5 Corn Mazes to Get Lost in This Fall
Check out these a-maze-ing mazes around New Hampshire this season
Fall in New Hampshire is filled with pumpkins, apple picking, foliage drives, haunted houses and maybe even the occasional cider donut from your local farm store. It’s also the time of year to visit a corn maze, so we have rounded up a few of our favorites. Many of the farms listed also offer additional family activities like farm animals, “night mazes” and more. Visit the individual maze websites for times and rates.
Before you head out, don’t forget to check the farm’s website for proper COVID-19 protocols and guidelines.
107 Beech Hill Rd., Hopkinton
This year’s corn maze is an 8-acre field split into two mazes, and the themes are “Ocean Action” and “Animal Olympics.” Each maze takes about 40 minutes to complete. Once you finish, make sure you reward yourself with some ice cream or by visiting some of the Beech Hill Farm animals.
118 North River Road, Lee
Surround yourself with 8- to 9-foot stalks of corn as you journey your way through a blue bird-shaped maze. As you progress through your walk, you will find mailboxes to help guide your path. Each mailbox holds a trivia question about the corn maze theme that will help you find your way around. Close out your expedition with a visit to the farmstand where you can peruse the farm’s pumpkins, winter squashes, eggs, culinary oils and more. If you’re feeling really adventurous, then don’t miss the Flashlight Night Maze.
69 Portsmouth Ave., Stratham
Visitors are invited to explore over 6 acres of 12-foot-high twists and turns at Scamman Farm. Each year there is a new game within the maze to add to the fun and encourage mazegoers to cover all of the possible paths. If you’re in the mood to be spooked, then don’t miss special Night Mazes on October 9, 16, 23 and 30.
141 River Rd., Plainfield
Puns aside, each year’s maze at Riverview Farm is its own work of art. It is fun for all ages because each year there is a new design, theme and story that goes along with the theme with clues and characters. This year’s maze is in the shape of an apple tree and will take about 20 minutes to go through.
245 Intervale Road, Gilford
This family-owned and operated farm prides itself in offering one of New Hampshire’s most difficult corn mazes. Their multiacre “behemoth” includes miles of turns, dead ends, loops, open squares and bridges. Not only do they offer Friday and Saturday Spooky Night Mazes, but they also have plenty of fresh produce, flowers and a pumpkin patch for everyone in your family to enjoy.