Tackle one of these corn labyrinths with only a few clues – and your own husky intuition – to guide you. The fall corn maze is solvable, so they say, although it’s rumored some maze-goers went in and never came out. Mwuhahaha.
Don’t let the fear of never making it out alive deter you, (although you might want to keep your cellphone handy, just in case you need to phone emergency services to get yourself choppered out of there).
And for ideas on making the corn maze even more thrilling: Headed into a corn maze? 3 ways to ramp up the adventure (plus some survival tips)
100 Union Falls Road, Dayton
207-929-4088 | www.pumpkinvalleyfarm.com
Open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday through Oct. 31, 2015. Also open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Oct. 12 (Columbus Day).
A six-acre labyrinth of twists, turns and dead ends carved through stalks over your head! Most maze-goers spend on average an hour trying to maneuver their way out of the mind-boggling puzzle. No worries though, the maze is designed in two phases for an early exit halfway. $9 per person (2 and under free) includes everything on the farm, including hayride. $7 per person (2 and under free) on Fridays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
295 Buckfield Road (Route 117), Turner
207-225-3455 | www.rickerhill.com
Open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.
Take advantage of the corn maze, hay maze, full bakery and farm market store. You can also pick your own pumpkins and apples and take a self-guided tour through the cranberry bog.
185 Newport Road (Route 117), Corinna
207-278-3708 | personalpages.tdstelme.net/~trfarm/maze.html
Open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday through Oct. 31, 2015. Last entrance is one hour before closing. Open Thursday and Fridays for group reservations. Also open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Columbus Day and a trick or treat at the maze from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Halloween. Open Thursday and Fridays for group reservations.
This year the corn maze is giving a shout out to local animal shelters with a maze design that includes a dog and cat. Other activities at the farm include a jumping pillow, tricycle races, duck races, cow train, bale maze, corn box, hayrides and more. $8 admission (3 and under free) includes maze, hayride, jumping pillow and more.
3876 Union St, Levant
207-884-8354 | treworgyorchards.com
The maze theme at Treworgy this year is “Edwin the Elephant’s Exciting Escapade.” You and the kids will have quite the escapade in the maze as you follow clues and find your way out. (This maze is super kid friendly, which is another way to say not very challenging for adults. That said, FREE ICE CREAM to all maze-goers!) $8 adults, $7children. There’s also a night maze on Oct. 24. Also at Treworgy: apple picking, pumpkin picking, petting zoo, hayrides, orchard cafe and more.
7 Colby Turner Road, York
207-475-7857 | www.zachscornmaze.com/maze.htm
Open 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday, Saturday & Sunday through Oct. 31, 2015. Also open on Columbus Day.
A 20-minute hayride delivers you to the the corn maze, which is embedded in 17 acres of corn fields. Beginning Oct. 11, flashlight tag nights inside the maze from 7 to 10 p.m. Maze costs $9 (under 3 free). There’s also tractor-pulled pumpkin picking hayrides and PYO pumpkins and a farm stand.