New York Corn Mazes

Locate popular New York corn mazes on this directory page.  We have more than 44 corn mazes.  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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Abbott Farms - Baldwinsville, NY
Pumpkin patch prices are based on size. Corn maze is open August through October. 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. Abbott Farms is a family favorite place with over 12940 Facebook likes. The address is 3275 Cold Springs Road, Baldwinsville, NY 13027. It is located about 11 miles northwest of Syracuse.

Apple Bin Farm Market - Ulster Park, NY
Pick your own apples. They also have pumpkins and Christmas trees, in addition to other produce. They are popular with the local community for their breakfast sandwiches, as well as offering apple and pear cider and fresh cider donuts, plus other baked goods. They also have local honey and maple syrup, locally made coffee, preserves, gifts, and more.

Apple Ridge Orchards - Warwick, NY
Pick your own apples beginning early September, and pick your pumpkins beginning mid-September! They also offer pick your own peaches. They offer more than 20 varieties of apples, plus tractor-pulled hay rides, farm animals, corn maze, honey bee observation hives, and more. They make their own fresh pressed apple cider, fresh baked cider donuts, plus apple butter, preserves and more. It is located at 101 Jessup Road, Warwick, NY 10990. It is located about 50 miles southwest of Poughkeepsie.

Barton Orchards - Poughquag, NY
Pick your own apples and pumpkins. They also have a corn maze and a treetop adventure. Enjoy apple cider, cider donuts and pie, and other treats, plus a full concession stand.

Behling Orchard - Mexico, NY
Pick your own apples from September through October, and pumpkins in mid-September. They also have apple cider made on an old-fashioned press, fresh cider donuts and pie, and many other treats, as well as seasonal produce and local goods. The activity area includes a corn maze and zombie paintball.

Bellinger’s Orchard - Fultonville, NY
The Winnie/Bellinger family farm, established in 1803, has had an orchard since 1930, and now offers over 30 varieties of apples available for picking. They have pumpkins and other gourds available in late September. Enjoy apple cider, fresh cider donuts (available individually, by the half dozen or dozen), jams and jellies, local honey and maple syrup, and more. Take a hayride through the apple orchard and pumpkin patch on weekends, and try not to get lost in the corn maze or the children’s hay maze.

Borella Farm - St. James, NY
A farm stand operating on Long Island for more than fifty years. Pick your own pumpkins and apples 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.

Clarke’s Family Farm - Modena, NY
An organic pick your own apple farm, now run by the seventh generation. They offer 10 varieties of organic apples and 17 varieties of conventional apples available for picking throughout September and October each year. You can also pick your own pumpkins right off the vine. They also offer apple cider and cider donuts, made fresh, plus jams and jellies and more. They also have a corn maze for you to explore.

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.

Critz Farms - Cazenovia, NY
Pick your own apples and pumpkins. During the weekends, they offer wagon rides to the orchard. They make hard cider year round, and fresh sweet cider throughout the fall. Take a turn at getting through their giant corn maze without getting lost. They also have an animal area with 25+ farm animals to visit. Beginning the day after Thanksgiving, come pick your own Christmas tree, or buy a precut tree, wreath, or garland. The gift shop offers Christmas ornaments as well as locally made products and gifts. The address is 3232 Rippleton Road, Cazenovia, NY 13035. It is located about 23 miles southeast of Syracuse.

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.

DuBois Farms - Highland, NY
David and Jolee DuBois purchased a 54 acre farm in 2002 to become first generation farmers. Their pick your own farm is open from mid-August until early November with picking of plums, tomatoes, apples, pears and pumpkins. They also have a 2 acre corn maze, farm animals, pony rides, farm market and bakery with delicious desserts including apple cider donuts and pies. They hold a variety of special events including Honey Crisp Hysteria Festival, the Apple Daze Festival and the Great Pumpkin Festival. The Tavern at Dubois offers local hard cider, wines and craft beers. They are expanding and have planted Christmas trees and more fruit trees and strawberries, something to look forward to in coming years.

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.

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.

Fobare’s Fruits - Rensselaer Falls, NY
Pick your own apples and pumpkins. They also offer wagon rides, a corn maze, children’s activities including a playground, and the Apple Barn, which offers apple cider, baked goods such as cider donuts and pies, preserves and other prepared foods, ice cream, apple nachos, meals and other treats.

FW Schmitt Farms - Melville, NY
Their fall event kicks off in late September.  Pick your own pumpkins on weekends. A 7 acre corn maze, hayrides, children’s daytime haunted mansion, playground, farm animals, slides, pony rides. The address is 26 Pinelawn Rd., Melville, NY 11747. It is located 28 miles east of Queens.

Hank’s Pumpkintown - Watermill, NY
A number of children’s activities are available, including a playground and face painting. Pick your own apples from more than a dozen varieties over the season, on weekends only, and pumpkins are available 7 days a week, straight off the vine. You can also go through the corn maze, or take a hayride, tractor ride, or train ride through the corn maze as well. Hank’s Orchard offers hard ciders in several varieties, and the farm stand offers fresh cider donuts, hand-dipped caramel apples, apple cider and cider slushies, and more.

Harbes Family Farm - Mattituck, NY
Enjoy fun pumpkin picking off the vine, Robin Hood Corn Maze, apple picking, wagon rides and pedal carts. The address is 715 Sound Avenue, Mattituck, NY. It is 23 miles north of Southampton, NY.

Harbes Farm - Riverhead, NY
Pick from eight different varieties when ripe. There is also pumpkin picking and a corn maze that turns haunted on select nights starting in mid-October. Hay rides, pony rides, farm animals, pedal carts and other children’s activities are also available, and you can pick up cider donuts, roasted sweet corn, kettle corn, ice cream, and more treats. They also have a tasting room for their wines.

Hurd’s Family Farm - Modena, NY
Pick your own apples as summer winds into fall, and pick your own pumpkins as fall begins. In December, they have six different varieties of Christmas trees for you to select as well, mostly cut your own (with a limited amount of precut trees available). Fall activities include hayrides around the 120 acre apple orchard, 2 acre corn maze, giant slide and other kid’s activities, farm to table treats and nature trails. They have homemade apple and pumpkin pies, available by the slice or the whole pie, in the barn. They also have fresh cider donuts, apple cider and cider slushies, and sparkling cider.

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.

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. Iron Kettle Farm has 15,314 Facebook likes. The address is 707 Owego Rd., Candor, NY 13743.

Kelder Farms - Kerhonkson, NY
Pick your own apples from August through October, and pumpkins in October. They also have other pick your own throughout the season. There are hayrides on the weekends in the fall. There are children’s activities including a petting farm, mini-golf, giant spider web, playground and more. Try not to get lost in the corn maze, and stop by the Farm Market and Ice Cream Barn for treats, fresh produce, local meat and eggs, and more.  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.

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.

Kesicke Farm - Rhinebeck, NY
Enjoy pumpkin picking, corn maze, hay rides, hay maze and a balloon launcher. Fall activities start around the middle of September. Open every Saturday and Sunday this fall.  The address is 221 Middle Road, Rhinebeck, NY 12572. It is located about 20 miles north of Poughkeepsie.

Lewin Farm - Calverton, NY
Pick your own produce including apples beginning in late August and pumpkins beginning in late September. The fields are cash only and there is an ATM in the farm store. The farm store also offers produce and local honey, roasted corn and other goodies. There is also a 5 acre corn maze with a different design each year. They also have several varieties of Christmas trees available in December, both for cut your own and pre-cut. They offer tractor rides out to the nursery fields.  Opens this year in late September.  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. They do not accept credit cards at the u-pick stand.

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.

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.

Middlefield Orchard - Cooperstown, NY
Pick your own apples from dwarf trees growing over 25 varieties between early August and late October, plus berries earlier in the year and pumpkins later in the fall. They also have a “Rent-a-Tree” program that gives you exclusive rights to the produce of a single tree for the year, giving you tons of apples to make your own treats throughout the season. They are closed Sunday but the orchard is open the rest of the week. They offer jams and jellies and other treats. They also have a corn maze, haywagon rides, and more activities.

Minard’s Family Farm - Clindondale, NY
Pick your own apples from 14 varieties, plus more available at the Barn Market – as well as pumpkins, beginning in early October. They also sell cider donuts, pies, and other baked goods at the Barn Market as well as preserves, local honey and maple syrup, and other local products. They also have activities such as a 2.5 acre corn maze, hayride, apple slingshot, and more.

Ontario Orchards - Oswego, NY
Pick your own apples and pumpkins, plus take a spin through the corn maze or a ride on the hayride and enjoy cider and other treats. The address is 7735 State Route 104, Oswego, NY 13126. It is about 40 miles north of Syracuse.

Outhouse Orchards - North Salem, NY
Enjoy this northern Westchester Orchard starting in early September, when you can pre-pay for your apple bag and search the orchard for your favorite apples. PYO pumpkins, corn maze and hayrides also available at the orchard. Founded as a dairy farm in the late 1800s by their great grandfather, the family started growing crops in the 1900s.

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. Other activities include gem mining, goat mountain, cow train and corn cannon. Get lost in the six acre corn maze 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.

Pierson Bicentential Farm - Middletown, NY
A natural beef farm with u-pick pumpkins, corn maze, farm animals and fright nights.

Prospect Hill Orchard - Milton, NY
The apple orchard at Prospect Hill is about 15 acres of dwarf apple trees, with a picnic spot by the pond, offering about a dozen varieties of apples. They also offer pears and a pumpkin patch, so you can pick a gourd for decoration, jack o lanterns, or pie. Take a tractor pulled hayride around the orchard, or get a little lost in the corn maze. Use the old-fashioned cider press to make your own cider.

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 farm is located at 73-50 Little Neck Parkway, Floral Park, NY 11004. It is about 12 driving miles east of downtown Queens.

Rogers Family Orchard - Johnstown, NY
Pick your own apples, plus they have apple cider, cider donuts, pumpkins, a corn maze, hayride, and other fall fun.

Rulfs Orchard - Peru, NY
Pick your own berries, tomotoes, apples and pumpkins. On weekends, they run wagon rides out to the pumpkin patch. The farm store is open yearround and stocks apples, fresh apple cider, fresh cider donuts and pies, and their own honey, as well as locally made goodies. In December, they have precut Christmas trees, wreaths and more. They also offer a variety of children’s activities, including a petting zoo.

Samascott Orchards - Kinderhook, NY
In addition to fruits and vegetables of all sorts, you can pick your own apples (from July through November) and pumpkins (September and October). The Farm Stand offers fresh produce, homemade cider and cider donuts, local honey and maple syrup, and more. They make sweet cider in apple, pear, and apple-strawberry (seasonal) varieties. The Garden Market, which they bought in 2005, offers greenhouse grown produce, herbs, and flowers, but also offers a 7 acre corn maze with a different design each year.

Sand Flats Orchards - Fonda, NY
Pick your own or prepicked apples through September and October. They offer apple cider, cider donuts, pies, kettle corn and other treats. Pick up mums, pumpkins, and gourds at the farm stand as well. Take a tractor ride, try not to get lost in the corn maze, have a picnic, and see farm animals.

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. The pumpkin patch is open everyday starting around the middle of September through October 31st. The address is 6 Bagatelle Road, Dix Hills, NY 11746. It is about 31 miles east of Queens.

Seven Ponds Orchard - Water Mill, NY
A pick your own apple farm that also offers berries and vegetables. They also have children’t activities including a hayride and corn maze.

Stakey’s Pumpkin Farm - Aquebogue, NY
All 26 acres of pumpkin picking straight off the vine. All you can carry pumpkins. The farm has been selling pumpkins since 1976. Hayrides past the maze and around the patch. Kids’ Korner has face painting, bounce house and pony rides. Three acre cornfield maze with trivia game. 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.

Stanton’s Feura Farm - Feura Bush, NY
On weekends in September and October, pick your own pumpkins and apples (15 varieties), plus take a spin through the hay and corn mazes, or a hayride. Enjoy a fresh apple cider donut, apple cider and other treats.

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.

Suffolk County Farm - Yaphank, NY
The Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County hosts a Pumpkinfest in late September with wagon rides, corn maze, pumpkin picking and pumpkin decorating. They also hold an annual pumpkin catapult contest called the Pumpkin Fling Pumpkinfest runs early October and Pumpkin Fling happens in October. The address is 350 Yaphank Avenue, Yaphank, NY 11980. It is located 53 miles east of Queens.

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 around the middle of September through  October 31st. During non-holiday weekdays, there is no admission charge. Admission for festival weekends is $8 per person. Attractions are priced individually. With more than 51,751 Facebook likes The Great Pumpkin Farm is one of the top New York fall attractions. The address is 11199 Main Street, Clarence, NY 14031. It is about 19 miles east of downtown Buffalo.

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.

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.  All new “America in Space” corn maze opens around the middle of August.

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.

Weed Orchards - Marlboro, NY
A fun farm with hayrides, petting zoo, picnic area, Pirates of the Hudson Corn Maze, weekend barbeque, hay maze, and weekend entertainment. They features lots of pick your own apples, pumpkins, and fruit. On weekends they special events like their Salsa Festival, Peach Festival, Fall Festival, Harvest Festival, Apple Festival, Pumpkin Festival, and Halloween Festival. Their address is 43 Mount Zion Road, Marlboro, NY 12542. It is about 12 miles southwest of Poughkeepsie.

Weed Orchards and Winery - Marlboro, NY
With activities for the kids including a playground, a pet-friendly backyard area, and a corn maze, this orchard and winery is more than just apples! Take a tractor-pulled hayrude through the orchard, pick your own apples and other produce, then enjoy some fresh baked pies, cider donuts, and more, made fresh each weekend. The winery and its tasting room, open weekends, offer up wines, hard ciders, and craft beers, plus farm to table offerings from the cafe.

Wheatfield Pumpkin Farm - Wheatfield, NY
Pumpkin patch opens in late September. Family fun pass admission for $6 includes regular hayride, mini-corn maze and play area. They also do haunted hayrides on weekends and the week of Halloween in late October. The address is 6920 Nash Rd., Wheatfield, NY 14120. It is just 18 miles north of Buffalo.

Wickham Farm - Penfield, NY
What began as a roadside pumpkin patch in 1988 has grown, with the addition of a corn maze, a heated barn to serve as a store, apple orchard, barnyard fun area, and more. There are two corn mazes, one family sized and one giant corn maze (over 5 acres), both of which open in August. The apple orchard has 13 varieties over 5,000 trees, with availability between mid-August and late October. The purchase of an apple bag includes a hayride tour for every member of your party. The pumpkin patch features thousands of various orange pumpkins, which are available for a flat rate regardless of size. The store offers a variety of hot and cold food, fresh pressed apple cider, cider donuts (daily in the fall) and other baked goods, apples from the orchard, and more. The barnyard fun area is accessible for a flat rate, and offers fun for all ages, including an apple cannon, antique tractor, barrel horses, corn pit, combine slide, duck races, farm animals and bunnies, and more.

Wilkens Farm - Yorktown Heights, NY
This fruit and fir (Christmas Trees) farm has pick your own apples, corn maze and pumpkins in the fall. It is open daily from late August through the middle of December for farm harvest. The address is 1335 White Hill Road, Yorktown Heights, NY 10598. It is about 47 miles north of New York City.

Windy Acres Farm - Calverton, NY
Take a tractor ride out to the apple orchards and pick your own, with pumpkins coming later in September. They have children’s activities, and a corn maze. You can also enjoy roasted corn, cider donuts and pies, and cider smoothies.

Wright Family Farm - Warwick, NY
Fall fun starts in early September.  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.

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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. Fall season begins around the middle of September 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. 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.

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.  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.

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.

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 enjo y! 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.

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.

The Haunt at Rocky Ledge – North White Plains, NY
This haunt is open every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights in October. Two haunted houses, a wooded trail, and walk through the haunted corn field at The Haunt at Rocky Ledge. It takes about 25 minutes to complete the cornfield scare with a six person group. Parking is free. There is a concession stand at the end of the attraction. If you can still eat. Friday nights are open from 8 pm until 11 pm. Saturdays are open from 7 pm until 11 pm. Sundays run from 7 pm until 10 pm.

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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