Find An NJ Corn Maze This Fall To Get Lost In

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Getting lost in an NJ corn maze is a fall ritual that everyone can get on board with—from themed mazes with challenges at every turn to kid-friendly ones that don’t require adult supervision, there’s an NJ corn maze that will entertain you and your kids. Figuring out how to get out of the maze is where the real fun happens (and it’s a great way to work on those problem-solving skills). Even better, a corn maze is often on farms that have a ton of other seasonal activities, so you can make it a whole day of fall fun hopping on a hayride, picking pumpkins, and even shooting off a corn cannon. Scroll down to find the best NJ corn maze for your family and get ready for an a-maze-ing day.

Featured Image taken at Happy Day Farm

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Looking for the best NJ Corn Mazes? Explore these 15 below

Northern NJ Corn Mazes

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Have fun at Ort Farms’ corn maze, and you’ll be contributing to a good cause (Long Valley Food Pantry) at the same time. Photo Credit: @ortfarms

Ort Farms
Now until October 31
Wander through this family-friendly corn maze and feel good doing it—the Long Valley Food Pantry is the beneficiary of this year’s maze. There’s also a small hay bale maze for littles that’s easy for them to tackle on their own. 
25 Bartley Road
Long Valley, NJ 07853
(908) 876-3351
Cost: $8 per person (includes hayride and access to pick your own fields. Hayrides are weekends only through September 27). Children ages 2 and under are free.

Wightman Farms
Now until October 31
Welcome to Mazeland, where you will get to experience a giant corn maze, along with hay bale, rope, and paver mazes, a rock labyrinth, and more. Admission includes scenic hayrides and entry to the apple picking orchard (the cost of apples is extra).
1111 Mt. Kemble Avenue
Morristown, NJ 07960
(973) 425-9819
Cost: $25 per person. Children 3 and under are free.

Donaldson Farms
Now until October 31
Try out this corn maze in NJ and help support a good cause—$1 from every ticket sold goes Sarah’s Fight for Hope, an organization fighting childhood cancer. Expect to get through this maze in about an hour, although there are accessible exits that you can take if your kids (or you) give up.
358 Allen Rd
Hackettstown, NJ 07840
(908) 852-9122, ext. 1
Cost: $9 per person, children 4 years and under are free.

Stony Hill Farms
Now until November 7
This giant NJ corn maze has cool features—like photo-worthy bridges connecting winding paths and misleading lanes. You can also play games stationed throughout the maze that can help your family find the exit faster. And if you think you’re lost, don’t panic! Before you enter, you’ll get the phone number of a Maze Master who can help guide you. Keep in mind that it could take you a few hours to finish this maze, which is just part of the fun. On select Saturdays in October, the maze stays open until 8PM, and you can bring a flashlight for an evening adventure.
15 North Road
Chester, NJ 07930
(908) 879-2908
$17.99 (plus tax) for general admission and mazes (parking included). Save $3 by purchasing online. Children 2 years and under are free.

Central NJ Corn Mazes

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Von Thun Farms has two locations in South Brunswick and Washington, both packed with kid-friendly attractions. Photo Credit: @vonthunfarms

Von Thun’s (South Brunswick)/VonThun (Washington)
September 18-October 31
There’s a giant corn maze at the South Brunswick farm with interactive activities that will help you find your way out and a bunch of kid-friendly farm attractions, like pumpkin bowling and big pumpkin tic tac toe, for when you’re done. On the last two weekends in October, explore the maze in the dark with flashlights, with a hayride and campfire to make s’mores. The Washington location has a corn maze, too, as well as popular corn cannon. Both mazes have a theme of Spookley the Square Pumpkin, a story that promotes kindness, acceptance, and inclusivity.
South Brunswick:
519 Ridge Road
Monmouth Junction, NJ 08852
(732) 329-8656
Cost: $15.99 per person for general admission; children 2 and under are free. 
Washington:
438 N.J. Highway 57
Washington, NJ 07882
(908) 689-3761
Cost: $14.99 per person for general admission; children 2 and under are free.

Happy Day Farm
Now until October 31
At this popular farm, the 10-acre corn maze has two paths—a shorter one that littles can do in less than 30 minutes and a more challenging, hour-long one for those looking to test their maze skills. And if you can’t figure it out, then you’ll have a maze master on demand—just text the correct answers to a few questions, and you’ll receive hints to find the exit as your reward. Challenge the family with Maize-O-Poly and search for each square on your game board as you navigate through the corn maze.
106 Iron Ore Road
Manalapan, New Jersey 07726
Cost: $20 per person. Tickets are sold online only.

Etsch Farms
Now until October 31, Saturday and Sunday
This eight-acre maze has a kid-friendly crossword puzzle game embedded within it for an extra challenge. If you’ve got toddlers, check out the smaller and easier maze they can run through.
556 Buckelew Avenue
Monroe Township, NJ 08831
(732) 794-6785
Cost: $15 per person; children 2 and under are free.

Bullock Farms
Now until October 31, Friday to Sunday 
With many trails, this NJ corn maze is a five-acre challenge (it’s on a hillside, so watch out for steep parts). There’s also a platform that your family can climb to see the whole 100-acre farm, complete with breathtaking views. And for your littles, there are two smaller mazes that they can explore.
83 Emleys Hill Road
Cream Ridge, NJ 08514
(609) 758-8726
Cost: $4 per person.

Johnson’s Corner Farm
Now until October 31, Saturday and Sunday 
This corn maze in NJ offers fun, kid-friendly activities, like finding Farmer Johnson’s tractors, along with a maze bridge that’s the perfect spot to snap a few pics of your family. Just make sure you purchase your tickets online and ahead of time.
133 Church Rd
Medford, NJ 08055
(609) 654-8643
Cost: $13 per person. This includes the fall harvest ticket price, plus the $6.50 upgrade for the corn maze (fees and taxes not included). Children under 1 are free.

Emery’s Berry Farm
September 25-October 31, weekends 
The main seven-acre corn maze features a mystery game called Who Dun-It Clue Game! Your kiddos can walk down the Who Dun-It Path and look for clues. Littles (along with their parents) will have fun in the smaller, two-acre “Treasure Hunt Corn Maze.”
346 Long Swamp Road
New Egypt, NJ 08533
(609) 758-8514
Cost: $4 per person 

Southern NJ Corn Mazes

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Many NJ corn mazes include special games, riddles, and hidden clues to make it an exciting adventure. Photo taken at Happy Day Farm.

Howell Living History Farm
Opens October 2 on weekends
This four-acre corn maze has 2 miles worth of trails (and music playing throughout), and it includes a Victory Bridge and Maze Master Tower, which are great for taking photos of the kids. There are also maze games with hidden clues to find, time clocks, and group flags. Online tickets may be ordered beginning September 22.
70 Woodens Lane
Hopewell Township, NJ 08530
(609) 737-3299
Cost: $10 for ages 10 and older and $8 for ages 5 to 9. Children 4 and under are free. 

Argos Farm
Opens September 19
This NJ corn maze is on the smaller side (2 acres), but there are various other kid-friendly attractions on this farm, including wagon rides, hay slides, a zip line, and a big chair to snap a photo for the ‘gram. New this year is the Gauntlet obstacle course.
1250 Lacey Road
Forked River, NJ 08731 
(609) 693-3513
Cost: $12 per person (tax included) weekdays, $15 per person (tax included) on weekends. Children under 2 are free.

McCann’s Farm
October 2-30
Flashlight tag in the corn maze – Saturday nights
This corn maze in NJ includes a wagon ride to the maze and a pumpkin. There’s also Saturday night flashlight tag in the maze, with a cozy bonfire afterward. 
1065 Aura Road
Monroeville, NJ 08343
(856) 881-7775
Cost: $12 for a wagon ride to the corn maze and pumpkin patch (includes pumpkin), $5 for a wagon ride to the corn maze (no pumpkin).
Flashlight tag – $7 per person (wagon to the corn maze leaves promptly at 7PM and 8PM).

Sahl’s Father Son Farm
September 25-October 30
Take on this Farm Scene Investigation to discover what happened to Farmer Joe by looking for clues throughout this NJ corn maze. Earn your FSI badge after a successful mission. There are also silly riddles, called “conundrums,” to solve along the way. 
420 West Pestalozzi Street
Galloway Township, NJ 08215
(609) 965-9300
Cost: $11.95 per person. Children 2 and under are free. children under 5

V & V Adventure Farm
Now until October 31
This 10-acre corn maze, with a Halloween Haunted House theme, is festive and fun for the whole family. To make it more challenging, head to the maze at night (just remember to BYO a flashlight) and enjoy some yummy s’mores when you’re done. 
1339 Old Indian Mills Road
Shamong, NJ 08088
(609) 801-2495
Cost: $12 per person. Children under 1 are free. Cash only (ATM on-premises).
Flashlight corn maze on October 15 and 16 (7PM-10PM) – $10 per person.

Which NJ corn maze are you planning to visit?

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About Author

Caroline is a writer from central Jersey who loves checking out new boardwalks and beach towns (current faves include Long Branch and Ocean Grove), admiring the foliage and walking around downtown Princeton, and singing along to music—often with her younger sister. One of her favorite jobs was being a camp counselor and helping out at local, family-friendly events. She can regularly be found ordering a pie to go from Romeo's in Plainsboro, her favorite pizzeria.

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