Hudson Valley Corn Mazes



Local farms offer corn mazes, hayrides and more family fun this October

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There is something truly exhilarating for kids (and adults too) for getting lost in a field of corn and finding your way out. Some local corn mazes offer a quick run through while others add cool features like scavenger hunts, smart phone interactions or haunted attractions for the tweens. Check the list below to find a corn maze for your family to enjoy this fall. 


Due to the pandemic not all activities are open. Please call to confirm that the corn maze is up and activities and running before you go!

 

Barton Orchard: More than just picking apples, pumpkins, and veggies, Barton Orchard provides fun for the whole family. Visitors can see the animals in the petting zoo and play games at the midway. The corn maze, seasonal haunted house, hayrides, and fun park are only open on festival weekends. Pick up delicious homemade goodies at the Apple Core market. 63 Apple Tree Ln., Poughquag. 845-227-2306.


Cunningham Family Farms: Sullivan County’s largest corn maze at approximately 4 acres – we take pride in presenting a real challenge. We won’t make it easy, but have fun like a kid again (or just like a kid if you still are one) and get lost for a while in the fresh air with some family fun. enjoy a hay ride, a play area and hay bale maze for the kids. Get cornstalks, Indian corn, pumpkins, gourds, and more at their Harvest Market. 233 Hurd and Parks Rd., Swan Lake. 845-583-4083.

 

DuBois Farms: DuBois hosts a series of special events every weekend in September and October with live music. Pick your own pumpkins and apples open daily. Corn maze, wagon rides, petting zoo, tiny town, and bakery are among the attractions. 209 Perkinsville Rd., Highland. 845-795-4037. 

 

Headless Horseman: Not quite a traditional family corn maze, but if you have older kids you might be up for a fright! The Dark Harvest Corn Maze is sure to haunt and scare and is not recommended for young children. Legend is once someone steps foot past the first row of corn they are never seen or heard from again... enter if you dare. 778 Broadway Rte. 9W, Ulster Park. 845-339-2666.

 

Hurds Family Farm: In addition to pick your own apples, pumpkins and more, Hurds offers families a large variety of 'agritainment' including corn mazes, air pillow, Duck Derby, slides, farm animals, play area, gem mining, and more. 2187 State Rte. 32, Modena. 845-883-7825.


Kelder's Farm: 8 acres of field corn is cut into 2 winding mazes of twists and turns. Open September and October. Maze and all other activities included in general admission fee. 5755 Rt. 209, Kerhonkson. 845-626-7137.

 

Kesicke Farm: Fall is a special time at Kesicke Farm to enjoy the season and special family time. Here you can participate on the weekend in a corn maze, wagon rides, farm animals, u-pick pumpkins and more. 229 Middle Rd. Rhinebeck. 845-590-9642.


Minard's Family Farm: Fun, family agritainment with a 2.5 acre corn maze. The fun goes on with bouncy pillow, sand pit, chalk bus, petting zoo, spider web, pony hop, barnyard football and baseball, tug of war, tic-tac-toe, apple checkers, pumpkin bowling, tire mountain, peddle carts, and corn hole. 10am-6pm. 250 Hurds Rd., Clintondale. 845-325-0222.


Pierson's Farm: Corn mazes every day! Enjoy our animal barn, kids' gem mining, tube glider swings, spider web, rubber duck races, chalk shed, trike track, and more. Treat your family to hot chocolate, hot cider and baked goods. Labor Day weekend through first week of November. 1448 Route 11 West Middletown. 845-386-1882.


Saunderskill Farms: Pick your own fruits and variables from April through October. Weekends through October pick your own pumpkin and free corn maze. They also offer a selection of over 4,000 mums. 5100 Rte. 209, Accord. 845-626-2672.


Wallkill View Farm: Open year round. Visit in the fall for pumpkin-picking, free hayrides, corn maze and other activities for the kids. Open daily, 9 a.m.-6:30 p.m. 15 Rte. 299 W., New Paltz. 845-255-8050. 


Weed Orchards: Open every day for apple and pumpkin picking 10am-5pm. The orchard features a petting zoo, corn maze, winery and cafe. 43 Mt. Zion Rd., Marlboro. 845-236-7848. 

 

Wright Family Farm: During the fall you can pick pumpkins, get lost in a corn maze, have fun on the pedal carts, cow train ride, tube slide, hamster wheel, pumpkin bowling and more!  Open daily 10am-6pm. September 5 to October 31. 339 Kings Highway, Warwick. 845-986-1345.


Updated August 27, 2021



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