The 10 Best Corn Mazes in Massachusetts!
If you’ve never gotten lost in a corn maze, you don’t know what you’re missing! An adventure through a well laid-out corn maze is a rite of passage for many when the leaves start to change. Experience the sights and smells of autumn as you explore these 10 great corn mazes in Massachusetts!
Opening in September, Davis Mega Maze is likely the best- known corn maze in Massachusetts. Other activities are available and live music adds to the fun. Play outdoor laser tag or go zip-lining during your visit for a fun-filled family outing.
Each year, Mike’s Maze works hard to craft some of the best maze designs in the state. Named “Best Maze in the U.S.,” in 2015, Mike’s is comprised of eight acres of fun.
Sauchuk’s Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch opened in 2007, and has hosted a wealth of Massachusetts residents and visitors every year since. Each year additional activities are added to their program. Guests come for the maze and wind up spending the better part of the day.
Connors Farm Corn Maze features a new theme each year. While there, check out the farm stand and pick up fruits and vegetables from their recent harvest. A host of fall activities await those who come for the corn maze.
The Marini Farm Corn Maze is only open for the month of October. In addition to their eight-acre maze, there is a one-acre mini maze for younger kids and those not able to walk as far. A bounce house, games and hayrides are also available, on weekends only.
Dubbed Tom and Matt’s Excellent Adventure, the corn maze at Hanson’s Farm is a big draw for those all over Massachusetts. A huge tent is set up for picnics and hayrides are also available.
In addition to the exciting corn maze at Crescent Farm, guests will want to visit with the farm animals and check out the items for sale at the farm stand. If you love Richardson’s Ice Cream, a stop at the ice cream stand is a must, too.
Call the phone number on the Meadow View Farms website to see when their corn maze opens for the season. The little ones will love the wooden farm equipment structure and everyone will want to visit their Lil’ Red Shed.
Formerly known as the Billingsgate Farm, C&C Reading Farm’s corn maze opens in late September. Past maze themes include “Wizards and Dragons,” “Dinosaurs!” and “Pirate Adventure!” Check out the grain train and enjoy a hay ride, too.
Wojcik’s Farm consistently crafts a memorable maze. Past designs include a pirate ship and a beach theme. Group discounts are offered to parties of 12 or more. Be sure to check out the fresh cut French fries at the Snack Shack while visiting.