A family trip through the corn maze is one of the most traditional fall activities out there. Even if you get lost and have to ask the corn cops to get you out, there's something fun about getting stuck in giant rows of corn for an hour.

Here are the four giant corn mazes for you and the gang to visit before the season's over:


Sauchuk's Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch, 200 Center Street, Plympton, MA. In honor of Sesame Street's 50th Anniversary, Sauchuk's designed this year's maze to include some of your child's favorite friends. Check them out for hours of operation and to see what other fun things can do like playing on the jumping pillows, firing corn cannons and pumpkin blasters, and more.

PC: Sauchuk's Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch

Escobar's Farm, 2072 E. Main Road, Portsmouth, RI. Celebrate Escobar's 20th season and take a trip through their military-inspired corn maze. Check their site for hours of operations, as they are dependant on sunset times.

PC: Escobar's Farmhouse Inn

Flint Farm, 789 East Street, Mansfield, MA. This family farm will get your little ones tired out with their maze and then fill their tummies with on-site ice cream stand. Follow them on Facebook to see their 2019 design revealed and find their hours of operation.


C&C Reading Farm, 175 East Center Street, West Bridgewater, MA. There are two different mazes at C&C Reading Farm. This year's large maze is "Mad Scientist" themed. But if you need a simpler maze for your littles, their storybook trail maze is just one path that no one will get lost in, featuring Spookley the Square Pumpkin.

CC Reading's maze rendering