Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Get Lost in these Ah-maize-ing New England Corn Mazes!

Before the cold weather really hits us, take the next few weekends to explore all that fall in New England has to offer! Like apple picking, pumpkin carving, wine drinking (we guess you can do that all year long), and the time-honored tradition of navigating your way through a corn maze, to name a few. Do we even have to say it..

New England has a number of looping and confusing cornfields that will totally challenge your sense of direction. Check out our five favorites you have to try out before fall is over!

Treworgy Family Orchards

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About 60,000 ears of corn make up the four-acre “The Good Knight and the Dragon”, a mammoth maze at Treworgy Family Orchards in Levant, ME.

Foster Family Farm

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This year, the Foster Family Farm in South Windsor, CT, decided to dedicate one of its two full-size corn maze designs to first responders, carving out uncanny resemblances to a firefighter and police officer. We love the thoughtfulness behind this design!

Sauchuk's Corn Maze

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Going with a Charlie Brown theme in 2016, Sauchuk's Corn Maze in Plympton, MA, features Snoopy!

Davis Mega Maze

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David Ortiz may have taken his last swing for the Boston Red Sox, but you can still celebrate the slugger by navigating the Big Papi corn maze at Davis Mega Maze in Sterling, MA!

Mike's Maze at Warner Farm

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From a sheer design perspective, it’s hard to beat this year’s offering from Mike’s Maze at Warner Farm in Sunderland, MA, which pays homage to Yellowstone National Park and the 100th anniversary of the National Park system.

We hope you have an ah-maize-ing time at these cornfields and devour the details of the rest of the season with lots of fall fun! Let us know which is your favorite!

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