maze since 2000.
Sherman Farm – East Conway, NH – 12 Acres, Multiple Mazes
2013 Theme: Stand Up to Cancer
2012 Theme: Go Team American Chunker!
2011 Theme: Stanley Cup
Sherman Farm is a third generation dairy and vegetable farm that began in 1964. There are three phases of cornfusion. At night in October, the maze becomes haunted.
Beans and Greens Farmstand – Gilford, NH – 4 Acres
This maze is created to be difficult rather than appealing from the air. Special section for young children and plenty of challenges for the older. The maze is open on Friday and Saturday night from 8-10 pm for some after dark fun. The farm also has barnyard animals to visit, free hayrides to the cornfield on busy weekends, and a haymaze for little ones in the greenhouse. Fruit smoothies, deli, bakery onsite along with fresh produce.
2013 Theme: Families and Fun
2012 Theme: Olympics
2011 Theme: Alex’s 2011 Corn Maze
Piermont Plant Pantry – Piermont, NH – 2 Acres
A family farm dating back to the early 1800s. I don’t see any mention of one on their website or facebook page but I have seen other websites reference a maze there.
Riverview Farm – Plainfield, NH – 2 Acres
Maze offers intrigue and daytime fun for both kids and adults. Bring your own flashlight to get scared in their haunted cornfield on the Friday and Saturday night before Halloween. Horse drawn wagon hayrides on weekends starting September 1st. Pick your own apples, pumpkin picking and homemade apple cider also await. Owned and operated by the Franklin family; they have been farming the land for more than 30 years. Located next to the Connecticut River, you can enjoy the view of the river while sitting on the barn deck.
Nashua – Manchester
The Dark Crop/a> – Hollis, NH – 8 Acres
This is a haunted maze open for ten evenings in October at Lavoie’s Farm. Guests take a self-guided tour trough the cornfield with a provided flashlight. The event supports local improv students.
Coppal House – Lee, NH – 6.5 Acres
2013 Theme: Salamander
2012 Theme: Bunnies
2011 Theme: Turtle Maze
Coppal House Farm is a 78-acre family farm within an hour of Boston and Portland, Maine. The cornfield maze will open for the season in late August 2013. After you get lost, enjoy a wagon ride or find a pumpkin.
Beech Hill Farm – Hopkinton, NH – 3 Mazes each 4 Acres
2013 Theme: Superstitions, Boston Bruins and Farm-a-Rama.
2012 Themes: The Appalachian Trail, The White House Challenge, and 100 Year Anniversaries
2011 Theme: Unsolved Mysteries
The ninth generation family farm of the Kimball family. Maze is open daily (weather permitting) from August 1 until Halloween. Also a one mile nature trail and ice cream.
Lull Maze – Hollis, NH – 3 Acres
Get lost Friday through Sunday in their three acre cornfield. The price of admission to the maze is $5 per person. Open in September and October. Pick your own apples at the Hollis location. Annual carved pumpkin lighting allows you to view hundreds of carved and lit pumpkins. Farm animal petting area has cows, pigs, goats, sheep and more.
Trombly Gardens – Milford, NH – 2 Acres
Corn maze open daily during the fall season until dusk. Night maze is open on Saturday evenings until 10 pm in October but they stop allowing people to enter around 9 PM. Maze admission is $4-5 with children under 3 free. On Saturday and Sunday, hay rides are included with admission. About the farm: Trombly Gardens is located at Sunny Prairie Farms, a chicken and dairy farm that transitioned into a produce and beef farm with seasonal farm stand.
Washburn’s Windy Hill Orchard – Greenville, NH
They let you test your navigation skills in their 4.5 acre cornfield for some cornfusing fun. Purchase a bag and pick your own apples from the tree. Or search for the perfect pumpkin for carving, eating or decorating from their field. Hayrides to the patch and orchard are available on weekends, weather permitting. Or walk to the patch and visit the farm animals on the way. Gift shop offers fall decorations, country crafts and local food products for sale. Bakery has delicious apple pies, hot apple crisp with ice cream (weekends) and other homemade baked goods. Open daily in September and October.