Best Places for a Connecticut Corn Maze – are you looking for a corn maze to get lost in? Corn mazes make a fantastic family day out. Have a look at our list of a-maze-ing corn mazes in CT.
473 Shetucket Turnpike, Griswold, CT 06351
Buttonwood Farm “began as a dairy farm in 1975, using an old sawmill to mill lumber from timber grown on our land. Since that time, the farm has been used to produce feed for cattle and milk for the wholesale market, as well as merchandising cattle.
As our family has grown, the farm has become more diverse. A new sawmill has replaced the old one, we began growing hay and silage for sale, and began raising and marketing dairy and beef cattle.
October 1997 marked a new chapter in our farm history. We felled trees for logs, milled logs for lumber, and less than a year later, the new Buttonwood Farm Ice Cream stand was built.
With our history of making things from scratch, it seemed only natural that our ice cream would follow suit. We researched old recipes, purchased equipment, and began with only premium ingredients. Through practice, we have learned to make the best ice cream available anywhere.”
Family Fall Fun –
Get lost on over 7 acres in our corn maze! Take a hayride, visit with farm animals, or pick a pumpkin from our pumpkin patch.
Adventure awaits with these great attractions:
Straw Bale Mountain
Look out from inside the maze from the maze bridge!
Ellsworth Hill Orchard and Berry Farm
461 Cornwall Bridge Rd, Sharon, CT 06069
There is so much to see, do and try at Ellsworth Hill Orchard that a day spent there will delight the whole family.
“Pick Your Own Fruits & Berries
We call our land Mother Nature’s Candy Store for all the wonderful crops that she produces. We are dedicated in growing the highest quality fruits and vegetables from a tree or bush to your table. All crops and their productivity rely on Mother Nature’s weather so day and hours of picking are subject to change!”
Ellsworth Hill Orchard have a corn maze from Labor Day through to November.’
Fort Hill Farms
260 Quaddick Rd, Thompson, CT 06277
Fort Hill Farms has been “active through three generations in over 70 years. We thrive on sustainability and educating people about local farming. With over 200 milking cows, our family is very proud that the milk and cream are used in the production of Cabot Cheese and The Farmer’s Cow milk and ice cream.
In the mid 1990’s, Fort Hill Farms Gardens and Ice Creamery was established and opened to the public. With the beauty of nature and sense of tranquility, visitors can relax and absorb themselves in the peace and tranquility the colorful gardens exude. View all the breath-taking views.
We have a seven-acre corn maze. Come walk through our educational corn maze.. We pride ourselves on having a challenging maze – but not frustrating!
For a shorter experience, buzz through our Got Energy? maze. Enjoy the corn maze at night under the stars and moon on our FLASHLIGHT NIGHTS. Remember to dress warmly as it gets cold when the sun goes down.”
90 Foster St, South Windsor, CT 06074
The Foster Family “has farmed this land since 1790. Foster Farm was a working dairy farm until 2001. We’re proud of our farming history and now we invite you and your family to spend a day in the country. Solve the mazes, enjoy a leisurely hayride, pick a pumpkin and pet some friendly farm animals.
Two full sized corn mazes encompassing 8 acres of land and 4 miles of trails. Enjoy the outdoors as you hike through our fields, exploring the land that time forgot. Who knows what might lurk in our cornfields? It is all part of the fun in our one of a kind interactive corn mazes. Get Lost in the adventure!”
361 Old Tavern Rd, Orange, CT 06477
Treat Farm is “a small family farm rich in tradition and committed to offering the most memorable experiences and quality products available. We pride ourselves in being able to offer the freshest produce and fruit during the summer months and shorten the time from our field to your table. In the fall, we provide a rich and festive atmosphere with endless fall decorations, hayrides, and our famous corn maze. The experiences continue into the Holiday season when we provide beautiful holiday decorations as well as our cut your own Christmas trees.
A new 6.5 acre maze has been created a new an additional challenge to make even more enjoyable. In addition to our standard maze with miles of trails to get lost on, we have added a game to add to the enjoyment. Come visit in late summer and fall and experience our challenging 6.5 acre corn maze. Get lost in the stalks and try to complete the challenge within the maze.”
See our round up post of some of the best farms in North Carolina.