Gather up the family for a fun fall adventure! Wander this way and that as you weave through the intricate designs of corn mazes in the Boston area. Getting lost is half the fun! 

Family in a corn maze

Connors Farm

30 Valley Road, Danvers :: (978) 777-1245

The theme of the 2023 maze is “The Unexplained!” Tickets may be purchased online or at the farm stand.

Davis Farm

142 Redstone Hill, Sterling :: (978) 422-8888

Davis Mega Maze will be open weekends and Columbus Day from September 30 through October 29, weather permitting. Ticket times permit entry into the entire farmpark!

Hanson’s Farm

20 Nixon Road, Framingham :: (508) 877-3058

Enter if you dare… exit if you can! The price of the hay maze also includes entry to the pumpkin patch. A haunted hayride is also available for thrill seekers!

Honey Pot Hill Orchards

138 Sudbury Road, Stow :: (978) 562-5666

The “Big Green Monster Maze,” the “Little Hedge Maze,” and the “Tunnel Maze” are open, with no reservations required. The mazes are cash only!

Marini Farm

259 Linebrook Road, Ipswich :: (978) 356-0430

Open weekends in September and Friday through Sunday in October, this maze is all about the theme “Alice in Wonderland!” If you are especially brave, attempt the maze by flashlight on Friday and Saturday nights, beginning October 6!

Sauchuk Farm

200 Center Street, Plympton :: (781) 585-1522

Enjoy two corn mazes, a corn box, apple blasters, a zipline, and much more fall family fun at Sauchuk Farm!

West End Creamery

481 Purgatory Road, Whitinsville :: (508) 234-2022

Open Friday nights and weekends from September 23 through October 29, admission to the two corn mazes at West End Creamery includes wagon rides, pedal carts, a corn crib, a ball zone, a cow train, the barnyard jump, and much more!

Looking for even more fall fun in Boston? Try apple picking or a pumpkin patch!

Deanna Greenstein
Deanna is a mom of five (yes, five) children, who lives in Brockton with her small circus of kids, her husband, their dog Penny, and a few cats. Her life is loud, energetic, mostly fun, often gross (did she mention four of those kids are boys?), and she wouldn't have it any other way. In between carting kids to school, baseball, gymnastics, guitar, dance, track and field and every other kid activity known to mankind, she works as a school bus driver for the city of Brockton, and is the Director of Religious Education at the Unity Church of North Easton, a Unitarian Universalist congregation. Deanna also holds degrees in Elementary Physical Education and Dance Education, which she plans to put back into use one day. At parties, Deanna can often be found hanging out with family pets. She follows her children around with a camera like the paparazzi, is pretty sure that 97% of her blood stream is made of coffee, and her laundry is never done. You can also find her blogging at