Get lost in the beauty of the season! Strolling (or running, skipping, walking) through a corn maze is one of the adventures of fall (and it’s perfect for all ages!) Lucky for us, Connecticut is home to several corn mazes that boast beauty, art, and creativity!
According to Corn Mazes America, the first modern corn maze was created in the early 1990s in the United States. By 1998 there were between 50-100 and a decade later, 2008, it’s estimated that there were over 800 corn mazes in the United States! We did some searching but could not find the exact number of corn mazes that exist in American today, but safe to say, the number exceeds one thousand!
Below please find the Maze or Mazes within forty miles of Plymouth.
|Plasko's Farm||Trumbull||670 Daniels Farm Road||203-268-2716|
|Castle Hill Farm||Newtown||25 Sugar Lane||203-426-5487|
|Jones Family Farm's Pumpkinseed Hill||Shelton||120 Beardsley Road||203-929-8425|
|Benedict's Home and Garden||Monroe||480 Purdy Hill Road||203-268-2537|
|Lyman Orchards||Middlefield||32 Reeds Gap Road||860-349-1973|
|Ellsworth Hill Orchard & Berry Farm||Sharon||461 Cornwall Bridge Rd. Rte.4||860-364-0025|
|Brown’s Harvest||Windson||1911 Poquonock Ave.||860-683-0266|
|Foster Family Farm||South Windsor||90 Foster Street||860-648-9366|
|Nathan Hale Homestead||Coventry||2299 South St.||860-742-6917|
|March Farm||Bethlehem||160 Munger Lane||203-266-7721|
Most corn mazes are open on weekends, but we recommend calling ahead of time or checking the Farm’s website for exact dates and times of operation. In addition to the joys of getting lost in the cornstalks, many of the farms offer fun fall activities including hayrides and pumpkin picking.