Pennsylvania Corn Mazes
Here is the list of Pennsylvania corn mazes including numerous options for Philadelphia and Pittsburgh residents. Be sure to check out their website for further information, hours and prices. Find popular mazes in Reading, Allentown, Harrisburg, and more large cities. Most start their activities in September and run them through Halloween. Many have pumpkins, farm animals, kids activities, haunts, and so much more include fresh air and food.
Coolspring – Mercer, PA – 10 Acres
Open Friday through Sunday starting September 12, 2014. Past mazes featured the American Cowboy (2013), American Farmer (2012) and American Heroes (2011). General admission is $9.95 which includes the corn maze. Other fun, farm activities include the hay ride and hay maze, among other things. Some activities like the mechanical bull and gemstone mining, cow train, pony rides, pumpkin blaster are an additional $5 each.
Location: 537 Franklin Road, Mercer, Pennsylvania 16137
Irons Mill Farmstead – New Wilmington, PA
A family farm located in Western Pennsylvania. Open weekends for a month long fall festival, 10 acre corn maze and pumpkins. The theme for the maze was the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2013 and the 910th Airlift Wing in 2012. Pumpkins are brought into their meadow from a nearby patch. Prices range from $3 to $7. Activities include pumpkin slingshot, corn box, straw mountain, super slide, rubber duck races, jumping pillow, pony rides (weekends in October) and pumpkin painting. The Farm Barnstead includes farm animals and Grandma Kettle’s Kitchen has kettle corn, hot apple cider and other snacks.
Port Farms – Waterford, PA – 8 Acres
Shenot Farm – Wexford, Pennsylvania. A sustainable farm located 16 miles north of Pittsburgh. On weekends in the fall, they offer free hayrides to their patch and corn maze. They grow 25 varieties of apples, including several that ripen during pumpkin season. Try their apple cider, which was awarded first place at the apple cider contest at the Mid-Atlantic Fruit and Vegetable Convention. They also make fifty varieties of homemade fudge. This Wexford farm has been operated by the Shenot family since 1854. Open the last weekend in September and every weekend in October, plus Columbus Day. They are physically located at 3754 Wexford Run Road, Marshall Township, PA.
For All Family Farms – Butler, Pennsylvania. Pumpkinpalooza is the annual October fall festival at For All Family Farms. Find a jack o’lantern at the pumpkin patch, take a hayride and get lost in the cornfield. A variety of other activities include the kiddie village, pumpkin painting, , pumpkin bowling, pumpkin sling shot, hay tunnel, corn slide, bounce house, corn slide and face painting. They also hold the Fear Farm haunted attraction on weekends in October. The address is 328 Hoon Road, Butler, PA. They are 46 miles northeast of Pittsburgh.
Schramm Farms & Orchards – North Huntingdon, Pennsylvania. This Jeannette farm’s fall festival has a pick your own pumpkin field, play hay and corn stalk maze. It is open the last weekend in September through the last weekend in October. There are also pony rides and hay rides. The market offers apple cider made from their own apples. A family owned and operated farm that has been growing fresh fruits and vegetables in the Pittsburgh area since 1864. The address is 1002 Blank Road, Jeannette, PA. It is 24 miles east of Pittsburgh.
Reilly’s Summer Seat Farm – Mount Nebo, Pennsylvania. Summer Seat Farm has a fall harvest festival open weekends in October. Admission is $7 per person. They operate a pumpkin patch with hayrides, cornstalk maze, petting zoo, pony rides, face painting and pedal go carts. Located in the North Hills at 1120 Roosevelt Road, Pittsburgh, PA., just 10 miles from downtown Pittsburgh.
Sisson’s Pumpkin Patch – Girard, Pennsylvania. Enjoy their corn maze, hay ride, pedal karts, corn box, slides, hay fort, obstacle course and logic maze. Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday, plus Columbus Day, from September 19th until October 25th, 2015. Admission is $4.50 for seniors and $7 for ages three and up. Pumpkin slingshots are available at an additional cost. The patch has been providing fall fun for families since 2010. Their family has owned the property since 1966. Their address is 11244 Springfield Road, Girard, PA 16417. It is 24 miles west of Erie.
Allentown – Bethlehem
Seiple Farms – Bath, Pennsylvania. Pick your own pumpkins starting the last weekend in September at this family owned and operated farm since 1889. Other activities include an 18 acre cornfield maze, hayrides, pony rides, a haunted barn and farm animals. The address is 5761 Nor Bath Boulevard, Bath, PA. The farm is 10 miles northeast of Allentown. The corn maze consists of 3 miles of trails within the 18 acre field. It takes approximately one hour and fifteen minutes to complete. Past themes have featured St. Luke’s Hospital (2014), Corn (2013), Red Robin (2012) and Snoopy (2011).
Raub Farm – Easton, PA – 14 Acres, Multiple Mazes
2014 Theme: Mummy
The Raub Family has been farming in the Palmer Township area since 1928. There are three paths with 6 miles of trail through their 14 acres of cornfusion. Past themes have included Castle and Court Jester (2013), Scarecrow and Pumpkins (2012) and Medusa (2011). Enjoy a hayride around the cornfield or a trip to the pumpkin patch.
Location: 1459 Tatamy Road, Palmer Township, Easton, PA 18045
Bear Rock Junction – New Tripoli, PA – NO MAZE IN 2014
They are doing crop rotation so there weill be no corn maze in 2014. They play on returning in 2015. Normally, they have 4 miles of trails through their corn. Hayrides, scavenger hunt games, super trike races and launching apples. Bear Rock Junction also offers mini golf and go karts.
Location: 8181 Route 309, New Tripoli, PA
Grim’s Greenhouse – Breinigsville, PA – 6 Acres
They opened Sept 2nd for PYO apples but the corn maze and fall festival open September 20, 2014. Their fall festival includes a 6 acre cornfield maze with flashlight maze nights (Friday and Saturdays). Pick your own pumpkin patch, apple orchard and hayride tours. Play corral and petting zoo.
Location: 9941 Schantz Road, Breinigsville, PA 18031
Savidge Farms – Mertztown, Pennsylvania. Enjoy a hayride to the pumpkin field this fall at Savidge Farms. There is also a corn field maze, miniature golf course and farm animals. It is a 250 acre agricultural farm convenient to locations in Berks and Lehigh Counties. The address is 1710 State Street, Mertztown, PA 19539. This farm is 16 miles southwest of Allentown.
AGA Farms – Perkasie, Pennsylvania. Thousands of pumpkins in over a dozen varieties available to pick in all different shapes, sizes, weights and colors. There are also two small corn mazes (two acres and .75 acres) and a thirty minute tractor drawn wagon hayride through their 100 acre Bucks county farm. The address is 1333 Elephant Road, Perkasie, PA 18944. This is 23 miles southeast of Allentown.
Walker’s Tree Farm – Lehighton, Pennsylvania. A 200 acre, fourth generation family farm that opens starting the first weekend in October for pumpkin picking. Belgium Horse Drawn Hayrides the first two weekends in October. Corn maze, hay maze, balloon launcher and farm animals also available for families to enjoy while visiting. It is located at 308 Spruce Street, Lehighton, PA 18235. This is about 23 miles northwest of Allentown.
Mazezilla – Saylorsburg, Pennsylvania. An eleven acre corn maze at Klingel’s Farm with pumpkin picking, hayride, mountain slides and farm animals. The location is at 415 Old State Route 115, Saylorsburg, PA. This is 28 miles northeast of Allentown.
Old Homestead Tree Farm – Lehighton, Pennsylvania. This tree farm offers a pumpkin picking patch on weekends in October with hay rides, pony rides, boat rides and corn maze. It has been a farm since the late 1700s. The address is 1165 Stroh’s Valley Rd., Lehighton, PA 18235. They are 31 miles north of Allentown.
Seiple Farms – Bath, Pennsylvania. Pick your own pumpkins starting the last weekend in September at this family owned and operated farm since 1889. Other activities include an 18 acre cornfield maze, hayrides, pony rides, a haunted barn and farm animals. The address is 5761 Nor Bath Boulevard, Bath, PA. The farm is 10 miles northeast of Allentown.
Mast Farms – Morgantown, Pennsylvania. The main feature is the three mazes cut within 12 acres of corn. However, they also have a pumpkin patch with the all you can carry pumpkin challenge. They also have a hay ride, straw mountain, zip lines, pumpkin painting and petting zoo. They are open Friday and Saturdays starting around September 12th. The address is 2715 Main Street, Morgantown, PA 19543. This is 16 miles south of Reading. Farm is run by third generation potato farmers who grow lots of other produce. There corn mazes as well as a soybean maze for kids and straw bale mazes. Past maze themes have included Conestoga Wagon (2014), No Farms, No Food (2013), Reading Phillies (2012) and Deere Country (2011). Enjoy the petting zoo, zip line, pumpkin painting or a hay ride while you are there.
Wilcox Farms – Boyertown, PA – 25 Acres, Multiple Mazes
Opens September 12, 2014. There are over 8 miles of trails through the 25 acres of corn here. For small children, there is a mini maze as well as a hay bale maze. Enjoy a hay ride too!
Location: 1134 Reading Avenue, Boyertown, PA 19512
Lancaster – York – Harrisburg
Seyfert’s – Lebanon, PA – 14 Acres
Opens September 26, 2014. Started by Kyle Seyfert as a high school agricultural education project and has grown into a popular corn maze. It is illuminated so you can also go through it at night. While you are there, enjoy the corn box, giant slingshots and a hayride around a 100 acre dairy farm.
Location: 1800 East King Street, Lebanon, PA 17042
Maize Quest Fun Park – New Park, Pennsylvania. Pick your own pumpkin off the vine. They grow more than 10,000 pumpkins, priced at 75 cents per pound with a maximum charge of $10. So every pumpkin on the farm is priced at $10 or less. Guests get a free wagon ride to the pumpkins on Saturdays and Sundays during daylight hours. The 2014 theme for the corn maze is Secret Agent. Flashlight nights will tempt guests into the maze on Friday and Saturday. Fall Farm Admission is $8-10 per person and includes 25+ Fun Park activities, corn maze and hayride (in pumpkin season). Fun Park activities include mazes, punchin’ pumpkins, pedal karts, cow train and gem mining. The farm also offers a u-pick apple orchard, with a total of 28 acres of apple trees. The location is 2885 New Park Road, New Park, PA 17352. It is 55 miles south of Harrisburg. This is the original Maize Quest that was founded by Hugh McPherson in 1997. In addition to flashlight nights at the corn maze on Friday and Saturday, there are over 30 other attractions at this fun park. Past maze themes have included Secret Agent (2014), Gladiator, Journey to Ancient Rome (2013), Mayan Mystery (2012) and The Adventures of Robin Hood (2011).
Risser-Marvel Farm Market – Annville, Pennsylvania. A family owned business in Lebanon Country growing 40 acres of fruits and vegetables. Pumpkin picking from their patch is available in season. Games, clues and secret decoders help visitors make their way through the cornfield maze. Other family events include hayrides, rubber duck races, corn box and trike track. Their location is at 2425 Horseshoe Pike, Annville, PA 17003. It is 19 miles east of Harrisburg.
Cherry Crest Farm – Ronks, PA – 5 Acres
2014 Theme: Music through the Ages
2013 Theme: Set Sail
2012 Theme: Batter UP!! …..All things Baseball!
2011 Theme: Once Upon a Time..a Corny Tale
Average time to complete the maze with 2.5 miles of trails, scenic bridges and clues is one hour. Flashlight maze offered on Friday and Saturday evenings in the fall. 50+ farm fun activities in the barnyard and courtyard. Fall harvest festival offers additional activities like pumpkin picking, pony rides, corn cannon, face painting for an additional cost.
Location: 150 Cherry Hill Road, Ronks, PA 17572
Flinchbaugh’s Orchard and Farm Market – Ducktown, PA – 5 Acres
2014 Theme: Bee and Hive
2013 Theme: Flying High in a Balloon
2012 Theme: Hog Heaven
2011 Theme: Castle
Location: 110 Ducktown Road, Hellam, PA 17406
Corn maze with scavenger hunt. Cost is $5 for adults and $4 for kids ages 3-12. Pick your own pumpkin patch and apple orchard, pumpkin painting, wagon rides, corn boxes, face painting, trike course, children’s games and activities.
Oregon Dairy – Lititz, PA
2014 Theme: Hayride
Cornfield opens September 19, 2014. On Friday and Saturday evenings, it is a bring your own flashlight maze. Past themes have featured Barnyard Chaos (2013), Corny-copia (2012), and Oregon Dairy (2011). Tractor and wagon ride to the pumpkin patch, pumpkin painting, tractor barrel rides and pedal tractor rides. Oregon Dairy is a working Lancaster County farm started by Mr. and Mrs. Earl D. Hurst.
Location: 2900 Oregon Pike, Lititz, PA 17543
Paulus Orchards – Dillsburg, PA – 6 Acres
2014 Theme: A flower and a honey bee
Get lost in 2014 starting on Labor Day Weekend 2014. Past themes have included Butterfly (2013), Fun at a Farm (2012) and Noah’s Ark (2011). Flashlight mazes on Friday and Saturday evenings in October. Pick your own apples and pumpkins also available. Wagon rides, pedal karts, playgrounds, cow train, tether balls and tube slides. Owned by Don and Karen Paulus, who bought the orchard in 1999.
Location: 522 E. Mount Airy Rd., Dillsburg, PA 17019
Stoner’s Dairy Farm – Mercersburg, PA – 5 Acres
2014 Theme: Wild West
Opened August 30, 2014. A Franklin County dairy farm founded in 1942 that runs a 5 acre corn maze. Last year’s theme was a castle. On Friday nights, they do flashlight nights or haunted maze nights (near Halloween). Hayrides, petting zoo, play area and corn cannon. Special events: They hold a Miss Harvest Farm Festival Pageant and a cornhole tournament.
Location: 7678 Oellig Road • Mercersburg, PA 17236
Fields of Adventure – Aspers, Pennsylvania. Free hayrides to the patch for pumpkin picking in the fall. Pumpkins are priced at 50 cents per pound with a maximum price of $10. Seven acre corn mazes and a smaller one acre maze for young children. Enter the maze on Friday and Saturday nights in October for flashlight nights. Hayrides, stocked catch and release fishing pond, corn box, sorghum maze, obstacle course and zipline. General admission is $6-8 per person with pumpkins, fishing rod rentals, zip line and concession items extra. Open weekends starting in early September and ending in early November. Also open holidays and Fridays in October. The address is 64 Tree Lane, Aspers, PA. It is 30 miles southwest of Harrisburg.
Paulus Farm Market – Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. A u pick pumpkin patch on Saturdays and Sundays beginning in mid-September. Tractor-pulled hayrides, corn maze (approximately ten minutes to navigate), hay play area, slide and climb area, mini straw maze, farm animals and fun fort greenhouse included in the $4 per person farm admission. Additional charge for pumpkins and the pumpkin chunker. The location is at 1216 S. York St., Mechanicsburg, PA 17055. This is 10 miles southeast of Harrisburg.
Reynold’s Farm – Waynesboro, Pennsylvania. Bill and Lois Reynolds bought this farm in 1982. They host an annual fall festival with pick your own pumpkins and hayrides (except Mondays). There is also a corn maze, corn cannon, straw maze, tube slide, mountain slide, trike track, sandbox and farm animals. Open daily from mid-September to early November. General admission is $4-6. The address is 11129 Gehr Road, Waynesboro, PA. This is 70 miles southwest of Harrisburg.
Country Barn Market – Lancaster, PA. A third generation working farm in Lancaster County. Take a wagon ride to enjoy the u-pick pumpkins from their 10 acre field. Pumpkin picking is available on weekends (Saturday and Sunday) from mid-September through the end of October. They sell 11 varieties of pumpkins and gourds as well as giant pumpkins. They also have 8 acres dedicated to providing fun for visitors. You can also get lost in the 5 acre cornfield. Flashlight maze available on Friday and Saturday nights. Cheer on your favorite pig to victory in the pig races. Visit the farm animals in the petting zoo. Race around the pedal cart track or take your kids on a mini-wagon ride of the barnyard. Also available for you and your family to enjoy are Billy Goat Mountain, pony rides, straw tunnel, hedge maze and rubber duck races. The farm market has fresh local produce, home decorations and gifts. Special events: Country Line Dancing on the first Tuesday and Friday of the month for an admission price of $6 per person. The address is 211 S. Donnerville Road, Lancaster, PA 17603. The location is 37 miles southeast of Harrisburg.
Tom’s Corn and Soybean Maze – Lebanon, PA
Maze opens September 25, 2014. Corn Maze, Soybean Maze & Hayrides, Food, Fall Decoration and lots of Fun. Past themes have featured Witchin’ Corn Maze and Haunted House Soybean Maze (2013) and Pumpkins (2012).
Location: 2485 E. Cumberland Street, Lebanon, PA 17046
State College – Williamsport – Altoona – Johnstown
Weakland Farms – Portage, Pennsylvania. Five acre pumpkin patch offers a variety of pumpkins for you to cut off the vine. Pre-picked pumpkins also available near the barn. Six acre cornfield maze with trivia questions has been losing guests for more than ten years. 15 minute tractor pulled wagon ride covers three miles of the scenic countryside. Feed the barnyard animals while you learn about them. Crafts and fall decorations available for sale. Free parking. General admission is $7 per person, with children three and under free. Open Thursday through Sunday from mid-September through late October. They are located at 582 Munster Road Portage, PA 15946. It is 26 miles west of Altoona.
Ard’s Farm Market – Lewisburg, PA – 5 Acres
2013 Theme: Ancient Rome
Opens September 13, 2014. A 5 acre corn maze. The farm also offers hayrides, pumpkin patch and maze park with mining, fun barn, kid’s maze, rope maze, corn wagon and more. The 2014 corn maze will open on August 16, 2014 with their Ribz4Kids event.
Location: 4803 Old Turnpike Rd, Lewisburg, PA 17837
JB Tree Farm – Alexandria, Pennsylvania. Open on weekends and weekday afternoons from late September through October. Pumpkins from the field are 39 cents per pound with gourds priced at 49 cents a pound. Five acre cornfield maze takes between 45 minutes and two hours to navigate. Maze Game offers a prize for those who find all the hole punch stations in the cornfield. Moonlight maze is open late on Friday and Saturday nights. Harvest play area offers hay pyramid, tunnels, wooden train, swings, playhouse and beanbag toss. Also meet their Miniature Donkeys and Nigerian Dwarf Goats. Unlimited access to the maze, hayrides and play area is $6-9. Shoot the pumpkin slingshot for an additional fee. They are located at 7880 Barker Road, Alexandria, PA 16611 which is 20 miles east of Altoona.
Faranda’s Farm – Hollsopple, PA – 5 Acres
2013 Theme: Kernel to Cob
2012 Theme: Music is the language of the soul
2011 Theme: Civil War
Fall fun starts September 27, 2014. In addition to the corn maze, there are a variety of barnyard activities including hayride, hay maze, kid’s play area, giant sling shot, farm animals, duck races, hay fort, bean bag toss and corn hole toss.
Location: 1171 Penn Avenue, Hollsopple PA 15935
Hellerick’s Family Farm – Doylestown, Pennsylvania. A Bucks County family farm with 18 acres of fun has a fall harvest festival with hayrides, pumpkin field, pumpkin rolling, 5 acre maze, farm animals, children’s farm activities and jr. farmer fun area for those under 5 years old. It runs from the middle of September through early November. They also have a nighttime Harvest Moon Hayride for the whole family. The address is 5500 North Easton Road, Doylestown, PA 18902. It is 43 miles north of downtown Philadelphia. It opens around September 19th. A 7th generation family farm with 5 acre corn maze. Past themes have included Fall Barn Yard (2012) and Mom’s Garden (2011). Other activities rubber duck races, farm animals and adventure farm fun area. Flashlight corn maze, harvest moon hayrides and campfires on Friday and Saturday evenings.
Linvilla Orchards - Media, PA. One of my personal farm favorites is this huge activity farm located near Philadelphia. They have both pick your own and farm store fruits and vegetables. While they do not have a true in the field pumpkin patch you will find more pumpkins of all shapes and sizes in one place than just about anywhere else on earth. I visited last October and there were close to a thousand cars in their various parking lots. They had perhaps 20 concession stands, a garden center store, ice cream shop, bakery, and all that is before you get to the farm fun. They have everything for the family in The Barnyard and Playland Playground areas. Take a train ride, enjoy mini golf, take a pony ride, explore The Planet museum. Their big event is Pumpkinland which runs from the second weekend in September through around November 7th. It is full of pumpkins, apple picking, decorations, toys, corn mazes, hayrides, and huge crowds of people. I am missing so much but let me say this is the one place you do not want to miss. Their address is 137 W. Knowlton Road, Media, PA 19063. It is about 21 miles southwest of downtown Philadelphia near Chester.
Active Acres Farm – Newton, Pennsylvania. Pick your own pumpkins, hayrides and a corn field maze at this 230 acre working farm in Bucks County. They operate their Sleepy Hollow Pumpkin Patch and Hayride on Saturdays and Sundays in the fall. They feature pumpkins, BBQ, pizza, and refreshments in addition to pony rides, farm animals, mood bounce, duck races, and more. They also operate Sleepy Hollow Haunted House at night. The farms address is 881 Highland Road, Newtown, PA. It is 32 miles northeast of Philadelphia.
Shady Brook Farm – Yardley, Pennsylvania. “One of Our Top 28 Farms In The U.S.”
U-pick pumpkins and enjoy a wagon ride at PumpkinFest held at Shady Brook Farm. Corn maze, giant jumping pillows, straw maze, pig races (weekends) and more! At night on the weekends, the farm becomes haunted with HorrorFest, offering four attractions including a haunted hayride and haunted barn. This is one of our favorite attractions because they have so many fall things to do. Lots of daytime activities both for kids and adults. Attraction opens weekends the middle of September and daily between September 26th through Halloween. The address is 931 Stony Hill Road, Yardley, PA 19067. It is 29 miles northeast of downtown Philadelphia. This is also a fall can’t miss attraction for anyone north of the city.
Hurricane Hill Farm – Coatesville, Pennsylvania. A fourth generation Chester County farm with corn field maze and pick your own pumpkins. They also have hay rides, corn slide and farm animals. The address is 704 E. Reeceville Road, Coatesville, PA. It is located 46 miles west of Philadelphia. It opens the middle of September. A Chester County corn maze held at this Pennsylvania Century Farm. Get lost in the dark on Flashlight Fridays. Also with hayrides, pumpkin picking, corn slide, farm animals, pig races and more. Past themes have included African Safari (2014), Lost Civilizations (2013), Down on the Farm (2012), and Discover America (2011).
Milky Way Farm – Chester Springs, Pennsylvania. Milky Way Farm is a 103 acre family farm run by the Matthews family for four generations. In the fall, they host Pumpkin Harvest Season at their u-pick pumpkins and corn maze. They offer both both pumpkins off the vine in the 10 acre field and pre-cut pumpkins for sale. Free hayrides are offered on weekends to the pumpkin picking. There’s also farm animals and fam fresh ice cream. They are located at 520 East Uwchlan Ave., Chester Springs, PA 19425. It is 34 miles west of Philadelphia.
Marlborough Valley Corn Maze – Kennett Square, PA – 8.5 Acres – Haunted
They had this maze in 2013 but the website is now down.
Snipes Farm & Golf – Morrisville, PA – 5 Acres
The Market at Delaware Valley College – Doylestown, PA
Corn maze, pumpkin picking and wagon rides to the pumpkin patch. Moonlit wagon rides, flashlight maze and bonfires in the evenings. The fall fun pass is $7 for kids and $5 for adults. Select weekends feature special events like giant pumpkins and scarecrow making.
Location: 2100 Lower State Rd., Doylestown, PA 1890
Winding Brook Farm – Warrington, Pennsylvania. A fourth generation dairy farm in Bucks County in operation for more than 110 years. They have invited guests to their 200 acres for fall agritainment for more than ten years. They have u-pick pumpkins with daytime hayrides and a five acre corn maze. At night, the maze and hayride turn haunted! The pumpkin patch is open throughout October on weekends and select days. The corn maze and other activities start in August. This is another great place to visit. The address is 3014 Bristol Road, Warrington, PA. It is located 35 miles north of downtown Philadelphia. During the day on Saturdays and Sundays, it has a 5 acre corn maze that takes 30+ minutes to complete. Open Friday evenings in October and the Thursday evening prior to Halloween. Kids under 6 are free. Children 6 to 12 years of age are $7.50. Adults are $9.50. At night, they offer the Night Chills Haunted Hayride through the forest and a Corn Walk of Horror through haunted trails. $15 per person or combination hayride/cornwalk for $25 per person. Various special events are also run in October.
Scranton – Wilkes Barre
Roba Family Farm – Dalton, PA – 5 Acres
Their annual harvest festival has a corn maze, pumpkin patch and other activities. In addition to the main maze, they also do a moonlight flashlight maze, mini-maze for kids and a hay maze. Other fall attractions include pig races, barnyard animals, hayrides, singing chickens, jumpin’ pillow, hay fort, tetherball and ballcade court. They run a number of special events including Ronald McDonald Mascot Day, Military Appreciation Day, Scouts Day, Pink Ribbon Pumpkin Day and the Trick or Treat Parade. Pumpkin cannon, gem mining, pony rides and face painting are available on weekends for an additional fee.
Rohrbach’s Farm Market – Catawissa, Pennsylvania. This farm features events all summer and fall. They are known for their bakery and gift shop onsite. They have party facilities and host many local school farm tours. In the fall they feature their pumpkin patch and corn maze. Some of their festivals includes a Pumpkin Fall Festival, their Peach Fest in August, Summer Festival and Strawberry Social both in June, and Relay For Life event in May. Their address is 240 Southern Drive, Catawissa, PA. They are about 60 miles west of Scranton.
Maylath Farm and Orchard – Sugarloaf, Pennsylvania. Ride the hayride to the pumpkin patch. See the corn cannon and apple slingshot. Let your kids play on the haybales, play ground, take a pony ride, or pet the farm animals. They also feature a large corn maze. The farm is at Rock Glen Road, Sugarloaf, PA which is 27 miles southwest of Wilkes-Barre.
Yatsonsky Farm Market and Ice Cream – Honesdale, PA
Maze opened Sept 1, 2014. A third generation family farm that has a fall corn maze, u-pick pumpkin patch and hay rides in Wayne County. Formerly a dairy farm, they now raise beef cattle, make homemade ice cream and grow vegetables.
Location: 1009 Owego Turnpike, Honesdale, Pennsylvania 18431
Zembrzycki Dairy Farm – Herrick Center, PA – 7 Acres
2014 Theme: Grim Reaper
Maze opened August 29, 2014. A Northeast Pennsylvania dairy farm run by Bernie and Linda Zembrzycki and their children/family. They have a 7 acre challenge maze with 12 stations to locate in the maze. The cost for the corn maze is $5 per person. Children 2 and under are free. Groups of 10 or more are $4 per person. The corn maze has been running since 2009. Past themes have included Farming the USA (2013), Scarecrow and Pumpkins (2012) and Got Milk? (2011). They also have a vegetable stand, 2 acre pick your own pumpkin patch, hay bale tower and paintball range. Located six miles from the Elk Mountain Ski Resort
Location: 16229 State Route 374, Herrick Center, PA 18430
Pennsylvania farms that have had a maze in the past but did not appear to have one in 2013:
Miller’s Monster Maze – Clarks Summit, PA – 7 Acres