The 10 Best Corn Mazes in New York! By
It’s fun to get lost—especially when you have to find your way through a corn maze, and there might be cider doughnuts at the end. This fall, New York corn mazes beckon visitors, adding an element of exploration to farms and pumpkin patches around the state. Here are 10 of the best ones to check out.
Navigate your way through two miles of 10-foot corn stalks, pausing on two scenic bridges with views of eastern Long Island’s Mecox Bay and the Atlantic Ocean.
A fall festivity paradise, Pumpkinville offers an array of fun activities, including a six-acre corn maze. Afterward, families can enjoy hayrides, pumpkin picking, apple cider squeezing, and a petting zoo.
Ellms Family Farm is steeped in history. Celebrate the fall within their interactive corn maze that takes 90 minutes to complete.
This kid-friendly corn maze lets children play a mystery game as they work their way through two acres of cornstalks. Afterward, they can take advantage of fall festivities like an apple launcher, hayrides, a giant slide, and a bounce pillow.
A small, quiet, family-owned farm and pumpkin patch, Lewin Farm provides simple fun in the form of a five-acre corn maze that takes 30 minutes to complete. The maze was designed and cut by the family themselves.
Adults who seek a terrifying haunted house experience will love the Haunted Corn Trail at F&W Schmitt’s Family Farm. Long Island’s scariest corn maze will have you running for your life through seven acres of stalks, pursued by haunted characters.
Great for kids, Hank’s corn maze features two easy 15-minute mazes for families with young kids and an interactive hour-long maze treasure hunt for older families. The park also offers pumpkin picking, hayrides, and a 50-foot slide.
The Schuyler family has been hosting corn mazes on their farm for over a decade, featuring fun themes, night mazes, and a haunted version. Upstate New Yorkers should not miss this one.
Anyone in the Adirondacks should check out Fort Ticonderoga’s Heroic Maze. The 18th century Revolutionary War fort boasts a six-acre maze on its grounds.
This upstate New York corn maze claims to be the oldest in New York and the second-oldest continuously operating one in the world. The five-acre maze takes an hour and a half to finish, and the farm sometimes offers access at night.
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