Connecticut Corn Mazes

Below you will find the list of Connecticut corn mazes. Visitors this fall can get lost in a daytime corn maze, the daylights scared out of you 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! Don’t forget to check out their websites for additional information, hours and prices. 

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Farms in Connecticut 2015

Western Connecticut

Ellsworth Hill Orchard and Berry Farm – Sharon, CT
2014 Theme: Trains, Planes and Automobiles
A five acre corn maze. Past themes have included Animals of the World (2013). They also have hayrides and pick your own apples and pumpkins. Open Labor Day Weekend through the beginning of November.
Location: 461 Cornwall Bridge Rd. Rte. 4, Sharon, CT


Bunnell Farm – Litchfield, CT
Opens September 27, 2014. The farm is a fifth generation family owned and operated business. Flashlight maze on Friday and Saturday evenings. Don’t forget to enjoy a horse drawn wagon ride and pumpkin picking on weekends. There is also a children’s hay maze.
Location: 498 Maple Street, Litchfield, CT 06759


Castle Hill Farm – Newton, CT – 6 Acres.  It opens around September 2oth.  A fourth generation family owned and operated farm located one mile from historic downtown Newton. It is now a retired dairy farm with a 7 acre corn maze and a 4 acre pumpkin patch, although it was once the second largest producer of dairy products in the Fairfield County. Hay rides, petting zoo, pony rides, live music and more fall fun.
Location: 25 Sugar Lane, Newtown CT 06470

March Farm – Bethlehem, Connecticut.  A third generation family farm in Litchfield County that was started by Thomas and Rose Marchukaitis with 114 acres.  The 5 acre Hill Top corn maze is open weekends through October with an admission of $5. There is a free mini maze open Monday through Friday. It is 1/8th of the size and better for small children. They offer pick your own apples and pumpkins in the fall, as well as weekend hayrides, corn field mazes, playscape and animal yard.  March Farm is popular with over 2,020 Facebook likes.  Their address is 160 Munger Lane, Bethlehem, CT 06751.  It is about 30 miles northeast of Danbury.


Foster Family Farm – South Windsor, CT.  The Foster family has been farming this land since 1790. In addition to pumpkins, they have two corn mazes across eight acres, farm animals, play yard, hayrides and concessions.  Their address is 90 Foster Street, South Windsor, CT 06074.  It is about 11 miles east of Hartford.  It opens the middle of September. There are two mazes and four miles of trails through the eight acre cornfield. The maze is open weekends in September and then daily in October. Flashlight maze on Friday and Saturday evenings. Past themes for the design have been the The Wizard of Oz (2014), Farm (Barn, Cow and Duck in 2013), Circus (2012) and Revolutionary War (2011).

Pell Farms – Somers, CT. 
Opens October 3, 2015!
A family owned and operated farm since 1930s that has a cornfield maze, hay maze, tractor hayrides, petting zoo, pony rides, face painting and snacks in addition to pumpkins.  Their address is 96 Kibbe Grove Road, Somers CT, 06071.  It is about 26 mile northeast of Hartford.

Scantic Valley Farm – Somers, CT.  A family owned farm that has pick your own pumpkins, hay rides and an eight acre corn maze with three miles of trails. Learn more about what’s happening on the farm this fall at Facebook.  It has over 4,156 Facebook likes.  Past themes included Frankenstein (2014).  Their address is 327 Ninth District Rd, Somers, Connecticut 06071.  It is about 23 miles northeast of Hartford.

Fair Weathers Farm – Rocky Hill, CT
Opens September 18, 2015. Play Farm Scene Investigation while you attempt to make your way through the maze. The cornfield is open as part of their fall festival on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from late September to the end of October. Hayrides, pumpkins, pedal go-carts, corn pit, scarecrow walk, child hay maze and tire playground are some of the other activities for guests to their farm. Admission for adults is $13. Admission for children ages 3-11 is $10. Pumpkin available with admission for an extra $3. About the Farm: Fair Weathers is run by Billy Collins, who started the farm with his parents in 1988. They moved to the farms present location in 1997.
Location: 1146 Cromwell Avenue, Rocky Hill, CT 06067

Halfinger Farm – Higganum, CT – 4 Acres.  Admission to the maze is $4.00. It is grown and designed for children and families. Find your way through as many times as you would like. As you navigate it, be sure to search for the hidden pumpkins. There is also pick your own pumpkins, sold by the pound. Open Saturdays and Sundays in October, plus Columbus Day.
Location: 489 Candlewood Hill Road, Higganum, CT 06441

Lyman Orchards – Middlefield, CT
2015 Theme: Pez
Opens August 29, 2015!
A 4 acre cornfield maze with 2 miles of paths. Don’t miss the fun trivia questions as you navigate the maze. Past themes have featured designs about British Invasion (Bands of the 60s) (2014), the Statue of Liberty (2013), Yankees – Red Sox Rivalry(2012) and Patriotic American Heroes (2011). Admission for ages 13+ is $10 and children ages 4-12 are $5. $1 of each ticket is donated to the American Cancer Society. Open Wednesday through Sunday, plus Holidays from Labor Day Weekend until just after Halloween.
Location: 32 Reeds Gap Rd Middlefield, CT 06455

Riverview Farms – South Glastonbury, CT
They operate a 2 acre regular cornfield maze open Wednesday through Sunday for $5 admission per person with a family pass of $15 available for up to 4 family members. Haunted corn maze bring an early evening mini-scare for kids before the scarier version starts later in the evening. The regular maze is closed on days when the haunted maze is open. Hayrides, pumpkin picking, petting zoo,
Location: 91 Wassuc Rd, South Glastonbury, CT 06073

Brown’s Harvest – Windsor, CT.  Enjoy the pumpkin patch, corn maze, hayrides and pumpkin painting at this 175 acre shade leaf tobacco and pumpkin farm in the Connecticut Valley that started with James M. Brown in 1871. Stay up to date with what is happening on the farm via their Facebook updates.  Their address is 1911 Poquonock Avenue, Windsor, Connecticut 06095.  It is located about 12 miles north of Hartford.

Merrow Maze – Storrs, CT – 4 Acres

Nathan Hale Homestead – Coventry, CT
HAUNTED CORN MAZE: Come join us for a shrieking good time in our haunted corn maze. Sept 25-26 & Oct 2-3. We open the gates on the ghosts, ghouls, & goblins at 7pm! $8 or $25/family
THINGS THAT GO BUMP IN THE NIGHT: Ghost Stories of the Hale Homestead – Oct 16, 17, 23 & 24. Enjoy a spooky night as your guides relate the mysterious happenings at the homestead. $25
Location: 2299 South St, Coventry CT 860.742.6917

New Haven

Plasko’s Farm – Trumbull, CT – The maze attracts more than 10,000 visitors a year in Fairfield County. 1.5 miles of twists and turns through the 4 acre cornfield. Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday. $1 from admission is donated to Swim Across the Sound cancer prevention and education. Other attractions in the fall are the hayrides, pumpkin decorating, corn roast, crafts and games. Past theme designs for the corn have included The Happy Cow (2012) and Wish Upon a Star (2011).  Location: 670 Daniels Farm Road, Trumbull, CT

Rose Orchards – North Branford, CT
Offers a variety of fall fun including cornfield maze, hay maze, apple picking, pumpkin picking and scenic wagon rides. Farm fresh baked goods and old fashioned custard made in their creamery also available.
Location: 33 Branford Rd, North Branford, CT 06471

Bishop’s Orchards – Cornmaze, Haymaze, Pick-Your-Own Apples & Pumpkin Patch. Face Painting, Scarecrow Making to benefit the Branford, CT Soup Kitchen.
Location: 1355 Boston Post Road, Guilford, CT 06437

Eastern Connecticut

Fort Hill Farms – Thompson, CT – 8 Acres, Multiple Mazes
Corn maze is open for 2015! Theme is Milky Way.
Fort Hill Farms has a rich history. The land was settled as a result of a land grant from the King of England to Sir Robert Thompson in 1683. It was consolidated by John Doane back into one property for a dairy farm in 1889. He gave it the name Fort Hill Farms. There is also a barnyard and pick your own pumpkin patch. Past maze themes have been designed around The Farmer’s Cow, with Saving Farmland (2013), She has Class! (2012) and She’s Your Neighbor (2011).
Location: 260 Quaddick Road, Thompson, CT 06277

Ekonk Hill Turkey Farm Corn Maze – Sterling, CT
Maze is open Friday through Sunday during September and October, as well as Labor Day and Columbus Day. Flashlight maze on Saturday evening. Don’t forget to bring your flashlight or you will have to purchase one to enter. Hayrides, animal barnyard, and farm store. Past maze theme was We Love Our Pets (2013). Admission is $10 for adults and kids over 10 years of age. Ages 5-10 are $6. 10% tax is extra.
Location: 227 Ekonk Hill Rd, Sterling, Connecticut

R-Farms, LLC – Lebanon, CT
Admission to the 2.5 acre cornfield is $8, with mini golf, bounce house, pumpkin painting and more fun for just $5 more. Other fun available includes the hayrides ($5), corn box and playscape. The nighttime maze is open Friday and Saturday evenings. Admission is $10 and don’t forget to bring your flashlight!
Location: 353 Tobacco Street, Lebanon, CT 06249

2 thoughts on “Connecticut Corn Mazes

  1. Jonathan Bishop says:

    Bishop’s Orchards, 1355 Boston Post Road, Guilford, CT 06437- We have a Cornmaze, Haymaze, Pick-Your-Own Apples & Pumpkin Patch. Face Painting, Scarecrow Making to benefit the Branford, CT Soup Kitchen.

    Phone: 203-453-2338

  2. Debra says:

    I took my family to Scantic Valley Farm last weekend for the cornmaze and we had a great time. The kids loved their corn pit and all of the games. My youngest loved the donkeys and sheep. We enjoyed a hayride that went around the farm along with some food at their concession stand. It was a great day for the whole family.

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