Corn Maze

Closed for the season.
Come back in Summer 2024!

2023 “The Freedom Trail” Corn Maze

Learn about the original Freedom Trail in the corn maze this year. Major Robert Thompson, the man for whom the town of Thompson is named after, owned the old meeting house on the Freedom Trail – before it was called the Freedom Trail. He was the 5th non-indigenous person to walk into Boston. And he did not come on the Mayflower. He came on his brother’s ship (name of the ship can be found in the corn maze). Major Robert Thompson was a commissioner of the Royal Navy. Without being a lord, he had King James I wrapped around his little finger. Come walk the corn maze for the rest of the story and to find out what is the importance of the EAGLE!

We pride ourselves on having a challenging maze – but not frustrating!  For a leisurely stroll, saunter through our Calf Labyrinth.

Enjoy the corn maze at night under the stars and moon on our FLASHLIGHT NIGHTS.  Remember to dress warmly as it gets cold when the sun goes down.  Call for appointment if you wish to come past closing times on the weekdays.

If you want to get lost, come to the maze.

If you want to be found, come to the labyrinth.

For questions, call or text 860-234-1153.
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No pets, alcohol or water bottles, please!  Bring your ticket with you.

Hours and Rules

Last ticket sold
before closing
  • Weather permitting
  • NO pets, alcohol, or disposable bottles allowed

Eagle Maze

  • Recommended for ages 8 and over
  • 90 minutes to complete
  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult
  • $15 per person (all ages)

Flashlight Night

  • From sunset to closing
  • Bring a flashlight
  • Dress warmly
  • Ages 8 and over
  • $16 per person (all ages)

Calf Labyrinth

  • 30 minutes to complete
  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult
  • $10 per person (all ages)