No GPS to rely on amid some tall corn stalks. Finding your way out of these area farm corn mazes requires perseverance, a good memory and patience – lots of patience.
Connors Farm, 30 Valley Road, Danvers. Their “Welcome to the Jungle!” maze is open daily from Sept. 7 – Nov. 3. 978-777-1245; connorsfarm.com.
Davis Mega Maze, 145 Redstone Hill, Sterling. This eight-acre adventure maze includes zones with rock climbing walls, putt putt and lots more. Open Aug. 15 – Oct. 27, varying days. 978-422-6666; davismegamaze.com.
Kimball Farm, 780 East Broadway, Haverhill. Their “Boston Strong” themed maze opens in late August; they also offer night and haunted mazes. 866-965-5862; kimballfarmcornmaze.com.
Marini Farm, 259 Linebrook Road, Ipswich. “T-Rex on the Loose” eight-acre dinosaur themed maze is open Sept. 7 – Nov. 2, with flashlight nights on the weekends. 978-238-9386; marinicornmaze.com.
Honey Pot Hill Orchards, 138 Sudbury Road, Stow. Open daily from 9am – 6pm. Check out this unique hedge maze, an exact replica of the famous Hampton Court Maze in England. 978-562-5666; honeypothill.com.
A corn maze is also available at Crescent Farms, 140 Willow Ave., Haverhill, 978-374-4424, crescentfarm.com; and a hay pyramid and corn maze will open later this month at Ward’s Berry Farm, 614 South Main St., Sharon, 781-784-3600, wardsberryfarm.com.
Visit pumpkinpatchesandmore.org for additional corn maze listings.