At Foster Family Farm, your family will find a variety of fall, family fun! Two large corn mazes, which cover over 8 acres of land; each with roughly 2 miles of trails! And don’t miss the hayrides, pumpkin picking, farm animals, kid play areas, and much more outdoor play.  Learn more about their UConn themed-mazes this year and their Flashlight Evening Mazes on Friday and Saturday nights!

If you’ve never been to a corn maze, you don’t know how much fun they are! offers some good input:

Daytime maze are perfect for families and small children, and cold days!

The corn is a variety that grows 8 or 9 feet tall in good weather and creates a thick , impenetrable maze.  The farmer uses a tractor equipped with GPS to cut a pattern of paths into the field.  The pattern is usually only visible from the air, but on the ground it is a great maze.  They can take anywhere from 20 minutes to an hour to find your way out.  Help is usually available, if needed, and there are often signs with puzzles to solve or clues to help.

A Nighttime maze is the same as a daytime maze… but at night with flashlights!  A scary but fun experience.  Very popular with teenagers!

Because a maze is carved into a corn field, some of the paths may be a bit bumpy or uneven (even though we do our best to pack them down). You’ll also be walking a distance (even on the Easy Challenge), so practical footwear will go a long way in making your journey more comfortable.

Find other corn mazes in Connecticut:

Nathan Hale Homestead in Coventry  **last weekend Friday, the 13th — it’s haunted — through Sunday, 10/14!

Scantic Valley Farm in Somers

Brown’s Harvest in Windsor

Lyman Orchards in Middlefield

Buttonwood Farm in Griswold

Ellsworth Farm in Sharon

Plasko’s Farm in Trumbull

Hayes Corn Maze in North Granby

If we missed one, please let us know with a comment!


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