Below you will find the list of Vermont corn mazes. 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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Great Vermont Maze – Danville, VT – 8.5 Acres
Already open for 2015!
A third generation dairy farm that will open their corn maze in 2014 on August 1st. The theme looks like it is dinosaurs! Past themes: Dinosaurs (2014), Aliens and Spaceships (2013), Puzzle (2012) and Falcon (2011). They don’t let you walk through the maze at night, but they do have a 1/2 mile haunted cornfield walk called Dead North in October. Another attraction at the Great Vermont Maze is the Barnyard Nature Center, which is free with admission to the corn maze.
Percy Farm Corn Maze – Stowe, VT
Already open for 2015! The corn maze costs $6.00 for adults and $3.00 for children. It takes around an hour to complete. It is generally open from August until October. Maple syrup is available for sale year round and sweet corn is available in season.
Hathaway Farm – Rutland, VT – 2 Mazes over 12 Acres
2014 Theme: I’ve Got the Music in Me
Three generations of the Hathaway family have run the farm since 1942, when they bought it from the Osgood family (the Potato Kings of Vermont and one of the largest maple syrup producers. Their corn maze is the largest in Vermont according to their website. It is closed Tuesdays. Bring your flashlight on Saturday night for Moonlight Madness. Past themes have included the Olympics (2012) and “Celebrate 250 Years” – Vermont Anniversary (2011). The second maze is a mini maze for young children. Other attractions include the Livestock Barn as well as their own Vermont maple syrup.
Equinox Valley Nursery – Manchester, Vermont. A family owned nursery, garden center and landscape company in Mount Equinox valley since 1979. Walk through the pumpkin patch to find your pumpkin, take a wagon ride to fall foliage, and try some cider doughnuts! Also enjoy their pumpkin carving festival (normally just after Columbus Day weekend), corn maze, pumpkin ice cream and apple cider. The location is Route 7A, Manchester, Vermont. They are 35 miles south of Rutland.
Gaines Farm – Guilford, VT – 7 Acres
Opens September 19, 2015!
Open Saturday and Sunday to November 1, plus Columbus Day. Maze admission is $8 with seniors (60+) $7 and ages under 3 free. The Gaines family has been farming in Guilford since 1782. In addition to the classic 7 acre corn maze, they offer a twilight maze walk (Sept 27th and October 4th), a haunted maze and haunted hayrides. Haunted attractions are $10 each and open 7 days in October + Nov 1.Past themes have included Frozen (2014), Autumn on the Farm (2012) and 250 Year Celebration (cow with cake)(2011). Other attractions include the cow train, pumpkin bowling, corn cannon and maple syrup from the Gaines Farm Sugar House.
Sam Mazza’s Corn Maze – Colchester, VT.
Opens August 29, 2015!
Sam Mazza’s is a 350 acre farm, bakery and greenhouses run by three generations of the Sam Mazza family. Visit the pumpkin patch on weekends with a hayride. Other attractions include the year round bakery, the giant pumpkin weigh-in (one day only!) and the annual Harvest Festival. Enjoy the full service bakery, petting zoo, and children’s playground as well. Learn more about what’s happening at the farm on Facebook. They are open all year with special activities during the fall. The location is 277 Lavigne Road, Colchester, Vermont 05446. They are 5 miles north of Burlington. Choose between a one mile path or a two mile path through the corn maze. Or do them both! Each path has six hidden stations – if you find them all you can enter to win a prize.
Isham Family Farm – Williston, Vermont. A wonderful place for pumpkin picking, corn maze, field trips, wagon rides, and farm fun nearly all year. The pumpkin patch includes the wagon ride. The location is 3515 Oak Hill Road, Williston, Vermont 05495. It is just 10 miles south of Burlington.
The Barn at Boyden Farm – Cambridge, VT – 12 Acres
Although I can’t find any evidence of a corn maze among the activites at Boyden now (April 2013), I’ve seen multiple online references to a corn maze there.