Best Places for a Corn Maze in Long Island – are you looking for a corn maze to get lost in? Corn mazes make a fantastic fall family day out.
Have a look at our list of a-maze-ing corn mazes in Long Island.
5698 Sound Ave, Riverhead, NY 11901
The star attraction at the 78 acre Harbes Orchard is the “breathtakingly beautiful apple orchard, ideal for family-friendly picking. Featuring 27 different varieties, the orchard uses an innovative trellis system to grow apples that are within reach of even the smallest of hands. We also offer an assortment of fun activities and delicious fall treats.
ROBIN HOOD CORN MAZE
ORCHARD PUMPKIN PATCH
6361 NY-25A, Wading River, NY 11792
The May family has been farming on Long Island since the late 1800’s. They have U-Pick Sweetpeas and Pumpkins, but all other fruit is on the farmstand.
“Originally the farm was located in Melville. In the early 1980’s the operation was moved to its current location at 6361 RT. 25A, Wading River, Long Island, NY. We grow a large selection of annuals and perennials in our greenhouses, which are available at our farm stand. We also sell wholesale to local garden centers and have many years of experience supplying plants to local schools and organizations for fundraising plant sales.
In our fields, we grow many varieties of fresh fruits and vegetables, including sweet corn, tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, melons, cucumbers, squash, string beans, pumpkins and much more. We sell these at our farm stand 7 days a week. In June we open our fields for sweet pea picking. In October, we feature Pumpkin Picking, along with a corn maze, hayrides, pony rides and much more.
We also have many delicious varieties of May’s Farm Jams and Jellies, and you’ll love our fresh hot roasted sweet corn!”
Queens County Farm Museum
73-50 Little Neck Pkwy, Queens, NY 11004
Queens County Farm Museum is “one of the longest continually farmed sites in New York State. The farm’s 47-acre historic site has produced food and fed New Yorkers for over three centuries. Queens Farm grows a variety of nutritionally dense and culturally relevant produce using sustainable and best farming practices. The farm’s Agriculture Department and its growing practices teach New Yorkers about where their food comes from and illustrates the broader food system, beginning with the seed and ending with the consumer.
Find your way through New York City’s only corn maze!
The adventure begins with a Stalk Talk to prepare you for the challenge of finding clues, solving puzzles, and making your way to Victory Bridge where the full vista of this 3-acre living labyrinth is revealed. The Amazing Maize Maze is must-see NYC.
Only tickets only. Advance online tickets required.”
Waterdrinker Family Farm & Garden
663 Wading River Rd, Manorville, NY 11949
At Waterdrinker Family Farm “Our goal is to provide you with the highest quality plants to ensure your gardening success. Whether your garden is classic, modern, or eclectic, you’re bound to find the right choice from our constantly changing inventory of plants from our greenhouses.
It’s all about family at the farm! Acres and Acres of Family Fun!
Sunflower Fields, Barnyard Animals, Mini Golf, Tractor Pedal Cars, Obstacle Course, Wooden Playland, Family Photo Spots & more!
HAY RIDES (Saturday & Sundays from 11am-4pm)
WATERDRINKER EXPRESS (Sat-Sun from 11am-4pm)
JUMBO JUMP PAD
TRACTOR PEDAL CARS
812 Sound Ave, Calverton, NY 11933
Lewin Farms is a family farm now in the fourth generation. “We were the first pick your own farm on Long Island and are continuing that long tradition with a wide variety of u-pick fields throughout the spring summer and fall. We also continue into the winter with our cut your own Christmas trees at our baiting hollow nursery. Over the years our crop offerings have become more and more numerous and diversified to cater to the wants of our customers. We hope you and your family plan a trip out to visit our families farm in the near future.
Strawberries : Late May-June
Raspberries: Late June through early September
Blueberries : Late June – mid-August
Blackberries : Late July – Late August
Peaches : Mid July – Mid September
Apples : Late Aug/September – Into November
Pumpkins/Gourds : mid/late September – Late October
- Christmas Trees. Cut your own