Corn Mazes In and Around Fairfield County / Southwestern Connecticut
Nothing says wholesome fall family fun like a corn maze!
Some corn mazes are harder to complete than others; if you have younger children, it can be wise to call ahead and find out whether the maze is appropriate for them, or if there is an easy way out when little legs get tire. Usually, the mazes take between 45 minutes and 2 hours to complete. Wear clothing and shoes appropriate for the weather; if it has been raining, boots are in order!Get some great exercise with your family in the fresh air! There are a bunch of corn mazes in our area; a few are free!
There are over a dozen other corn mazes in southwest Connecticut to which you can bring your family for a great fall experience.
If there is a corn maze that we have missed, please email us to let us know, and we'll add it promptly. Thank you!
Apple picking and corn mazes open early September, with hayrides starting shortly after. The corn maze is $5/person. The Mini Corn Maze is open 7 days/week in September & October and is a nice warm up for the Hill Top Corn Maze; as it is 1/8 the size & better suited for younger children.
Ellsworth Hill Orchard & Berry Farm
In addition to pick-your-own apples, they have other seasonal fruit: Blueberries, Cherries, Figs, Peaches, Pears, Plums, Pumpkins & Gourds, Raspberries, Strawberries, and vegetables. Corn maze in the fall!
Connecticut River Valley’s favorite farm on our annual KidsOutAndAbout Top 20 Places to Take Kids in Hartford, Lyman Orchards is a beautiful and sprawling farm with gorgeous scenery and a sense of history you can feel with each step you take. This year, Lyman Orchards celebrates their incredible 275th (!) anniversary, and they pride themselves on a tradition of preserving the land and offering wholesome activities for the whole family.