10 Amazing Corn Mazes in Connecticut Last Updated 9/20

Corn mazes are a fall tradition in Connecticut. You’ll be impressed by the sheer number of mazes in the state and the mind-boggling creativity that goes into building them. Some are daytime mazes with clues and hints, and some let you come back in the dark with a flashlight if you’ve got the nerve. So if no one’s told you to go get lost lately, maybe it’s time to do it yourself, and bring along family and friends. Can’t get enough? Most are open on weekends, check websites for details.

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Ellsworth Hill Orchard & Berry Farms, Sharon

Ready to get lost? Explore Ellsworth’s corn maze, starting September 4 and continues to November 25, 2020. And don’t miss the vintage interactive model train display, plus apple picking, pumpkins and more!

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Castle Hill Farm, Newtown

Get lost in the seven acre corn maze from October 3 through November 1, 2020. Then pick your own pumpkin, gourds and squash.

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Fort Hill Farms, Thompson

This year, the corn maze adventure at Fort Hill Farms pays tribute to the Monarch butterfly. Walk through the educational corn maze and learn about Cabot farmers. Opens August 23 and runs to October 31, 2020.

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The Farm, Woodbury

This year, get ready to embark on an ocean-themed adventure, with various aquatic animals shaping the design of the corn maze. Unique interactive corn maze is a family experience that goes from September 5 to October 31, 2020. Take a hayride around the farm and pick out the special pumpkin to bring home.

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Buttonwood Farm, Griswold

Get lost in the seven acre corm maze on weekends, from October 1 through October 31, 2020. Take a hayride, visit the farm animals and pick a pumpkin from the pumpkin patch.

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Ekonk Hill Turkey Farm, Sterling

Travel through miles of paths, then relax by taking one of the farm's hayrides and visit the animals in the barnyard. Stop by the farm store for plenty of treats. Corn maze opens September 19 and continues to November 1, 2020.

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Treat Farm, Orange

Visit Treat Farm to experience this popular maze Fridays through Sunday starting September 5 and continuing through October 31, 2020.

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Lyman Orchards, Middlefield

If you can drag yourself away from the fresh fruit, pies and treats of the Apple Barrel store, challenge yourself to Lyman’s 2020 corn maze. This year’s theme is “Thank You Our Heroes,” an appreciation for our frontline workers. $1 from every admission will be donated to the American Cancer Society. Corn maze opens August 29 and runs to November 1, 2020.

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Scott's Yankee Farmer, East Lyme

Get lost in this fun family-friendly maze from September 5 through October 31, 2020. Make sure to make reservations on the weekends.

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March Farm, Bethlehem

Come and enjoy the fun by getting lost in the Hill Top Corn Maze at March Farm in Bethlehem. The maze features five acres of towering corn and over three miles of pathways. Open on weekends from September 26 through October 31, 2020.