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The Best Corn Mazes in NJ

The whole family will love getting lost in a New Jersey corn maze.


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83 Emleys Hill Rd., Cream Ridge
609-758-8726, bullockfarms.com

This four-and-a-half acre maze was built on the side of a hill, which makes it great for views of the 100-acre farmland below. A $6 ticket to this maze also includes entry to the Bullock Barnyard, where there’s a petting zoo and games.


358 Allen Rd., Hackettstown
908-852-9122, donaldsonfarms.net

Donaldson Farms boasts a nine-acre corn maze, and this year’s theme is “Brighten Someone's Day.” It takes about 45 minutes on average to find your way out, but you always have the option to surrender.


556 Buckelew Ave., Monroe Twp.
732-794-6785, etschfarms.com

The kids will love this eight-acre corn maze, which honors 100 years of the New Jersey Farm Bureau. Venture through the maze at night with a trusty flashlight, or try to solve the crossword puzzle hidden among the stalks. 


106 Iron Ore Rd., Manalapan
732-977-3607, happydayfarmnj.com

Your curious little monkeys will be all over the theme of this year’s 10-acre corn maze: Maize-O-Poly! Search for each square on the board and become "Farmer of the Ear." And don’t worry about getting lost: Just scan any of the QR codes in the maze with your smartphone for a photo of your location. Afterwards, ride pedal carts, race rubber ducks and relax in a giant rocking chair.


451 Rte. 94, Vernon
973-764-5144, heavenhillfarm.com

The 10-acre Sussex County staple features a High Seas-themed maze adventure made from 10-foot-tall corn stalks perfect for getting lost in. Don’t miss Cornelius Quest’s Picture Find, where you win clues to find your way out.


70 Woodens Ln., Lambertville
609-737-3299, howellfarm.org

It seems appropriate that the 250-year-old Howell Farm hosts the longest-running corn maze in New Jersey. Enjoy the maze’s game board and hidden clues before catching a hayride to the pumpkin patch.


75 Blanch Ave., Closter
201-768-0017, lupardisnursery.com

Lupardi’s Nursery has a six-acre corn maze that’s sure to keep your little one exploring. Throughout the course, kids can find and collect stamps from 12 different stations. Lupardi’s also has a 30-foot tree house slide, wagon rides and more.


1638 S. Springdale Rd., Cherry Hill
856-414-8674, springdalefarms.com

Dive into a Deep Sea Adventure at this tricky Maize Quest. Bring a flashlight from home to explore the labyrinth at night on Flashlight Fridays.


15 North Rd., Chester
908-879-2908, stonyhillfarms.com

Stony Hill Farms always has a unique shape to its 10-acre corn maze, but this year’s is one you won’t see anywhere else: Age of Edison. Throughout the maze you’ll learn fun facts about Thomas Edison, like his life and inventions. 


519 Ridge Rd., Monmouth Junction
732-329-8656, vonthunfarms.com

Wander through more than six-acres of corn (it's typically a 35-45 minute walk). There’s clues to help guide you: text messages, a passport station and stamps. If you're feeling brave, hit the Moonlight Maze, too. You can also pick your own apples and pumpkins or go on a hayride with your family.  

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