Explore a Season:

New Hampshire Corn Mazes

Beans & Greens Farm, Gilford

If you’re up for a challenge, head to Beans & Greens Farm in Gilford!  The path through their corn maze runs about 2 ½ miles and it contains lots of twists and turns, dead ends, loops, open squares and bridges too. Their team definitely designs these with difficulty in mind. It takes most visitors about 45 minutes or more to weave their way through. During the day the maze includes a scavenger hunt.  If being haunted is more your thing, stop by on a weekend night for a haunted corn maze (reservations are required at night).  The maze is open daily, 10 am – 5 pm, weather permitting. The Haunted Maze is Friday and Saturday nights starting at 8 pm.

Beech Hill Farm, Hopkinton

Head to Beech Hill Farm in Hopkinton to explore the two mazes they’ve created this season.  “Blackbeard’s Revenge” is shaped as you might have suspected, like a pirate ship! Visitors will find fun facts about pirates during Blackbeard’s time hidden throughout the corn. The other maze, “Beehive Challenge,” is all about honeybees and pollinators.  This maze is filled with facts about pollinators in New Hampshire.  Beech Hill’s corn mazes are designed by an educator so are not only fun to navigate, but you can’t help but learn a few fun facts as you work your way through.  The mazes are about 4 ½ acres in size and will each take about 45 minutes to complete.  The mazes are open daily this fall 11 am to dusk.

Coppal House Farm, Lee
It’s a celebration of the shamrock this fall at Coppal House Farm in Lee.  A massive three leaf clover is the centerpiece of this 6.5 acre maze. This is the 14th year the team has been designing corn mazes and they think this one is their toughest yet!  Trivia questions have been hidden throughout the maze, answer them correctly to help determine which direction you should go.   On average it takes people about 45 minutes to wind their way through.  Be on the lookout for special events like Flashlight Night Mazes, when you use a flashlight to find your way. The maze is open Monday – Friday, 12 pm – 5 pm, Saturday and Sunday, 10 am – 5 pm.

J & F Farms, Derry
Stop by the corn maze at J & F Farms in Derry where the theme focuses on fall fun! The team at J & F has quite a bit of experience in the field, as they’ve been growing corn mazes for 25 years.  This year’s maze is about 6 acres in size and most visitors can find their way through in about 15 minutes or so.  Be sure to carve out some time before or after trying the corn maze to visit their free petting farm with plenty of cute farm animals to see.  The maze is open weekdays 9 am – 6 pm and weekends 9 am – 5 pm.  If you’re planning a trip, make sure it’s before Halloween because after that it’s closed for the season.

Moulton Farm, Meredith
This year’s corn maze is the biggest yet at Moulton Farm in Meredith! And with good reason, the corn maze is a tribute to the town of Meredith’s 250th birthday.  The Farm’s corn maze master designer challenged himself to include elements from the town’s logo into the maze.  Don’t be fooled, the pattern will challenge you! The designer himself got lost when he forgot to take his secret map with him! The maze is open daily at 8AM and last admission in is one hour before the farm closes each day.

Sherman Farm, East Conway
“Get outside and play” is the theme that has been carved into the corn field at Sherman Farm in East Conway.   This year’s maze covers about 12 acres.  Visitors can play Farm Scene Investigation, Barnyard Bing-oh and Cornundrums as they navigate their way through the ten foot stalks.  Visitors will find there are three levels to try in the maze, one for every ability. The maze is open 10 am – 5 pm on weekends through November 4th.