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Best Corn Maze (2022)

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Every fall, farms across the country transform their cornfields into interactive mazes, perfect for a fall family outing. There are more than 500 of these mazes across the nation, but our readers have helped us narrow it down to 20 of the most exemplary, both for the quality of the maze itself and for the wealth of other activities that are offered.

  • Treworgy Family Orchards

    Treworgy Family Orchards
    Levant, Maine

    Host to the largest continually running corn maze in the state, Treworgy’s Family Orchard’s maze covers over four acres and consists of 60,000 corn plants grown to a height of ten feet. Each year, family members design and plant a new maze using traditional surveying and drafting methods. 
    Photo courtesy of Treworgy Family Orchards

  • Devine's Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch

    Devine's Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch
    Harrodsburg, Kentucky

    Enjoy fun for the entire family at Devine’s Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch in Harrodsburg, Kentucky. Wander through their family-friendly corn maze on a sunny autumn afternoon. If you dare, return the weekend of Halloween and watch your nightmares come alive at night in the rustling corn with the Field of Horror. Jason, Freddy, or the Children of the Corn may be waiting around the next corner!!
    Photo courtesy of Devine's Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch

  • Cherry Crest Adventure Farm

    Cherry Crest Adventure Farm
    Ronks, Pennsylvania

    Located in Pennsylvania’s Dutch Country, Cherry Crest Adventure Farm’s Amazing Maize Maze covers five acres, includes 2.5 miles of paths and claims the title of "America’s longest running corn maze." Guests spend an hour or more navigating the maze with the help of Maze Masters, clues and a gameboard.  
    Photo courtesy of Cathy Kornfield

  • Davis Mega Maze

    Davis Mega Maze
    Sterling, Massachusetts

    Visitors to the Davis Mega Maze in Sterling, Massachusetts, wind their way annually through a one-way corn maze with three miles of trails and eight acres of corn. There are seven intensity levels, numerous games, and even fun features for “techies” such as Mobile Mazing and Geo Questing. Maze Masters will give directions for those who need help, and travelers will find many surprises that will test both mental and physical abilities.
    Photo courtesy of emholk // Getty Images

  • Denver Downs Farm

    Denver Downs Farm
    Anderson, South Carolina

    Denver Downs Farm invites guests to navigate through their twelve-acre corn maze and find the twelve hidden checkpoints in numerical order. Travelers can use their phones to record times at each checkpoint and when they finish the maze, and will be entered in a drawing for prizes if their’s is the fastest time! This South Carolina Century Farm in Anderson County has been owned and operated by the same family since 1869.
    Photo courtesy of Denver Downs

  • Great Vermont Corn Maze

    Great Vermont Corn Maze
    Danville, Vermont

    The Great Vermont Corn Maze is considered the largest corn maze in New England, and it is located on a third-generation family dairy farm about thirty minutes east of Montpelier. Comprised of 24 acres with more than three miles of trails, The BIG Maze has ten-foot-tall walls of corn and usually takes over two hours to complete. For those who would prefer “a taste of the Big Maze without the frustration,” the SCENIC Maze is a shorter 40-minute hike and includes an underground tunnel, bridges with fantastic views, and new attractions every year.
    Photo courtesy of Birdseye Media Services

  • Exploration Acres

    Exploration Acres
    Lafayette, Indiana

    From mid-September through October, visit Exploration Acres and get lost in Indiana's largest corn maze. Each year the 23-acre corn maze is given a new creative design with miles and miles of pathways to navigate. In addition to the maze, the farm offers plenty of family-friendly activities like hayrides, pumpkin picking, tractor trains, and more.
    Photo courtesy of John Lumkes

  • Cool Patch Pumpkins

    Cool Patch Pumpkins
    Dixon, California

    Cool Patch Pumpkins Corn Maze, one of the largest in the country, comes in at over 40 acres. Along with the regular corn labyrinth, there will be a grass maze for children, hayrides, pedal cars and even a Corn Bath quicksand pit. 
    Photo courtesy of Seth Cooley

  • Maze Craze

    Maze Craze
    New Springfield, Ohio

    Come and get lost in New Springfield, Ohio, at Maze Craze! Over 21 acres of corn, with four different maze difficulties to choose from, and open from mid-September through the end of October. Plan to spend anywhere from ninety minutes to three hours as you wind your way through the corn to complete all four challenges!
    Photo courtesy of C.Bacon

  • Cornbelly's

    Cornbelly's
    Lehi, Utah

    Each autumn, Cornbelly’s in Utah debuts a new corn maze with 8 acres of pathways, interactive games and trivia. Visitors also enjoy a kiddie maze for little ones, grain train rides and a completely separate haunted maze featuring animatronics and live spooks.
    Photo courtesy of Cornbelly's

The top 10 winners in the category Best Corn Maze are as follows:

  1. Treworgy Family Orchards - Levant, Maine
  2. Devine's Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch - Harrodsburg, Kentucky
  3. Cherry Crest Adventure Farm - Ronks, Pennsylvania
  4. Davis Mega Maze - Sterling, Massachusetts
  5. Denver Downs Farm - Anderson, South Carolina
  6. Great Vermont Corn Maze - Danville, Vermont
  7. Exploration Acres - Lafayette, Indiana
  8. Cool Patch Pumpkins - Dixon, California
  9. Maze Craze - New Springfield, Ohio
  10. Cornbelly's - Lehi, Utah

Congratulations to all these winners!

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