Fall in New England means visits to pumpkin patches, going apple picking, and searching for the best apple cider donuts. And whether you are looking for a scare or just a fun afternoon, corn mazes are the original escape rooms! If visiting a corn maze isn’t on your fall bucket list, it should be. Start off with these best corn mazes in Rhode Island.
Navigating your way through a corn maze is the perfect family fall activity that everyone can enjoy! Whether you test your skills in a maze during the day or get your scare on in a moonlight maze, there are plenty of corn mazes in RI to choose from.
If you are looking for more fall fun ideas, try some of our things to do in Rhode Island in the fall. You can also try our suggestions for great hikes in Rhode Island or take one of these scenic drives.
Looking for spooky corn mazes, here are 13 of the best haunted corn mazes in the USA.
Best Rhode Island Corn Mazes
1. Clark Farms
2984 Commodore Perry Highway Wakefield, RI 02879 (401) 783-8844
Yankee Magazine named Clark Farms one of the best corn mazes in New England. Not only do you get to test your stealth skills in their corn maze, but there are also a plethora of other activities that come with your entrance ticket!
In addition to the maze, kids of all ages can have fun with the corn cannons, visit the petting zoo, squeal down the 30-foot mountain slide, or challenge friends to a race on the pedal-powered go-karts. And after you successfully escape the corn maze, you can enjoy a perfect New England hay ride.
At night you can enjoy the corn maze by flashlight and the autumn moon. Every Saturday in October, there are also campfires with FREE s’mores until 9 pm (weather permitting.) The Clark Farms corn maze is open from mid-September through October 30th. Tickets are available online to skip the line if you buy on-site. Ticket prices include: Tickets include access to Corn Maze, Hayride, Giant Mountain Slide, Corn Cannon, PedalPowered Go-Karts, Western Town and Shooting Gallery, Zipline, Petting Zoo, Corn Pit, Hop Dots, Straw Maze, and more.
2. Confreda Farms Corn Maize
2150 Scituate Ave Hope, RI 02831 (401) 827-5000
A family favorite every weekend throughout October, Confreda Farms has all you need for a fun day out including a corn maze (or as they say the Corn Maize). A free hayride will take you to the entrance of the corn maze, where once inside there are fun interactive games to keep even the littlest of critics happy!
If you find yourself wanting to extend your day, partake in some of the rides, pumpkin picking, pet the animals, or treat yourself to an apple cider donut! The Corn Maize is open from 10 am to 5 pm (last time slot at 4 pm) starting in late September and running on weekends and Columbus Day through October 30th.
The corn maze and hayride combination ticket is $15 per person, ages 2 and under are free, and includes the Animal Barnyard, hayrides, admission to the Corn Maize, and three shots at the Tomato Cannon. Don’t forget to visit their full market for prepared foods, grocery items, fresh produce, seasonal items, and more! They really do have the best mums and salad dressings!
3. Adams Farm
495 Sumner Brown Rd, Cumberland, RI 02864
One of the few corn mazes in Northern Rhode Island, Adams Farm is home to both a kid-friendly corn maze and hay maze, as well as a five-acre Mega Corn Maze that is open on weekends only (tickets are available only.)
In recent years, Adams Farm has expanded its fall offerings to include the largest pumpkin patch in Rhode Island, a farm animal petting area, cornhole games, a tire playground, and even a hay mountain. The Farm also offers hayrides and apple cider donuts on the weekend. Otherwise, you can find picnic tables and a farmstand with yummy goodies.
4. Morris Farms
2779 Warwick Avenue Warwick, RI 02889 (401) 738-1036
Morris Farms is located in Warwick, RI, just one mile from the sandy beaches of the Ocean State. This hidden gem is deceiving. What looks like a small farm stand selling only mums and pumpkins, actually boasts much more. They sell vegetables, herbs, and flowers all grown on the premises.
Morris Farms also has a corn maze behind its main store. Purchase tickets at the store and hop on the hayride or walk down the path to the entrance of the maze. Once inside the maze, follow the map to retrieve four unique stamps to be entered into a drawing for their coveted “Big Pumpkin” that is on display in the store. Hours for the maze are Mondays-Saturdays 9 am -6 pm and Sundays 9 am-4 pm.
5. Salisbury Farm
11 Peck Hill Road, Johnston RI 02919 (401) 942-9741
In 1998, the first corn field maze in New England was designed and constructed right at Salisbury Farm and it is now its biggest attraction. Salisbury Farm even has a practice corn maze for you to try first, which is a great way to introduce the concept to your littlest family members.
Each year the maze is designed with a different theme and many visitors have a hard time finding their way out. The maze is open weekdays from 10 am-4 pm and weekends and holidays from 10 am – 5 pm. Moonlight Maze Hours are 6 pm – 9 pm and the last tickets are sold one hour before closing.
6. Wojick’s Farm
65 Milk Street, Blackstone, MA 01504
Just across the northern border from Woonsocket, Rhode Island in Blackstone, Massachusetts, Wojick’s Farm offers apple picking, a five-acre corn maze, a pumpkin patch, and a farm store with delicious treats like apple cider donuts and ice cream.
Wojick’s also offers special weekend events with music, food trucks, and more, as well as a tractor-driven wagon through the orchard. The farm is open on weekends from Labor Day thru late October
7. Scary Acres RI
2150 Scituate Ave Hope, RI 02831 (401) 823-FEAR
If you prefer a good fright, head to Confreda Farms at night for a trip through the Scary Acres with Dark Harvest Hayrides and Haunted Burial Grounds corn fields. It is one of the most popular haunts in Rhode Island.
A scary, two-for-one attraction located in the fields of Confreda Farms. Scary Acres RI is a must-do for those who love the thrill of a good scare! First, you board the haunted hayride (25-minute trail ride) and be prepared to see monsters and zombies and hear bone-chilling noises as you make your way to the entrance of the haunted corn maze.
While navigating the corn maze, there will be scenes all too frightening for the most, sounds you wish you didn’t hear and it might feel like there is no escape! Depending on how well you navigate the maze, it can take up to 35 minutes to ESCAPE, hopefully alive!
This attraction is not suitable for young children and anyone under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Open Friday-Sunday from dusk until 10 pm, weather permitting. You can purchase tickets ahead of time online or at the door.
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