Massachusetts Corn Mazes
Schartner Farms | Bolton
Although we are not a commercial operation, we strive on being a true family operation and devoting our time to making your visit a pleasant one. We invite everyone to enjoy the farm as we have for several generations. Bring a picnic and enjoy a day at our farm in one of our orchards or hayfields. There is also access to the Bolton Loop Trail which is a hiking trail that runs through our property
Connors Farm | Danvers
Corn Maze with farm fun activities for the kids such as; jumping pillow, corn box, hayrides, bouncy house, sand box, spider web, corn cannons, duck races, and much more. Apple & Pumpkin picking. Large farm market with bakery & BQ pit.
Sauchuk Farm | Plympton
Corn maze, hayrides, pick your own pumpkings, cow train, corn cannons, duck races, jumping pillow, games, food, kettle corn, facepainting.
West End Creamery | Whitinville
Enjoy a cone of delicious ice cream or try a round of golf on our beautiful 18 hole miniature golf course. Jump in with both feet on the Barnyard Jump or get lost this fall in our 6 acre a-maize-ing corn maze! There’s SO much to discover at our Family Farm
Westview Farms Creamery | Monson
Westview Farms Creamery combines an amazing family atmosphere with the very best ice cream. Hayrides, pumpkin picking and the new corn maze are just a few of the exciting things to do while visiting our Massachusetts farm.
Did you know that these mazes, located in Massachusetts, are part of a larger MAiZE family that has more than 260 corn mazes located around the globe? Our MAiZE craze began back in 1996, bringing agritainment to millions around the world.
On this page you'll see a full list of agritourism/agritainment farms who are part of the MAiZE family and offer Massachusetts corn mazes, Massachusetts pumpkin patches, Massachusetts haunted houses and more. Massachusetts is a great place for halloween and other fall activities.
Ranked 8th in most forested state and 62% of MA is forested
The average farm operator has been on the same farm for 21 years and is 56.3 years old
More than 80% of Massachusetts 7,700 farms are family-owned operations