A-MAZE Yourself with Maine’s Corn Mazes!

Corn MazeCorny title, I know.  Guess I’m just in a punny mood today!  Either way, here is a agritourism list of corn mazes throughout the state for fall 2015!  Many farms offer other fun activities along with their delicious, fresh fruits and veggies and corn maze like games, hay rides, farm animals, pumpkin picking, corn cannons and more.  Enjoy!


Route 26, 5 Harvest Hill Way, Mechanic Falls
207-998-3259   www.harvesthillfarms.com/Corn_Maze.htmlTrex
Open 11am to 6pm Saturdays and Sundays now though November 1st, 2015. Night maze open Friday and Saturday nights from 6pm to 10pm starting September 25th.  Pumpkin Land open now.

Harvest Hill Farms features a corn maze, Pumpkin Land agritainment venue with activities, rides, bounce houses and of course a pumpkin patch, a country market and farm house pizza & deli.  The 10-acre cornfield features an intricate labyrinth of passages in a shape with an agricultural theme. Farmer Joe is missing and you will become a Farm Scene Investigator and make your way through the Maze to the 6 clue stations. Using the clue book punch card provided, at each clue station you’ll get clues to help you solve the mystery. $8 per person.


pumpkinvalley100 Union Falls Road, Dayton
207-929-4088 | Pumpkin Valley Farm

Open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday now through October 31st.

A 6-acre labyrinth of twists, turns and dead ends carved through stalks over your head! Most maze-goers spend on average an hour trying to maneuver their way out of the mind-boggling puzzle! No worries though, the maze is designed in two phases for an early exit halfway. Challenge yourself using clues and fun games to help find your way.  Farm also features kettle corn, cow train, farm yard and corn cannon! $9 per person Saturday and Sunday, $7 per person Fridays from 9am-2pm (2 and under free always).  Price includes hayride and everything on the farm.


755 Farmington Falls Road, Farmington
207-778-3835 | www.sandyriverfarms.com/
sandyriverOpen weekends through October 31st, Haunted Maize opens October 29-31, 5-9pm.
Visit the 10 acre maze, which is a series of paths cut into the cornfield and will provide ample fun for young and old. In addition to the maize, the annual “Pick your own Pumpkin” patch will be adjacent to the Maize field with an old-fashioned hayride between the two. We have thousands of pumpkins in all shapes and sizes…come and get your Jack-o-lantern for Halloween!  $8 ages 10 and up, $4 ages 9 and under, and children 3 and under are free.  Price includes parking, hayride, petting zoo, obstacle course and corn box.


185 Newport Road (Route 117), Corinna
207-278-3708 | personalpages.tdstelme.net/~trfarm/maze.html
thunderroadOpen 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday now through October 31st.
Come enjoy hours of fun!  There is one maze but it’s possible to do in 2 parts so younger children do not have to complete the full large maze.  There’s also a Jumping Pillow, Duck Races,  Cow Train, Bale Maze, Corn Box, picnic tables, Corn Tunnel, Hayrides, Horse Tire Swings, and photo ops. $8 admission (3 and under free) includes maze, hayride, jumping pillow and more.

TREWORGY FAMILY ORCHARDS:  Edwin the Elephant’s exciting escape

3876 Union St, Levant
207-884-8354 | treworgyorchards.comtrewgyAbout 60,000 corn plants make up this year’s maze, and most grow up to 10 feet tall, nice and high so the maze is more challenging and more fun! Come on out and get lost!  No matter how you tackle the maze, we know you’ll find the way out, eventually, and we know you’ll have a great time trying!     2015 Prices: $8 Adults, $7 Children 3-12  (2 and under are free).   Includes a delicious soft-serve ice cream, vanilla, chocolate or twist, once you’re out! 

Do you know of another corn maze?  Let us know and we’ll add it to the list!