Date Idea, Festivals & Fairs, Kid Friendly
Top 7 corn mazes within a 2-hour drive from Boston open in 2021. Most of these farms have other activities, such as apple or pumpkin picking.
Mazes are listed by distance from Downtown Boston.
Where: Framingham, MA. 25 miles from Downtown Boston
What: Admission includes access to the 4.5 acre corn maze, visit the animals, and one sugar pumpkin for each person in your group.
Where: Ipswich, MA. 30 miles from Downtown Boston
What: Marini Farm’s corn maze is not your typical walk through the stalks but educational and interactive. There are 18 stations strategically placed throughout the maze with answers to a game sheet that you will be given before entering.
Where: Plympton, MA. 35 miles from Downtown Boston
What: Sauchuk's Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch, opening on Saturday, September 18, will feature corn mazes and games, pumpkin patch, jumping pillows and pad, hay wagon rides, zip lines, cow and bee train rides, playground, barnyard ball zone, duck races, tug o' war, barnyard arcade, and more.
Where: Sterling, MA. 45 miles from Downtown Boston
What: Davis Mega Maze is designed to be the world’s best corn maze. Three miles of mind-boggling puzzle networks are carved into an 8-acre cornfield creating a larger-than-life, living sculpture of the classic I-Spy “Where’s Waldo”. The farm also features award-winning Kansas City BBQ, locally crafted beer and wine, live music, and 50+ other family fun attractions.
Where: Portsmouth, RI. 60 miles from Downtown Boston
What: Covering 8 acres, the maze this year celebrates the farmer with a number of special activities. Masks (if not vaccinated) and social distancing required.
6) Mike’s Maze
Where: Sunderland, MA. 90 miles from Downtown Boston
What: Located on a working farm at the foot of Mount Sugarloaf, visitors enjoy gorgeous views of the New England foliage. Mike's Maze 2020’s theme is IMAGINE. The maze opens for the season on Friday, September 10.
Where: East Longmeadow, MA. 90 miles from Downtown Boston
What: The Apple Place has been a family-run fruit farm since 1971. The farmstand is open from July until Thanksgiving with over 70 varieties of apples, peaches, and pears. The maze opens for the season on Saturday, September 18.