Corn Mazes In Vermont.
Here is a list of some of the best corn mazes in Vermont.
The Isham Family Farm has been in the family for 5 generations. They are very community-minded and are always creating ways to include others with their farm and land.
Follow the maze to find all of the hidden signs, which will hopefully have clues to lead you in the proper direction.
Largest Maze in New England. 26 acres of fun. Big maze (a Black Diamond level maze) can take 2+ hours to hike. Consist of 3+ miles of trail, bridges, tunnel, photo ops, etc. Recommend arriving as early as possible, no later than 1PM. Closing the largest maze in New England is a complex procedure. They begin the closing process 2 hours prior to closing so no one is allowed to enter after that time.
This corn maze take approximate 1 hour to complete. Dogs are allowed but must be on a leash. There are also 2 baby calves and for $0.25 you can feed them.
It’s a 3.2 mile maze built in the likeness of a 100-foot tall scarecrow, a 65-foot tall pumpkin and last a 50-foot tall crow. Located right in the back fields of the Sam Mazza Farm Market on Lavigne Road in Colchester, VT, you can come and test your sense of direction and endurance in the maze by finding 12 checkpoints within one or both mazes in the Scarecrow Delight.One is 1.2 miles and the other is a 2.1 mile course. Both utilize the elements of the scarecrow, pumpkin, and crow elements of the maze.
TICKETS ARE FOR THE 2022 SEASON ONLY & are NON-REFUNDABLE. Each Hathaway Farm & Corn Maze ticket can be used once during the current 2022 corn maze season—no reservations required. Tickets are valid for day use (10am-5pm) or Moonlight Madness admission (Saturday nights in September/October).
Every fall the Gaines Farm has a 5 acre corn maze open on the weekends starting in early September. It’s great fun for family and friends. The farm also offers a baby animal barn, hayrides, horse riding and fun games for kids of all ages. There is a concession stand and picnic tables for your enjoyment. During the month of October Gaines Farm runs a haunted hayride and haunted maze at night. It is a fun and frightful time for everyone that comes to the farm. Children attending the haunted events should be over 10 years old.
There are over twenty acres of family fun at this Vermont corn maze. If you’re looking for some amazing fun in there Vermont corn maze, you can choose to get lost in their walking corn maze, or if a faster pace is more your style, choose our mountain biking corn maze!
Explore all four of their amazing corn mazes for ONE price, right here at their Vermont family attraction. Offering pick-your-own Sunflowers through Labor Day and pick-your-own Pumpkins early September-October. Farm-themed attractions at the corn maze include pony swings, animal barn, hay maze, John Deere tricycle track, tug of war, corn hole, tire climbers and sandpit area, cow barrel train, pumpkin patch, farm market, ice cream, and more!
This family-friendly maze is good for kids ages 4 and up. Each year the maze features a new theme with 5-6 destinations or “rooms” to find. Most families spend 45 minutes or more in the maze. You will never feel very lost and can easily exit when little ones get tired. Maze experts can expect to complete the maze in 20 minutes or fewer.
Every year starting on Labor Day weekend, we open up the corn maze we’ve been mapping out and preparing all summer long. Our Corn Maze offers families a fun way to enjoy the fall season while supporting our camper scholarship fund. We look forward to seeing you out for the 2023 season!