If you have never been inside a corn maze, imagine entering a twisting, winding dirt-paved series of paths cutting through a giant field of corn stalks. Should you go left, right, or straight ahead? Remember, only the right decision will get you out of the maze. Now, try navigating through the maze at night time amid sounds of rustling cornstalks and shadows along the path. Spooky, right? Check out our roundup of flashlight corn mazes throughout the state for some spooktacular fun. And, for more autumnal adventures, check out our Fall and Halloween guides.
Ekonk Hill Turkey Farm—Sterling
Journey through a labyrinth of twists and turns under the light of the moon (and your flashlight!) at Ekonk Hill Turkey Farm. The maze is open
on Saturday nights from 6pm to 9pm, with the last entry at 8pm.
Flashlights are required.
Foster Family Farm—South Windsor
Head to Foster Family Farm this season for a night of family fun at the annual flash light maze. This year, Foster Farm has partnered with UConn Athletics and designed a UConn-themed corn maze complete with a husky. The night time maze is open on Friday and Saturday evenings until 9:30 pm The last entry is at 9pm.
Nathan Hale Homestead—Coventry
For children ages 8 and over, Nathan Hale Homestead hosts a night time corn maze dubbed “Haunted Hale” - chock full of spooks in the dark. During this hair raising, spine tickling event, you will encounter a number of eccentric and ghoulish characters along your walk through the corn maze. Last tour leaves at 9 pm.
It’s one thing to get lost on a 5 acre corn maze at Treat Farm during day time. It’s another to brave the maze at night. For the brave adventurer, head to Treat Farm for a night of flashlight fun. Open select weekend dates through October from 6-10pm.
Wells Hollow Creamery—Shelton
When darkness falls, dare to stroll through a haunted corn maze complete with actors that offer a frightfully fun Halloween experience. The flashlight maze runs the last two weekends of October on Friday and Saturday nights from 7 to 10 pm. Be sure to stop at the creamery for a sweet treat after the maze.
Photo courtesy of Fender's Farm