Below you will find the list of 2020 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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All Corn Mazes in Connecticut
Bishop’s Orchards - Guilford, CT
This six generation farm was established in 1871, and has expanded both physically and in what they offer. In addition to pick your own produce (which includes multiple locations in the Guilford area) including apples (which can be found at 526 New England Road, along with the corn maze, berries, pears and peaches, and on Long Hill Road, with peaches and strawberries), they offer a Farm Market featuring sweet cider, a creamery, and a bakery, which offers fresh cider donuts, pies, and much more. The Little Red Barn offers a pumpkin patch, apple train, food truck, and various children’s activities, some available every day and some available weekends only. The winery, run by fifth generation family member Keith Bishop, offers fruit wines and hard ciders, and offers tastings in the original 1928 barn, as well as sales by the bottle. They are located just outside New Haven.
Brown’s Harvest - Windsor, CT
Open every day this fall beginning late September. Over 43 years experience putting on a great pumpkin patch and hayride fun. 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.
Castle Hill Farm - Newtown, CT
Lots of fun activities at this farm starting their fall season in late September. Open weekends for fall fun. A recreational farm with four acres of pumpkins, seven acre cornfield maze and hayrides owned and operated by the Paproski family. The address is 25 Sugar Lane, Newtown CT 06470. It is about 11 miles east of Danbury.
Ellsworth Hill Orchard and Berry Farm - Sharon, CT
Home of the world’s first naturally pink pumpkin (harvested in 2001), this farm offers pick your own berries, plus apples beginning in late August and pumpkins beginning in October. Their corn maze is available Labor Day through November, and they make their own fresh apple cider as well.
Foster Family Farm - South Windsor, CT
The farm is open to the public on weekends starting September 15th. 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 night corn maze on weekends is very popular. Their address is 90 Foster Street, South Windsor, CT 06074. It is about 11 miles east of Hartford.
Halfinger Farms - Higganum, CT
A connecticut flower and pumpkin farm offering pick your own pumpkins and corn maze, hay wagon ride and children’s play area. The address is 489 Candlewood Hill Rd., Higganum, CT 06441. It is about 26 miles south of Hartford.
Holmberg Orchards - Gales Ferry, CT
Pick your own apples available in September and October, with other produce available in the preceding months. You can also pick out a pumpkin and take a turn at the corn maze. They have 14 varieties of pies in their bakery, and are well-known for their apple crisp as well. They make their own fruit wines and hard ciders. The farm market also stocks produce, local preserves, farmmade candles, and more. You can take a wagon ride through the orchard on weekends during September and October.
Lyman Orchards - Middlefield, CT
The 12th oldest family owned business, it was started in 1741 and is now in its 9th generation. They grow more than 100 varieties of fruit on their 1,100 acres, including apples and pumpkins. They are Eco-certified for apples and peaches. They have 12 varieties of apples are available for pick-your-own from mid-August to late October. You can also pick your pumpkin here starting in late September. They also have an annual corn maze. The bakery is known for their Hi-Top apple pie, made from their generations old family recipe. They also have two 18-hole championship golf courses. It is conveniently located within 30 minutes of Hartford, New Haven and Waterbury.
March Farm - Bethlehem, CT
Open 7 days a week beginning first weekend in September. A third generation family farm in Litchfield County that was started by Thomas and Rose Marchukaitis with 114 acres. They offer pick your own apples and pumpkins in the fall, as well as corn field mazes, playscape and animal yard.
March Farm - Bethlehem, CT
Pick your own apples and pumpkins at March Farm in September and October. They also have a corn maze, hay rides through the orchard, bon fire pit, and snack shack at the Hill Top Orchard. At the Main Farm, enjoy the pondside animal yard, farm store, children’s activities and more. A free shuttle runs between the two areas, so wherever you park, you can experience it all! The Farm Market also offers fresh baked goods, made on site, including pies, cider donuts, and more, plus local preserves and other products, and produce. This fouth generation farm in Bethlehem is about 12 miles northwest of Waterbury.
Ellsworth Hill Orchard and Berry Farm – Sharon, CT
A five acre corn maze. 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
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
Fair Weathers Farm – Rocky Hill, CT
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 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. 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
Lyman Orchards – Middlefield, CT
A 4 acre cornfield maze with 2 miles of paths. Don’t miss the fun trivia questions as you navigate the maze. Part 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. 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
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 pumpkin decorating, corn roast, crafts and games. Location: 670 Daniels Farm Road, Trumbull, CT
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
Fort Hill Farms – Thompson, CT – 8 Acres, Multiple Mazes
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.
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. Location: 227 Ekonk Hill Rd, Sterling, Connecticut