New York Corn Mazes
Locate popular New York corn mazes on this directory page. We have more than 44 corn mazes. Visitors this fall can get lost in a daytime corn maze, the daylights scared out of them in haunted mazes with bloodied actors and actresses wielding weapons, as well as more difficult options such as flashlight and moonlight mazes. You’ll find options with small mazes designed for kids and large, challenging ones to keep adults occupied for a long time. And don’t forget about the other fall activities that occur on these farms including pumpkin patches, hayrides, farm animals and children’s activities. It’s one of the best parts of September and October!
Since corn is one of the top five agricultural products in New York, it was inevitable that some of the 36,000 farms would turn some of their 7 million acres of farmland into a corn maze for you to enjoy. Around $350 million of grain corn and corn silage is produced in New York every year. Many of these family farms also provide lots of fun entertainment. Many have pumpkin patches, live animals, hayrides, great food, and more. Most are open in September and October. Here is the list of New York corn mazes. Be sure to check out their website for further information, hours and prices.
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Elwood Pumpkin Farm – Huntington, NY. The most western pumpkin patch on Long Island. Pumpkin picking off the vine, hay rides and children’s corn maze. Open daily in season. You can also cut your own Christmas tree here. The address is 1500 E Jericho Turnpike, Huntington, NY. It is about 33 miles east of Queens.
Schmitt Family Farms – Dix Hills, NY. CBS 2 New York declared it one of the 7 best places for pumpkin picking in NY, NJ and Connecticut. In addition to the pumpkin field, there are hayrides, a pumpkin bounce house, haunted maze, haunted house, and trike play area. They also have roasted corn and apple cider. They are open Saturday and Sunday around September 19th through October 25th. The address is 6 Bagatelle Road, Dix Hills, NY 11746. It is about 31 miles east of Queens. Past maze themes include (2012) Robin Hood, and (2011) Statue of Liberty. At night, experience the Haunted Mansion of Melville and the haunted corn maze.
Hank’s Pumpkintown – Water Mill, NY – 7 Acres
2013 Theme: ?
2012 Theme: Farmers Feed Families
2011 Theme: “Buy Fresh, Buy Local”
Enjoy Hank’s Pumpkintown as a visitor of Hank and Lynne Kraszewski from mid-September to October. Try to find the exit at the three different mazes cut into this design. There’s also wagon rides, an apple orchard and pumpkin picking here.
Borellas Farm – Saint James, NY. A farm stand operating on Long Island for more than fifty years. Pick your own pumpkins from their field, hay rides, corn maze, face painting and inflatable rides during their Fall Harvest Festival every Saturday and Sunday in October. It is located at 485 Edgewood Avenue, St. James, NY. It is 5 miles south of Stony Brook.
May’s Farm – Wading River, NY. Find a perfect pumpkin in their pumpkin patch. Enjoy the tractor drawn hayrides and Amazing Corn Maze. Also they have pony rides, face painting and pumpkin decorating for kids on select weekends. They feature Halloween and Autumn decorations. The address is 6361 RT. 25A, Wading River, Long Island, NY. It is 65 miles east of Queens.
Suffolk County Farm – Yaphank, NY. The Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County hosts a Pumpkinfest for a weekend with wagon rides, corn maze, pumpkin picking and pumpkin decorating. They also hold an annual pumpkin catapult contest called the Pumpkin Fling. Pumpkinfest runs October 3-4 and Pumpkin Fling happens on October 24th. The address is 350 Yaphank Avenue, Yaphank, NY 11980. It is located 53 miles east of Queens.
Colonial Springs Farm – Wheatly Heights, NY
kiddie corn maze only
Windy Acres Farm – Calverton, NY. A fourth generation family farm offering u-pick pumpkins and apples in the fall. Also enjoy their corn maze and hayrides. The address is 3810 Middle Country Rd., Calverton, NY. It is about 22 miles west of Southampton.
Harbes Family Farm – Mattituck, NY. Enjoy fun pumpkin picking off the vine, Robin Hood Corn Maze, apple picking, wagon rides and pedal carts. They are open weekends starting September 6th through the end of October. The address is 715 Sound Avenue, Mattituck, NY. It is 23 miles north of Southampton, NY.
Fairview Farm – Bridgehampton, NY – 8 Acres
2013 Theme: ?
2012 Theme: Cat
2011 Theme: Corn
Lewin Farm – Baiting Hollow, NY. Pick your own pumpkins in late September and October. Lewin Farm is an 1100 acre family owned and operated farm on Long Island with apple picking and a 5 acre corn maze as well. The address is 812 Sound Avenue, Calverton, NY 11933. It is 67 miles east of Queens.
Finks Country Farm – Wading River, NY. A family owned farm operated for more than fifty years by the Finks. U-pick pumpkins, a 7 acre corn maze, hayrides, kiddy train rides and farm stand. Their fall festival runs weekends and include a corn cannon, pony rides, pumpkin slingshot, pig races, and live music. The address is 6242 Middle Country Rd., Wading River, NY 11792. It is about 60 miles east of Queens.
Harbes Farm & Vineyard – Jamesport, NY – 8 Acres
Haunted Corn Maze
2011 Theme: Wild West
Queen’s County Farm Museum – Floral Park, NY. They have a small field where you can pick pre-cut pumpkins. Other activities include hayrides, three acre corn maze and petting zoo. They also host an apple festival, children’s fall festival and haunted house on specific days. The Halloween Haunted House is open October 24th-25th. The Pumpkin Patch runs October 3rd-25th. The Amazing Maize Maze runs September 19th to October 25th. The farm is located at 73-50 Little Neck Parkway, Floral Park, NY 11004. It is about 12 driving miles east of downtown Queens. Past maze themes include (2012) Once Upon a Time, and (2011) Take Me Out To The Corn Field.
Stakey’s Pumpkin Farm – Aquebogue, NY. All 26 acres of pumpkin picking straight off the vine. All you can carry pumpkins for $25 or 59 cents per pound. The farm has been selling pumpkins since 1976. Hayrides past the maze and around the patch are $6 per person. Kids’ Korner has face painting, bounce house and pony rides. Three acre cornfield maze with trivia game for $6. Country Store has fall decorations and toys for kids. Stop by the Snack Shack for a meal or enjoy an ear of roasted corn. The address is 270 West Lane, Aquebogue, NY. It is about 18 miles east of Southampton, NY.
Liberty Ridge Farm – Schaghticoke, NY. A 100 acres of fall fun with 20 farm activities. Pumpkins can be picked from their patch or purchased pre-picked from the Farm Market. Find your way through the corn maze or right handed pumpkin maze. Some of the other activities available are the pumpkin cannon, pig races, cow train, jumping pillow and barnyard games. General admission is $12.50 per person with some activities available at an additional cost. Fall season begins around September 19th and runs until the second weekend in November 11. Special events are held every weekend. Closed on Mondays except Columbus Day and Veterans Day. Five haunted attractions including haunted house, haunted hayride and haunted corn maze. Admission to the Harvest Haunted Attractions is $19. It is available every Friday and Saturday night in October and Sunday night before Columbus Day. Their address is 29 Bevis Road, Schaghticoke, NY. It is about 25 miles north of Albany. Past maze themes include (2012) American Bald Eagle, and (2011) Hubble Telescope.
Pick a Pumpkin Pumpkin Patch – Esperance, NY. A pick your own pumpkin patch run by the VanDerwerken family for more than 25 years. Featured are hayrides, corn maze, farm animals, cider donuts, pedal carts, pumpkin cannon, hay tunnel, frisbee golf and four story tree house. Admission is $3 per person with children 2 and under free. Cash or check only. Closed on Sundays. Special event: 5K/2K Mud Run. They are open daily and closed Sundays starting the last weekend in September through October 31st. The address is 2716 Creek Rd., Esperance, NY 12066. It is about 38 miles west of Albany.
Ellms Family Farm – Ballston Spa, NY. Fall Festival starts Saturday, September 19th at this Saratoga County farm. They have a wide variety of pumpkins of different sizes, shapes and colors in their pick your own patch. Try some of their fresh baked homemade apple cider donuts. The large corn maze takes approximately 90 minutes to complete and solve the interactive maze puzzle. Two small mazes are available that take 15-20 minutes to complete and are perfect for families with young kids. Moonlight maze available for one special weekend in mid-to-late October. Other available activities include the jumping pillow, slides, corn kernel box, cow wagon ride, tractor tire jump, sandbox, trolley rides, farm animals, pedal carts, corn cannon, tetherball and obstacle course, among other options. Evening Halloween hayrides on Friday and Saturday nights designed for kids of all ages, with a stop midway through for cider and donuts. The address is 448 Charlton Road, Ballston Spa, NY 12020. It is located 32 miles north of Albany.
Ellms Family Farm – Ballston Spa, NY
Engelke Farm – Troy, NY. A family owned and operated fruit and vegetable farm with pick your own pumpkin patch, hayride, zip line, corn maze and haunted hayrides in the fall. The farm is located at 463 Garfield Rd, Troy, NY 12180. It is about 12 miles northeast of Albany.
Schuyler Farms – Schuylerville, NY
Haunted Corn Maze
2013 Theme: ?
2012 Theme: Halloween – A Trick and a Treat
2011 Theme: “An a-Maze-ing Tale” (castle & dragon)
Bellingers Orchard – Fultonville, NY. The Winnie/Bellinger farm has been in the same family since 1804. U-pick pumpkin patch and apple orchard for visitors who want a hands on experience. Cornfield maze is $3-5 with children five and under free. Hayrides through the orchard, patch and picnic area are available, weather permitting, on Saturdays and Sundays. Hay maze is also available for kids to play in while supervised by an adult. The address is 685 Argersinger Road, Fultonville, NY 12072. It is located about 46 miles west of Albany.
Kettle Farms – Hoosick Falls, NY. Fun with their ten acres of pumpkins with a 2 acre u-pick field. They also have a cut a 20 acre maze into their cornfield. Lookout bridge offers view of the cornfield and your progress. Shoot the extreme corn cannon or pumpkin slingshot through the target bullseye to win free admission to the maze. Giant hay maze and corn box for your kids to have more fun at the farm. Located just west of Bennington, Vermont. The address is 5154 Route 7, Hoosick Falls, NY. It is located about 30 miles east of Albany. Past maze themes include (2012) Alice in Wonderland, and (2011) Wizard of Oz.
Sand Flats Orchard – Fonda, NY. Go pumpkin picking in their field or purchase a pre-picked pumpkin. There are also u-pick and pre-picked apples as well. Hayrides available on weekends around their 100 acre farm. Educational maze offers visitors a new challenge through their cornfield every year. The farm animals can’t wait for you to visit and show them some attention. Bakery offers cider donuts, fudge, pies and more delicious treats. A family owned and operated farm by the Hoffmans. The address is 371 Martin Road, Fonda, NY 12068. It is about 45 miles northwest of Albany.
Northern New York
Tucker Farms – Gabriels, NY. A family owned and operated potato farm with pumpkin patch and corn maze located 15 minutes from Saranac Lake and 20 minutes north of Lake Placid. Home of the Great Adirondack Corn Maze for more than 10 years. Wagon ride tours of the pumpkin patch. The address is 112 Hobart Road, Gabriels, NY.
Fort Ticonderoga Heroic Maze – Ticonderoga, NY – 6 Acres
After you see historic Fort Ticonderoga, the location of battles during the French and Indian War as well as the American Revolutionary War, there’s a corn maze for you to enjoy! The Fort Ticonderoga corn maze will reopen on August 15, 2013. There’s two different phases to the maze. Try your hand at the archaeology scavenger hunt and see if you can find the eight stations hidden in the corn maze. Once a month, you can bring your flashlight to the maze for an evening at its “Maze by Moonlight” night. Or get dressed up on October 26th for the costume parade and candy quest.
Country Dreams Farm – Plattsburgh, NY. A working farm with fall fun for the whole family. Enjoy the pick your own pumpkin patch, corn maze, and hay rides. There is also a corn house and kids’ play area. Special Event: aMAZEing halloWINE. They also feature weddings, sleigh rides, and summer events. Their address is 260 Pellerin Road, Plattsburgh, NY 12901. It is about 104 miles north of Lake George, NY.
Wright Family Farm – Warwick, NY. They have pick your own pumpkins, a hayride, corn maze, and Christmas trees. They are generally open every day in October. Their address is 329 Kings Highway, Warwick, NY. It is about 60 miles north of New York City.
Poughkeepsie – Newburgh – Kingston
Hurds Family Farm – Modena, NY. Spend an entire day at Hurds. They feature their party tents, campfires, walking trails, 120 acre apple orchard, corn maze, hayrides, cow train, and pumpkin patches. The address is 2187 State Route 32, Modena, NY 12548. It is about 13 miles west of Poughkeepsie.
Jenkins & Lueken Orchards – New Paltz, NY. Enjoy some of the best apples, a corn maze, and of course a pumpkin patch. The address is 69 Yankee Folly Rd., New Paltz, NY 12561. It is about 16 miles west of Poughkeepsie.
Kelders Farm – Kerhonkson, NY. Find more pick your own, corn maze, petting zoo, farm market, pumpkins, greenhouse, mini golf, and fall fun. The address is 5755 Route 209, Kerhonkson, NY. It is about 25 miles west of Poughkeepsie.
Wright Family Farm – Warwick, NY. They have pick your own pumpkins, a hayride, corn maze, and Christmas trees. They are generally open every day in October. Their address is 329 Kings Highway, Warwick, NY. It is about 60 miles north of New York City. Past maze themes include (2012) Tractor and Wagon, and (2011) Vintage Truck.
Kesicke Farm – Rhinebeck, NY. Enjoy pumpkin picking, corn maze, hay rides, hay maze and a balloon launcher. Fall activities start around September 19th. The address is 221 Middle Road, Rhinebeck, NY 12572. It is located about 20 miles north of Poughkeepsie.
Catskill Corn Maze – Hurley, NY
Haunted Corn Maze
2013 Theme: ?
2012 Theme: Mayan Calendar
2011 Theme: Navy Seals
Wallkill View Farm Market – New Paltz, NY. They are open every day in October with a corn maze, pumpkin picking, hay bale tunnel, Halloween décor, and fall vegetables. They also have a bakery, garden center, and market onsite. On weekends they have a free hay ride, free apple cider, and pumpkin decorating. The address is 15 Route 299 West, New Paltz, NY 12561. It is about 13 miles west of Poughkeepsie.
Apple Ridge Orchards – Warwick, NY. Enjoy their pick your own pumpkin patch, apple orchard and peach orchard. Ride the hayrides, farm animals and taste the fresh apple cider. They also feature a corn maze. The pumpkins are ready around September 19th. It is located at 101 Jessup Road, Warwick, NY 10990. It is located about 50 miles southwest of Poughkeepsie.
Barton Orchards – Poughquag – 5 acres
2014 Theme: Mazes in the Movies
Cunningham Family Farms – Swan Lake, NY. They feature family events, a pick your own pumpkin farm with a barnyard play area, hay ride, corn maze, and obstacle course. The address is 233 Hurd and Parks Road, Swan Lake, NY 12783. It is about 70 miles west of Poughkeepsie.
Pierson Bicentinial Farm – Middletown, NY. A natural beef farm with u-pick pumpkins, corn maze, farm animals and fright nights.
The Great Pumpkin Farm – Clarence, NY. Have fun with pre-picked pumpkins, horse drawn wagon rides, corn maze, amusement rides, petting zoo, hay maze and playground. Talent contests, photo contests and various other competitions like pumpkin decorating, pie eating and scarecrow making. Lots of special events on weekends like the Zombie Mud Run, Oinktoberfest BBQ Cookoff, Pumpkin Special Olympics and World Pumpkin Weigh Off. Special exotic animal zoo and pony rides available during select festival weekends. Open daily from September 12 to October 31, 2015. During non-holiday weekdays, there is no admission charge. Admission for festival weekends is $5 per person. Attractions are priced individually. The address is 11199 Main Street, Clarence, NY 14031. It is about 19 miles east of downtown Buffalo.
Pawlowsky Family Farm – Great Valley, NY. Also known as Pumpkinville this 200 acre Western New York farm near Elcottville has 25 acres of fun for visitors. It includes a pick your own pumpkin patch, hayrides, 6 acre corn maze. Take a hayride around the farm for $3.50 each. Other activities include gem mining, goat mountain, cow train ($3.50) and corn cannon (3 shots for $1) Get lost in the six acre corn maze ($3.50) and you might just find all of the hidden posts. Try their sweet and spiced apple cider from their 100+ year old antique cider mill built in 1898. Helicopter rides weather permitting on October weekends. The address is 4844 Sugartown Road, Great Valley, NY 14731. It is about 57 miles south of downtown Buffalo.
Kelkenberg Farm of Akron – Akron, NY. Enjoy the horse drawn hayrides and pick your own pumpkins off the vine from a 3.5 acre section of their 15 acre pumpkin field. Also a five acre cornfield maze, self guided farm animal tour and kids’ pony rides. Pumpkin picking starts the last weekend in September and happens every weekend in October plus Columbus Day. A family owned and operated agritourism farm run by Andy and Marilyn Kelkenberg, and family, since 1981. It was previously owned by Andy’s grandparents. The address is 12607 Stage Rd., Akron, NY 14001. It is about 23 miles east of Buffalo.
Emerald Green Acres – Wheatfield, NY
2013 Theme: ?
2012 Theme: If I Only Had a Brain
2011 Theme: “Local Farms, Local Food”
Ressler Farms – Arcade, NY
2011 & 2012 Theme: Tractor/agriculture
Chase Farms Market – Fairport, NY. Pick your own pumpkins generally start the last weekend in September and last through October. They provide weekend wagon rides and there is also a corn maze to get lost in. Chase Farms Market is a small fruit farm located in Monroe County owned by Robert and John Chase. The address is 459 Pannell Rd., Fairport, NY 14450. It is about 17 miles southeast of Rochester.
Stokoe Farms – Scottsville, NY. The pumpkin patch is open Saturdays and Sundays in October. Take a wagon ride to the patch where you can pick your pumpkins off the vine. Other activities include the corn maze, farm animals and straw fort with slide. The address is 656 South Road, Scottsville, NY 14546. It is about 19 miles southwest of Rochester.
Long Acres Farm – Macedon, NY – 5 Acres
2014 Theme: The Star Spangled Banner
2013 Theme: ?
2012 Theme: Get Lost in a Book
2011 Theme: Big Top Circus
Zarpentine Farms – Hilton, NY
2013: Opened September 13th!
2012: Did not open
2011 Theme: Survivor (TV show)
Rochester Corn Maze – Fairport, NY – 5 Acres
2011 Theme: Triceratops and T-Rex
Wickham Farms – Penfield, NY. The Wickham family has been farming pumpkins since 1986 when they began Wickham Farms. They grew their first corn maze in 1992 and still grow a three acre corn maze annually. Other activities include hayrides around the pumpkin field, mini golf, jumping pillows and batting cages. The address is 1821 Fairport Nine Mile Point Road, Penfield, NY 14526. It is about 11 miles east of Rochester.
Pick’n Patch – Stanley, NY – 8 Acres
2013 Theme: ?
2012 Theme: Spookley and Friends
2011 Theme: Pumpkins of the Carribean
T-Burg Mini Golf – Trumansburg, NY
Haunted Corn Maze
2013 Theme: ?
2012 Theme: Golf
2011 Theme: Haunted house
Abbott Farms – Baldwinsville, NY. Pumpkin patch prices are based on size and range from $1 to $12 with a 50% increase for specialty pumpkins. Corn maze is open August through October. On weekends, it is $7 and on weekends it is included in the price of admission. Flashlight maze on Friday nights in October. Pick your own apples and enjoy the apple cider from their cider press. They have a variety of apples ready for picking in September and October. Wagon rides, bounce house and apple cannon are also available on the farm. Country Store sells bakery items, fudge, ice cream and other items. Fall festival admission is $7 per person for ages 3 and up with a group discount available. Parking is free. The address is 3275 Cold Springs Road, Baldwinsville, NY 13027. It is located about 11 miles northwest of Syracuse.
Katies Pumpkin Patch – Baldwinsville, NY. Third generation family farm that has had a u-pick pumpkin patch for sixteen years. All pumpkins in the patch are $2. $1 hayrides on Sundays and free corn maze with any purchase. Not open on Saturday. There are two pumpkin fields, so you should call to see which field they are picking from on the day you are visiting. Phone (315) 638-0876. It is located about 12 miles north of Syracuse.
Remsen Depot – Remsen, NY – 6 Acres
2013 Theme: ?
2012 Theme: Celtic Knot
2011 Theme: Welsh knight and castle
Ontario Orchards – Oswego, NY. A u-pick farm with apple orchard and pumpkins. Open Saturday and Sunday from mid-September to mid-October. Hayrides, cider mill press, corn maze and other fall farm activities for kids. Kick off fall with their Fall Jamboree. The address is 7735 State Route 104, Oswego, NY 13126. It is about 40 miles north of Syracuse.
Behling Orchards – Mexico, NY. A 160 acre farm with u-pick apple orchard and a small pumpkin patch. Hayrides, cider mill and haunted house. On the weekends, they have pony rides, children’s train ride, carousel, haunted maze, kids corn maze and inflatables. Located in Oswego County north of Syracuse. Free admission and free parking. It is located at 114 Potter Road, Mexico, NY. They are about 39 miles north of Syracuse.
The Hollow – Syracuse, NY. Fifteen acres of pumpkin in their u-pick patch. Visit with the farm animals, get lost in the corn maze or take a wagon ride around the patch. Kids can jump on the hay mound, play in the corn bin or get free face painting on weekends. Open weekends in September and daily in October. The address is 3735 W. Seneca Turnpike, Syracuse, NY. It is about 7 miles southwest of downtown Syracuse.
Meadeville Farm – Seneca Falls, NY. A working farm with more than 50 varieties of pumpkins in nearly every imaginable color. Buy a pumpkin, paint a pumpkin free. Other activities include haunted corn maze, bounce house, petting zoo, face painting, spooky sheet maze and bean bag toss. Pumpkin swirl brownies, pumpkin pie and other desserts made with local products. Open on weekends from the third weekend in September through Halloween. The address is 1863 Auburn Rd., Seneca Falls, NY 13148. It is about 38 miles west of Syracuse.
Stittville Fire Department Corn Maze – Marcy, NY
2011 Theme: USA (Statue of Liberty, Eagle)
Critz Farms – Cazenovia, NY. Pick your own and pre-picked apples and pumpkins. Tractor pulled wagon rides to the patch on weekends or a short walk on weekdays. Pre-picked pumpkins and fall decorations are available near the barn. Corn maze, kids pedal tractors and playground. Over 25 animals in the farm animal area. Live music and entertainment on weekends. Fresh sweet apple cider and winery tasting room. The Fall Harvest Festival runs from mid-September through the last weekend in October. On weekdays, farmyard activity area is $3 and maze is $4 (combo: $6). Admission on weekends is $7.50 or $30 maximum per car for a family. Seniors are $5. Paid admission gets you a Season Pass with unlimited free admission on future visits. Special events include farm equipment show, cyclocross bike races, magic show, pedal tractor pull and haunted barn for little monsters. The address is 3232 Rippleton Road, Cazenovia, NY 13035. It is located about 23 miles southeast of Syracuse.
Iron Kettle Farm – Candor, NY. We believe they have u-pick pumpkins in addition to the available pre-picked pumpkins. Enjoy a corn maze, pedal tractors, hay rides, spook barn, pumpkin sling shot, trike track, pedal tractor obstacle course, inflatable bounce house, miniature train, farm animals and more farm fun. Pumpkin donuts, candy apples and hot cider await you at the farm. Located 15 minutes outside of Ithaca. The address is 707 Owego Rd., Candor, NY 13743. It is about 29 miles west of Binghamton.
Stoughton Farm – Newark Valley, NY
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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