New England Boasts 3 of the Biggest Corn Mazes in America
Corn mazes have become a new tradition during fall in New England. Local farms will cut their corn in patterns to create a fun and sometimes challenging mazes that can cover several acres of farmland.
Every state in New England has at least one corn maze, and New England also has three of the largest corn mazes in the country, according to timeout.com. Good luck trying to find your way through these massive mazes.
Keep in mind that the below corn maze photos and information on Facebook posts may not be current, as most farms haven't revealed their designs yet.
Ekonk Hill Turkey Farm - Moosup, Connecticut
Ekonk Hill Turkey Farm is a family farm owned and operated by the Hermonot Family, and is the largest grower of pasture-raised turkeys in Connecticut. Their admission includes the corn maze, wagon rides, and even a night maze. Their 2021 maze was called the "Night Sky Maze."
Great Vermont Corn Maze - Danville, Vermont
The Great Vermont Corn Maze is celebrating its 25th year of what they cleverly call "confusion." That's exactly what you might experience while trying to get through their massive maze covering 24 acres. It takes about two hours to hike through, and is open now through mid-October. 2021's maze was an "amazing" dragon maze. See what I did there?
Davis Mega Maze - Sterling, Massachusetts
Davis Mega Maze opens on September 30. There are no photos of any of their mazes we could find, but the theme of this year's maze is "Witches & Wizards." Think Harry Potter without actually being Harry Potter, because that's a really expensive license to get.
Those are proclaimed to be the three biggest corn mazes in New England, but let's not forget this one in Maine.
Treworgy Family Orchards - Levant, Maine
This may not be the biggest corn maze in New England, but it was awarded USA Today's Readers' Choice for 2023 for the second year in a row. You can read all about the award here.