Get ready to be a-maize-d by the best of the best corn mazes in Rhode Island. Play it by ear and see if you and your friends and family can escape. Rhode Island farms really have fall activities down to a delightful science. Start a new fall family tradition, and feel satisfied at navigating through the twists and turns of maze life.
Ok I’ll stop with the corny puns. Har Har!
Rhode Island in fall has all those quintessential New England activities, apple picking, hayrides to pumpkin patches and of course corn mazes. We’ve put together our list of the top corn mazes, Rhode Island to help you start planning your autumn escape.
BE A-MAIZE-D & PLAN YOUR ESCAPE
Cucumber Hill Farm, Foster, RI
Cucumber Hill Farm, in Foster, RI is where fun autumn activities start! Delightful for all ages, from the youngest to adults. Perfect family friendly corn maze. Each year they choose a different maze theme that is challenging, but not too overwhelming for different age groups.
Try your hand (or is that EAR 😉 at exploring the corn maze at night. Flashlight maze and hayrides happen Saturday evenings for the bravest of souls. Not scary, just fun.
You can also try your hand at axe throwing, take a pony ride, or pick a pumpkin. Or for the littlest adventurers, there is a free hay bale maze.
Admission includes a free hayride:
- $12 for ages 12+
- $5 for ages 6-11
- Free for ages 5 and under
- Accept credit cards
- Open weekends
Hours: Saturdays: 10am until last Maze entry at 9pm and Sundays: 10am – 6pm
39 Cucumber Hill Road Foster, RI 401-397-7500
Escobar Farm, Portsmouth, RI
Escobar Farm in Portsmouth, RI has one of the best corn mazes around, and each year their 8 acre corn maze sports a unique design.
Get ready to stalk to your exit.
Worried about getting lost and not found? They’ll come and guide you out if you take too long.
The farm also has a pumpkin patch, hay rides, a concession and theme days. Come dressed up as your favorite Harry Potter character on Harry Potter Day, or for their Halloween Party to get a discount on admission.
Admission is Cash Only onsite, or online tickets:
- $10 for ages 12+
- $8 for ages 5-11
- 4 and under are FREE
- $5 Military
- Open Friday to Sunday
Hours: September to November: Friday, Sat & Sun 10am til dusk (6 or 7pm depending on month).
255 Middle Rd., Portsmouth, RI 401-683-1444
Salisbury Farm, Johnston, RI
Experience the place where corn mazes were born in New England; Salisbury Farm, in Johnston, RI
Add this iconic farm to your Fall Bucket List. Thousands of visitors traipse through the 5 acres of corn maze each year, and most of them make it back.
For the brave, go on their Moonlight Maze nights.
Sweet treats are available after all that walking. Caramel and chocolate apples, popcorn, and cider oh my!
Admission depends on when you go:
- Weekdays: Adults age 12 & older- $11, Children age 11 & under- $9
- Weekends and Holidays: Adults age 12 & older – $12.50, Children age 11 & under – $10
- Moonlight Maze: Adults age 12 & older – $16, Children age 11 & under – $13
- Special Evening Moonlight Maze nights
- Open weekdays, weekends and holidays
Hours: September to October Daily Hours 10am – 5pm Moonlight Maze Hours – 6 pm – 9 pm
11 Peck Hill Rd, Johnston, Rhode Island 401-942-9741
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Confreda Farms MAIZE, Hope, RI
Confreda’s Farm has it all for fall activities; rides, food, hayrides, pumpkin patch and a fall festival all rolled into one.
Of course one of the highlights is their MAIZE. 5 acres, and 2 miles of corn husk trails that twist and turn to explore. The only way to get to the maze & Pumpkin Patch is by taking a Hayride, so don your cowboy hats and plaid shirts and let’s go!
The corn maze will take about an hour. Afterwards eat some snacks, say hi to the happy farm animals and then grab a ride on the train. Their fall fest is definitely a not to miss adventure.
- Free for ages two and younger
- $12 for ages 3+
- Hayride to Pumpkin patch is $5/person, ages 2 and under free
- Tickets available onsite
Hours: End of September through October. Weekends 10:00am-5:00pm Last Hayride / Maze Entry at 4:00.
2150 Scituate Ave, Hope RI (15 minutes from Providence) 401-827-5000
Adams Farm, Cumberland, RI
Adams Farm in Cumberland, RI offers the full-on fun fall farm experience. Now say that 10 times fast.
You can visit their petting zoo, hay mountain and tire playground. They also host the largest pumpkin patch in the state. So if you are looking to find the perfect pumpkin, this is the place.
On the weekends get lost in the twists and turns of the kid-friendly hay maze or corn maze and take a hayride to remember. Since your family will have worked up an appetite, be sure to grab a delicious snack from their local farm food truck.
495 Sumner Brown Rd, Cumberland, RI (401) 714-4425
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Spring Hill Sugar House, Richmond, RI
Maple Syrup and Corn Mazes, sign me up! Spring Hill Sugar house in Richmond, RI is well known for its sticky, delicious maple syrup and small Fall festival.
Open 7 days a week in fall to pick your own pumpkins, sip fresh pressed apple cider, do a little maple syrup, tasting and then get lost in their corn maze.
Admission is by cash or cheque only.
Hours: September 17th through October 7 days a week Weekdays 12 to 5 pm and Weekends and Holidays 10am to 5pm.
522 Gardiner Road, Richmond RI 401-788-7431
HAUNTED CORN MAZE IN RHODE ISLAND
Scary Acres Haunted Corn Maze, Hope,RI
The scary season is upon us, and the ghouls and zombies have come to life. Be prepared to escape with your life from Scary Acres Haunted Corn Maze.
Take the terrifying hayride to your doom! Guided only by a glowstick you will run the gauntlet of scary creatures, unknown curves, and hidden alcoves of fear. Not for the faint of heart. Enter only if you dare.
- Not for infants, toddlers or young kids
- Buy tickets online
2150 Scituate Avenue Hope, Rhode Island 1-401-823-FEAR (3327)
Conclusion: Corn Mazes in Rhode Island
Which corn maze are you most excited to visit? There are so many wonderful farms in Rhode Island that offer fall activities, so you really can’t go wrong.
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