New Jersey Corn Mazes

Find our most popular New Jersey corn mazes with information on locations and activities near Newark, Trenton, Cherry Hill and Atlantic City.  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!

Be sure to check out their website for further information, hours and prices.  Most are open in September and October. Many have pumpkins, fresh food, live animals, hayrides, and games which may have different hours or additional costs. 

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Northern NJ – Newark 

Alstede Farms – Chester, New Jersey.  A 600 acre organic farm in Chester. Pick your own pumpkins from mid-September to mid-November for 65 cents per pound with a $2.75 minimum. Apple picking for $1.99 per pound. Featured are a giant corn maze, hayrides, friendly farm animals, moon bounce and hay pyramid. Farm store has baked pies, ice cream, fresh produce and specialty items or gifts.  The address is 1 Chesterfield Dr., Chester, NJ 07930.  It is about 40 miles west of Newark.  Past maze themes include (2012) Lou Gehrig, and (2011) Tell It To The Marines.  Founded by Kurt Alstede in 1982.  The corn maze and children’s maze are open from Labor Day weekend until Thanksgiving.

Horse Sleigh Farm – Washington, New Jersey.  Fall farm harvest fun from mid-September to early November. They have a 20 acre pumpkin field with scenic hayrides. Pick your own squash and gourds as well. Pumpkin painting and carving, 10 acre corn maze split into small and large maze, corn cannon, water buffalo, petting animals, gem mining, bouncy house, corn box and pony rides. Haunted attractions like the haunted corn maze, hayrides, barn and trail of terror on Friday and Saturday nights.  The address is 438 Route 57 West, Washington, NJ 07882.  It is about 48 miles north of Trenton.  Past maze themes included (2012) Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, and (2011) Headless Horseman.  Horse Sleigh Farm is so much more than a 16 stall horse stable and horse farm area.  It is well worth the drive to visit.

Stony Hill Farm Market – Chester, NJ – 10 Acres
Opens September 5, 2015 !!
Stony Hill Gardens was opened in 1988 by Carol and Dale Davis to focus on cut flower orchids. But they’ve now expanded it to be a full farm destination. There’s hayrides, the pick your own pumpkin patch, and of course, the ten acre corn maze. For kids, there’s a smaller one acre mini corn maze, rope maze and tile maze.
2013 Theme: ?
2012 Theme: The Great Train Adventure
2011 Theme: “Let Freedom Ring”

Fairfield Farms – Fairfield, New Jersey.  Fall activities include pumpkin picking, 5 acre kid friendly cornfield maze, hay rides, hay play area and petting zoo (first three weekends in October, $2.50 admission includes cup of animal feed) from Mountainside Stables. Family owned and operated in Essex County for more than thirty years.  Farm opens late September.  The address is 177 Big Piece Rd., Fairfield, NJ 07004.  It is about 18 miles northwest of Newark.

Conklin Farm U-Pick – Montville, New Jersey.  Pick your own pumpkins with thousands of pumpkins available in all shapes, sizes and colors. Try your way through the free cornfield maze or visit with the farm animals. Regular and haunted hayrides on the weekends. Win a 100+ pound pumpkin in the slingshot game. Homemade donuts, hot cider and candy apples in the Snack Shack. Open seven days a week.  The address is 65 River Road, Montville, NJ 07045.  It is about 18 miles northwest of Newark.

Middle Valley Farms – Mendham, New Jersey.  They feature pick your own pumpkins, six acre corn maze, hay rides and hay pyramid.  They are open Saturday and Sundays starting the last Saturday in September.  Also open on Columbus Day.  Parking and admission is free.  The address is 304 Pleasant Valley Rd., Mendham, NJ 07945.  It is about 32 miles west of Newark.

Grochowicz Farm Market and Deli – Glen Gardner, New Jersey. &nbsp
Opens October 3, 2015 !!
;Activities include their pick your own pumpkins, 6 acre corn maze, hayrides, farm animals, hay maze, homemade hard ice cream, tricycle track and other children’s activities. Open on Saturday and Sunday in October. General admission is $10 per person. Located north of Clinton, east of Easton.  The address is 2401 Route 31, Glen Gardner, NJ 08826.  It is about 41 miles north of Trenton.  Every fall at night they run a Haunted Corn Maze.


Norz Hill Farm and Market – Hillsborough, New Jersey.  Their fall festival starts in the middle of September.  They have a corn maze, pumpkin patch, farm animals, hayrides, a pumpkin carving contest, and a Scare Farm haunt.  It remains one of the “10 Best Pumpkin Picking Spots In New Jersey”.  The address is 116 South Branch Rd., Hillsborough, NJ.  It is about 26 miles north of Trenton.  Past corn maze themes include (2013) Somerset County 325 Years, (2012) Family Time, (2011) 911 Memorial (Statue of Liberty).


Snyder’s Farm – Somerset, NJ.  They have pumpkin picking, a corn maze, hay rides, pony rides, gift shop, pumpkin catapult, and music on this 80 acre farm.  Enjoy hot apple cider, apple cider donuts and weekend food vendors. Open Saturdays and Sundays from September 27th – October 26th, 2015.  The farm open during the summer for pick your own strawberries and blueberries.  The address is 586 South Middlebush Road, Somerset, NJ 08873.  It is about 22 miles northeast of Trenton.

Wightman’s Farms – Morristown, NJ
2011 Theme: Space Adventure

Donaldson Farms – Hackettstown, New Jersey.  
Opens September 26, 2015!
A fifth generation family farm operating for over 100 years. It has Pick-Your-Own-Pumpkins, gourds and indian corn daily from late September through Halloween. Hayrides to the patch available on weekends. Corn maze takes an average of 25 to 45 minutes. Corn cannon, farm animals and farm market.  The address is 358 Allen Road, Hackettstown, NJ 07840.  It is located 44 miles west of Newark.

Heaven Hill Farm – Vernon, New Jersey.
Opens September 19, 2015  Pumpkin picking in a 15 acre Sussex County pumpkin patch. Pumpkin festival runs Wednesday through Sunday. Corn maze, hayrides, carnival rides, farm animals, pig races, gem mining and more fun for kids like hay crawl, hay maze, corn boxes, obstacle course and baby chick barn. Located northwest of Mahwah.  The address is 451 State Route 94, Vernon, NJ 07462.  It is located 53 miles northwest of Newark.

Jersey Shore

Wemrock Orchards – Freehold, New Jersey.  A second generation family farm and country store. Their country farm market is famous for their handmade pies. U-pick pumpkins, hayride and inflatable bounce for visitors in the fall. Patch is open weekends starting the last weekend in September until Halloween. A 15 minute hayride through the haunted orchard, appropriate for children of all ages, is available for $4 per person. 5 acre corn maze is also $4 per person. See if you can find all of the clues and solve the maze challenge. Munchkin Fun Patch ($5) crafted for children under the age of five with pumpkin checkers, pumpkin bowling and other games, apple cider and apple cider donuts. The address is 100 Wemrock Rd., West Freehold, NJ.  It is about 39 miles south of Newark.

Argos Farm – Forked River, New Jersey. 
Opens September 19, 2015!!
Start pumpkin picking off the vine for 59 cents per pound. No admission fee to the patch. Other activities include four acre cornfield maze, hay ride, jumping pillow, pig races and cow train rides. General admission is from $6.95-$7.95 with Special Admission ranging from $11.95 to $13.95. Pony rides available for small children for $5 per ride on weekends and holidays.  The address is 1250 Lacey Road, Forked River, NJ 08731.  It is located 48 miles north of Atlantic City.

Thomas the Tank Engine Corn Maze – Phillipsburg, NJ
2015 Theme: Knight Train
2012 Theme: Thomas the Tank Engine

South Jersey

Creamy Acres Farms LLC – Mullica Hill, New Jersey.  Pumpkin patch is open Saturdays and Sundays in September and daily in October (except for Sundays). Pumpkins are priced per pound and weigh from 4 to 25 pounds. Thirty minute round trip wagon rides around the farm and to the pumpkins for $3. Separate patch with pumpkins from 2-4 pounds available for groups of 15 or more. There is also a small kids’ corn maze available for groups at this patch. Night of Terror haunted attraction with haunted houses, haunted wagon rides and haunted corn maze. Creamy Acres is a dairy farm started by Larry and Jeanne Ambruster in 1968.  The address is 448 Lincoln Mill Road, Mullica Hill, NJ 08062.  It is about 25 miles south of Cherry Hill.

Butterhof’s Shady Brook Farm – Egg Harbor City, NJ

R and J Farm – Galloway Twp, New Jersey.  Open on weekends in September and daily in October. They feature a pumpkin patch, hayrides, rope maze and hay pit. This farm had the first corn maze in Atlantic County. The maze and flashlight maze are priced at $6. On weekends, they have pony rides ($5) and face painting. They show movies under the stars on evenings, Friday through Sunday. Cornfield of Terror is their haunted maze on Friday through Sunday evenings in October. The cost is $6-8. Farm stand sells pumpkins, fall decorations and bakery items.  The address is 723 W. Hershel St., Galloway Twp., NJ 08215.  It is located 16 miles northwest of Atlantic City.

Sahl’s Father Son Farm – Egg Harbor City, New Jersey.
Opens September 19, 2015.   Enjoy pumpkin picking, corn maze, hayrides, playground and pig races. Open to the public from late September through early November. Closed Wednesdays and Saturdays. Admission is $9 for adults and children ages three years old and up. Pony rides available on Saturdays in October and Columbus Day for $3 per ride. This nearly 150 year old farm has now been open to visits from the public for more than 5 years.  The address is 420 W. Pestalozzi St., Galloway, NJ.  It is located 16 miles northwest of Atlantic City. Past corn maze themes include (2012) 177th Fighter Wing, and (2011) New Jersey Quarter Commemoration.

Johnson’s Corner Farm – Medford, NJ

The McCann’s Farm – Monroeville, New Jersey.  Pick your own pumpkins with all sizes available for one price starting in late September. Enjoy the corn maze, wagon rides and farm animals. They are a third generation farming family in Elk Township, thirty minutes from Philadelphia.  The address is 1065 Aura Rd., Monroeville, NJ 08343.  It is about 24 miles south of Cherry Hill.

Russo’s Orchard Lane Farm – Chesterfield, NJ – 5 Acres

Scarecrow Hollow Cornfield Maze – Salem, NJ
2011 Theme: Dinosaurs
2012 Theme: Sinking of the Titanic

Springdale Farms – Cherry Hill, NJ
2013 Theme: ?
2012 Theme: Ride the Rails
2011 Theme: Philadelphia Road to Freedom

Trenton – Princeton

Hillsboro Farm – Hillsborough, New Jersey.  Fall activities on weekends from late September through Halloween.  Enjoy pumpkin picking, hayrides, corn maze, face painting, pumpkin decorating and scarecrow making. Originally a dairy farm started in 1867 by the Van Nuys family, it now produces farm fresh produce and fun for guests. Located south of Bridgewater and west of New Brunswick.  The address is 219 Hillsborough Rd., Hillsborough, NJ 08844.  It is about 24 miles north of Trenton.

Corner-Copia Farm Market – East Windsor, NJ
Haunted Corn Maze

Etsch Farms – Monroe Township, NJ
2013 Theme: ?
2012 Theme: Pirate Ship
2011 Theme: Castle

Terhune Orchards – Princeton, New Jersey.  A 200 acre fruit and vegetable farm. Pick your own pumpkins at the Cold Soil Rd location. Apple picking at Van Kirk Road Orchard. Fall festival starting in September with seven weekends of family farm fun. Activities include, pony rides, tractor drawn wagon rides, pedal tractors, barnyard animals, pumpkin painting, hay bale maze and corn stalk maze.  The address is 330 Cold Soil Road, Princeton, NJ 08540.  It is about 12 miles north of Trenton.

Schaefers Farm Frightfest – Flemington, NJ
Haunted Corn Maze

Westhaven Farm Inc. – Allentown, NJ
2013 Theme: ?
2012 Theme: Witch
2011 Theme: 9/11 Memorial

Emery’s Farm – New Egypt, New Jersey.  A sixty acre farm open seven days a week. In the fall, they have a one acre grass field with pumpkins, five and two acre corn mazes, feed the farm animals and let your kids play in the straw bale maze. Hayrides run every weekend starting in late September, plus Columbus Day.  Their address is 346 Long Swamp Road, New Egypt, NJ 08533.  It is about 24 miles east of Trenton.

Von Thun’s Country Farm Market – Monmouth Junction, NJ – 6 Acres
2 phases to the corn maze.  Open September 20 through October 31, 2014.  Weekdays tickets are $8 and weekend tickets are $10.95 and includes all daytime activities including hayrides, pick your own, and lots of kid friendly family fun.  They have a straw jump, rubber duck races, pumpkin bowling, pumpkin checkers, a moon bounce, a kiddie corral, a junior pedal cart course,  farm animals, a bee hive, and bouncy balls.  Maze was recently featured on the morning Today show for August 18th.
2013 Theme: ?
2012 Theme: NJ’s Ronald McDonald Houses
2011 Theme: Rutgers football

The Field of Terror – East Windsor, NJ – 3 Acres
2 Mazes
Haunted Corn Maze

One thought on “New Jersey Corn Mazes

  1. Caroline Etsch says:

    Thanks for putting us on the list. We are now closed for the season but I wanted to let you know that our 2013 maze was an Oregon Trail theme. I tried to paste a picture here but it wouldn’t insert it so you can find it on our website at We will re-open mid September 2014; Look for our info at our website and on our Facebook page.

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