New Hampshire Corn Mazes

Beans & Greens Farm, Gilford

It’s considered one of the state’s most difficult corn mazes, and this year is no different. The team at Beans and Greens Farm in Gilford has carved up another challenging corn maze for visitors to try to conquer this fall.  The multi-acre maze is full of twists and turns, dead ends, loops, open squares and even bridges. On average it takes about 45 minutes or so to navigate through the giant stalks. The maze is open daily from the middle of September right through Halloween, weather permitting. If you’re up for a night time adventure, head to the field on Friday and Saturday nights during the fall season for a spooky twist on this seasonal tradition. (Reservations required at night).

Beech Hill Farm, Hopkinton

Beech Hill Farm in Hopkinton is welcoming visitors this fall to explore the two mazes they’ve carved out of their corn fields. The theme of this year’s mazes are “Birds of Prey” and “A Very British Corn Maze.” There is a brochure for each maze with questions to answer. The answers are conveniently hidden in the mazes. Solve the questions and help find your way out! Each maze is about four acres in size and typically takes about 45 minutes to complete.  The mazes are open daily from 11:00 AM to dusk.

Coppal House Farm, Lee
It’s the year of the River Otter at Coppal House Farm in Lee.  This mammal is the centerpiece of this fall’s corn maze.  This is the 16th year the team has been carving out fun in their fields of corn.  Trivia questions are 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.

Moulton Farm, Meredith
The 19th annual corn maze at Moulton Farm in Meredith is creating quite a buzz around the Lakes Region this fall, because this year’s theme celebrates the iconic MS Mt Washington!  The Mount is a familiar site on the Big Lake, having cruised the waters there for decades. Now the likeness of the Motor Ship has been carved out of a four acre corn field.  If you’re up for a challenge be sure to stop by this season. The maze is open everyday, starting September 20 through October 31.  The maze opens when the farm opens at 8AM and the last admission is at 4:30 one hour before the farm closes.

Sherman Farm, East Conway
Explore an intricate labyrinth of corn this fall at Sharman Farm in East Conway! This year the farm partnered with the New England Hemophilia Association, in an effort to raise awareness about blood disorders. The maze, which involves many twists and turns, covers about 12 acres. Similar to years past, inside the maze, visitors can play Farm Scene Investigation, Barnyard Bing-oh and Cornundrums as they navigate their way through the ten foot stalks. The maze is open 10 am – 5 pm on weekends from September 21 through October 27th.